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One time or another, someone has told us: "Say what you mean!" Fact is, for the most part, we do in fact say what we mean. Problem is we rarely listen to ourselves. And, even if we did listen to ourselves, more often than not we are using a vocabulary we don't recognize.

Turns out we speak with more precision than we give ourselves credit for. Here you will find the "secret keeps itself" dictionary of words. Learn these definitions and listen to yourself. You'll learn more than you thought you knew.

Ability
To control, act, think and use without limiters or inhibitors.
Absolute
To be, independent of existence, thought or beingness in space and time.
Abstract
Something that doesn't exist yet, but will, now that someone thought of it.
Acceptance Level
The exact condition in which something has to be in order for someone in nonconfront to be willing not to destroy it.
Accessible
Able to be reached through ordinary means.
Accomplish
To bring to successful completion.
Accurate
Precise and specific--delivered without alteration.
Accuse
Having another be the focal point for one's own negativity.
Achievement
Bringing a specific action to successful completion.
Action
An incident containing motion, life, thought, cause, effect, space and time when in the universe, and not containing space or time when outside it.
Active
Intentional participation in an action, identity or relationship.
Activity Level
That specific state of ability at which a being is able to manifest itself.
Address
To place attention on or call data from a storage area of the mind.
Advice
The helpful suggestions one gives to another that one wouldn't take oneself.
Aesthetics
Those qualities put into something that gives it value to the being.
Aggression
Trying through force to impose one's own beliefs and needs onto the universe.
Agreement
Willingly and knowingly participating in a mutual action or reality.
Alteration
To change the way something seems to be without permission of the owner or originator.
Ambo
The exact point from which one delivers transit instructions.
Anchor
A solid point in space used by a being for stability and orientation.
Anger
The sensation resulting from going deeply unconscious.
Anxiety
Worry about why one worries about things that aren't happening yet.
Apparency
Something that seems to be so but probably isn't.
Application
An idea in action.
Ark
The interval between the perception and the recognition of reality. When there is no interval at all between perception and recognition one is said to be in pure Knowingness -- the Knower's Ark -- the Luminous Void.
Arrangements
Set of actions determined by the family for disposition of reamins of the deceased.
Aspect
A form, object or idea as viewed from one specific viewpoint.
Assessment
To prepare a list of items and arrange them in order of importance.
Assistance
A simple and easily performed spiritual procedure for a being that has been suddenly overwhelmed and needs help to recover some stability.
Assume
To take something for granted without checking to see whether it's true or not.
Assumption
The exact moment at which the being assumes control of a body. Taking control of a body can be obvious and known, or it can be covert and unknown control with or without the agreement of any other beings controlling parts of that body, object or particle.
Attachment
An automatic and uncontrollable desire for an object, action, condition, or relationship.
Attainment
A specific state achieved through specific effort or non-effort.
Attention
Placing awareness on a specific action, object or thought.
Attest
To testify that an action, achievement or condition is true, or as if true.
Attitude
A combination of emotions, perceptions, and beliefs about something.
Attraction
To feel compulsive desire for an object, action or condition.
Authority
Issuing directly from a source.
Automaticity
An action no longer in the awareness or control of the being.
Awakening
Freedom from entrapment while remaining in the trap.
Awareness
The impressions resulting from placing attention on something.
Axis
A Center of Gravity. Also a cooperative agency of the Jealous God World established during the recent Unpleasantness.
Barrier
Obstacle set up by the being against nothingness.
Basic Creation
That creation which was the first creation and is held in place in a crystallized form to serve as a reference for all succeeding creations or encounters with the creations of others. The Guide in his earliest form.
Basic
The original incident which started a chain of similar incidents.
Being
The idea that one can have a specific and centered consciousness which remains permanently formed.
Belief
A set of controlling factors held in place by unexamined but admired instruction from others.
Bereaved
Someone who is experiencing loss and grief because he or she doesn't know what happens after death.
Birth
Bringing a body into action.
Bodhisattva Vow
Creating the purpose for oneself to free all other beings before taking one's own final liberation.
Body
A solid form moved into as a seemingly safe refuge from transit.
Break
A sharp and sudden disconnection.
Breakthrough
Going through rather than going around or trying to avoid a barrier or limit.
Case
The being during the period of transit, or during transit preparation or training.
Catharsis
A sudden and radical evolutionary change.
