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The Ultimate Reference Point, Active Agent & Goal

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Hubbard’s Approach in Scientology

STATIC: Zero physically but infinite metaphysically
>>> Static has peculiar and particular properties
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THETA: It is the metaphysical portion of Static (LIFE STATIC)
>>> THETA = a part of STATIC
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SURVIVAL: The goal of THETA is survival.
>>> THETA produces MEST (matter, energy, space, time)

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Mindfulness Approach in Buddism

STATIC: Zero both physically and metaphysically
>>> All properties converge to the static 
>>> Static has no properties
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DELTA: It is the CHANGE away from Static (DISTURBANCE)
>>> We may say, THETA = STATIC + DELTA
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EVOLUTION: The goal of DELTA is evolution
>>> DELTA evolves into MEST (matter, energy, space, time)

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In Vedic Hinduism, STATIC is Shiva, and DELTA is Shakti, and THETA may be Shakti dancing on the body of Shiva. It seems that Shakti and Shiva are confused with each other in Hinduism.

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Dianetics Axioms 106 – 120

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SYMBOLS:

THETA: The symbol for the LIFE STATIC

DELTA: The symbol for DISTURBANCE

MEST: (matter, energy, space and time)

ICAD: (identity, consciousness, awareness and desire)

LAMBDA: The symbol for living organisms

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DN AXIOM 106: The introduction of an arbitrary factor or force without recourse to natural laws of the body or the area into which the arbitrary is introduced brings about plus or minus randomity.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 107: Data of plus or minus randomity depends for its confusion on former plus or minus randomity or absent data.

The randomity of perception is measured from the degree of its misalignment from the experiential data matrix.

DN AXIOM 107 (Revised): Data of plus or minus randomity depends for its confusion on the alignment within the experiential data matrix of the mind.

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DN AXIOM 108: Efforts which are inhibited or compelled by exterior efforts effect a plus or minus randomity of efforts.

DN AXIOM 108 (Revised): Introduction of external efforts that inhibit or compel an organism’s efforts will bring about randomity of efforts.

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DN AXIOM 109: Behavior is modified by counter-efforts which have impinged on the organism.

DN AXIOM 109 (Revised): An organism’s behavior is modified by counter-efforts from its environment.

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DN AXIOM 110: The component parts of THETA are affinity, reality and communication.

Affinity is the close relationship that comes from alignment. Reality is the aligned structure. Communication is the smooth flow due to alignment.

DN AXIOM 110 (Revised): The component parts of alignment are affinity, reality and communication.

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DN AXIOM 111: Self-determinism consists of maximal affinity, reality and communication.

Maximum alignment imparts maximal affinity, reality and communication.

DN AXIOM 111 (Revised): Self-determinism consists of maximum alignment; or maximal affinity, reality and communication.

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DN AXIOM 112: Affinity is the cohesion of THETA.

Affinity manifests itself as the recognition of similarity of efforts and goals amongst organisms by those organisms.

DN AXIOM 112 (Revised): Affinity is the close relationship that comes from alignment.

Affinity manifests itself as the recognition of alignment of efforts and goals amongst organisms by those organisms.

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DN AXIOM 113: Reality is the agreement upon perceptions and data in the physical universe.

All that we can be sure is real is that on which we have agreed is real.

Agreement is the essence of reality.

It is not agreement that makes it real but the alignment with natural laws. Earth went around the Sun even when most people agreed otherwise. The essence of reality is continuity, harmony and consistency brought about by alignment.

DN AXIOM 113 (Revised): Reality is the continuity, harmony and consistency brought about by alignment.

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DN AXIOM 114: Communication is the interchange of perception through the material universe between organisms or the perception of the material universe by sense channels.

DN AXIOM 114 (Revised): Communication is the smooth flow that occurs when things are well aligned. Instances of this are communication among organisms, and perception by sense channels.

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DN AXIOM 115: Self-determinism is the THETA control of the organism.

DN AXIOM 115 (Revised): Self-determinism is the alignment of the organism such that natural laws are fully expressed.

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DN AXIOM 116: A self-determined effort is that counter-effort which has been received into the organism in the past and integrated into the organism for its conscious use.

Self-determined effort depends on the integration of all efforts.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 117: The components of self-determinism are affinity, communication and reality.

