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DIANETICS: Release or Clear

Reference: Hubbard 1950: Dianetics TMSMH

These are some comments on the chapter “Release or Clear” from  DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH.

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Release or Clear

Dianetics lays down the milestones of “release” and “clear,” but these are quite general. Actually, a person improves on a gradient. His unwanted conditions get handled as he improves. The improvement continues beyond any “milestones.” In fact, there is no limit to improvement. 

The improvement occurs in terms of clearing a person’s upsets, pain, psychosomatic illnesses, fixed ideas, aberrations, and general ignorance.

Hubbard insists that a clear has complete recall of everything which has ever happened to him or anything he has ever studied. It is not quite that simple. The memory is not a recording of perceptions that get stored in the mind. The sensations from environment simply get assimilated in a mental matrix in real time and become perceptions. Memories are the reconstruction of perceptions on ad hoc basis. The clearer is the mind the more precise is the reconstruction. 

There is no ready made storage  of memories in the mind. Actual memories are ad hoc reconstruction of perceptions in the mental matrix.

The sensations of traumatic experience do not get assimilated, and therefore, they never become perceptions in the first place. Traumatic sensations remain in the mind as unassimilated impressions. There is no memory of them. The whole idea of clearing is assimilating such sensations when one does not even know what they are. This is tricky. It is only upon their assimilation that one becomes aware of them.

Clearing is the process of assimilating unknown sensations of traumatic experiences. It results in the improvement of personal condition.

Dianetics “clear” is an idealized state imagined for an individual. It has never been realized in Dianetics or Scientology. Dianetics “release” is a state of release from an unwanted condition. It is an improved personal condition.

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DIANETICS: The Mind’s Protection

Reference: Hubbard 1950: Dianetics TMSMH

These are some comments on the chapter “The Mind’s Protection” from  DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH.

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The Mind’s Protection

It has been known for centuries that when one is in a secure environment and does not interfere with the mind, then the mind takes care of itself by gently unwinding its stress. That is why meditation has been successful over the centuries.

The mind is a self-protecting mechanism as long as it is not interfered with. Many of older practices of psychiatry and hypnotism have been injurious to the mind when they have heavily interfered with it. Basically this chapter is saying that Dianetics is safe to apply because it is designed not to interfere with the mind. But it does not mean that Dianetics cannot be injurious when it is misapplied.

Dianetics cautions one against the use of drugs and hypnotism. It also has a theory that provides one with a better understanding of the mind. However, Dianetics is much safer when its principles are applied by oneself in meditation, rather than getting audited by another. The recommended approach is Subject Clearing.

The goal of Dianetics is to assimilate the unknown sensations from the traumas in one’s life. 

These sensations are unknown because they do not become perceptions until they are assimilated. Therefore, it requires certain skill to sort out these sensations while still in the dark. Subject Clearing provides a simple but very effective approach to applying the Dianetic techniques. A person can safely apply the meditative and contemplative approach of subject clearing to heal oneself. 

The comments in the subsequent chapters examines the Dianetics techniques for their use through the subject clearing approach. 

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DIANETICS AXIOMS 151 to 165

The remaining axioms of Dianetics are now presented here. These axioms were put together by Hubbard to demonstrate the preciseness of Dianetics.

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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.)

DN AXIOM 152: Survival is accomplished only by motion.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

DN AXIOM 165: Survival pertains only to the future.

COROLLARY: Succumb pertains only to the present and past.

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DIANETICS: Preventive Dianetics

Reference: Hubbard 1950: Dianetics TMSMH

These are some comments on the chapter “Preventive Dianetics” from  DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH.

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Preventive Dianetics

When one knows the cause of aberration and psychosomatic illness, he can do a great deal toward preventing them. The cause are engrams. When an engram has verbal content, it becomes most severely aberrative. When it contains antagonism on an emotional level, it becomes very destructive. When it is intensely pro-survival in content it is most certainly capable of thoroughly deranging a life. Understanding engrams, we may prevent them or, at least, hold them to minimal content.

Engrams are traumatic sensations of shock, injury and confusion that did not get assimilated. They manifest as aberrations and psychosomatic illnesses only when restimulated continually. 

