Guide-book

Self-investigator guide-book

While reading our books and site materials, you may come across some notions that are uncommon. To understand their meaning, you need to become familiar with the Self-investigator Guide-book. Come back to this during the process of reading in order to clarify the meaning of the new words you encounter.

Consider the notions brought up here as the markers leading you to a clearer vision of our world as a dual illusion, in which we receive the experience of separated existence. The exit out of this illusion is deep in your heart, where you connect with Unconditional Love. Unconditional Love can be neither described nor defined; it can only be felt. Therefore, while investigating the dual world of illusions, remember that we are not of This world.

THE WORLD OF UNITY AND THE WORLD OF SEPARATION

  • The World of Wholeness, The World of WE – the world where unconditional love rules, timelessness, limitlessness, unconditional interest, and eternity.
  • The World of survival, The World of Separation – the world where conditional love rules, fear, harsh restriction of time and space, the illusions of death, debt, and conditional laws, one-sided truth, the conflict of the opposites, and orientation on to have instead of on to be.
  • The Supreme “I”, The Soul, Spirit, WE – the part of a Human Being that happens to be in the World of Wholeness, in the World of WE.
  • The lower “i” – the part of a Human Being that happens to be in the World of survival, in Separation.
  • Consciousness of the world of Wholeness – the consciousness that accepts the opposite sides of duality while understanding their equal importance and necessity.
  • Consciousness of the world of Separation – consciousness that denies one of the sides of duality.
  • The levels of being – the worlds and realities that are characterized by different levels of consciousness.
  • The system of coordinates of reality – the axioms upon which the make-up of a given reality and its perception are based.
  • The Matrix of survival, The Old Matrix – a system of dual structure of the world in which the Lower “i” of a human being happens to be. It is characterized by the conflict of opposites and by the creativity that is based on fear.
  • The Matrix of Life – a system of dual make-up of the world in which the Lower “i” transforms and becomes a partner of the Supreme “I” in the aware creativity. It is characterized by the equal partnership of opposites.
  • Three-dimensional reality – reality that has only three dimensions: length, width, and height, where time is being measured linearly.
  • The linear time – characterized by the past, present, and future. In the matrix of survival, future is a repetition of the past. One can only get to the present moment through the state of being Aware of oneself, i.e. through the connection with the Supreme “I”.

 

  • DUALITY
  • Duality – a unified scale of a certain quality of energy (level of vibration), perceived by the conditioned mind as two opposites. Duality is the basic condition of earthly lessons of a human being.
  • The law of duality – the law of interaction of the polar, opposite tendencies. Everything that happens in the world of Separation obeys the law of duality.
  • The dual mechanism of perception – the mechanism that provides a human being with the conscious perception of only one side of the duality of his external and internal world.
  • Duality, paradox, duality of the personality – interactions of the opposite tendencies or parts of the personality. In the matrix of survival, such interactions always represent a conflict. In the matrix of life, they become an equal partnership.
  • Unconditional Love – a state of gratitude for everything that happens around you, which comes out of understanding of its lawfulness.
  • God’s Kingdom – a state of a human being who is simultaneously aware of himself as the one who happens to be in the world of Separation and in the world of Unity.

 

  • THE SUPREME “I”
  • Awareness – perception of the Lower “i” by the Highest “I”, accepting its opposite sides with equal respect and unconditional love. The observer who clearly and holistically fixates on what he sees without experiencing condemnation and guilt.
  • Unconditional love – emotional state of total acceptance, interest, and gratitude, which characterize the relationship of the Highest “I” toward Lower “i”.
  • Intention – goal directed, holistic (nondual) energy that has high vibrations coming from the Soul, the Supreme “I”.
  • Aware creativity – based on the power of intention and takes into account the actions of opposite dual tendencies.
  • The choice of the Soul – aim, the action based on clear vision and total acceptance of the opposite tendencies of the Lower “i” of a human being.
  • The vertical perception – perception that comes out of the world of Unity.
  • The third point of the triangle of perception – the point of perception of the Lower “i” or a human being out of the world of Unity.
  • A state of awareness – a state that appears during the observation of your Lower “i” out of Higher “I”.
  • Contract (the request) to receive the earthly experience before birth – an inquiry or a project of your Soul, its request to receive a certain experience in the world of survival.
  • The Program of receiving a dual experience – is planned by the Soul prior to physical incarnation and is realized through the formation of the dual structure of the personality and of the peculiarities of the three bodies it incarnates into the physical reality, with a consideration of time, place, parents, and other peculiarities of birth.

