The consequences of an action

{2.14} The consequences of an action will be painful or beneficial depending on whether the obstacles were present in the concept or implementation  of the action.

{2.15} Painful effects from any object or situation can be a result of one or more of the following:

changes in the perceived object,

the desire to repeat pleasurable experiences, 

and the strong effect of conditioning from the past.

In addition, changes within the individual can be contributing factors.

{2.16} Painful effects that are likely to occur should be anticipated and avoided.

{2.17} The cause of actions that produce painful effects is the inability to distinguish what is perceived from what perceives.

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