Engrams can make one accident prone. Preventive Dianetics addresses this problem in two phases: first the prevention of engrams, and second, the prevention of the key-in. 

Engrams are prevented by maintaining silence in the presence of injury. Do what has to be done for the injured and do it in silence. Maintain silence in the presence of birth. Say nothing while a person is being operated upon. Say nothing when there is a street accident. Don’t talk! To speak, no matter what is said, is to threaten his sanity. And the maintaining of silence does not mean a volley of “Sh’s,” for those make stammerers. 

The maintenance of silence around any “unconscious” or injured person is second in importance only to preventing the “unconsciousness” in the first place.

Preventive Dianetics, in the sphere of the home, must place emphasis on the woman in order to safeguard the child. A woman who is pregnant should be given every consideration. If she falls, she should be helped—but silently. She must not be expected to carry heavy things. Women who lead peasant lives, doing heavy labor, are subject to all manner of accident. When it is known that any injury to the mother can create an engram in the unborn child, it should be the concern of all those present during such an injury, including the mother, to maintain a complete and utter silence. Any remark is aberrative in an engram.

The mother, then, should be extremely gentle on herself during pregnancy and those around her should be entirely informed of the necessity for silence after any jar or injury.

Preventive Dianetics, then, on the level of the individual, asks for cleared parents and then precaution against the aberrating of the child, and further precaution against the keying-in of any aberration the child might have received. Key-in is prevented by providing a calm and harmonious atmosphere which is not restimulative. If the child appears to be restimulated despite kindly treatment, he can be removed to another environment. Drooling sympathy, when the child is sick or hurt, should be avoided.

A kind, affectionate and unrestimulative environment is necessary for a child’s growth. 

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DIANETICS AXIOMS 141 to 150

The next ten axioms of Dianetics are also presented here. These axioms were put together by Hubbard to demonstrate the preciseness of Dianetics. Revisions are proposed based on consistency with Buddhism.

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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.

The mental matrix forms the control center of the organism. It operates optimally when in sync with the natural laws. Its primary goal is to evolve by resolving anomalies as it comes across them. 

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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.

Everything operates according to the laws of nature. The environment seems to control the organism only when the organism is unable to assimilate the effects of the environment. That is an anomaly.

DN AXIOM 142 (Proposed): An organism is as healthy and sane as it is able to resolve anomalies in real time.

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

At the beginning of evolution, learning was accomplished by random efforts of trial and error. As natural laws evolved, the effort became mainly to understand and apply the natural laws. Random effort was required only when natural laws needed to be extended to resolve anomalies fully. 

DN AXIOM 143 (Proposed): All learning is accomplished by knowing natural laws and resolving anomalies.

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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 assimilated in the mental matrix will appear to be hidden. “Recording” exists only in the form of unassimilated traumatic sensations. Space and time index is assigned only upon assimilation.

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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.

A counter-effort producing sufficient plus or minus randomity is actually the traumatic sensation that did not get assimilated. Therefore, when activated, it generates the same counter-efforts as were originally felt by the organism, without regard to space and time.

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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.

Restimulation of counter-efforts makes the organism behave the same way as before, even when the environment is now different. So, additional misalignments come about that the control center must handle.

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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.

The control center sends out effective guidance to the organism as long as the mental matrix is not overwhelmed by the intensity of restimulated counter-efforts.

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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.

The laws of the universe are learned when anomalies are properly recognized and resolved.

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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.

The ultimate goal is evolution. Survive and succumb depends upon whether the organism is able to resolve anomalies or not.

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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.

An area of randomity is an area of misalignment and confusion. It gathers to it similar perceptions by association.

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Summary of Axioms

The mental matrix forms the control center of the organism. Its primary goal is to evolve by being fully aware of the natural laws and to keep learning by resolving anomalies in real time. The environment seems to control the organism only when the organism fails to assimilate the effects of the environment. Anything not assimilated is hidden from awareness, but it upsets the functioning of the organism and generates anomalies. Resolution of anomalies assimilates the effects of the environment.

