A Universal Relativity Theory of the Mind

by Jansenius T. Lange Jr.
December 1, 2014
Adapted for The Insitute of Spiritual Sciences, June 15, 2015.

A Universal Relativity Theory of the Mind
(The secret of the Mind)
B = WD2
Behavior = Wisdom x Decisions Squared

Based on the fact that Mind is Energies…
Mr. Albert De Booij, Founder of Speakers Academy in Rotterdam, Netherlands, and I have concluded that this additional mathematical equation is also sound, in reference to my original discovery that: W + D = B (Wisdom + Decision = Behavior). I discovered my initial relativity equation while searching for the main reason to the questions of WHY a teenager would deliberately choose to hurt another fellow human being, and WHAT caused them to want to do so, knowing well the consequences of their actions?

I am a modern philosopher. My vision and passion is in creating wisdom education to stop bullying and suicide practices among American teenagers.

I have succeeded.

Now I need the collective union of everyone, because this is a world community issue and matter. For those behaviors to change, so too must the decision-making process. Since all decisions are made by the Mind, renewing those minds is key. How? By exposing them to the Mind-, Self-, and Character- Development Wisdom Education that we create for them. This is the solution… I want to be a strong advocate for anti-bullying in this country.

Discouragement
Discouragement is the deflation of Hope-Energies.
When a young and inexperienced mind is discouraged, it means that its hope’s ‘energy pressure’ is low. If it is not immediately replenished through encouragement and support, this mind will fall into depression.
What usually causes hope-energies within a teenager to drain out is Rejection.

‘Community rehearsal’ bullying among young people is the practice of creating situations through which enough humiliation is knowingly inflicted on selected peers in order to cause the victims to become deeply discouraged. When the victim’s maximum level of resistance of what they are able to handle is reached then too often their minds can fall into depression and result in suicide.

When teenagers are being humiliated through bullying and forced to handle more than they can, they can, and often do, interpret these assaults and associate the following reasons for their struggles:

a) They are doing all these bad things to me, maybe because I really am no good…
(And by allowing that thought to take hold in their Minds, they surely will suffer from inferiority complexes).

b) I do not belong in my family group, my school or this neighborhood…
(This usually is the kind of belief that, should a juvenile’s mind nurture it for long enough, will cause many of them to run away from home).

c) Because my parents do not have as much as others do, maybe I don’t have everything that is made available to other kids…
(Adolescents need an explanation, in clear language, why they have within them ALL that they need to succeed in their own journeys: Their minds).

d) Maybe God does not love me.

Teenagers need to understand the importance of the words that they choose to use for expressing their sentiments, especially when they are in times of confusion. Each word that they use to convey something is also heard by their own mind. Should their minds come to believe in their chosen words, then there is major effort and mind-renewal to be done in order to reverse the positions their hearts have taken.

Jansenius Tito Lange Jr. 6/15/2015

For more on Mr. Lange and his work, please see his website: www.wiseminddevelopment.com.
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