LifePower Dictionary
A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P Q R S T U W X Y Z 

C

Careless Intentionedness – Fictional disease. (C&I, Author)

Cause – 1) The source of something, that which originates or creates. (The author)

2) Cause is the person initiating the communication, the point of origin. (LP, Ch 2, Comm in Full; CCM, Ch. 1, The Comm Formula)

Chain – 1) A group of incidents whose content has similar perceptions, but the R/M sees them as identical. (LP, Ch. 4, Chains)

2) Our Reactive Mind recordings link to each other by chains. A severe physical trauma recording acts as the ‘basic trauma’ in the chain, after which, later on the Time Track, will come more recordings of physical and emotional traumas. Above these, closer to present, many reactivating incidents will appear. (LP, Ch. 6, The Art of Listening)

Charge – 1) The traumatic incident, the one the person cannot experience comfortably, is an event of a clash between the person and his environment. If we examine this closely, we observe that there are always two flows involved, clashing or conflicting one with the other. Every physical or emotional pain is the result of two opposing motions colliding and thus causing pain and negative energy, which we call the ‘Charge’. In such an incident the person always has a ‘Disagreement with Life’. Something unwanted is happening to the person, he resists the occurrence, rejects or protests it, he does not agree with what life is doing to him. (LP, Ch. 4, Disagreements with Life)

2) The mental emotional charge, mostly found in the R/M, but sometimes also in the Aware Mind, is what causes us to feel heavy, tired, depressed, bummed out, when we recall upsetting or sad incidents from the past. The charge that accompanies unpleasant incidents results in the physical feeling of burden, walking bent with a sad face, or sensing exhaustion or despair. (LP, Ch. 4, Chains)

3) Harmful energy that accumulates in the R/M the moment an emotional or physical trauma occurs. The trauma is a clash between a person and his environment, or an action of the environment against a person. During such an incident, in which a person’s survival is harmed, charge is created that goes into action when the recording of the incident is reactivated. (LP, Ch. 6, The Art of Listening)

C & I Drill 1, Body Control – On this drill, the first of the C&I Drills, the emphasis is on willingness and ability to control another’s body, in motion, without talking. The purpose of the drill is to accustom student to moving another body than his own without verbal communication. (C&I, Ch. 4, Drill 1)

C & I Drill 2, Verbal Control – The purpose of the drill is to accustom student to moving another body by giving verbal commands only. (C&I, Ch. 4, Drill 2)

C & I Drill 3, Enforcing Compliance – The purpose of the drill is to train student never to be stopped by a person when he gives a command. To train him to run fine control in any circumstances. To teach him to handle rebellious people. To bring about his willingness to handle other people. (C&I, Ch. 4, Drill 3)

C & I Drill 4, Tone 40 on an Object – On this drill and the subsequent one, we go beyond control to the realm of postulates and intending. The purpose of the drill is to make student clearly achieve Tone 40 commands. To clarify intentions as different from words. To start student on road to handling objects and people with postulates. To obtain obedience based on intention, not wholly on spoken commands. (C&I, Ch. 4, Drill 4)

C & I Drill 5, Tone 40 on a Person – The purpose of the drill is to make student able to maintain Tone 40 on another person under any stress or duress. (C&I, Ch. 4, Drill 5)

Clear – 1) Once we remove all the charge hidden in our Reactive Mind and once all the traumatic incidents are refiled in the Aware Mind, we reach the fortunate state of our Time Track no longer having gaps from lack of awareness. Our Aware Mind now contains all our past experiences, and our Reactive Mind will be erased, it no longer exists. A person who no longer has a Reactive Mind, whose past experiences are all in his Aware Mind, is a Clear. (LP, Ch. 3, Rehabilitating the Spirit)

2) The Clear has certainty he’s an immortal spirit. He enjoys mental clarity and can progress toward personal power free of the shackles of the Reactive Mind. He has keen memory and can easily retrieve pictures from his Time Track and use them. He has no unwanted reactions; he is open and honest in his relationships with others. He is free of psychosomatic illnesses, and when he does fall ill, rarely, he recovers quickly. (LP, Ch. 3, Rehabilitating the Spirit)

3) The Clear adopts long-term goals for his benefit and the well-being of all drives. He enjoys high self-confidence, he is free of concerns based in the past and therefore progresses with calm and confidence toward attaining his goals. The Clear person exhibits personal power without abusing it. (LP. Ch. 8, The Clear)

Clearing Processes – Clearing Processes, basic and advanced, achieve a similar result: erasure of trauma recordings from the Reactive Mind and transfer of them to the Aware Mind. (LP. Ch. 8, Clearing processes)

Coach – When you do the drill, you are called the student, and your partner who helps you go through the drill is called a coach. (CCM, Ch. 4, What are Comm Drills?)

Coaching – 1) The action of helping your partner to go through a drill is called coaching. When you do the drill, you are called the student, and your partner who helps you go through the drill is called a coach. (The author)

2) Assist your partner go through the drill is called coaching. (CCM, Ch. 4, What are Comm Drills?; C&I, Ch. 4, What are C&I Drills?)

