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Next, let us consider how a human body obtains the stability to maintain the life.
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2. The Stability
Although modern medical science does not yet explain what mechanism allows a human body to live, we need to find out this mechanism before analyzing disease. Importantly, this mechanism is closely related to the fact: a human body is created as a relative system.

A human body is one of the relative systems in nature, and maintains the structure on the basis of the stability. Any relative systems in nature have their own stability, which originates in the balance among the elements. For instance, an atom, a microscopic particle in nature, is created as a relative system, and maintains the structure on the basis of the stability which originates in the balance among the elements. Likewise, a human body is also created as a relative system, the stability of which originates in the balance among the organs. Just this stability allows a human body to maintain the life. That is, a human body maintains the structure (= life) on the basis of the stability as if a microscopic particle such as an atom maintains the structure on the basis of the stability.

This indication allows us to explain the relationship between a human body and the stability as follows. When a human body maintains good stability, it maintains the structure which means the life. In contrast, when a human body completely loses the stability, it will be unable to maintain the structure and will die. In short, it is important to notice the fact: "a human body maintains the life by using the stability which originates in the balance among the organs."


the balance among organs and the staiblity
(Each of organs in a human body balances itself with other organs; this balance works as the stability of a human body)

For instance, a human body can be compared with a spinning top. When a human body maintains the stability, it is in good health. This human body can be expressed as a spinning top, the axis of which does not vibrate, because this spinning top has good stability. In contrast, when a human body decreases the stability, it is in bad health. This human body can be expressed as a spinning top, the axis of which vibrates, because this spinning top does not have good stability. The figures below illustrate these mechanisms.

(When a spinning top does not vibrate, it has good stability; this spinning top can be regarded as a human body in good health. On the other hand, when a spinning top vibrates, it does not have good stability; this spinning top can be regarded as a human body in bad health.)

More specifically, it can be indicated that a human body obtains the most stability by using the field sets. A human body is created as a nest of field sets, which can roughly be classified into two kinds: symmetric and triplet fields. These two kinds of fields have strong stability. Thus, it is indicated that a human body obtains strong stability due to these two field sets: symmetric and triplet fields. See "Field Sets Theory" to know the details.

(A human body is made from fields sets, which can roughly be classified into two kinds: symmetric and triplet fields. These two fields have strong stability, and on the basis of which a human body obtains strong stability.)

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