Yes, some philosophies combine with others. I’m talking about Monism, Eclecticism. But these philosophies don’t help solve the problems of a nowadays person. But there is one philosophy you should devote your time to. I’m talking about Ordinism, a modern philosophy or way of life that will help you achieve great things.
The root of the word “Ordinism” is derived from the Latin ordo. The word “ordo” has many synonyms, including the word “line”, which describes some principles of this philosophy.
|In music, ordo is a musical phrase constructed from one or more statements of a rhythmic mode pattern and ending in a rest.
Ordinism helps to solve business, relationships and other life problems, looking at them through different philosophical prisms, applying solutions not immediately but in turn.
Ordinism is the only philosophy that encourages you to remain yourself and cultivate your individuality (personality), not forgetting that sometimes it’s worth looking at yourself and the world through the eyes of other philosophers.
Features of Ordinism:
1. Ordinism is a philosophy that unites all philosophies. List of several philosophies: Confucianism, Stoicism, Hedonism, Logical, Positivism, Taoism, Rationalism, Daoism, Mohism, Platonism, Epicureanism, Existentialism and other positive philosophies, only those that don’t propagate satanic values.
2. In Ordinism, you will find Monism, Eclecticism and other philosophies that combine one philosophy with another.
3. Ordinism will not force you to abandon your opinion or worldview. (Because the goal is to add to you, not take away you from you. Understand, you have uniqueness. Respect that!) For example, when you want to become a vegetarian, you have to give up something. When you become a minimalist, you have to prove yourself against certain things and conform to certain new standards. Monism is also limiting because, being a Monist, you try to use all philosophies at once, which raises a lot of questions.
4. This philosophy will help you solve business, work ethic and relationship problems like no other philosophy. This philosophy opens up possibilities for new solutions that you didn’t know about before.
5. This philosophy will help to improve the quality of life, and some would call it a modern lifestyle, which helps to solve life’s problems much faster because it teaches you to use the mindset of the wisest people.
6. This philosophy focuses on managing emotions.
7. This philosophy helps to deal with values, to decide what to do so as not to regret in old age that only those values that the standard society speaks of were adhered to.
8. This philosophy has 3 clear principles that help to solve the fundamental problems of life Ordinism to business, relationships, and life. Ordinism can be a lifestyle when important attention is paid to 3 components: a) emotional intelligence; b) learning to achieve goals (time management) (because after learning time management, you can devote more time to yourself and learning to achieve goals); c) delving into different values and philosophies.
9. This philosophy will help modernists understand postmodernists and vice versa. Don’t you smell post-postmodernism?
10. Future generations will use this philosophy.
Who is the Ordinist?
A person who uses Ordinism is called an Ordinist.
Ordinist understands the complexity of life. They understand that there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. There’s no theory of everything. But there are many theories to be aware of. There’s no one key that opens all doors, but there are many keys that are designed for the particular doors that need to be opened today.
In other words, when solving the most complex problems, the Ordinist uses Ordinism and only does it for a few hours a day when problems arise. However, when they are not using Ordinism, they are themselves.
When solving life’s most complex problems, they don’t use all theories at once, like Monists or Eclecticists. That is, an Ordinist will not mix philosophies into one cauldron but will put them in order and use them all, so sooner or later, they will solve even the most difficult problem of life.
Have you seen on TV how a professional swimmer jumps into the water and performs fantastic and charismatic variations as if they were dolphins? Ordinists behave in a similar way, diving through various philosophies, diving through multiple lifestyles and… Oh yes, we are talking about diving between cultures and styles of thinking without forgetting your personal values.
To make it clearer, I will give a real-life example.
Let’s imagine Peter.
Peter wants to create a successful business. Unsure of what to do, he asks his friends for their opinion. One says that he needs to create a business. Another says that he should work as a freelancer. And the other says that he should get a job somewhere and gather experience because business is a bad thing (because there are philosophers who say that you shouldn’t get into business because it’s the devil’s invention). Thus, Peter chooses one of the three pieces of advice but doesn’t choose any solution. Because he listens but doesn’t take advice. He thinks, “Mghm, so what action to choose? What is smarter?” But time goes by, and Peter still chooses, as I once did.
