Experiment 3

Experiment 3

Seeking the perpetual amplification of joy


According to The First Unified Theory, the driving force in our reality is the attraction toward joy. The theory also propounds the existence of several levels of joy and states the level of joy available to us is determined by the master idea we practice. The master idea being practiced at present is one that grants us very low-level joy. Practicing a better master idea will lead to life presenting us with far more joy than we imagine possible today.


Experiment 1 and Experiment 2 involve arranging short-term manipulations of the master idea we habitually practice. The results of both Experiment 1 and Experiment 2 show joy in the magnitudes described by The First Unified Theory actually exists. Or to be more precise, these experiments show how extreme and completely surprising these levels of joy are.


Experiment 1 simultaneously reveals an interesting detail. It shows the obstruction standing between ourselves and extreme Joy is our implementation of the ideas representative of what we call a normal life. In short; the ideas we’ve trusted are the same ideas that get in the way of Happiness.


Experiment 3 is an attempt to recreate the good Master Idea and what could be called the original life here in time and space. In principle, this can be done by arranging a permanent manipulation of the master idea we habitually employ in normal life. I.e. to gradually curtail our implementation of the customary spin-off ideas by practicing a set of spin-off ideas which more and more represent the good Master Idea.


The instructions for Experiment 3 are described in the book Tongas Azure – About The First Unified Theory, the new logic and how it can change your life. In the book, Parts I and II provide a comprehensive presentation of The First Unified Theory. In Part III this platform is used to draw up a new field guide for living in this world of ours. To follow the field guide’s instructions is to perform Experiment 3.


You’ll find a short version of the platform covered in the book’s Parts I and II below. From it, you can get an inkling of what the field guide is about.

When the world is idea-based, it is consistent and law-abiding:

The master idea we practice

dictates how the world and life becomes.

Since joy-maximation is the driving force in reality, joy is given to everyone and everything. Every attempt to experience joy at the expense of other individuals and creatures is putting into practice an idea where joy is dramatically reduced. Practicing this kind of idea automatically leads to experiencing little joy. The only way it’s possible to experience the great magnitudes of joy is by accepting and practicing the idea that joy belongs to everyone and everything.

Because joy is freely given, more joy can be had only by adopting a more reflected, relaxed, and simpler life-style. Attempting to gain more joy through more work and deprivation in order to increase one’s access to material affluence is practicing the idea that joy isn’t free. Practicing this kind of idea automatically leads to experiencing reduced amounts of happiness and fulfillment. Like through a conduit, we receive through Nature. The only way it’s possible to experience more of the great magnitudes of joy is by practicing a calmer and simpler life-style more in tune with Nature and what it provides.

You can choose affluence and prosperity, you can choose Joy; you can’t have both. You can hang on to as much affluence as you like for as long as you like, and when what you’re hanging on to is worth less to you than the freedom and possibilities for joy it hinders, you can let go.

(This short version is taken from the book’s Part III.)