Cause
The intentional creation of an object, action or condition.
Center
Being in a state of high indifference but not detachment, during an action.
Ceremony
An exact sequence of actions taken within definite limits and performed for a specific purpose.
Certainty
Any intentional action taken by the being without falling under the influence of the mind.
Chain
A sequence of events, forms, thoughts, objects or significances.
Change
To knowingly or unknowingly alter the way something is or seems to be.
Charge
Stress forming a limiter or inhibitor on the being's ability to view an incident, thus preventing the being from replicating the incident.
Chatter
Verbal communication about random thoughts aroused by the environment.
Chronic Condition
The persistence of a condition which gets triggered continually by the environment and which interferes with the being's ability and well being. The greatest chronic condition of all is immortality.
Church
An area established specifically for the purpose of recognizing one's relationship with the Guide.
Clarity
A sudden unobstructed perception without limiters or inhibitors.
Clear Light
The perception of the self without form, limit, or perception.
Coach
Someone who helps another learn a specific skill.
Command Cognition
Suddenly getting what a command means without putting a lot of other significances on it.
Command Program
A fixed idea which is so automatic and out of control that one never examines it o see whether it's true or not. Something that seems so obvious that it never needs to be looked at.
Command
A specific and exact instruction to be carried out to the exact degree indicated--no more and no less, and which is given to a student to get the student able to handle or confront something that had been unconfrontable up to that time.
Communication
The interchange of thought, action and significance.
Compassion
To have love for another without having to have it returned or acknowledged.
Compulsion
Feeling as if one is forced to do something by the influence of internal programming rather than external control.
Condition
A specific level of beingness relating to action, whether or not the condition remains stable.
Confront
To view face to face without fear of being overwhelmed.
Confusion
A state which is induced by trying to view reality while believing in an illusion.
Congenital
A habitual compulsive tendency.
Connected
A relationship formed by apparent or real similarity or significance.
Consciousness
Knowingness and awareness not dependent on the universe for its arousal or existence.
Consent
To agree to, either willingly or by enforcement.
Consideration
A belief held in place by belief.
Contribute
To intentionally add one's own actions or ideas to a specific level or purpose.
Control Command
A key phrase used to control a being with or without a body. Control through significance and valued beliefs.
Counter-program
The actions of the mechanics of the universe which keep one trapped within it.
Covert
An invisible and unknown action taken against another.
Create
To place into existence or to copy or synthesize images in space and time. To receive the intention of another and then to copy or manifest the image. To send images on the Hypnotic Band to be copied by beings or organisms in the universe. To be influenced by the images of another being and then to dramatize those images.
Crystallized
Held in a fixated condition.
Cycle
Complete action in which the end point and the starting point are the same.
Damage
To negatively alter the operating condition of an object or form.
Danger
The idea that something could become real enough to hurt or stop a being.
Data
Raw information delivered without added significance or im- portance.
Date
A specific point in space and time in which something happened.
Death
The Terminus Point through which one moves into the Clear Light.
Decay
The alteration of form required in each succeeding moment in order for an object to continuously exist.
Deceased
The being after having just dropped a body and mind but who is still attached to the last lifetime through habit.
Decision
The intention to take a specific action after viewing several alternatives.
Define
Getting something understood in terms of one's own symbols and experience.
Degree
The exact amount or level at which something exists or is.
Delay
The interval between the time an action has begun and the time it has been completed.
Deliver
Getting an idea or object to another being or location.
Demonstrate
To dramatize an idea through form and action.
Deny
Saying that something isn't, when it is, or withholding something from another.
Desire
An uncontrollable urge to have or to do something.
Destroy
Trying to make something not exist by force rather than by ceasing to create it, through replication.
Developed
Fully or partly completed.
Direct
Intentional control of an object, mind, action or particle.
Dismantle
To take apart carefully, step by step, in an exact manner.
Disoriented
Experiencing a loss of anchors or fix-points in space and time.
Disowned
Saying that something isn't yours when it is.
Displeasure
Not wanting something to happen that happened or is happening.
Disrupt
To dis-integrate a complete form, action or identity.
Distort
To alter, partially and grotesquely.
Dna Chain
A complete system of belief programs which control the being in one specific area and which must be confronted and replicated in sequence in order to dismantle and erase its control on the being.