Self-determinism is manifested along each dynamic.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 118: An organism cannot become aberrated unless it has agreed upon that aberration, has been in communication with a source of aberration and has had affinity for the aberrator.

DN AXIOM 118 (Revised): An organism cannot become aberrated unless misalignment has been forced into it.

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DN AXIOM 119: Agreement with any source, contra- or prosurvival, postulates a new reality for the organism.

DN AXIOM 119 (Revised): New reality for the organism comes from new alignments within it.

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DN AXIOM 120: Nonsurvival courses, thoughts and actions require nonoptimum effort.

This axiom is not revised.

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Here are all the revised and unrevised Dianetics Axioms 106 – 120 together.

DN AXIOM 106: The introduction of an arbitrary factor or force without recourse to natural laws of the body or the area into which the arbitrary is introduced brings about plus or minus randomity.

DN AXIOM 107 (Revised): Data of plus or minus randomity depends for its confusion on the alignment within the experiential data matrix of the mind.

DN AXIOM 108 (Revised): Introduction of external efforts that inhibit or compel an organism’s efforts will bring about randomity of efforts.

DN AXIOM 109 (Revised): An organism’s behavior is modified by counter-efforts from its environment.

DN AXIOM 110 (Revised): The component parts of alignment are affinity, reality and communication.

DN AXIOM 111 (Revised): Self-determinism consists of maximum alignment; or maximal affinity, reality and communication.

DN AXIOM 112 (Revised): Affinity is the close relationship that comes from alignment.

Affinity manifests itself as the recognition of alignment of efforts and goals amongst organisms by those organisms.

DN AXIOM 113 (Revised): Reality is the continuity, harmony and consistency brought about by alignment.

DN AXIOM 114 (Revised): Communication is the smooth flow that occurs when things are well aligned. Instances of this are communication among organisms, and perception by sense channels.

DN AXIOM 115 (Revised): Self-determinism is the alignment of the organism such that natural laws are fully expressed.

DN AXIOM 116: A self-determined effort is that counter-effort which has been received into the organism in the past and integrated into the organism for its conscious use.

DN AXIOM 117: The components of self-determinism are affinity, communication and reality.

Self-determinism is manifested along each dynamic.

DN AXIOM 118 (Revised): An organism cannot become aberrated unless misalignment has been forced into it.

DN AXIOM 119 (Revised): New reality for the organism comes from new alignments within it.

DN AXIOM 120: Nonsurvival courses, thoughts and actions require nonoptimum effort.

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Dianetics Axioms 91 – 105

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SYMBOLS:

THETA: The symbol for the LIFE STATIC

DELTA: The symbol for DISTURBANCE

MEST: (matter, energy, space and time)

ICAD: (identity, consciousness, awareness and desire)

LAMBDA: The symbol for living organisms

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DN AXIOM 91: Past randomity can impose itself upon the present organism as THETA FACSIMILES.

DN AXIOM 91 (revised): Past randomity exists as misalignment in the experiential data matrix of the organism.

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DN AXIOM 92: The engram is a severe area of plus or minus randomity of sufficient volume to cause unconsciousness.

DN AXIOM 92 (revised): Engram is a severe misalignment in the experiential data matrix of the mind, which can cause unconsciousness.

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DN AXIOM 93: Unconsciousness is an excess of randomity imposed by a counter-effort of sufficient force to cloud the awareness and direct function of the organism through the mind’s control center.

DN AXIOM 93 (revised): Unconsciousness is absorption of organism’s attention in the severe misalignment present in the experiential data matrix, such that it is not aware of the present.

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DN AXIOM 94: Any counter-effort which misaligns the organism’s command of itself or its environment establishes plus or minus randomity or, if of sufficient magnitude, is an engram.

DN AXIOM 94 (revised): An engram is created when the perceptions of the counter-efforts from the environment cannot be aligned, and are inserted into the experiential data matrix without assimilation.

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DN AXIOM 95: Past engrams are restimulated by the control center’s perception of circumstances similar to that engram in the present environment.

“Control center’s perception” refers to free association of perception with the experiential data matrix.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 96: An engram is a THETA FACSIMILE of atoms and molecules in misalignment.

The Mind is primarily an experiential data matrix. A Theta facsimile is a representation MEST perception of an ICAD vector within the mind. An Engram is an extremely distorted theta facsimile that exists within the mind as an unassimilated insert.

DN AXIOM 96 (revised): An Engram is an extremely distorted theta facsimile that exists within the mind as an unassimilated insert.