 

  • A HUMAN BEING (THE LOWER “i”) 
  • The three centers or three bodies of a human being mental, emotional, and physical. The personality represents a mental-emotional constituent of a human being. The physical body is a physical constituent of a human being. The three bodies represent a space suit or an apparatus which a Soul uses to enter the reality of Earth in order to pass through its lessons, i.e. to receive a certain experience in survival. The presence of these three bodies allows a human being to perceive the world in three different ways.
  • The mental body of a human beingthe mind of a human being. It allows a human being to work with thoughts and images. It has a dual nature that is expressed physically in the presence of two halves of the brain separated by the corpus collosum. The duality of the mind is manifested metaphysically by the presence of two separated spheres: the conscious and subconscious.
  • The conditioned or dual mind – another way to call the mental body of a human being or his mind, necessary for him to receive the experience of survival. The way the conditioned mind works is based on the formation of judgments. The opportunity to create a judgment is based on mind separation of the opposite sides of dual notions and identifying with one of them. It works based on the principle “Yes—No” and leads to hallucinations accepted by the mind as reality.
  • Judgment – basic product of the mind’s work. The pronounced judgment is made by comparison, which is based on the scale of dual notions.
  • The Conscious side of the mind, consciousness – is what a human being is conscious of in his internal and external world. The light side of a human being.
  • The Sub-conscious side of the mind, sub-consciousness – is what a human being is not conscious of in his internal and external world. The dark side of a human being.
  • The emotional body of a human being – the body of emotional states. It allows a human being to experience feelings.
  • The physical body of a human being the body of a human being that can be perceived by physical vision. It allows a human being to manipulate the objects of the physical world and to experience and register multiple physical sensations. 
  • The markers of the imbalance of the three bodies of a human being: In the case of the physical body, it is diseases, traumas, and physical pain. In the case of the emotional body, it is suffering and emotional pain. In the case of the mental body, it is not-understanding.
  • Trinity – tuning and harmonization of three bodies or centers of a human being: mental, emotional, and physical.

 

