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Higher Consciousness Apotheosis

Higher Consciousness Apotheosis is to Know Thyself through a self-transformative Alchemical transfiguration process of Individuation, Actualization and Realization of the Essence and Nature of Higher, Truer, Realer Life‘s ultimate purpose in Moral Living, and thereby achieve a deified evolution of “Becoming a God” with the benefit, grace, blessing and favor of Righteous Living in Heaven, Paradise, Immortality and Eternal Life […]

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Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, and Their Importance

Consciousness and Truth

The Primacy of Existence comes first, then the Power of Consciousness emerges second. There is importance in each, but the secondary one has the power to change the first one. The Trivium Method has Grammar Input Knowledge Stimulus from reality as primary. Secondary is the ability to Process and Understand it with Logic/rationality/reasoning. Third is the Wisdom Output Response — […]

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Reality Processing

The primacy of existence can be understood with the power of consciousness. We can abstract, envision, imagine or invent ideas in our subjective consciousness that we choose to believe are true. Belief is powerful. A solid grounding in the truth of reality must be striven for to believe in abstract concepts that can eventually be verified as being true in […]

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Consciousness and Causality Symbolism Pt.2

Cause and Effect is a Natural Law with various complexities of interaction in reality that can be understood. This understanding of causality can help to clarify how Natural Moral Law of Behavioral interactions objectively functions as well. Video Audio Download .mp3: Consciousness and Causality Symbolism Pt.2 Images: All images zip file PDF of images

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Symbols, Reality, Knowledge, Belief and Attachment

Symbols and Reality First came reality. Second came knowledge of reality. Third is language about reality, through symbol or word. To create symbols, Nature/Reality must be observed, so that the symbols reflect the natural science of observation in nature and its processes/systems. First symbols are pictographs, then abstract lines and curves. Symbols are analogous references to reality through an image […]

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