Dna
The spiritual cause of the creation of a body image in space and time. The specific units of belief with which a being entraps itself within the limits of consciousness and existence.
Donation
An offering given willingly, even in a money culture.
Doubt
The expression of one's own uncertainty as projected onto others or on the environment.
Downer
A being who is totally overwhelmed by it all, and is not able to have humor about truth.
Dramatize
To act out, as in a drama, with lots of significance and uproar.
Drill
To intentionally program an action so that it doesn't have to be directed by the intellectual mind.
Drug
Any chemical which induces body change thus affecting feelings and thought.
Duration
Period through which an event occurred, from its beginning to its end.
Dying
The action taken just prior to Terminus, usually passive and resistive.
Effect
The instantaneous manifestation of a source causing an action.
Effective
Someone or something that really does what he, she or it intended to do.
Efficiency
The ability to perform an action without loss of effort.
Effort
The exact force exerted on the universe in order to carry out an action.
Ego
The specific limits of identity through which one relates and communicates in existence.
Ejection
The deliberate separation of the consciousness from the body.
Element
One specific item of a group of items, having its own charac- teristics.
Emotion
The dramatization and sensations which demonstrate the effect that something coming from the mind or the environment had on a being.
Encounter
An unexpected confrontation.
Endlessness
Eternity as it is, without the barrier of infinity or the limits of consciousness.
Energy
Matter existing without specific form.
Enforce
To make another accept something not wanted.
Enlightened
Relief from suffering and pain caused by identification with form and consciousness.
Enthusiasm
Viewing what one is doing and being and liking it enough to show it.
Entry
Coming into a space from outside it.
Environment
The universe as seen from inside. Everything existing around the being. The environment includes the body, mind and ego.
Erase
To allow something to disappear that one has been compulsively creating and making continue to exist either with physical or mental mass.
Essence
The state of existence beyond existence.
Eternal
That which is, without limit, significance, persistence, or identity.
Eternity
Existence before action.
Evaluation
Deciding about the validity of something one knows nothing about.
Exist
To be/ with form, duration, identity and qualities, within the universe.
Existence
That which seems to have form, qualities and solidness.
Exit
To leave a space after one has been inside it for at least a moment.
Experience
To allow sensations, perceptions and conditions to influ-ence one's beingness below Absolute Knowingness.
Explore
To not know about, and then find out about, something already known.
Expression
Making an idea visible so that others can see it too.
Factor
A specific unit which contributes to the completion of an object, action, thought or identity.
Failure
The idea that something can go wrong.
Falsify
To deliberately or accicentally alter information one was supposed to pass on to another in accurate form.
Falter
Uncertain action surrounded with limiters and beliefs preventing its expression and effectiveness.
Family
A specific group of sentient life forms.
Fear
Expecting something to happen that isn't happening and might never happen.
Feelings
Sensations with the significance of significance.
Fix Points
A point created or found at a fixed spot in space and time used by a being who has become dependent on the material universe for its existence in order to define space and time and to stabilize the being's reality.
Flow
Smoothly moving from one state or location to another.
Force
An effort exerted on matter and energy through matter and energy.
Form
A visible barrier of beingness which may or may not exist.
Framework
A matrix upon which relationships and identities can be imposed.
Freedom
The ability to exist or not exist without being subject to influences or having to exert control over the material universe.
Frustration
Anger because one can't take an action about something that isn't happening yet, or about something that already happened.
Function
The mechanics of an object or action.
Future
The impression that something will happen later just because something is happening now.
Game
A set of actions governed by predetermined rules of behavior or beliefs either known or unknown, and imposed by limits which become real to the participants. A game ceases to become a game when the limits become real rather than "as-if real" to the participants.
Grief
The specific sensation of loss.
Grok
To become something so completely that it is absorbed by replication and thus no longer needs to exist in the environment or the mind.
Group
A non-specific number of connected objects or forms.
Guide
The form and personality characteristics projected onto the universe while viewing it from outside, as during transit. If this definition of the Guide is fully replicated, one transcends consciousness and existence.
Habit
An action or reaction programmed in over billions or trillions of years of exposure to existence, time, space, bodies and minds.
Handle
Able to touch, move and control an object, idea or reality without fear or confusion.
Happen
A passive action that is part of the general mechanics of the universe, and not deliberately caused by a being.
Help
Participation in another being's game in order to assist that being to regain stability.
