- Automatic, uncontrolled reactions individuals have when faced with a specific or repeated circumstances.
- It describes the behavior that has been conditioned on the person, either emotionally or physically.
- It is a mental mechanism, which activates without the participation of the conscious will.
- To awaken from the somnambulistic sleep that has been created through sensorial stimuli.
- To be more alert, conscious of yourself and your surroundings.
- The awakened state is a state of higher vigilance that permits one to see the world in a more objective and real manner.
- To be in the present moment.
Cause and Effect:
- For every cause there is an effect, for every effect there is a cause.
- Everything you do, internally or externally will have repercussions.
- The moment when the “essence” of what is being understood is obtained.
- To comprehend oneself means to understand ones place in the universe (not as phantasmagoria)
- Having the true significance of something.
- Understanding the live aspects of that knowledge; how it relates to other things.
- It is the highest form of knowledge.
To Be Conscious:
- Is to be the owner of your mind.
- To control oneʼs attention and direct it at will.
- To not be above the mass hypnotism created by the environment in which one lives.
- To have the body and the mind together in the present moment.
- It is the capacity to see reality as it is.
- Comprehending essential truth.
- Mental clarity.
- A personal internal challenge.
- Defects are a source of energy if placed under control.
- They raw material needed to work on yourself.
- A defect is a quality if left uncontrolled could damage.
- Has to do with dismantling and restructuring the mechanisms that cause the individual to always do the same thing without conscious intention.
- Chaos, inoperativeness.
- A natural phenomenon that guarantees that the most probable event will place.
- A law that manifests on the physical plane and represents the degree of disorder of things.
- Gender is manifested in everything.
- Masculine refers to that which is procreative.
- Feminine refers to that which is nurturing, or fertile
- Philosopher from ancient Egypt and the founder of Hermetic Philosophy.
- An Operative Philosophy (A philosophy about doing, not just thinking) and practice founded in ancient Egypt by Hermes Trismegistus.
- It operates within a personʼs life; it is an attitude; it is a way of life.
- The Seven Hermetic Principals or Laws of Nature are the basis of it.
- The phenomena of losing self-awareness.
- A temporary loss of the “I” when one projects oneʼs attention and thus loses control over it.
- When one becomes “identified” with a situation, becomes part of the action, and does not have the power to separate himself from it.ç
- To loose your individuality and become one with the object being observed.
- Inability to observe something objectively without attachment.
- Automatic internal voice that never stops talking.
- Thoughts that repeat themselves as fixed ideas.
- What the individual feels and thinks – oneʼs impulses, goals, yearnings, fears, anguish and anxieties, and everything that drives or represses a person. It is what permits a person to do things or to stop doing them.
Level of Vigilance:
- The level of attention given to what one does, thinks, or feels.
- The capacity to see oneself while carrying out an action.
- Emotional aspects or beliefs that stop someone from aspiring to a higher goal.
- Cognitive hurdles that hinder spiritual development.
- Unconscious internal boundaries.
- Everything is Mind.
- For humans, accessing the volitive I.
- Mental activity that permits one to extract the “significance” of every experience, situation, and circumstance of our life.
- To assimilate, comprehend and capture the essential nutrients of intellectual data.
- To act in accordance with the Laws of Nature. Laws which are no relative, but absolute.
- Universal intelligence; Nature is the feminine side of God.
- The material manifestation of God.
- Doing that which is not probable.
- Everything is dual, everything has two poles, positive and negative.
- There is no absolute positive or absolute negative.
- All poles are simply opposing views of the same thing.
- Heat and cold are opposite manifestations of temperatures.
- The information that is engraved within a person; the program is something one cannot get away from unless one makes a super-effort.
- Conditioned behavior.
- A series of unconscious mandates that govern our lives.
- To obtain the essence of knowledge through a process of profound comprehension.
- To extract experience and lessons from oneʼs daily life and use them for oneʼs spiritual development.
- In all things there is a measured like motion of equivalence. Like a pendulum.
- All actions have an equal and opposite reaction.
- True meaning.
- The essence of a concept or action.
- A deficient state of vigilance or awareness; the ordinary state of everyday existence of human beings.
- The state when one is hypnotized by environmental stimuli.
- Stupor and dulled attention that hinder the objective and impartial observance of oneʼs reality.
- A low level of consciousness.
- Being governed by the hypnotic external stimuli and having no self awareness.
- A state of deficient vigilance.
- Sleepwalking while thinking we are awake.
- Being controlled by forces that govern ones direction without awareness.
- What one really is.
- Oneʼs essence.
- What we are trying to grow.
- The only things that comes with us when we die.
- The reason one was born.
- A great effort that is willfully carried out, with a high level of awareness; an effort that the individual is not obliged to do, but still does.
- It is an effort that is dedicated to a specific goal; it involves non-mechanical and conscious actions.
- It is the level of attention that an individual has about his or her actions, emotions or thoughts.
- It is the capacity that permits one to foresee the effects oneʼs actions will have.
- The moment where an individualʼs senses are at maximum alertness.
- It is that part of oneself that permits one to go beyond oneʼs limits, oneʼs laziness, comfort, fears, or habits.
- It has to do with volition or willpower, which permits one to advance beyond difficulties and obstacles.
- The unified director of oneʼs own internal world.
- The sole General of the emotional, sexual and intellectual intelligences.
- Energy, strength, decision, commitment.
- An internal force permitting one to do the things one wants to do.
- A conscious force directed at overcoming inertia and disorder.
- Nothing rests, everything moves and vibrates.
- Ones energetic density.
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