1. The Mechanism of the Human Mind: Observe the Hidden Growing Imbalance

    In this class we will disassemble the human mind into its individual components and show you what each part longs for and why we do what we do.  Among the many fascinating phenomena, you will observe an innate growing imbalance in the mind that results from the contrasting natures of the progressing intellect and stagnant instincts.  The profound implications of this otherwise subtle mental imbalance on all aspects of every human life cannot be exaggerated.  Instincts have molded the human condition into shape and their unchanging nature has frozen it in time and solidified it. This is why human behavior largely remains unchanged as people still lie, cheat, steal, kill, form militaries and fight wars as our primitive ancestors did, many thousands of years ago.   

    In this online course you will take an accurate inventory of the mental forces, which will enable you to understand yourself and the people in your personal and professional life better.  You will see that, contrary to the universal perception the human mind consists not only of the single pole of intelligence, but that the mind is bipolar and consists of 17 different instincts and intellect, each with a distinct function and mission of its own. 

    Through this online course, for the first time, you will see what in the mind compels religion and why.  You will be able to identify what it is in the mind that longs for art, it will revolutionize your understanding of art as artist and/or art lover.  You will see what in the mind renders humans incurably political and that politics is not just a profession for the few in each society, but it is a mode brand of behavior unique to humans that starts in early childhood.  You will see what in sports so grossly captivates humans in general, and male humans in particular.  You will see what it is in the mind that renders our species simultaneously polygamous and monogamous, and thus sexually confused.  You will see what it is in the mind that manufactures a strong sense of ethics and morality, and what other forces erode it, and a great deal more that otherwise would have continued to conceal themselves as mysteries, as has been the case from the beginning. 




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2. What in the Mind Longs for Art, Why Art is Always Enjoyed but has Yet to be Understood

    As an artist of any sort, learn what it is in the mind that longs for each brand of art, elevate your skills, and as an art lover deepen your artistic sophistication and enhance your appreciation of art in all their beautiful forms.  Due to improper philosophical understanding of art, for millennia, we have been meshing novels, dancing, architecture, acting, poetry, painting, music, sculptures, and Persian rugs, together and attempt to define them by a single definition.  While they all are arts, many of them have nothing in common to be defined together.  Thus, it should come as no surprise that the world of philosophy admits that after enjoying art for over 50,000 years, we have failed to articulate a logical definition of art that would be acceptable to all. 

    Here you will learn that three different mental faculties that long for different brands of art, each for totally different reasons.  This determines the three different structures of arts and divides art into three different groups of Rhythmic Arts, Imitative Arts and Abstract arts.  Some of these arts relate to certain instincts, while another group relates to a particular attribute of human intellect.  Oblivious to this mental phenomenon, artists create their pieces without knowing what it is in their art that captures the mind to deliberately address this mental desire, which would make their creations even more appealing.  Hence, all artists create their arts at lower levels than they are capable of, no matter how talented or recognized. 

    You will learn that great inequities exist in the sensitivity of these corresponding mental faculties, causing us to react to different categories of art with different intensities. In that, instincts are primeval, as compared to human intellect that has been acquired over time and through human evolution.  Instincts are raw, far stronger, more sensitive, and more easily excitable than intellect.  Thus concerts, even performed by average artists, invoke such emotions that many scream, cry and some even faint.  However, they never react that way when they are exposed to the works of true masters such as Michael Angelo, Raphael, Picasso, De Vinci and others in museums.  Based on the structure of arts and the corresponding mental faculty, arts are divided into their scientific categories and this simplifies the phenomenon of art. 

    This understanding will especially help to decrease the huge waste the film industry endures, as the producers admit that they do not have a formula to help them objectively qualify stories they choose to produce. This theory is validated by examining all Shakespeare’s stories and it applies with all of his stories flawlessly.  The same formula will also help writers. 