Definition: The Mind is primarily an experiential data matrix.

Definition: A Theta facsimile is a representation of MEST perception as an ICAD vector within the mind.

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DN AXIOM 97: Engrams fix emotional response as that emotional response of the organism during the receipt of the counter-effort.

DN AXIOM 97 (revised): During restimulation, the emotional response of the organism becomes fixed as the response coded in the unassimilated engram.

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DN AXIOM 98: Free emotional response depends on optimum randomity. It depends upon absence of or non-restimulation of engrams.

DN AXIOM 98 (revised): Emotional response remains free when randomity is such that it is assimilated in the mind. It depends on absence of engram or its re-stimulation.

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DN AXIOM 99: THETA FACSIMILES can recombine into new symbols.

ICAD vectors may combine in different ways to provide new interpretations to perceptions. Units of interpretations may be called symbols.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 100: Language is the symbolization of effort.

Language communicates through symbols called words, which represent “perceived efforts”.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 101: Language depends for its force upon the force which accompanied its definition. (Note: Counter-effort, not language, is aberrative.)

Language depends for its force upon the force represented by the words.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 102: The environment can occlude the central control of any organism and assume control of the motor controls of that organism. (Engram, restimulation, locks, hypnotism.)

The environment only needs to re-stimulate an engram, or activate a confusion, to make the organism go unconscious. The organism can then be controlled by commands given from the environment. This is what happens on a small but dramatic scale with a hypnotized person.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 103: Intelligence depends on the ability to select aligned or misaligned data from an area of randomity and so discover a solution to reduce all randomity in that area.

Here a universal context should be used to spot aligned or misaligned data.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 104: Persistence obtains in the ability of the mind to put solutions into physical action toward the realization of goals.

The goal, of course, is evolution towards greater potential. This becomes possible when a person learns to resolve discontinuities, disharmonies and inconsistencies in a universal context.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 105: An unknown datum can produce data of plus or minus randomity.

Omitted datum is the hardest one to spot in a situation because most people fill any gaps with arbitrary assumptions without being aware of such an action. This may bring about some alignment in a narrow context, but a greater misalignment in a larger context.

This axiom is not revised.

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Here are all the revised and unrevised Dianetics Axioms 91 – 105 together.

DN AXIOM 91 (revised): Past randomity exists as misalignment in the experiential data matrix of the organism.

DN AXIOM 92 (revised): Engram is a severe misalignment in the experiential data matrix of the mind, which can cause unconsciousness.

DN AXIOM 93 (revised): Unconsciousness is absorption of organism’s attention in the severe misalignment present in the experiential data matrix, such that it is not aware of the present.

DN AXIOM 94 (revised): An engram is created when the perceptions of the counter-efforts from the environment cannot be aligned, and are inserted into the experiential data matrix without assimilation.

DN AXIOM 95: Past engrams are restimulated by the control center’s perception of circumstances similar to that engram in the present environment.

DN AXIOM 96 (revised): An Engram is an extremely distorted theta facsimile that exists within the mind as an unassimilated insert.

Definition: The Mind is primarily an experiential data matrix.

Definition: A Theta facsimile is a representation of MEST perception as an ICAD vector within the mind.

DN AXIOM 97 (revised): During restimulation, the emotional response of the organism becomes fixed as the response coded in the unassimilated engram.

DN AXIOM 98 (revised): Emotional response remains free when randomity is such that it is assimilated in the mind. It depends on absence of engram or its re-stimulation.

DN AXIOM 99: THETA FACSIMILES can recombine into new symbols.

DN AXIOM 100: Language is the symbolization of effort.

DN AXIOM 101: Language depends for its force upon the force which accompanied its definition. (Note: Counter-effort, not language, is aberrative.)

DN AXIOM 102: The environment can occlude the central control of any organism and assume control of the motor controls of that organism. (Engram, restimulation, locks, hypnotism.)

DN AXIOM 103: Intelligence depends on the ability to select aligned or misaligned data from an area of randomity and so discover a solution to reduce all randomity in that area.

DN AXIOM 104: Persistence obtains in the ability of the mind to put solutions into physical action toward the realization of goals.

DN AXIOM 105: An unknown datum can produce data of plus or minus randomity.