Comment – Person commenting about his environment (you talking to him are part of his environment). (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 8)

Comm Drill 1, Being Here – The ability to be here and now is vital to every activity in your life, definitely your relations with others. The purpose of the drill is to train the student to be here comfortably. The idea is to bring the student to an ability of being here and now, to experience comfortably, at a distance of three feet from the other person, to be here and do nothing else but being here. (LP, Ch. 5, Drill 1, Being Here; CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 1)

Comm Drill 2, Confronting – Confront is defined as the ability to stand in front of someone or something. The purpose of the drill is to acquire the skill to confront another person. To be able to sit quietly and look at someone else, without nervous spasms or tension arising from the lack of willingness to confront. (LP, Ch. 5, Drill 2; CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 2)

Comm Drill 3, Confronting Bullbaited – We all have “buttons”, What is a button? It is that thing which makes us involuntarily react. The purpose of the drill is to train student to confront another person regardless of what that person is doing or saying. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 3)

Comm Drill 4, Delivering Communication – On this drill we finally advance from confronting silently to actually delivering a communication to another. The purpose of the drill is to teach the student to deliver a communication to another person newly and in a new unit of time without flinching or trying to overwhelm or using a via. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 4)

Comm Drill 5, Acknowledgment – The purpose of the drill is to teach the student that an acknowledgement is a method of controlling another person’s communication and that an acknowledgement is a full stop. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 5)

Comm Drill 6, Half-Acknowledgment – The purpose of the drill is to teach the student that a half-acknowledgement is a method of encouraging a person to communicate. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 6)

Comm Drill 7, Getting an Answer – How many times have you asked a question but never got an answer? Or, requested another to do something but he never complied? The purpose of this drill is to teach a student to duplicate without variation a question or request, each time newly in its own unit of time, and repeat it until he receives an answer. He then acknowledges it. Also, you must teach the student that one never asks a second question until he has received an answer to the one already asked. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 7)

Comm Drill 8, Handling Originations – On this drill we learn to handle a real, live conversation; we drill handling any situation that may come up when we talk to another person. The purpose of this drill is to teach the student not to be tongue-tied or startled or thrown off by the coach’s originations and to maintain high ARC with the other person throughout the handling of his origination. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 8)

Communication – Communication is the most important of ARC Triangle. Communication is the exchange of ideas or information or objects between two people. (LP, Ch. 2, The Understanding Triangle, CCM, Ch. 1, The Understanding Triangle)

Communication (The Route to Spiritual Freedom) – This stage deals with the emotional barriers a pre-clear suffers from that damage his ability to convey his ideas to others, with his inhibitions to communicate about certain subjects, and with difficulty he might have to receive communication from others. (Ch.: RSF)

Communication Formula consists of the following elements: Cause, Distance, Effect, A Relayed Particle, Intention, Attention, Duplication and Understanding. (CCM, Ch. 1, The Comm Formula)

Confront – 1) Confront is defined as the ability to stand in front of someone or something. It is similar to the term experiencing comfortably. When we say that a person confronts, we mean that he stands in front of something, without flinching or avoiding. (LP, Ch. 5, Drill 2, CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 2)

2) Confront is ability to experience comfortably. (CCM, Ch. 3, Confront and Life)

3) To confront means to stand facing the world or someone or something, and to perceive it with your senses, without avoiding or flinching. (CCM, Ch. 3, Confront and Life)

Content, Conservatism – 3.0 on the Scale of Emotions – The ambition to preserve what already exists and a resistance to changes. From this stage downward there is an anxiety regarding life’s dangers. (LP, Ch. 1, The Scale of Existence and Emotions, C&I, Ch. 2, Responsibility and the Emotions Scale)

Control – 1) Control is the willingness and the ability to start, change and stop my own or someone else’s action. Control is the moving of things in the material world, but it is also the giving of instructions and guidance to another, leading and taking command over people. (LP, Ch. 2, The Power Triangle, C&I, Ch. 2, The Power Triangle)

2) All control is, in essence, is positive direction. (C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence)

3) The cycle of action is simply Start, Change, Stop. This is also the definition of control. (C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence)

4) When we are talking about control – for the purpose of studying it and raising one’s ability – we actually don’t mean control the way people usually mean it. We are talking about a new thing: A positive direction, in present time, from one being to another, with the end view of matching up to the optimum solution. A striving for the greatest good for the greatest number of drives. (C&I, Ch. 1, Anatomy of Control: Intention and Determinism)

5) Control consists entirely of starting, changing and stopping. There are no other factors in positive control. If one can start something, change its position in space or existence in time and stop it, all at will, you would say he is in control over it. (C&I, Ch. 1, Control and Work)

Control and Intention Drills – The purpose of the five Control & Intention Drills, C & I Drills 1 to 5, is to bring about in the student the willingness and ability to handle and control other people’s bodies, and to cheerfully confront another person while giving that person commands. Also, to maintain a high level of control in any circumstances. (C&I, Ch. 4, Control and Intention Drills)

Control Ineptitude – Fictional disease. (C&I, Author)

Covert Hostility – 1.1 on the Scale of Emotions – This person is stuck between the anger of 1.5 and the fear at 1.0. He wants to destroy but is afraid of being caught or punished. The world is a dangerous place to him but he must not express this, thus he wants to hurt others while appearing nice and kind. (LP, Ch. 1, The Scale of Existence and Emotions, C&I, Ch. 2, Responsibility and the Emotions Scale; CCM, Ch. 2, The Emotions Scale)

Creation of Future – 30.0 on the Scale of Emotions – A state in which a person creates his or her future and defines his games’ goals. He functions confidently in his current environment and has a vision regarding his own existence. He consistently advances toward fulfilling his dreams. (LP, Ch. 1, The Scale  of Existence and Emotions, C&I, Ch. 2, Responsibility and the Emotions Scale; CCM, Ch. 2, The Emotions Scale)

Cycle of Action – The cycle of action is simply Start, Change, Stop. (C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence)

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