An organism is as healthy and sane as it is able to resolve anomalies in real time.

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DIANETICS: Keying-in the Engram

Reference: Hubbard 1950: Dianetics TMSMH

These are some comments on the chapter “Keying-in the Engram” from  DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH.

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Keying-in the Engram

The aberrations and the psychosomatic illness of the organism persist simply because their source not known. The individual attributes his troubles to certain known incidents, because he cannot perceive the actual source—the hidden engrams. He does so because the known incidents are the key-ins.

The key-in is a mild incident that activates a dormant engram. 

The engram was received some time in the past. But it was dormant waiting to be processed. Now it is activated by an incident that contains something similar to the content of the engram. There could  be many more similar incidents, but none of them are the source of his troubles. The individual is not “conditioned” to act in a certain way because of these “memories.” All such incidents stay in his memory only because of the hidden engram. Nothing short of the processing of the hidden engram shall handle his troubles. When the engram is finally processed and assimilated, all these troubling memories also go away and become a part of experience..

The conscious level incidents described as the causes of trouble, are never the actual cause.

A person may spend an entire youth without displaying any aberration. Then a normal event, such as, marriage and having children, takes place. And, suddenly, we find him acting in a very abberated manner. Maybe something happened when he was weary or ill, that keyed-in the first engram. This may then have the effect of keying-in more engrams. 

We are looking at a key-in when a sudden decline occurs without a traumatic incident present.

Any operation under anaesthetic, any drugging, or hypnotizing of a patient may bring about the keying-in of engrams. Any time the body is tired and weary, an engram may be keyed-in. It is possible that a new engram may key-in old engrams. Engrams are timeless things unless they are arranged properly on the time track. 

These conscious-level experiences are at best guide-posts leading toward the actual seat of trouble.

Corporal punishment shuts down the consciousness to some extent. It restimulates old punishments as minor engrams, which rest usually on major engrams. Punishment only causes reactions, which take one of five forms: attack, flee, avoid, neglect or succumb. Man is usually quite resilient  and acts rationally in spite of engrams. But only when the law of affinity begins to be broken and becomes part of engrams, do human beings become a punishment source and make matters worse in the long run.

Keep up the punishment cycle and the prisons will get more numerous and more full.

The cycle begins with a large number of engrams before birth. It gathers more in the dependent and rather helpless condition post-birth. Punishments of various kinds during childhood key-in the engrams. New engrams enter that also involve the earlier ones. Similar incidents accumulate. Illness occur, and aberrated actions set in.

Short of processing the engrams, some relief may be brought about through environmental change, education and physical treatment. 

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DIANETICS AXIOMS 131 to 140

The next ten axioms of Dianetics are also presented here. These axioms were put together by Hubbard to demonstrate the preciseness of Dianetics. Revisions are proposed based on consistency with Buddhism.

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

The force of impact which gives the pc an engram is a counter-effort. The perceptics are the sense messages that arrive at the mental matrix from the sense organs but they are difficult to assimilate.

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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 stays in a holding area when it cannot be assimilated in the mental matrix. Similar perceptics when they arrive from the environment and get assimilated, may form a bridge to the engram. That allows the counter-efforts of the engram to enter the mental matrix and impinge on the organism. This mechanism is called restimulation.

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

Self-determinism is the function of the mental matrix. Restimulation occurs because perceptics similar to the counter-effort are active in the mental matrix. The unassimilated counter-efforts simply ride on them and appear to be coming from the perceptics within the mental matrix.

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

Counter-effort reactivated by the presence of similar activated content in the mental matrix then impinges upon 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.

The perceptions are those from the environment and not from the engram, but then pain is from the reactivation of the counter-efforts in the engram. These counter-efforts also modify the effort of the organism.

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

The perceptics from environment remain as recordings until they are assimilated in the mental matrix. The force of the counter-effort remains as long as they are not completely assimilated.

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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.

The unassimilated perceptics of the counter-effort contain the impressions of personalities involved in the engram. The force that impinges on he organism through the mental matrix contains the impressions of these personalities that color the “I” of the mental matrix.

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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.

