Claim: According to the ancient Vedic literature, people's actions are usually directed towards achievement or acquisition of power, knowledge and freedom, as well as towards experiences of love, pleasure and longevity. Whatever an individual does, his or her actions are pulled towards one (or more than one, in parallel) of those six attractors. Longevity, Power, Knowledge, Freedom, Love, and Pleasure represent six dynamically stable patterns - six chaotic (strange) attractors in the turbulent flow of human life. There is only one non chaotic (fixed) attractor for human life dynamics - the attractor of death. As far as life dynamics of each individual are dissipative, they 'shrink' with time, gradually (or suddenly) lose their connection with any strange attractor of life activity and fall into the fixed attractor of death.
Type Classification: F: Exceptional strategies