  • PERSONALITY (THE LOWER “i”)
  • The program of survival – the personal program formed in a child as a method of his or her survival in the world of separation.
  • Personality, false personality, ego, personal program, personage – terms used to define the personality of a human being.
  • Personality mental-emotional structure of a human being that has a dual structure and happens to represent the given conditions of the assignment of a human being in his current incarnation. It determines the peculiarities of the earthly lessons of a human being and connects to them dual experience. To investigate and to understand one’s personality is to understand the conditions of the assignment of one’s current incarnation.
  • Personality or the personal program the summation of interconnected pairs of the opposite qualities. Every such pair shows a dual scale of a certain quality, expressed by the opposite notions. A personality that is not aware of itself only identifies with one side of its dual qualities, and as a result, only perceives itself from one side.
  • Formation of the personality – download of the program of conditions of the assignment of a given incarnation of a human being. It occurs through the context of the place and time of birth of a child, his genetic make-up, and the people who participate in his upbringing. Situations that rendered a strong emotional influence on a child during his early formative ears are very important in the formation of his or her personality. As a rule, the paternal and maternal programs are the major components of the personality of a human being.
  • Formation of the personality – acquisition of the experience of survival through activation of personal dualities.
  • Activation of personal dualities – introduction of the dual notions of “bad” and “good” into the personal program through painful experience. In this way, personality becomes conditioned by duality.
  • Activation of dualities – escalation of voltage or stress of the conflict between two opposite sides of duality in the personal structure of a human being.
  • The activated side of personal duality – strongly manifested side of the personality.
  • The spreading of the opposite sides of duality of a personality – occurs through the positive or negative reinforcement of the manifestation of personal qualities.
  • Good—bad– the paradox of dual perception.
  • Relationships – methods using which personality manifests itself.
  • Merits and shortfallspolar notions that describe the scale of duality. Shortcomings of a human being are continuations of his virtues. One cannot exist without the other. These opposites represent two sides of one coin.
  • Crystalized painful experience – Similar painful experience repeated multiple times leads to the formation of non-healing “emotional wounds”, which react sharply when touched.
  • Negative states – different shades of condemnation and a feeling of guilt.
  • Blame and guilt – polar states simultaneously experienced by a human being in respect to the same issue. In this process, a human being consciously experiences only one of these states. The opposite state is in the sphere of the subconscious. In time, they change their positions.
  • Aggression – emotional experience of strong condemnation.
  • Guilt a state that appears as the result of experiencing one’s own condemnation.
  • Misbalance of the personality caused by the conflict of opposite tendencies or parts of the personality (mental, emotional, and physical). It is characterized by the level of voltage or stress of the feuding relationships between the opposite sides. Personal imbalance appears as the result of the identification and assertion of personality on truth, the conviction of one of its dual parts and simultaneous suppression of the opposite part. This gives birth to the resistance of the suppressed side of the personality, which is equal to the strength of pressure applied to it.
  • Stress or excitation of the personality – voltage that appears in the personality in connection to the suppression of its shadow sides. The power of this voltage is dynamic. At any given moment its cumulative effect is either “positive” or “negative”. The sign, “positive” or “negative”, depends upon which of the opposite forces is stronger—conscious (the power of a consciously set up goal) or subconscious (power of resistance to the aim).
  • Fear – the state that reflects the conflict of the opposite sides of the personality. Fear is the fuel on which personality works while experiencing its lessons in survival.
  • Fear energy of the personality, the magnitude of which is characterized by the degree of unacceptance that appears between its opposite sides.
  • The old experience – constant experience of fear in the states of condemnation and guilt.
  • Personal pride the illusory conviction in the truthfulness of one’s one-sided, limited judgment. It appears as the result of the personality glorifying one side of its dual qualities while negating the opposite quality in itself. Pride, or a state of exclusivity, leads one to experience the states of exclusion, being forsaken, betrayal, and loneliness.
  • Convictions crystalized experience of one-sided perception.
  • The dual parts of the personality or sub-personalities – parts of the personality that have opposite tendencies.
  • The conscious side, or conscious part of the personality – the side or part of the personality that a human being consciously accepts in himself.
  • The sub-conscious side, or the sub-conscious part of the personality – the side or part of the personality that a human being denies in himself.
  • Resistance of the aim or conscious desire of the personality – counteraction of the subconscious part of the personality to its opposite conscious part that sets up a certain aim and tries to achieve it.
  • Suffering – the state that appears as the result of unacceptance and conflict of the opposite sides of the personality.
  • Personal desire, tendency – energy directed to seize something in order to have it. Every desire is born by the personality and is therefore always dual, i.e. always appears with the opposite in its desired direction.
  • Desire, tendency of the personality – has a dual nature. Any consciously appearing desire gives birth to its opposite subconscious desire. This subconscious desire is viewed by a human being as a resistance toward achieving conscious desire.
  • Role relationships – roles the personality plays while participating in social life. Every personality plays several roles. The performance of each role is regulated by certain rules. These rules represent the limitations to which that personality is supposed to conform. These role relationships are determined by the laws, norms, and rules that regulate them. They are based on debt and obligations.
  • Role conflicts – the consequence of the different understanding of the participants of the conflict of the rights and responsibilities of the roles performed by them.
  • Conflict – the method of interaction of opposite sides of the personality while going through and acquiring the experience of survival.
  • Personal changes – the transfer of negative experience to the conscious, the shadow part of one’s personality.
  • Transformation of the personality – the awareness of the opposite, dual sides of the personality, like two sides of one coin. Because of this transformation, personal pride, i.e. its notion of its exclusivity, disappears, while individuality, i.e. understanding of its difference from other people, remains.
  • Harmonization of personal oppositions – acceptance of the condemned part of one’s personality with gratitude and the balancing of opposite tendencies (mental, emotional, and physical) in oneself. Awareness of and the complete acceptance of the shadow sides of the personality.
  • Management of the personal duality – a conscious choice to manifest one of two opposite sides of your personality.
  • Personal perception – perception conditioned by one-sidedness.

