Dianetics Axioms 31 – 45

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Reference: The Dianetic Axioms

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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 31: Wrongness is always miscalculation of effort.

Basic wrongness occurs when postulates are determined in a narrow-context and they become fixed.

DN AXIOM 31 (revised): Wrongness is always narrow-mindedness.

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DN AXIOM 32: THETA can exert itself directly or extensionally.

THETA can direct physical application of the organism to the environment or, through the mind, can first calculate the action or extend, as in language, ideas.

It is the organism that is exerting itself because of its intrinsic nature as evolved by DELTA. That intrinsic nature is made up of ICAD. Nothing else is exerting on its behalf.

DN AXIOM 32 (revised): The organism can exert itself directly or extensionally.

The organism can direct the environment or, through the mind, can first calculate the action or extend, as in language, ideas.

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DN AXIOM 33: Conclusions are directed toward the inhibition, maintenance or accelerations of efforts.

Conclusion to evolve may inhibit, maintain or accelerate certain efforts.

DN AXIOM 33 (revised): Conclusions are directed toward the efforts to bring order.

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DN AXIOM 34: The common denominator of all life organisms is motion.

All life organisms have evolved through a metaphysical law that brings order. This law is just the opposite of the physical law of entropy. It aims at bringing order by establishing alignment among what is there. We may call it the metaphysical Law of Alignment.

DN AXIOM 34 (revised): The common denominator of all life organisms is the Law of Alignment.

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DN AXIOM 35: Effort of an organism to survive or succumb is physical motion of a life organism at a given moment in time through space.

DEFINITION: Motion is any change in orientation in space.

DEFINITION: Force is random effort.

DEFINITION: Effort is directed force.

The Law of Alignment has worked through trial and error to bring evolution to the level of humans. With the introduction of sentience, the focus among humans is to consolidate all the trial and error efforts into precisely stated physical and metaphysical laws. As this is accomplished the evolution should start to speed up.

DN AXIOM 35 (revised): Effort of organism is to evolve by aligning what is there at any given moment.

DEFINITION: Alignment is the establishment of continuity, harmony and consistency.

DEFINITION: Force is the effort to overcome resistance to alignment.

DEFINITION: Effort is the vector of change.

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DN AXIOM 36: An organism’s effort can be to remain at rest or persist in a given motion.

Static state has position in time, but an organism which is remaining positionally in a static state, if alive, is still continuing a highly complex pattern of motion, such as the heartbeat, digestion, etc.

The efforts of organisms to survive or succumb are assisted, compelled or opposed by the efforts of other organisms, matter, energy, space and time.

DEFINITION: Attention is a motion which must remain at an optimum effort.

Attention is aberrated by becoming unfixed and sweeping at random or becoming too fixed without sweeping.

Unknown threats to survival when sensed cause attention to sweep without fixing.

Known threats to survival when sensed cause attention to fix.

DN AXIOM 36 (revised): An organism’s effort can be to remain at a level of evolution or to persist in a given course of evolution.

Progress is both physical and metaphysical evolution. The efforts of organisms to bring alignment and evolve are assisted by the efforts of other organisms.

DEFINITION: Attention is a rate of alignment which must remain at an optimum effort.

Attention is aberrated by becoming unfixed and sweeping at random or becoming too fixed without sweeping.

Unknown threats to alignment when sensed cause attention to sweep without fixing. Known threats to survival when sensed cause attention to fix.

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DN AXIOM 37: The ultimate goal of LAMBDA is infinite survival.

Any attempt toward infinite survival is contrary to the goal of evolution. Infinite survival is, basically, a self-centric and subjective goal.

DN AXIOM 37 (revised): The ultimate goal of LAMBDA is infinite evolution.

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DN AXIOM 38: Death is abandonment by THETA of a life organism or race or species where these can no longer serve THETA in its goals of infinite survival.

DN AXIOM 38 (revised): Death is extinction of a life organism or race or species where these can no longer serve the goal of infinite evolution.

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DN AXIOM 39: The reward of an organism engaging upon survival activity is pleasure.

DN AXIOM 39 (revised): Well-aligned and smooth progress is always pleasurable.

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DN AXIOM 40: The penalty of an organism failing to engage upon survival activity, or engaging in non-survival activity, is pain.

DN AXIOM 40 (revised): Barely aligned and erratic progress is painful.

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DN AXIOM 41: The cell and virus are the primary building blocks of life organisms.

DN AXIOM 41 (revised): The DNA molecule is the primary building block of life organisms.

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DN AXIOM 42: The virus and cell are matter and energy animated and motivated in space and time by THETA.

DN AXIOM 42 (revised): The DNA molecule has enough electrons in its shells to act as a self-animated molecular computer.

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DN AXIOM 43: THETA mobilizes the virus and cell in colonial aggregations to increase potential motion and accomplish effort.

DN AXIOM 43 (revised): The DNA molecules act in combination to increase potential alignment and accomplish effort.

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DN AXIOM 44: The goal of viruses and cells is survival in space through time.

DN AXIOM 44 (revised): The goal of DNA molecules is to move to higher level of evolution.

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DN AXIOM 45: The total mission of higher organisms, viruses and cells is the same as that of the virus and cell.

DN AXIOM 45 (revised): The total mission of higher organisms is the same as that of DNA molecule.

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