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Dianetics Axioms 76 – 90

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SYMBOLS:

THETA: The symbol for the LIFE STATIC

DELTA: The symbol for DISTURBANCE

MEST: (matter, energy, space and time)

ICAD: (identity, consciousness, awareness and desire)

LAMBDA: The symbol for living organisms

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DN AXIOM 76: Randomity amongst organisms is vital to continuous survival of all organisms.

“Randomity is the misalignment imposed on the organism by the environment.” Randomity is essentially the “potential difference” that activates motion and adjustment. As randomity is resolved, evolutionary progress is made.

DN AXIOM 76 (revised): Randomity amongst organisms is vital to continuous evolution of all organisms.

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DN AXIOM 77: THETA affects the organism, other organisms and the physical universe by translating THETA FACSIMILES into physical efforts or randomity of efforts.

DEFINITION: The degree of randomity is measured by the randomness of effort vectors within the organism, amongst organisms, amongst races or species of organisms or between organisms and the physical universe.

A THETA FACSIMILE is a picture, which represents a moment of experience. This picture is constructed from the experiential data matrix of the mind. The elements of the mind are ICAD (identity, consciousness, awareness and desire).

DN AXIOM 77 (revised): The pictures generated in the mind are translated into efforts exerted by the organism.

DEFINITION: The degree of randomity is measured by the randomness of effort vectors within the organism, amongst organisms, amongst races or species of organisms or between organisms and the universe.

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DN AXIOM 78: Randomity becomes intense in indirect ratio to the time in which it takes place, modified by the total effort in the area.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 79: Initial randomity can be reinforced by randomities of greater or lesser magnitude.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 80: Areas of randomity exist in chains of similarity plotted against time. This can be true of words and actions contained in randomities. Each may have its own chain plotted against time.

Time relates to the sequence in which events are experienced. A chain of similarity can be established based on any single property in the sequence of time. Randomity represented by certain words and actions may be followed back on such a chain to its origins.

However, this may become complicated when such chain spreads out forming a non-linear network. In such cases the idea of unstacking the mind through free association becomes much more appealing.

DN AXIOM 80 (revised): Areas of randomity are represented by words and actions, which exist in chains of similarity plotted against time. Such associations may be explored through free association.

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DN AXIOM 81: Sanity consists of optimum randomity.

Optimum randomity is the right amount of unexpectedness for the tolerance level of the person viewing it. It supplies just the right amount of challenge that keeps a person engaged. This is sanity.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 82: Aberration exists to the degree that plus or minus randomity exists in the environment or past data of an organism, group or species, modified by the endowed self-determinism of that organism, group or species.

Departure from sanity comes about to the degree unaligned motion exists beyond the tolerance level of the organism, group or species, in its environment or past experience.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 83: The self-determinism of an organism is determined by its THETA endowment, modified by minus or plus randomity in its environment or its existence.

DN AXIOM 83 (revised): The self-determinism of an organism is determined by its ICAD structure, modified by minus or plus randomity in its environment or its existence.

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DN AXIOM 84: The self-determinism of an organism is increased by optimum randomity of counter-efforts.

The organism, group or species is endowed with various degrees of capability to modify this unaligned motion or randomity. As the randomity in the environment moves toward optimum, self-determinism increases.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 85: The self-determinism of an organism is reduced by plus or minus randomity of counter-efforts in the environment.

As the randomity in the environment falls away from optimum, self-determinism decreases.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 86: Randomity contains both the randomness of efforts and the volume of efforts. (Note: An area of randomity can have a great deal of confusion, but without volume of energy, the confusion itself is negligible.)

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 87: That counter-effort is most acceptable to an organism which most closely appears to assist its accomplishment of its goal.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 88: An area of severe plus or minus randomity can occlude data on any of the subjects of that plus or minus randomity which took place in a prior time. (Note: Shut-off mechanisms of earlier lives, perceptics, specific incidents, etc.)

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 89: Restimulation of plus, minus or optimum randomity can produce increased plus, minus or optimum randomity respectively in the organism.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 90: An area of randomity can assume sufficient magnitude so as to appear to the organism as pain, according to its goals.

Randomity is independent motion that is uncontrolled and unaligned. The dimensions of randomity are the volume of motions as well as the degree of their randomity. Randomity appears as confusion when encountered in life. Too much confusion may appear as pain when organism’s goals are thwarted.

This axiom is not revised.

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Here are all the revised and unrevised Dianetics Axioms 76 – 90 together.