Other organisms and the physical universe are part of the environment. Therefore, efforts and counter-efforts cause plus and minus randomity that appear as misalignments in the efforts of the organism. These misalignments are the aberrations displayed by the organism. The mental matrix, with the engramic contents not assimilated cannot do anything about these aberrations. The only solution is the assimilation of the engramic content. 

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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.

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 mental matrix. The original “personality” of the mental matrix  is aligned with the natural laws, but a valence is not. The surrounding universal matrix represents those natural laws.

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Summary of Axioms

The force of impact which gives the pc an engram is a counter-effort. The perceptics are the sense messages that arrive at the mental matrix from the sense organs but they are difficult to assimilate. They remain a holding area as an engram. Similar sense messages when they arrive from the environment and are assimilated, may form a bridge to the engram. That allows the force of the engram to enter the mental matrix and impinge on the organism. This is restimulation.

Restimulation occurs because sense messages similar to the engram have access to the mental matrix. The force of the unassimilated engram simply rides on them and appears to be coming from the mental matrix itself. Therefore it appears as something self-determined. The perceptions are those from the environment and not from the engram, but then pain is from the engram, and its force modifies the effort of the organism.

The sense messages from environment remain as recordings until they are assimilated in the mental matrix. The force of the engram continues to ride on them. The unassimilated engram contain the impressions of personalities involved in the traumatic incident. The force that impinges on he organism contains the impressions of these personalities that color the “I” of the mental matrix.

Other organisms and the physical universe are part of the environment. Through restimulation, they cause misalignments in the efforts of the organism that appear as aberrations. The mental matrix cannot do anything about these aberrations short of assimilating the engramic content. The aberrated behavior is not really intentional. It is simply irrational and disorderly.

A valence is part of the force from the engram, which appears as a “personality”. The original “personality” of the mental matrix is aligned with the natural laws of the surrounding universal matrix, but a valence is not.

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DIANETICS: Contagion of Aberration

Reference: Hubbard 1950: Dianetics TMSMH

These are some comments on the chapter “Contagion of Aberration” from  DIANETICS: THE MODERN SCIENCE OF MENTAL HEALTH.

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Contagion of Aberration

Aberrations are contagious. They are passed along through dramatizations of engrams just like disease are carried by germs. The common source of contagion is somebody dramatizing his engram around an “unconscious” person; for example, on operating table under anaesthetic, after an accident, or when sick or injured. The father and mother, in dramatizing their own engrams around sick or injured children, pass them along just as certainly as if those engrams were bacteria. This is how misconceptions and poor data also gets manifested in a society’s culture.

Aberration passes from people to other people in a society like a communicable disease does.

Aberration is also passed through the programming recorded on the genes. Birth itself may contribute to contagion as it can be a very painful experience for both mother and child that causes unconsciousness. Mother and child can then become mutually restimulative to each other. If the husband has been aberrated, he will have aberrated or restimulated his wife and children in one way or another, even when he used no physical violence upon them.

Aberration passes from parents to children in a family.

In the larger sphere of society contagion of aberration is extremely dangerous and cannot but be considered as a vital factor in undermining the health of that society. A society which practices punishment of any kind against any of its members is carrying on a contagion of aberration. Contagion of aberration is never more apparent than in that social insanity called war.

Engrams enter from the exterior world into the hidden recesses below rational thinking and prevent rational answers being reached. This is exterior-determinism. Any interference with self-determinism cannot but lead to wrong computations. Forced groups are invariably less efficient than free groups working for the common good. 

In a society, the passing of aberration has much more severe consequences than the passing of misinformation alone.

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DIANETICS AXIOMS 121 to 130

The next ten axioms of Dianetics are also presented here. These axioms were put together by Hubbard to demonstrate the preciseness of Dianetics. Revisions are proposed based on consistency with Buddhism.

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DN AXIOM 121: Every thought has been preceded by physical action.

The actions of a life organism are the result of signals from the mental matrix. The signals are the result of free association in mental matrix of  perceptions being received. Perceptions are the result of the interaction of attention with the environment. Putting attention on the environment is part of action. We do know that the life organism is evolving while bringing order to its environment.