I avoided starting a company for a long time and was afraid to become a freelancer for a long time because I thought that I could be punished by the tax office if, being inexperienced, I made a mistake. But all these fears were made up. I was only looking for excuses, and, worst of all, I wanted to find the most reasonable solution. I lived by a hedonistic philosophy that insisted on doing whatever it took to get away from problems. That’s why I drank and smoked. But one day, I realized that you have to think outside your head. I decided to look at this question through the philosophical prisms of various successful people. But looking from one side or the other, I still couldn’t find the answer. That’s why I decided to use all business philosophies. Oh yes, I chose all the solutions one by one. I found a job to have money to invest in my business. Then I started offering my services and also started creating my company’s image and logo. But after starting the company, I continued to work for others. Even now, I work for myself and for others. And although deep down I didn’t want it, I now know that working for others and having my own business at the same time is a very wise decision. Because I have made all the choices, I won’t regret not doing something at a decent age. Because I’m an Ordinist.
You have no idea how glad I’m to use Ordinism in my life, even though it’s not always needed. I only use Ordinism for a few hours a day. This is the best philosophy because all the other philosophies try to push you into a corner and make you use only one philosophy. For example, there were philosophers who said that the most important thing is to pursue happiness. And they thought that was all that mattered. But those who use this philosophy 24/7 suffer because they are selfish. I tried, and it made my life complicated. That’s why I chose Ordinism—a mix of positive philosophies that frees my personality!
How to understand if a person is an Ordinist?
Ordinists don’t decide whether it’s worth being a minimalist or a maximalist because sometimes they are minimalists, and sometimes they are maximalists. For example, an Ordinist can be an extremely wealthy person with many rooms in his house. One room may be furnished with things, but another room may be empty because it’s prepared for meditation.
At work, they are quick and resourceful, but at home, they are calm and loving. Because they use a different philosophy at work, and when they are at home, they switch it to another. Because the philosophy of business requires you to be sharp and tense, and the philosophy of relationships has a different fundamental base. You can’t put these things together. They must be separated and used separately. You can’t merge night with day.
Ordinists are not categorical (although sometimes this is possible). For example, an Ordinist can be a vegan in the morning and a carnivore in the evening. They make a choice themselves. They make their own rules and sometimes try new things.
Sometimes they listen, and sometimes they talk a looooot. Sometimes they are poofed-up, and sometimes they are calm because they have everything in them, and that is why these people are charismatic.
Ordinators are sometimes sad, and sometimes they laugh because they are all-encompassing; in other words, they control themselves.
They know how to laugh at themselves.
And you, do you know how to laugh at yourself? Can you see yourself through the eyes of an Epicurus, Hedonist or Confucius? If the answer is yes, then you have an ally and friend—me!
Ordinists also pay great attention to learning and especially to three elements of life: time, emotions, and values.
Why do people look for a philosophy that unites all philosophies?
Surely you have met categorical people who have firmly established views that can tear your eyes out, even if the problem is trivial … These people are guided by one philosophy.
Do you want to be like them? I doubt…
After all, a person who decides his life according to the prism of his personal perception can achieve only those things that are worthy of the prism of his perception, but no more. Analogously, a person who judges his life according to the prism of another person’s perception can only achieve as much as the prism of another person’s perception allows him to achieve. However, the most human can achieve through the prism of understanding both themselves and others and future generations. But people don’t know how to do it. And even if you’re looking for an answer, it’s hard to find. Because people rarely talk about philosophies combining the wisest philosophies.
Ordinism was created for that. Ordinism is about conscious multiplicity. The mission of this philosophy (or way of life) can broaden one’s worldview to unleash one’s potential.
What problems do people who don’t want to use Ordinism face?
Because Ordinism suggests the use of various philosophies, the problem of the absence of free time arises. Few people have time to be interested in philosophy and learn about it. Therefore, the Ordinist should learn to manage time and administer their life so that they have more time for teachings, the development of emotional intelligence, time management and studies related to achieving goals. It can be said that Ordinism promotes learning time management, which is absolutely true.
So, a person who wants to become an Ordinist must grasp the meaning of time management, emotion management and various philosophies. Because if they don’t understand the philosophies, how can they use them?
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