Dianetics Axioms 121 – 135

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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 121: Every thought has been preceded by physical action.

A thought is “control center guiding the effort of the organism”. The control center is “perception of efforts aligned through free association”. Random efforts are part of PHI. Control center is part of THETA. It is a question like, “Which came first – THETA or PHI?” We do know that PHI is gradually being converted to THETA per the Law of Alignment.

DN AXIOM 121 (Revised): Every thought has a counterpart in physical action.

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DN AXIOM 122: The mind does with thought as it has done with entities in the physical universe.

The organism converts random efforts into random thoughts, aligns the thoughts through free association, and then converts the aligned thoughts back into aligned efforts. The part of the organism that receives and executes efforts is the physique. The part of the organism that deals with thought is the mind. The whole idea is to convert randomity into order.

DN AXIOM 122 (Revised): The physique aligns efforts the same way as the mind aligns thoughts.

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DN AXIOM 123: All effort concerned with pain is concerned with loss.

Organisms hold pain and engrams to them as a latent effort to prevent loss of some portion of the organism.

All loss is a loss of motion.

Pain occurs at effort level, whereas, loss occurs at thought level. Pain is a sensation, whereas, loss is a feeling. Both are due to misalignment. Pain and loss are equivalent.

It is not the organism that is holding on pain and engrams. The misalignment and the resulting pain and loss stay in place until resolved with proper postulates.

DN AXIOM 123 (Revised): All effort to handle pain is equivalent to all thoughts to handle loss.

Pain and loss stay in place until the underlying misalignment is resolved by straightening out the postulates.

All loss is gap in alignment.

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DN AXIOM 124: The amount of counter-effort the organism can overcome is proportional to the THETA endowment of the organism, modified by the physique of that organism.

The organism overcomes efforts counter to its own efforts by learning to bring alignments among them. The rate of learning depends on past experience in that area. “Theta endowment” may be interpreted as a strong control center with aligned and necessary past experience, which helps align new counter-efforts. It would be assisted by organized efforts already in place in the form of the physique of that organism.

DN AXIOM 124 (Revised): The amount of counter-effort the organism can overcome is proportional to the strength of control center and physique of the organism.

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DN AXIOM 125: Excessive counter-effort to the effort of a life organism produces unconsciousness.

COROLLARY: Unconsciousness gives the suppression of an organism’s control center by counter-effort.

DEFINITION: The control center of the organism can be defined as the contact point between THETA and the physical universe and is that center which is aware of being aware and which has charge of and responsibility for the organism along all its dynamics.

When the organism’s control center and physique is unable to align excessive counter-effort then a failure occurs and misalignment overcomes the alignment that is there. Unconsciousness is the loss of organism’s alignment.

DN AXIOM 125 (Revised): Perceptions of excessive counter-efforts suppress and take over the control center, and thus produce unconsciousness.

COROLLARY: Unconsciousness gives the suppression of an organism’s experience in control center by counter-effort.

DEFINITION: The control center is the organism’s experiences that are well-aligned within themselves and also with the surrounding experiential field.

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DN AXIOM 126: Perceptions are always received in the control center of an organism whether the control center is in control of the organism at the time or not.

This is an explanation for the assumption of valences.

The self-awareness of the organism comes from the experience in its control center which is aligned with much wider experiential field. The control center receives the perceptions, aligns them with experience and outputs the resulting signals that control the efforts of the organism.

When the experience of the organism is replaced by the insertion of perceptions from heavy counter-efforts in the environment, its awareness shuts down, but the function of the control center continues. The inserted perceptions of counter efforts then guide the efforts of the organism.

DN AXIOM 126 (Revised): The control center receives the perceptions, aligns them with its contents and outputs the signals that control the efforts of the organism. This continues even when the awareness of the organism shuts down.

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DN AXIOM 127: All perceptions reaching the organism’s sense channels are recorded and stored by THETA FACSIMILE.

DEFINITION: Perception is the process of recording data from the physical universe and storing it as a THETA FACSIMILE.

DEFINITION: Recall is the process of regaining perceptions.

DN AXIOM 127 (Revised): All physical perceptions reaching the organism’s sense channels are converted to mental equivalents that are freely associated and aligned with the contents of the control center.

DEFINITION: Perception is the process of generating mental equivalents and freely associating and aligning them with the contents of the control center.

DEFINITION: Recall is the process of reconstructing perceptions from the contents of the control center.

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DN AXIOM 128: Any organism can recall everything which it has perceived.

DN AXIOM 128 (Revised): Any organism can reconstruct everything which it has perceived.

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DN AXIOM 129: An organism displaced by plus or minus randomity is thereafter remote from the perception recording center.

Increased remoteness brings about occlusions of perceptions. One can perceive things in present time and then, because they are being recorded after they passed THETA perception of the awareness unit, they are recorded but cannot be recalled.

The original personality of the organism comes from the well-aligned experiential contents of the control center that are aligned with the surrounding experiential field. Artificial personality from severe counter-efforts of the environment may suppress the contents of the control center and take over its functions. New perceptions then get associated and aligned with this inserted personality rather than with original matrix.

DN AXIOM 129 (Revised): The original personality of the control center displaced by plus or minus randomity becomes remote.

Artificial personality of randomity takes over the functions of the control center. Perceptions are occluded and cannot be recalled by the original personality because they now get aligned with the artificial personality.

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DN AXIOM 130: THETA FACSIMILES of counter-effort are all that interpose between the control center and its recalls.

DN AXIOM 130 (Revised): Artificial personality of counter-efforts is all that interposes between the control center and its recalls.

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DN AXIOM 131: Any counter-effort received into a control center is always accompanied by all perceptics.

DN AXIOM 131 (Revised): Artificial personality of counter-efforts takes over the functions of control center including the processing of perceptions.

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DN AXIOM 132: The random counter-efforts to an organism and the intermingled perceptions in the randomity can re-exert that force upon an organism when restimulated.

DEFINITION: Restimulation is the reactivation of a past counter-effort by appearance in the organism’s environment of a similarity toward the content of the past randomity area.

The engram of random counter-efforts sits next to the personality of the control center when it cannot be assimilated. It gets activated when perceptions similar to it appear in the environment. When activated it displaces the original personality and takes over the functions of the control center.  This reactivation of the past engram is called re-stimulation.

DN AXIOM 132 (Revised): The engram of random counter-efforts to an organism can re-exert that force upon the organism when re-stimulated.

DEFINITION: Re-stimulation is the reactivation of engram of a past counter-effort by appearance in the organism’s environment of similar content.

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DN AXIOM 133: Self-determinism alone brings about the mechanism of restimulation.

Self-determinism depends on integration of counter-efforts with the experiential contents of the control center. Restimulation is the activation of counter-efforts that are sitting unassimilated alongside the experiential content.

DN AXIOM 133 (Revised): The control center lets the unassimilated engrams also to be activated.

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DN AXIOM 134: A reactivated area of the past randomity impinges the effort and the perceptions upon the organism.

DN AXIOM 134 (Revised): The engram in the control center, when reactivated, sends signals to influence the efforts of the organism.

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DN AXIOM 135: Activation of a randomity area is accomplished first by the perceptions, then by the pain, finally by the effort.

This axiom is not revised.

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