These six basic starting points create a basic framework of space to which Principy Ĺ˝ivota® (The Principles of Life) philosophy is directed and in which it works.

Accidents are not a coincidence because everybody is the creator of one's own happiness.
If every accident were a matter of complete coincidence, life itself would have to be completely coincidental. However life is demonstrably connected with a complicated and absolutely perfectly functioning structure, which could never hold together if the events of life were determined by coincidences. That's why we believe that everything is the outcome of a universally valid order and everything has its own cause and consequence including accidents, illnesses and other events. We alone create our lives by the way in which we take part in the series of causal contexts. However, since we are not always aware enough of these contexts, we have the feeling that many things have happened to us without our endeavor by coincidence or by destiny. The more one knows of the context, the wiser one is and the more one is the master of one's own life.

Detecting an error improves our own picture of the world.
Having an image of a firm functioning order which is directing everything in our life could lead to a feeling that we should already know this order and we should already abide by it and that, if we don't, we will be punished. Such imagination can lead to a chronic fear of making a mistake which paralyses a person, preventing him/her from living. In such case a person is not the master of his/her life because its real master is an intelligible judge punishing his/her mistakes. However, we are convinced that the goal and the meaning of life is to discover the universal order instead of abiding by it. Imagine we didn't know that we can't put our head through the wall. If we hammer our head against the wall, our head will ache. However, it is impossible to say that the wall is punishing us. The headache is the outcome of a causal contiguity which until now was missing in our picture of the world and if we discover it and stop hammering our head against the wall, the pain will disappear and our picture of the world will be once again a little bit better. Therefore a wise person is one who is always trying to find all the mistakes in their picture of the world because, in this way, they become the master of their life.

Everybody is indispensable, one only needs to discover when and where.
Many people are not masters of their lives because they live in captivity to a feeling that they are not indispensable, that they are dismissible or that they have to work very hard and deserve their own spot in the sun. However, we are convinced that everybody is a part of the universe (or at least of our planet) and the mere fact that he/she exists means that he/she has his/her own place here which belongs in full to him/her and in which he/she is indispensable. However usually it isn't easy to find out where this unique place is or where we are indispensable. The wise person is one who doesn't look for his/her own place in confirmations from other people but in his/her own heart because this is exactly where our hidden potential lies. The one who manages to discover this potential and make full use of it is the master of his/her life because he/she has her/his own place in life.

It is possible to reach the full potential only through cooperation between a man and a woman.
Many people are not masters of their life because they are trying to be the whole person even though they are only a man or only a woman. Subsequently these have a feeling that they are ruled by the opposite sex because they are never capable of reaching its quality. A wise person is one who knows that equality is not sameness.
The equality of a man and a woman lies in the fact that everybody is indispensable even though we all have a different potential. Each person's potential has a specific place in which it is indispensable. Consequently a person who is the master of his/her life is one who, in all relationships, does whatever he/she is the best at and does not try to prove that he/she can manage things he/she is not made for.

Everyone always does whatever he/she considers the best from his/her own point of view.
Whoever thinks that the whole world is full of enemies who are against him can't be the master of his/her life. We believe that every person always does whatever he/she considers the best from his/her point of view. However, the problem can lie in the fact that this point of view is very, very limited. Wise people know that evil comes from narrow-mindness and ignorance and that's why they love wisdom, because the wisdom is the journey to the victory over the evil.

To live means to change.
The basis of life is the ability to react to the inputs of our surroundings. Whoever tries to stay the same all the time doesn't live. The wise person knows that times change and, with that, points of view and attitudes change as well. This way, he/she is the master of his/her life because there is nothing preventing him/her from expressing himself/herself in every moment of his/her life because he/she knows that what seems to be the truth today, doesn't have to seem the truth tomorrow. It is then clear to her/him that it makes sense to express his/her truth but there is no reason to fight for it because the momentary truth will, in any event, be carried away by the flow of the river of life.