DN AXIOM 121 (Proposed): Thought and actions flow together to bring order and evolution.

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

The environment consists of random efforts. These random efforts are perceived by the life organisms. The mental matrix assimilates these perceptions bringing alignment to them through free association. The resulting signals are converted by the body into actions that align the efforts in the environment. The whole cycle aligns the random efforts in the environment.

DN AXIOM 122 (Proposed): The life organism aligns efforts in the environment the same way that 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.

The common denominator between pain and loss is the large amount of misalignment that are preventing the perceptions from being assimilated in the mental matrix. The misalignment and the resulting pain and loss stay in place until resolved. Therefore, the organism is simply facing difficulty in resolving the misalignment; it is not holding on to the pain and engrams.

DN AXIOM 123 (Proposed): All effort concerned with pain and loss is concerned with assimilating misaligned perceptions.

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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 bringing alignments among them. The success of this depends on the past experience in that area, the existing alignment within the mental matrix, and the coordination between the mind and the body.

DN AXIOM 124 (Proposed): The amount of counter-effort the organism can overcome is proportional to the assimilation of its experience and the coordination of the body.

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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.

The perceptions of excessive counter-effort cannot be assimilated upon arriving at the mental matrix because the misalignment is too great. Therefore, those perceptions are not available to the mental matrix. This results in lack of consciousness of what is taking place. If this continues, the person may go into a dreamlike state.

DN AXIOM 125 (Proposed): Excessive counter-effort to the effort of a life organism produces unconsciousness because the perceptions of excessive counter-effort cannot be immediately assimilated in the mental matrix.

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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 awareness of the organism lies in the assimilated condition of the mental matrix that interfaces with the body circuits. When the perception of excessive counter-efforts cannot be assimilated, they form their own “alt-mental matrix” and develop their own separate interface with the body circuits. The alt-mental matrix serves as alternate awareness of a valence (alternate personality).

DN AXIOM 126 (Proposed): Misaligned perceptions from excessive counter-efforts may generate an alternate awareness with its own control center. 

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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.

Perception is the process of capturing data from the environment through the sense channels. All perceptions reaching the organism’s sense channels are forwarded to the mental matrix for assimilation. Upon assimilation the perceptions become part of one’s awareness. Those perceptions that are not assimilated remain in their raw recorded form and one is not aware of them. Assimilated perceptions can easily be reconstructed in the mental matrix upon recall. The unassimilated perceptions influence the organism causing aberrations, and they cannot be recalled easily.

DN AXIOM 127 (Proposed): Data from environment is converted into perceptions by the sense channels, which is then assimilated in the mental matrix. Assimilated perceptions are regained through reconstruction upon recall.

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

DN AXIOM 128 (Proposed): Assimilated perceptions can easily be reconstructed and regained upon recall.

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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 perceptions are recorded by the sense channels but the organism is not aware of them until they are assimilated in the mental matrix. Perceptions containing plus and minus randomity are difficult to assimilate, and therefore they become “occluded.” Such unassimilated perceptions cannot be recalled.

DN AXIOM 129 (Proposed): Unassimilated perceptions become “occluded,” and they are difficult to recall.

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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 (Proposed): Lack of assimilation is all that interposes between the perceptions of counter-efforts and their recall.

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Summary of Axioms

Ideally thoughts and actions must flow harmoniously to bring order in the environment. The life organism aligns efforts in the environment the same way that the mind aligns thoughts. The amount of counter-effort the organism can overcome is proportional to the assimilation of its experience and coordination of the body.

Data from environment is converted into perceptions by the sense channels, which is then assimilated in the mental matrix. Assimilated perceptions are easily reconstructed upon recall. Unassimilated perceptions are “occluded,” and they are difficult to recall. Excessive counter-effort to the effort of a life organism produces unconsciousness because the perceptions of excessive counter-effort cannot be immediately assimilated in the mental matrix. 

All effort concerned with pain and loss is concerned with assimilating misaligned perceptions. Misaligned perceptions from excessive counter-efforts may generate an alternate awareness with its own control center. Lack of assimilation is all that interposes between the perceptions of counter-efforts and their recall.

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