DN AXIOM 76 (revised): Randomity amongst organisms is vital to continuous evolution of all organisms.

DN AXIOM 77 (revised): The pictures generated in the mind are translated into efforts exerted by the organism.

DEFINITION: The degree of randomity is measured by the randomness of effort vectors within the organism, amongst organisms, amongst races or species of organisms or between organisms and the universe.

DN AXIOM 78: Randomity becomes intense in indirect ratio to the time in which it takes place, modified by the total effort in the area.

DN AXIOM 79: Initial randomity can be reinforced by randomities of greater or lesser magnitude.

DN AXIOM 80 (revised): Areas of randomity are represented by words and actions, which exist in chains of similarity plotted against time. Such associations may be explored through free association.

DN AXIOM 81: Sanity consists of optimum randomity.

DN AXIOM 82: Aberration exists to the degree that plus or minus randomity exists in the environment or past data of an organism, group or species, modified by the endowed self-determinism of that organism, group or species.

DN AXIOM 83 (revised): The self-determinism of an organism is determined by its ICAD structure, modified by minus or plus randomity in its environment or its existence.

DN AXIOM 84: The self-determinism of an organism is increased by optimum randomity of counter-efforts.

DN AXIOM 85: The self-determinism of an organism is reduced by plus or minus randomity of counter-efforts in the environment.

DN AXIOM 86: Randomity contains both the randomness of efforts and the volume of efforts. (Note: An area of randomity can have a great deal of confusion, but without volume of energy, the confusion itself is negligible.)

DN AXIOM 87: That counter-effort is most acceptable to an organism which most closely appears to assist its accomplishment of its goal.

DN AXIOM 88: An area of severe plus or minus randomity can occlude data on any of the subjects of that plus or minus randomity which took place in a prior time. (Note: Shut-off mechanisms of earlier lives, perceptics, specific incidents, etc.)

DN AXIOM 89: Restimulation of plus, minus or optimum randomity can produce increased plus, minus or optimum randomity respectively in the organism.

DN AXIOM 90: An area of randomity can assume sufficient magnitude so as to appear to the organism as pain, according to its goals.

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Dianetics Axioms 61 – 75

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SYMBOLS:

THETA: The symbol for the LIFE STATIC

DELTA: The symbol for DISTURBANCE

MEST: (matter, energy, space and time)

ICAD: (identity, consciousness, awareness and desire)

LAMBDA: The symbol for living organisms

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DN AXIOM 61: An organism is rejected by THETA to the degree that it fails in its goals.

DN AXIOM 61 (revised): Organisms become extinct to the degree they fail to actively support evolution.

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DN AXIOM 62: Higher organisms can exist only in the degree that they are supported by the lower organisms.

This axiom is not revised.

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DN AXIOM 63: The usefulness of an organism is determined by the alignment of its efforts toward survival.

DN AXIOM 63 (revised): The usefulness of an organism is determined by the alignment of its efforts toward evolution.

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DN AXIOM 64: The mind perceives and stores all data of the environment and aligns or fails to align these according to the time they were perceived.

DEFINITION: A conclusion is the THETA FACSIMILES of a group of combined data.

DEFINITION: A datum is a THETA FACSIMILE of physical action.

The mind is a matrix made up of data nodes connected by relationships. The matrix is continually assimilating perceptions through free association and postulation. Data nodes and relationships combine to provide a vector of conclusion.

DN AXIOM 64 (revised): The mind perceives the environment and aligns or fails to align the perceptions within its data matrix.

DEFINITION: A datum is an aligned perception of environment.

DEFINITION: A conclusion is the relationship vector of a group of combined data.

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DN AXIOM 65: The process of thought is the perception of the present and the comparison of it to the perceptions and conclusions of the past in order to direct action in the immediate or distant future.

COROLLARY: The attempt of thought is to perceive realities of the past and present in order to predict or postulate realities of the future.

The data matrix of the mind is simply there. Time is one of the parameters used to index this data.

DN AXIOM 65 (revised): The process of thought is free association of perception with experience and postulation to bring alignment in order to direct action in the immediate or distant future.

COROLLARY: The attempt of thought is to associate present reality with experience from the past in order to predict or postulate realities of the future.

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DN AXIOM 66: The process by which life effects its conquest of the material universe consists in the conversion of the potential effort of matter and energy in space and through time to effect with it the conversion of further matter and energy in space and through time.

