Dianetics Axioms 76 – 90

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

Randomity is the misalignment that induces motion toward alignment. 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 vectors 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.

DN AXIOM 78 (revised): Randomity becomes intense in direct ratio to misalignment and smallness of the area.

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

An engram is an area of randomity.

DN AXIOM 79 (revised): Initial randomity can be reinforced by additional misalignment.

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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 is the sequence in which events are experienced. A chain of similarity can be established for randomities plotted against time. A misunderstood word or action are examples of such randomities. Randomity underlying 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 associated by their similarities plotted against time. Similar words and actions contained in randomities may have their own associations plotted against time.

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DN AXIOM 81: Sanity consists of optimum randomity.

Optimum randomity is misalignment that just right for the person confronted with it. It keeps him engaged with the right amount of effort to resolve it. This is sanity.

DN AXIOM 81 (revised): Optimum randomity keeps the person engaged sanely.

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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.

DN AXIOM 82(revised): Departure from sanity exists to the degree there is non-optimum randomity in the environment or past data of an organism, group or species.

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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 ability to bring alignment.

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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.

DN AXIOM 84 (revised): The self-determinism of an organism increases as it is supported by just the right randomity.

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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.

DN AXIOM 85 (revised): The self-determinism of an organism reduces as it is overwhelmed by too little or too much randomity.

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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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