The Dynamics by L. Ron Hubbard audiobook

The Dynamics

Presented by L. Ron Hubbard

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“There’s a thing called the dynamics. A dynamic is an urge toward survival. Andthere are eight of these dynamics.” —L. Ron Hubbard What motivates life? What motivates man? Those were the questions Ron posed when seeking workable answers to the problems of both the individual and society.After examining the whole of life in its variety and complexity, he isolated a commondenominator to all living things—the dynamic principle of existence: survive! Here was awatershed breakthrough in man’s understanding of man. For while everyone knows thatlife forms are surviving, survival as their sole motivation was a brand‑new discovery.How, then, did survival apply to man and his everyday existence? By examining the full range and depth of his activities in the light of this new discovery, the infinitely diverse behavior of human beings all aligned and fell into place.As Ron discovered, the dynamic principle of existence actually breaks down into noless than eight separate but interdependent urges toward survival: For himself. For the family and future generations. For the group. For mankind. For all life organisms including the animal and plant kingdoms. For the physical universeof matter, energy, space, and time. For the spirit. For Infinity. Moreover, as Ron further reveals in this lecture, so interdependent are these dynamics that a failure to work along any one dynamic can drag down the rest while, similarly, a concentration on a single dynamic will also injure the others. But an understanding and, hence, balance of all eight dynamics provides the path to achieving the lasting success and happiness that are the very essence of survival—for oneself, one’s family, one’s fellows, and, indeed, the whole civilization.This, then, is not just wisdom about life. This is life.

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“There’s a thing called the dynamics. A dynamic is an urge toward survival. Andthere are eight of these dynamics.” —L. Ron Hubbard

What motivates life? What motivates man? Those were the questions Ron posed when seeking workable answers to the problems of both the individual and society.After examining the whole of life in its variety and complexity, he isolated a commondenominator to all living things—the dynamic principle of existence: survive! Here was awatershed breakthrough in man’s understanding of man. For while everyone knows thatlife forms are surviving, survival as their sole motivation was a brand‑new discovery.How, then, did survival apply to man and his everyday existence? By examining the full range and depth of his activities in the light of this new discovery, the infinitely diverse behavior of human beings all aligned and fell into place.As Ron discovered, the dynamic principle of existence actually breaks down into noless than eight separate but interdependent urges toward survival:

  1. For himself.
  2. For the family and future generations.
  3. For the group.
  4. For mankind.
  5. For all life organisms including the animal and plant kingdoms.
  6. For the physical universeof matter, energy, space, and time.
  7. For the spirit.
  8. For Infinity.

Moreover, as Ron further reveals in this lecture, so interdependent are these dynamics that a failure to work along any one dynamic can drag down the rest while, similarly, a concentration on a single dynamic will also injure the others. But an understanding and, hence, balance of all eight dynamics provides the path to achieving the lasting success and happiness that are the very essence of survival—for oneself, one’s family, one’s fellows, and, indeed, the whole civilization.This, then, is not just wisdom about life. This is life.

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Available Formats : Digital Rental
Runtime: 1.02
Audience: Adult
Language: English