Hidden
Placed beneath or behind something else that occludes it from view.
History
The idea that a being has a past and that it was different than it is right now.
Hold
To keep something in a fixed position or condition.
Hositility
Aggressive fear, anger or envy, expressed as hatred.
Human Being
A body plus a mind plus a being.
Humanity
The group containing all homo sapiens and all "as-if" homo sapiens.
Humor
The result of replication of reality as it is.
Hypnotic Band
The usual level of existence of homo sapiens in which they are controlled by the environment and by mental and emotional influences.
Idea
A practical application of thought.
Identify
To assume a limited consciousness or form.
Illness
To knowingly or unknowingly allow a body one is operating to fall below the optimum survival level.
Image Word
That which gives purpose to a DNA Chain--a goal to be followed.
Image
A mental picture held by the being as a thought-form.
Immortality
Unsubject to material laws for continued existence.
Immutable
Permanently formed, and unchangeable through any influence or action.
Impinge
To put something there through force.
Impression
A perception automatically received and processed through the mind.
Inactive
Passive participation in an action.
Incense
A substance burned to produce a fragrant and purifying smoke simulating the atmosphere of the Real World.
Incident
A cycle of action containing beings in action, communication and relationship.
Incomplete
Left undone--an unfinished cycle of action.
Indicate
To intentionally call another being's attention to something.
Infinite
The introduction of limits and inhibitors into eternity.
Infinity
Seeming to extend endlessly--the little corner of the universe that isn't there.
Influence
The specific power that someone or something has over a being.
Information
Data which has another's significances added to it.
Inhibitors
Created external barriers which limit one's actions, beingness, identity knowingness or ability.
Insanity (Optional)
One's reaction to being overwhelmed by a situation one has not been trained to handle.
Insanity
The fixed idea that there is only one source or one solution to existence and reality. The loss of one's sense of humor about, willingness to share with others, and ability to give up completely, a set of beliefs with which one has been relating to and handling existence in the universe.
Instruction
Delivery of necessary data needed by another to accomplish a specific purpose during a specific action or event.
Integrity
The ethics of understanding.
Intensive
An action taken in a compressed time cycle.
Intention
The use of mental force to impose an idea into another location.
Interlock
To link up separate realities through resonating principles or factors.
Invalidate
To deny the reality experienced by another being.
Invent
To create a synthesis of already existing forms in a new form.
Involved
To become fixated on an action and to allow it to control the being.
Item
One single unit of thought, form, or action.
Justify
Putting the cause for what one does onto the environment or on others.
Karma
The idea that past actions not completed must be completed and that every action has an equal and opposite reaction, and becoming subject to that idea.
Key Phrase
A group of words which have power and influence over a being because the being says that they do.
Keyed In
Becoming subject to an unwanted condition by trying to resist it.
Knowingness
The ability of a being to know without having to think or perceive.
Knowledge
The perception and understanding of something through the mind.
Labyrinth
The matrix which creates the apparent complexity of the material trap.
Laughter
The expression of body reaction to conflicting realities or mass that just got replicated.
Lesson
A learning action taken within definite limits of time and viewpoint.
Level
A specific relative position within the reality spectrum.
Liberation
Freedom from attachment to, and desire for, and relationships with, any form or identity within the material universe.
Life
The point at which a being has temporarily stopped moving through and has encountered a barrier which cannot yet be transcended.
Limiter
A created internal barrier to action, knowingness, or ability.
Listen
The active form of hearing.
Localize
To force an object or a being to assume a specific location in space.
Locate
To place, assume or discover a fix point in space and time.
Loss
The idea that something that should be there isn't there when it isn't there.
Lucidity
(see Clarity)
Luminous
Glowing and transparent nothingness; also the dial on some watches.
Machine
Automatically functioning device designed to handle something indirectly.
Manifestation
Making something out of nothing.
Mantra
Series of mantrum.
Mass
Substance or form which occupies space and time.
Material Trap
The idea that one can experience and become subject to the material universe.
Matrix
Literally, the Mother of Space, the mold in which space was formed.
Matter
Energy which has gone solid.
Maya
The illusion that progress in the future can be made. Search for tomorrow.
Meditation
Active thought, rather than passive impressions.
Memory
The action of connecting up pictures of events into a sequence as if they happened in the past.