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3. Why Males, and Not Females, Become Sports Fanatics and Other Mysteries of Sports

    This seemingly simple phenomenon of men’s utter fascination with sports is imbued with layers of mystery that this class will solve for you for the first time.  For example, different cultures have invented different sports in the course of the past few thousand years, without any established rules or regulation to follow.  Yet all sports, without any exception, revolve around the three principles of aiming, speed and power.  How is it that these rule that were never established anywhere was so keenly observed everywhere and throughout the history of sports?  Solving these mysteries of sports will reveal why sporting events so frequently result in eruptions of fatal violence among the spectators.  For instance, violence in a soccer match in Egypt produced over 80 casualties in a single event alone.  Two people in two different incidents were bitten up in the United States that put both of them comma for wearing a shirt that carried the name of a team that these people did not like, and the list is very long, from all nations. 

    Another mystery we will unfold pertaining to sports rests in the fact that most men so readily become sports fanatics at the dismay of the women in the lives.  Casual conversations held by couples frequently reveal a gender friction between them on this subject.  All of the above-mentioned issues have organic roots in our species, and being oblivious to it, neither gender properly understands the other.  Furthermore, athletes, trainers and coaches might produce much better results from learning these secrets about sports. 



4. Breaking the Religious Barriers

    In this course you will learn why religion continues to be misunderstood by believers and non-believers alike, and what in it renders people belligerent resulting in fanaticism and even combative.  People divide into the two major groups of believers and nonbelievers with irreconcilable stances.  The believers take everything their religions teach them as a matter of fact regardless if they stand to reason or utterly defy it.  Anything that challenges them is refuted out right without any qualification.  Most of the nonbelievers perceive this as being exceedingly irrational, unscientific, silly, wrong, and totally unacceptable.  A sober observation, in fact, reveals that both sides miss the point. 

    Those who rely on scientific principles need to explain scientifically why the huge majority of humans have been embracing the different brands of faith for thousands of years and on a universal scale, a stance Sigmund Freud as an atheist took. Second, if we must only accept things that are scientific, then why do we accept art that is equally as unscientific?  The same group of people also challenge religion because they perceive faith to be old and useless for this advanced and advancing modern time.  Then, they need to explain why they do not challenge the state that is equally as archaic?  They might say governments, laws and political systems evolve and change, but religions do not.  This notion is effectively challenged through this study. 

    The main challenge for the believers of the three main branches of faith are, if Jesus, Moses and Mohammad were never born, would over 3,000,000,000 of their followers go without religion for millennia?  The answer to this question is an emphatic NO, as they did not appear in India, China, the early Americas and elsewhere, and the indigenous people invented other religions and have been holding on to them hard and fast for the past 2,500 years.  Then, we are faced with the logical question, what was the role of these three great religious leaders in the larger picture of religion?  Is it these leaders and others like them who created religions, or is it humans’ natural inclination toward spirituality that demanded leadership and these leaders emerged to lead their people?   Just the same way as when people start a political movement, leaders emerge to lead them.  Likewise, did religions created ethics and morality, or is it humans’ innate inclination toward ethics and morality that resulted in creating religion to formulate, simplify and mass produce moral principles for mass consumption?  From this perspective, why religions desire each other’s demise indeed defies logic.   

    To use a real analogy from a different realm in the recent history to see how humans follow leaders acquire following, if in one’s eyes of imagination one switched the places of Chairman Mao, the leader of the Chinese communist revolution with Gandhi, the leader of the movement in India, we would have ended up with a Capitalist China and a Communist India.  Applying this to religion, if by another accident of birth Jesus, Moses, Mohammad, Buddha and other such leaders were born in places other than where they were born, most probably they still would have become spiritual leaders.  Then, Christians could end up being Hindus, Hindus could have become Jews, Moslems could have become Shinto and so on.  Then, each would have to dislike themselves for embracing the very religion that they despise others for embracing. This class will examine this old phenomenon of faith from a totally new perspective that will unveil many of its mysteries for the first time.  