 

  • EXPERIENCE
  • To have – the state of consciousness that is identified with the experience received by it.
  • To be – the state of consciousness that is NOT identified with the experience received by it.
  • The earthly experience of a human being – takes place in the context of external situations and encompasses mental, emotional, and physical components.
  • Re-experience (review) of one’s past painful experience – entering prior painful experience in the state of awareness in order to accept and integrate its opposite aspects.
  • Integration of your personal experience – accepting your own experience as a whole and with gratitude by coming to understand the opposite sides of your personal program that gave birth to it.
  • The experience of survival – experience of the conflict of the opposite sides of the Lower “i” or personal dualities.
  • Experience of life – experience of the partnership of the Supreme “I” and Lower “i”.
  • Experience unaware – the screenplay of life that is lived on the level of feelings and actions, explained by the conditioned mind without any understanding of the duality of one’s own perception.
  • Experience aware – awareness of the experienced life scenario as the interrelationship of the opposite sides of dualities of your personality. It leads to your de-identification with the experience you are living through.
  • Identification – one sided, fragmented perception of yourself.
  • Identification of the personality – perceiving yourself as a certain part of your personality.
  • Self-identification of the personality – accepting yourself for the role you perform. Identification with certain notions about yourself.
  • De-identification – perceiving manifestations of your personality with a full understanding that these manifestations are only your experience. They are not you.
  • Social roles – roles the performance of which are connected to receiving a certain social experience.
  • A man and a woman – a duality that is expressed physically. It includes passing multiple tests and acquiring a life experience.
  • The unknown – experience that you have not yet lived through.
  • The known – experience that you have already lived through, and that has been defined by the mind.
  • Meaning – point of view or the way we see something.
  • Conscious model of behavior – the model of behavior that is being realized consciously.
  • Sub-conscious model of behavior – the model of behavior that is being realized subconsciously.
  • Conditioned love – a good relationship with a human being, based on him being dutiful and compliant with rules and obligations.
  • Unaware creativity – creativity that uses the energy of fear.

 