Mind
A series of limiters and inhibitors which give the impression of having a specific identity, significance and consciousness.
Mockup
A mental model which can be viewed and handled as if real but which will not persist unless created intentionally in each moment.
Module
A system of units of thought connected by significance and similarity.
Motion
Movement in space and time.
Motivation
The reasons one gives to oneself and others for what one did.
Mutual
Shared reality or agreement between two or more beings.
Negative Act
The consideration that an action was wrong but one did it anyway.
Nonconfront
To be unable to confront something, but knowing that it is there.
Nonexistence
Existence in its Nirvanic form.
Not Know
To not be able to know, or hear about or perceive that something exists even when directly confronted with it.
Nothing
Getting the idea that there isn't anything there when there isn't anything there.
Object
A form having dimension and mass and occupying space and time.
Objectify
To project one's own thought forms onto another.
Obligatories
The required performance of specific actions.
Obstacle
A barrier created by the mind to help the being resist end-lessness.
Operate
To perform a definite action of control on an object, body, form or being.
Opinion
An attitude expressed as if it were objective data.
Optimum
At its best operating level.
Organism
A form existing in the universe which has the effect of seeming to be alive.
Others
Getting the idea that there can be separated identities.
Overwhelm
Something that seems to be more than a being can confront.
Pain
The sensation of going only partly unconscious.
Pain
The sensation of going only partly unconscious.
Participate
To become willingly and knowingly involved in an action or identity without necessarily becoming identified with it.
Participate
To become willingly and knowingly involved in an action or identity without necessarily becoming identified with it.
Particle
The smallest quantum of matter that can be run by a being.
Particle
The smallest quantum of matter that can be run by a being.
Passion
The belief that an object is valuable or important for happiness or survival.
Passion
The belief that an object is valuable or important for happiness or survival.
Passive
A nonintentional participation in an action or identity.
Passive
A nonintentional participation in an action or identity.
Past Lives
The belief that anything not happening now happened in the past.
Past Lives
The belief that anything not happening now happened in the past.
Perception
To view an object or a being through the sensors of the body.
Perception
To view an object or a being through the sensors of the body.
Permit
To intentionally and knowingly allow something to happen.
Permit
To intentionally and knowingly allow something to happen.
Person
The identity a being assumes while in a body and having a mind.
Person
The identity a being assumes while in a body and having a mind.
Phenomena
Forms or action perceived by the being, whether real or not.
Phenomena
Forms or action perceived by the being, whether real or not.
Physical Universe
Those qualities that seem to be solid about the universe but aren't.
Physical Universe
Those qualities that seem to be solid about the universe but aren't.
Playfulness
An awakened being relating to the universe exactly as it is.
Playfulness
An awakened being relating to the universe exactly as it is.
Pleasure
Having something happen the way one wanted it to happen.
Pleasure
Having something happen the way one wanted it to happen.
Postulate
To think something into or out of existence by recognition that it is.
Postulate
To think something into or out of existence by recognition that it is.
Potential
The ability of a being to take effective action as a being.
Potential
The ability of a being to take effective action as a being.
Power
The exact relationship of a being to its games, objects and bodies and identities that it is running or has run.
Power
The exact relationship of a being to its games, objects and bodies and identities that it is running or has run.
Practical
Able to be put to use for a specific purpose in the world of action.
Practical
Able to be put to use for a specific purpose in the world of action.
Practitioner
An individual who has been trained to deliver transit instruction and has been certified as able and effective in that action.
Practitioner
An individual who has been trained to deliver transit instruction and has been certified as able and effective in that action.
Pre-existence
The moment just prior to existence in which the being gets the idea of, but has not yet created the potential for, existence.
Pre-existence
The moment just prior to existence in which the being gets the idea of, but has not yet created the potential for, existence.
Predictable
Able to be determined before the action takes place.
Predictable
Able to be determined before the action takes place.
Prelude
Prior to becoming an exhibitionist.
Prelude
Prior to becoming an exhibitionist.
Present Time
All or part of the sequence of events making up the current form of existence.
Present Time
All or part of the sequence of events making up the current form of existence.
Priest
A Thanatologist who has passed the Doctorate Course.
Priest
A Thanatologist who has passed the Doctorate Course.
Primal Event
(see Primordial Scene)
Primal Event
(see Primordial Scene)
Primary
The highest and most fundamental form.
