Amazing Discoveries of Human Nature


What if you had no worries, no problems, no needs or desires? What would it take to get you off that couch? Have you ever thought that you don’t move unless you are bothered?

Imagine sitting on the sofa in your living room, completely comfortable and nothing at all to bother you. The room temperature is at the ideal setting. The room is neither too dark nor too light. You are not sick, tired, hungry, or thirsty. You are not expecting company. You don’t miss any friends or family members. The telephone doesn’t ring. You are not worried about bills coming due or your job or business. You do not have to take a shower or use the restroom. You don’t have to do laundry or any other chores. You are not bored or sleepy. You are not curious about anything, and absolutely no factor of any kind makes you uncomfortable, worried, excited or upset. You are simply and continuously calm and comfortable sitting on that sofa. What would be the first motion of your body?

I’m Eddie Rafii the author of HUMAN EQUALS MACHINE, I spent more than 30 years of my life finding the cause of human motions, what happen in our minds and bodies when we initiate a motion? A simple experiment at home leads us to the fact that: We Do not Move Unless We are Bothered. (I’m the first person in the history who discovered this).
This fact and other experiments have opened a new window into the word of psychology and revealed that every single human motion is based on only 7 facts.

Rafii's 7 Facts:
Fact 1 - We always want to be comfortable. 
Fact 2 - We make motions only when we lose our comfort (balance). 
Fact 3 - A loss of balance always generates a want in us.
Fact 4 - There is always suffering and joy associated with every motion.
Fact 5 - The more we suffer, the more we enjoy.
Fact 6 - The result of our want and fear determines our motion.
Fact 7-  The degrees of our personality and physical characteristics, as well as mental and environmental conditions, determine the level of our wants and fears; we perform motions according to the result of our wants' and fears' sums. Read more

We Do Not Move Unless We Are Bothered