Dianetics Axioms 136 – 150

natural-law

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 136: The mind is plastically capable of recording all efforts and counter-efforts.

DN AXIOM 136 (Revised): The counter-efforts from the environment either get assimilated in the control center or just get inserted.

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DN AXIOM 137: A counter-effort accompanied by sufficient (enrandomed) force impresses the facsimile of the counter-effort personality into the mind of an organism.

DN AXIOM 137 (Revised): A heavy counter-effort from the environment gets inserted into the control center as a complete “package” without assimilation.

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DN AXIOM 138: Aberration is the degree of residual plus or minus randomity accumulated by compelling, inhibiting or unwarranted assisting of efforts on the part of other organisms or the physical (material) universe.

Aberration is caused by what is done to the individual, not what the individual does, plus his self-determinism about what has been done to him.

The misalignments among the efforts of “the organism and environment” reflect in misalignments among the perceptions reaching the control center. Such misalignments either get resolved with the help of the experiential matrix in the control center or not. Signals sent out from the control center to the organism are rational or irrational accordingly.

It is not a matter of whether it is done by the environment to the individual, or done by individual to the environment. It is a matter of the ability of the control center to resolve the misalignments. That would depend on the strength the control center in terms of its alignment with natural laws.

DN AXIOM 138 (Revised): Signals sent out from control center to organism are rational or irrational to the degree the control center is able to resolve misalignments.

Aberration is not caused by what is done to the individual. It exists only when the individual is unable to resolve misalignments.

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DN AXIOM 139: Aberrated behavior consists of destructive effort toward prosurvival data or entities on any dynamic, or effort toward the survival of contrasurvival data or entities for any dynamic.

DN AXIOM 139 (Revised): Aberrated behavior is not targeting anybody or anything. It is simply irrational and disorderly.

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DN AXIOM 140: A valence is a facsimile personality made capable of force by the counter-effort of the moment of receipt into the plus or minus randomity of unconsciousness.

A valence is the coherence among counter-efforts, which appears as a “personality”. It forms a package of coherent perceptions that cannot be aligned with the experiential matrix of the control center. The original “personality” of the control center is aligned with the natural laws, but a valence is not. The surrounding universal experiential field represents those natural laws.

DN AXIOM 140 (Revised): A valence is the coherence among counter-efforts, which appears as a “personality”, and which cannot be aligned with the experiential matrix of the control center.

Valences may appear assistive, compulsive or inhibitive but they are in conflict with natural laws. A control center is not a valence because it is aligned with natural laws.

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DN AXIOM 141: A control center effort is aligned toward a goal through definite space as a recognized incident in time.

DN AXIOM 141 (Revised): A control center is made up of a package of efforts of unique alignment consistent with natural laws.

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DN AXIOM 142: An organism is as healthy and sane as it is self-determined.

The environmental control of the organism motor controls inhibits the organism’s ability to change with the changing environment, since the organism will attempt to carry forward with one set of responses when it needs by self-determinism to create another to survive in another environment.

DN AXIOM 142 (Revised): An organism is as healthy and sane as it is aligned with natural laws.

The organism attempts to align the efforts of the environment to natural laws. The environment may change but it remains aligned to the natural laws. This keeps the organism self-determined and able to change with the changing environment.

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DN AXIOM 143: All learning is accomplished by random effort.

All learning takes place with the alignment of random efforts. At the beginning of evolution the approach was trial and error until the natural laws took shape. Now it is a matter of learning the natural laws and aligning the random efforts to them. This makes the learning process much faster.

DN AXIOM 143 (Revised): All learning is accomplished by aligning random efforts to natural laws.

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DN AXIOM 144: A counter-effort producing sufficient plus or minus randomity to record is recorded with an index of space and time as hidden as the remainder of its content.

Anything not aligned with the experiential content of the control center will appear to be hidden. “Recording” really means alignment with natural laws because then it can easily be reconstructed as memory using pertinent indexes. The key index is “space-time” or frequency of disturbance.

DN AXIOM 144 (Revised): A counter-effort as disturbance is indexed by frequency. It is hidden to the extent that frequency is not in harmony with the natural control center.

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DN AXIOM 145: A counter-effort producing sufficient plus or minus randomity when activated by re-stimulation exerts itself against the environment or the organism without regard to space and time, except reactivated perceptions.

DN AXIOM 145 (Revised): The heavy counter-effort is embedded in the control center without assimilation. Therefore, when activated, it sends back signals of its original literal frequency, which reproduce the same counter-efforts as were originally felt by the organism.

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DN AXIOM 146: Counter-efforts are directed out from the organism until they are further enrandomed by the environ at which time they again activate against the control center.

DN AXIOM 146 (Revised): Restimulation of counter-efforts makes the organism behave the same way as before, even when the environment is now different. So, additional misalignments get embedded in the control center.

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DN AXIOM 147: An organism’s mind employs counter-efforts effectively only so long as insufficient plus or minus randomity exists to hide differentiation of the facsimiles created.

DN AXIOM 147 (Revised): The control center sends out effective guidance to the organism only when the counter-efforts get assimilated within it.

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DN AXIOM 148: Physical laws are learned by life energy only by impingement of the physical universe producing randomity, and a withdrawal from that impingement.

DN AXIOM 148 (Revised): The laws of the universe are learned when trial and error leads to optimum alignment of efforts.

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DN AXIOM 149: Life depends upon an alignment of force vectors in the direction of survival and the nullification of force vectors in the direction of succumb in order to survive.

COROLLARY: Life depends upon an alignment of force vectors in the direction of succumb and the nullification of force vectors in the direction of survive in order to succumb.

DN AXIOM 149 (Revised): It is neither survival nor succumb that is the goal. The goal is evolution. Life depends on the understanding of natural laws and alignment with it.

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DN AXIOM 150: Any area of randomity gathers to it situations similar to it which do not contain actual efforts but only perceptions.

DN AXIOM 150 (Revised): An area of randomity is an area of misalignment and confusion. It gathers to it similar perceptions by association.

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