Primary
The highest and most fundamental form.
Primordial Scene
The experience of the earliest moment of existence as viewed from outside it.
Primordial Scene
The experience of the earliest moment of existence as viewed from outside it.
Prior
Previous existence on the Time Line.
Prior
Previous existence on the Time Line.
Problem
The idea that something other than what's happening now can happen now.
Problem
The idea that something other than what's happening now can happen now.
Procedure
A specific set of instructions used for transit preparation.
Procedure
A specific set of instructions used for transit preparation.
Program
A definite sequence of action, belief, perception and/or sensation.
Program
A definite sequence of action, belief, perception and/or sensation.
Progress
The apparency of change toward a better condition (see Samsara).
Progress
The apparency of change toward a better condition (see Samsara).
Projection
Putting one's own beliefs or attitudes "out there" on another or an object.
Projection
Putting one's own beliefs or attitudes "out there" on another or an object.
Protect
To put something that seems dangerous in front of or around something that one considers to be valuable and vulnerable.
Protect
To put something that seems dangerous in front of or around something that one considers to be valuable and vulnerable.
Protest
The indirect expression of resistance.
Protest
The indirect expression of resistance.
Punish
To impose limits on another for having done something one considers bad.
Punish
To impose limits on another for having done something one considers bad.
Purpose
A goal given to oneself by oneself or by another or by one's beliefs.
Purpose
A goal given to oneself by oneself or by another or by one's beliefs.
Radical
Sudden, sharp or unexpected and slightly random.
Random
Happening without order or control.
Reaction
A protest against an action taken by the universe and which one has been programmed to resist.
Reality
An experience, relationship or action perceived or felt as if real.
Rebirth
To re-enter the material universe either knowingly or unknowingly.
Recipient
The opposite of a Source.
Recognition
The moment one sees something as it is rather than as one imagined it to be.
Reference Point
A stable point used by a being to define a space and which exists only because the being says it does.
Rehabilitate
To make able once again on an unknown, forgotten, limited or inhibited subject.
Relationship
Overt or covert material involvement with one or more other sources or beings.
Religion
The study and practical application of the Teaching.
Repair
To bring something back to good condition after it fell below operating level.
Repeat
To do or say something again while recalling previous similar actions.
Replicate
To be something so completely that it is yourself creating yourself, thus knowing its composition so thoroughly that it has become your own creation, and then creating it at its original archetype level at its first moment of existence, thus completing the cycle of its existence. Ceasing to create by complete understanding and creation. Having something erase from existence through completion of its existence cycle.
Repress
To hide something from oneself or to prevent oneself from doing something because someone admired said it was bad.
Reprogram
To restructure in a way other than the way it seemed to be before.
Resolve
To solve again.
Resonance
A sympathetic vibration of similar wavelengths.
Response
To participate in an action that triggered a reaction.
Result
The idea that a later action had its cause in an earlier action.
Reward
The need for recognition, admiration or material objects in exchange for an action taken to help another.
Room
The barriers set up around a being to give the impression of specific and limited space within which are a limited number and type of objects.
Sacraments
Sacred actions and readings of prayers or transit instructions.
Safe Space
A place in which it is all right to experience transit without having anything happen which is dangerous or invalidating, without fear of getting overwhelmed, interfered with, reprogrammed, or punished for doing so.
Samsara
Trying to have a better future by focusing action and attention on the future rather than in the present.
Sandtrap
A stuck space or a compulsively repeating cycle.
Scan
To view an incident by moving through it from its beginning to its end.
Selected
Chosen intentionally and knowingly.
Seminary
A training area in which priests can prepare for the ministry, and renunciants can prepare for the monastic life.
Sensation
Control factors coming through the body and to which a being can become subject either knowingly or unknowingly.
Senses
Perceptions passively received and processed through the body and mind.
Sequence
The specific order in which a being perceives a series of incidents.
Serenity
To remain stable and centered during action, chaos, or pain.
Sermon
The Teaching delivered to a group in transit rather than individually.
Sex
Use of a body or form for reproduction or replication of the universe.
Shared Reality
Agreement on a specific subject, that it is real for two or more beings.
Significance
A meaning put into something which is in itself without meaning.
Silence
The active creation of the absence of sound.
Similar
Something which seems to be the same.
Skill
Ability to make something happen the way one wanted it to happen.