DN AXIOM 66 (revised): Life converts the potential efforts of the environment progressively to support and accomplish evolution.

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DN AXIOM 67: THETA contains its own THETA UNIVERSE effort which translates into MEST effort.

DN AXIOM 67 (revised): The efforts of ICAD translate into the efforts of MEST.

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DN AXIOM 68: The single arbitrary in any organism is time.

The mind uses free association to align the perceptions within the data matrix. The mind makes postulates to fill any gaps in alignment. The most powerful postulates are those that align data in a universal context. Postulates that align data only in a narrow context appear as arbitrary in a universal context.

DN AXIOM 68 (revised): A narrow-minded postulate becomes arbitrary in a larger context.

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DN AXIOM 69: Physical universe perceptions and efforts are received by an organism as force waves, convert by facsimile into THETA and are thus stored.

DEFINITION: Randomity is the misalignment through the internal or external efforts by other forms of life or the material universe of the efforts of an organism, and is imposed on the physical organism by counter-efforts in the environment.

DN AXIOM 69 (revised): The perceptions and force from the environment are converted into data by the organism and assimilated within its data matrix.

DEFINITION: Randomity is the misalignment imposed on the organism by the environment.

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DN AXIOM 70: Any cycle of any life organism is from static to motion to static.

DN AXIOM 70 (revised): A life organism changes as it interacts with the environment.

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DN AXIOM 71: The cycle of randomity is from static, through optimum, through randomity sufficiently repetitious or similar to constitute another static.

DN AXIOM 71 (revised): Randomity of the environment also changes upon interaction.

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DN AXIOM 72: There are two subdivisions to randomity: data randomity and force randomity.

DN AXIOM 72 (revised): Randomity exists as misalignment both within the organism and outside in the environment.

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DN AXIOM 73: The three degrees of randomity consist of minus randomity, optimum randomity and plus randomity.

DEFINITION: Randomity is a component factor and necessary part of motion, if motion is to continue.

This axiom stands as stated.

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DN AXIOM 74: Optimum randomity is necessary to learning.

This axiom stands as stated.

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DN AXIOM 75: The important factors in any area of randomity are effort and counter-effort. (Note: As distinguished from near perceptions of effort.)

DN AXIOM 75 (revised): Effort and counter-effort are opposing change vectors that bring about randomity in an area.

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Here are all the revised Dianetics Axioms 61 – 75 together.

DN AXIOM 61 (revised): Organisms become extinct to the degree they fail to actively support evolution.

DN AXIOM 62: Higher organisms can exist only in the degree that they are supported by the lower organisms.

DN AXIOM 63 (revised): The usefulness of an organism is determined by the alignment of its efforts toward evolution.

DN AXIOM 64 (revised): The mind perceives the environment and aligns or fails to align the perceptions within its data matrix.

DEFINITION: A datum is an aligned perception of environment.

DEFINITION: A conclusion is the relationship vector of a group of combined data.

DN AXIOM 65 (revised): The process of thought is free association of perception with experience and postulation to bring alignment in order to direct action in the immediate or distant future.

COROLLARY: The attempt of thought is to associate present reality with experience from the past in order to predict or postulate realities of the future.

DN AXIOM 66 (revised): Life converts the potential efforts of the environment progressively to support and accomplish evolution.

DN AXIOM 67 (revised): The efforts of ICAD translate into the efforts of MEST.

DN AXIOM 68 (revised): A narrow-minded postulate becomes arbitrary in a larger context.

DN AXIOM 69 (revised): The perceptions and force from the environment are converted into data by the organism and assimilated within its data matrix.

DEFINITION: Randomity is the misalignment imposed on the organism by the environment.

DN AXIOM 70 (revised): A life organism changes as it interacts with the environment.

DN AXIOM 71 (revised): Randomity of the environment also changes upon interaction.

DN AXIOM 72 (revised): Randomity exists as misalignment both within the organism and outside in the environment.

DN AXIOM 73: The three degrees of randomity consist of minus randomity, optimum randomity and plus randomity.

DEFINITION: Randomity is a component factor and necessary part of motion, if motion is to continue.

DN AXIOM 74: Optimum randomity is necessary to learning.

DN AXIOM 75 (revised): Effort and counter-effort are opposing change vectors that bring about randomity in an area.

 

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