Dianetics Axioms 151 – 165

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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 151: Whether an organism has the goal of surviving or succumbing depends upon the amount of plus or minus randomity it has reactivated. (Not residual.)

It is not a matter or surviving or succumbing. It is a matter of being rational or irrational. It all depends on how much misalignment with natural law has been reactivated.

DN AXIOM 151 (Revised): Whether an organism is acting rationally or irrationally depends upon the amount of misalignment it has reactivated (not residual).

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DN AXIOM 152: Survival is accomplished only by motion.

The goal is not survival but evolution, which is attained by alignment with natural laws.

DN AXIOM 152 (Revised): Evolution is accomplished only by alignment with natural laws.

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DN AXIOM 153: In the physical universe the absence of motion is vanishment.

This is a universe of change. There can never be absence of motion. There is only alignment or misalignment with natural laws. Alignment brings order. Misalignment brings chaos. Chaos vanishes as it turns into order.  When you see things as they are the confusion vanishes.

DN AXIOM 153 (Revised): As this universe evolves chaos and confusion vanishes.

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DN AXIOM 154: Death is the equivalent to life of total lack of life-motivated motion.

At death the organism ceases to be self-controlled and the body starts to disintegrate.

DN AXIOM 154 (Revised): Death is the equivalent of life resetting itself.

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DN AXIOM 155: Acquisition of prosurvival matter and energy or organisms in space and time means increased motion.

DN AXIOM 155 (Revised): Acquisition of aligned elements and entities increases the rate of evolution.

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DN AXIOM 156: Loss of prosurvival matter and energy or organisms in space and time means decreased motion.

DN AXIOM 156 (Revised): Loss of aligned elements and entities decreases the rate of evolution.

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DN AXIOM 157: Acquisition or proximity of matter, energy or organisms which assist the survival of an organism increases the survival potentials of an organism.

DN AXIOM 157 (Revised): Acquisition or proximity of entities, which add to organism’s ability to bring alignment, increases the longevity of the organism.

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DN AXIOM 158: Acquisition or proximity of matter, energy or organisms which inhibit the survival of an organism decreases its survival potential.

DN AXIOM 158 (Revised): Acquisition or proximity of entities, which inhibit organism’s ability to bring alignment, decreases the longevity of the organism.

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DN AXIOM 159: Gain of survival energy, matter or organisms increases the freedom of an organism.

DN AXIOM 159 (Revised): Gain of ability to bring alignment increases the freedom of an organism.

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DN AXIOM 160: Receipt or proximity of non-survival energy, matter or time decreases the freedom of motion of an organism.

DN AXIOM 160 (Revised): Loss of ability to bring alignment decreases the freedom of an organism.

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DN AXIOM 161: The control center attempts the halting or lengthening of time, the expansion or contraction of space and the decrease or increase of energy and matter.

This is a primary source of invalidation, and it is also a primary source of aberration.

Assimilation of unaligned perceptions received by the control center also requires adjustments of its own contents during free association. If the control center is unwilling to allow any changes in its contents (experiential matrix) then there are fixations. Any fixation within a control center will be a primary source of aberration.

DN AXIOM 161 (Revised): When the control center resists any changes in its content (the experiential matrix) it becomes a primary source of aberration.

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DN AXIOM 162: Pain is the balk of effort by counter-effort in great intensity, whether that effort is to remain at rest or in motion.

In other words, pain is the manifestation of misalignment of great intensity. That means underlying any intense misalignment there must be pain. Thus, a lot of pain must underlie those who are in the mental asylum. A lot of pain must underlie those who have lost all hope.

DN AXIOM 162 (Revised): Pain is the manifestation of misalignment of great intensity.

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DN AXIOM 163: Perception, including pain, can be exhausted from an area of plus or minus randomity, still leaving the effort and counter-effort of that plus or minus randomity.

Exhaustion of perception and pain means straightening out of the misalignment. This would require a rational explanation for the misalignment and a different understanding of the effort and counter-effort.

DN AXIOM 163 (Revised): The pain can be exhausted by discovering rationality and understanding that realigns effort and counter-effort.

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DN AXIOM 164: The rationality of the mind depends upon an optimum reaction toward time.

DEFINITION: Sanity, the computation of futures.

DEFINITION: Neurotic, the computation of present time only.

DEFINITION: Psychotic, computation only of past situations.

Space and time are part of frequency which forms the context. Neither space nor time forms the context because they are not independent of each other. Alignment of frequency determines the rationality within that context.

DN AXIOM 164 (Revised): The rationality of the mind depends upon the recognition of alignments within a broad context.

DEFINITION: Sanity is the recognition of alignments within a universal context.

DEFINITION: Neurotic is the focus on alignments within a narrow present.

DEFINITION: Psychotic is the focus on alignments within some narrow past.

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DN AXIOM 165: Survival pertains only to the future.

COROLLARY: Succumb pertains only to the present and past.

DN AXIOM 165 (Revised): Evolution is awareness of the universal context.

COROLLARY: Lack of evolution is fixation on a narrow context.

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