Solidness
The ability to have something be real enough to bump into.
Solution
The idea that a problem has a specific answer.
Soul
The developed state of a being plus a body plus a mind.
Source
The origination point for something that exists or is.
Space
The perception of a single event in a specific portion of the universe.
Spiritual
The aesthetic which underlies the apparent form of the material world.
Stabilize
To bring to a permanent state of rest and harmony.
State
The idea that one's condition as a being can change into something else.
Stress
Partial unconsciousness caused by two spaces or incidents trying to exist in the same space at the same time.
Study
To learn to apply a specific subject with knowledge and ability.
Subject
A definite area toward which one's attention has been drawn and which exists within definite limits to be transcended through understanding.
Substance
Matter in a specific and tangible form.
Succumb
To allow oneself to be completely overwhelmed.
Suffering
The idea that a being can become subject to action and objects.
Support
To actively participate in a positive way.
Suppress
To bury something unwanted or that one considers to be dangerous or threatening to one's actions or beliefs.
Survival
To seem to continue to exist, on any level.
Symbol
An archetypal image of something or of nothing.
Sympathy
Having the idea that sharing suffering can reduce it for another.
Symptoms
Sensations held in place by misunderstanding, beliefs, and fear, caused by trying to resist them.
Synthetic
Something only "as-if real".
Taboo
Something forbidden and unconfrontable.
Tantra
A series of tantrum.
Teaching
The method of moving through and past consciousness in order to view reality as it is, without limiters or inhibitors.
Tendency
An automatic and uncontrollable reaction to the universe.
Terminus
The exact point of completion of the death symptoms.
Thought
A method of creating, holding, viewing and handling existence without necessarily being functional within, or subject to, existence. A way of handling material existence without having to actually confront it.
Time
The idea of a past and a future, without which the present would have no significance for the being.
Tired
No longer wanting energy in order to create action.
Tracking
Actively and intentionally following and occasionally correcting a being's path through transit and into rebirth.
Transcend
To go beyond by going through.
Transference
The smooth and intentional exit of a being out of a body directly into the Clear Light.
Transit Program
An automatic sequence of control factors, limiters and inhibitors which occur during transit, thus automatically directing rebirth, and which can be overcome and transcended with training.
Transit
What the universe looks like when the being goes temporarily outside consciousness and existence.
Transition
Movement through states or forms, from one to another, in sequence.
Triggered
Suddenly pulled in on oneself and activated by similarity.
Unconfrontable
Something considered to be greater than the being's ability to be.
Unconsciousness
Complete or partial shutdown of the mind, and takeover of the control and direction of action by the body-mind, which functions completely by automatic programming.
Understand
To see and comprehend the complete form, significance and inner reality.
Union
Complete identification with something or nothing. The ultimate expression of duality.
Unit
A basic component of a larger more complex form.
Universe
The image of one's own being, as if real.
Unknowingly
To participate without awareness.
Unknown
Something that remains unseen even when viewed directly.
Upset
Something that happened or might happen or didn't happen that disrupted the being's serenity because the being became subject to it.
Urgency
Imposing a limit of time on an action.
Valued
Considered useful or necessary to a being without necessarily being desired.
Verbal
Using vocal, rather than direct, communication.
Verify
To indicate that something seems to be true or seems to exist.
Vestments
Clothing worn by the clergy specifically during services in the ministry.
View
To actively look at a specific form, thought, image or object or incident.
Vigil
The one hour period immediately following Terminus.
Violence
The use of an unusual amount of force to try to get the universe to work according to one's beliefs and desires and which indicates that the being does not understand how to create effects in the universe.
Visible
Having a form able to be viewed through the perceptions of the body.
Void
Consciousness without an object not being limited to form, awareness or specific consciousness.
Votive
Sacramental item used to contact the transit area.
Vulnerable
The idea that someone or something can be hurt or overwhelmed easily.
Waste
To decide something out of existence before it has been fully used.
Withdraw
To break away from, after having identified with, a form, universe, body, mind, object or relationship.
Wonder
Something which one maybe doesn't know, but might.
Words
The birds which fly between bodies at the same time that beings receive communication in reality.
Worry
The attempt to solve a problem that isn't happening yet.
Wrong
The idea that something isn't the way it ought to be, and creating a definite picture of how it should be, and having a desire to fix it.