  • MECHANICALITY AND AWARENESS
  • Lesson of survival – the experience of personality which it passes in complete identification with it.
  • The sleep of consciousness – one-sided and fragmented perception of one’s internal and external worlds.
  • A sleeping human being – a human being who is submerged in a sleep of consciousness.
  • Mechanicality, sleep – a state of consciousness identified with the experience that is being received. It is characterized by a mechanical reaction that is based on the principle “stimulus – reaction”.
  • Identification – perceiving the received experience as yourself.
  • De-identification – perceiving the received experience by the detached observer.
  • The old matrix of consciousness, Matrix of separating perception, matrix of survival matrix of consciousness created on the basis of duality in order to receive the experience of survival. It gives birth to the fight of personal oppositions and fear as the basic state of consciousness.
  • Spiritual development – an aware acceptance in yourself of what you used to fight outside.
  • Inquiry to become self-aware – inquiry to understand yourself through awareness.
  • Question – characterizes the direction of perception.
  • Inquiry – conscious tendency to understand something in yourself or to produce certain external or internal changes.
  • Problem – conflicting interaction of the opposite sides of personality. The problem can be solved only when you clearly see the mechanism of their interactions. In that case, it disappears.
  • Problem – result of simultaneous actions of two opposite tendencies, one of which is seen as the enemy.
  • Discernment – an ability to clearly see and clearly feel both sides of the duality of your personality.
  • Principle of mirrors – a feature of a human being that is reflected in other people as if in mirrors. It is used during self-investigation to learn the peculiarities of one’s personal program.
  • Method of mirrors – provides an opportunity to see and to become aware of the projections of the dual sides of your personality in the perception of another human being or in the appearing external situations.
  • Straight mirrors – the reflection of the projection without deflection.
  • Crooked mirrors – the reflection of the projection with deflection.
  • Transformation of a human being – the process of becoming aware of one’s own wholeness.
  • Wholeness of a human being – the interaction of the three bodies of a human being and of the opposite parts of his personality based on their full awareness, acceptance, and partnership.
  • Awareness of yourself – uncondemning and investigating observation of the manifestations of the Lower “i” by the Supreme “I”.
  • Self-remembrance – the process that leads one to experience, understand, and manifest a partnership between the Lower “i” and the Supreme “I”.
  • Self-awareness, self-investigation – investigation of your the Lower “i” with the help of your Supreme “I”.
  • Paradoxical thinking – thinking that is based on the aware perception of duality in yourself.
  • Paradoxical thinking – thinking that views the opposite sides of duality as two sides of one coin.
  • Understanding of yourself – the answer to the question: “What am I?” It has mental, emotional, and physical components.
  • Understanding of yourself – the unity of thoughts, feelings, and actions of a human being. Full understanding of oneself is possible only when all three bodies of a human being are harmonized.
  • Personage a human being that plays certain roles in the show of survival.
  • Other people – screens onto which personality projects its personal qualities.
  • Responsibility – understanding that everything that happens to you is created by you.
  • Illusion – something that does not really exist, but it appears to you that it does exist.
  • Truth – one half that pretends to be whole.
  • Truth and lie – two separated sides of one whole.
  • External world – a mirror of the inner world.
  • Positive and negative – technical terms that define opposite sides of duality, similar to the plus and minus of an electric battery.
  • Gratitude – the state that appears as the result of becoming aware of the dual nature of your personality.
  • Happiness – is not a result of the solution of problems but as a consequence of his understanding of who he really is.
  • Empathy – the emotional state of an awakened or holistic human being who starts to see the suffering of sleeping human beings.
  • Understanding – clear vision, awareness of things the way they are.  
  • Knowledge – system of ideas transmitted through notions expressed in words.
  • Energy of high vibrations – the frequency of vibrations of consciousness sufficient to become aware of one’s Lower “i” .
  • Energy of low vibrations – the frequency of vibrations of consciousness that is not sufficient to become aware of one’s Lower “i” .
  • Student – the one who wants to learn to be aware and to love unconditionally.
  • Teacher – the one who is aware and who loves unconditionally.
  • Teacher and student as one – a human being who gets to know himself.

 

PERCEPTION OF A HUMAN BEING

 

  • Perception – the way a human being sees himself in his inner and outer world.
  • Perception of a human being – tuned in to receive a certain experience ordered by his Soul. There are two types of perception: mechanical/identified, and an aware/holistic perception.
  • Mechanical/identified perception – one-sided, i.e. identified with one side of personal duality only. The consequence of the mechanical perception is an experience of the state of conflict of the inner oppositions.
  • Holistic/aware perception – allows you to see the opposite sides of personality simultaneously, while understanding the mechanisms of their interactions.
  • Super task of a human being – the transformation of personality and attunement of all three bodies that would allow a person to exit from the harshly fixated, one-sided perception to the holistic multidimensional perception of WE.
  • Frequency of perception – indicator of the level of the tune up of your perception. High frequency of the tune up allows a human being to become aware of his personal program. Low frequency of the tune up deters him in identification with the experience received. In this case, he mechanically lives through his personal program.
  • Tuning of a perception – change in the vision of the internal and external world of a human being through attunement.
  • Awareness, Self-awareness, Clear vision – the observation of the mechanisms of functioning of the conditioned mind and of your personal program that work within the limitations of dual perception.
  • Multidimensionality – characteristic of the consciousness that exited dual perception and transferred to the consciousness of WE.
  • Personal perception of reality what is being perceived by our Lower “i” as something self-obvious.
  • Horizontal perception – dual perception of the personality.
  • Consciousness of the Lower “i” of a human being – the ability to perceive your internal and external world physically, emotionally, and mentally that is conditioned by the imbalance of his three bodies and by the influence of the law of duality.
  • Internal world of a human being – the world of thoughts, feelings, and sensations. It is perceived partially and fragmentally by the human being who happens to be in a “sleep of consciousness”.
  • External world of a human being – external world perceived by a human being with the help of the five senses. It is a reflection of the inner world of a human being.
  • Level of consciousness of a human being – level of development of a human being’s ability to holistically perceive his internal and external world.
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