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Fear – 1.0 on the Scale of Emotions – This is the emotion that takes hold of us when our survival is immediately threatened. We do not know how to defend ourselves and become gripped with fear. Physical reactions sometimes accompany this stage such as trembling, sweating, muttering or weeping. (LP, Ch. 1, The Scale of Existence and Emotions, C&I, Ch. 2, Responsibility and the Emotions Scale; CCM, Ch. 2, The Emotions Scale)

Figure-figure – 1) Thoughts, opinions, or ideas based only on significance, not on experience or fact. (Author)
2) To think about, try to figure out or find “reason for” something without actually confronting it. (Author)

Fifth Drive – The Fifth Drive is the animals and plants in our world. We humans, destroy animals and plants, but also act for the preservation of life forms and nature. (LP, Ch. 1, The Drives of Survival; C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence; CCM, Ch. 2, The Survival Drives)

First Drive – 1) The First Drive is indeed primal and toward our own survival. We eat, we take care of our physical health, we study to acquire personal knowledge and skills, we act to increase our influence. We also take care of ourselves emotionally and spiritually, to be happy, to rise on the Scale of Emotions, and to progress toward eternity. (LP, Ch. 1, The Drives of Survival; C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence; CCM, Ch. 2, The Survival Drives)

Fixed Decision – see: Fixed Idea.

Fixed Idea – 1) when the traumatic incident takes place, we want to learn our lesson and draw the right conclusion to warn ourselves from a similar catastrophe in the future. This is why, when a person experiences trauma, physical or emotional, as he becomes dizzy or loses consciousness, he makes a snap decision about the occurrence. Decisions made while experiencing trauma, become part of the incident’s perceptions, and they are stored in the R/M, together with all the details of the recorded incident and its charge. The decisions made during a past trauma, become fixed ideas for the future. (LP, Ch. 4, Fixed Ideas)
2) The R/M is an inexhaustible and inexorable source for fixed ideas and all kinds of nonsense that people sometimes speak. When someone says something illogical, unrealistic or counter-survival, you know one thing for sure: that person is expressing a fixed idea that originates from a decision he made while recording a trauma. (LP, Ch. 4, Fixed Ideas)

Flat – Meaning it elicits no further response. (CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 3)

Flattened – Flattened means something that at first caused you to react with discomfort, no longer causes such a reaction. (LP, Ch. 5, Drill 1, CCM, Ch. 4, Drill 1)

Flatten Item – see: Item.

Fourth Drive – 1) The Fourth Drive is our survival as part of mankind and for the human race as a whole. Every person’s higher aim is to help one’s fellow man and work with a group – Third Drive – to create a better world – Fourth Drive. (LP, Ch. 1, The Drives of Survival; C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives of Existence; CCM, Ch. 2, The Survival Drives)

Full Responsibility means responsibility for all acts, all emotions on every drive and in every sphere as if one’s own. At full responsibility one would not suffer from excess-randomity as one has taken responsibility for all efforts. (C&I, Ch. 2, More Responsibility? Absolutely!) 

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