5. Body, Mind, and Human Sexuality

    In this course we will delve into what it is in the mind that renders our species simultaneously polygamous and monogamous, and thus, the only being that is sexually confused.  This leads to infidelity that inflicts much pain on those who feel betrayed. All beings are instinctively either polygamous or monogamous and behave accordingly, except for humans who are instinctively polygamous, and through the application of human intellect and reasoning, and manmade rules, defy this instinctive urge to practice monogamy through marriage.  This is the most pressing of self-alienation practiced by humans.  Yet indeed, it is curious what practical needs compelled humans worldwide to design and impose this condition against one of their strongest instincts?  However, a close examination of this phenomenon reveals that to do otherwise might have endangered the very survival of the human species.  It was this urgency that coerced humans worldwide to spontaneously adopt this rule as most cultures imposed harsh punishment against those who defy it.  One is not to be oblivious to the fact that a vast number of people legally practice polygamy, but it is the governance of the sexual conduct that, when violated, is severely punished, even with capital punishment through stoning people to death in some cultures. 

    The contradiction that resulted from these two opposite forces of polygamy and monogamy has created a fascinating psychology of sexuality of its own, commonly known as sexual fantasy.  In that, you will learn why people who desire to be sexually engaged with persons other than their primary partner, create the scene of such engagements in the imagination and in the privacy of their mind.  Hence, people practice polygamy in their mind without physically committing adultery.  This bridges this unique human sexual disposition of being pulled between the two sexually opposing forces of instinctive polygamy and intellectual monogamy and this class will uncover why.  The mind readily accepts this figment of imagination as reality and renders additional pleasure for those who practice sexual fantasy.  This is why it is so common with the largest number of people from all cultures as studies show.  Solving this human phenomenon removes another layer of human mystery and will help you to understand, or even identify, the traits in one’s personality that leads to infidelity.




Most corporations are overwhelming by job applications, trying to pick the right person for jobs, from a sea of qualified people. However, employers know that in employment interviews all people present themselves in the most appealing ways, and sometimes even giving false impressions.

Of course, candidates are qualified by employer based on their abilities to perform the duties of their jobs, and whether or not their personality and behavior is suitable for their corporate culture. You examine their work ethics, intelligence, are they team players, or will they meet deadlines. Also you want to know if the personality and behavior of the individual is conducive for team work, is the person combative, tribal, territorial, aggressive and incapable of functioning as a team player, and will cause major interruptions in the company for you to decide to hire or pass.

However, now this exclusive study, The Interaction between Instincts and Intellect and Their Impact on Human Behavior, by Mark Abraham, 25 years in the making, shows that the same 19 different mental forces, (17 instincts and the 2 segments of intellect,) govern all aspects of every human’s personality and behavior. Each instinct drives a particular mode of the human behavior, but their intensity vastly varies from one person to another. Peoples’ strongest instincts produce their deepest pleasures, which may or may not be appropriate for the workplace. The exceedingly strong instincts induce irresistible drives that blind human intelligence and lead them to their gravest mistakes, demonstrable through endless real examples. The 19 different mental forces appear in 12,659,000 X 109 different possibilities, each of which represents a unique personality and behavior. Finding the right personality from this huge mix is a mission impossible without proper technology that this new study introduces.

Now, an exclusive Personality and Behavior assessment Test is structured on this exclusive study that solves this problem for the first time. Although there are many such online tests, none are remotely capable of achieving what this study and test is capable of. Watching the video will justify this claim. This test alone reveals at first glance the strength of each of these mental forces in a bar graph and two pie charts. Depending on which test you take, 4,000 to 8,000 words of text explains each of these mental forces and shows what sort of personality they construct and how one can identify an applicant who will contribute to your company or one that will adversely affect productivity and profitability. For more detailed information please watch the video and visit the Scientific Principles page on this website.


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