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Integrity (Route to Spiritual Freedom) – This stage handles things the PC has done that hurt others and damaged himself or his environment. It also handles harmful acts others did to the PC. (LP, Ch.: RSF)

Intention – 1) Cause has the Intention to relay the communication, and it must give its Attention to the person receiving it, the Effect. Effect has the Intention to receive the Communication and pays Attention to Cause. (LP, Ch. 2, Comm in Full. CCM, Ch. 1, The Comm Formula).
2) Intention is something one wishes to do. It’s an impulse towards something. It’s an idea that someone is going to accomplish something. If you intend something to happen it happens if you intend it to happen. (The author)
3) Intention is the command factor as much as anything else. If you intend something to happen it happens if you intend it to happen. An intention is something that one wishes to do. He intends to do it; it’s an impulse towards something; it’s an idea that one is going to accomplish something. (C&I, Ch. 4, C&I Drill 4)
4) Intention is cause. When you intend something, it happens because you intend it. If it does not happen, well, you didn’t really intend for it. (C&I, Ch. 1, Anatomy of Control: Intention and Determinism) 

Interested – A person, being a life unit or Spirit, is interested. A healthy person is Extroverted, inquisitively looking out about him at life and its objects, animated or still. (CCM, Ch. 3, Comm further Examined)

Interesting – 1) It is easy to become “interesting” to a student; to make him laugh and act up a bit. (CCM, Ch. 4, Coach’s Hat)
 2) Physical objects are interesting. A miserable, dejected person is Introverted, looking into himself, worried about his state, in a condition of figure-figure about life and his mind. He is not interested in life; he prays someone will find him interesting. (CCM, Ch. 3, Comm further Examined)

Interview – The interview allows information to be received that the listener uses for preparing the process, the interview itself is not a process. An interview is a conversation in which the listener asks a question and receives the answer of the person being cleared, to whom he will later deliver the process. (LP, Ch. 5, Life Confront Process)

Irrational Reaction – It is a reaction that does not correspond to reality or that we ourselves do not wish to have. Something takes hold of us and compels us to behave or feel in a certain way, harmful or undesirable. (LP, Ch.4, The Reactive Mind)

Item – An Item is a subject or object or someone’s name, that we handle by applying the process. A ‘hot item’ is an item that produces a strong reaction. On the other hand, an item that does not produce a reaction, is ‘cold’. When we say a ‘flat item’, we mean an item that at the beginning of the process produced an emotional reaction, but now no longer produces such a reaction. The charge connected with that item is handled, dissolved, blown, and now the P/C will find it confrontable. (LP, Ch. 5, Life Confront Process)

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