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Randomity is a new term we’ve coined from the word ‘random’. Random means: Something acting without definite aim, direction, rule or method. (Merriam-Webster dictionary). The word ‘random’ is typically used as an adjective (random process, random sampling); we add the suffix ‘–ity’ to form a noun which refers to the state or property of a random condition. 
By ‘randomity’ we mean the ratio between the amount of expected motion and the amount of unexpected motion. (C&I, Ch. 2, More Responsibility? Absolutely!) 

Rational Behavior – It is behavior that optimally serves man’s survival and his Eight Drives. (LP, Ch. 8, The Clear)

Reactivating Incident – 1) A reactivating incident is an incident that reactivates a Chain. It is the very fact that this incident is recorded fully in the Aware Mind, the person alert and aware of what he’s seeing, why now trouble starts. The Reactive Mind (R/M) which operates below our level of consciousness, perceives the content which seems to it identical, and creates the connection between the incidents, that is why we call it a ‘Chain of Incidents’. The ‘Reactivating Incident’ of which we are aware, stored in the Aware Mind, is the one that reactivates the traumas hidden in our R/M. (LP, Ch. 4, Chains)
2) A current incident that a person confronts at ease, during which a traumatic incident recording is restimulated. It is a record in the aware mind that does not contain any physical or emotional trauma, when a person is in full awareness yet feels discomfort because of a reactivation of a past traumatic incident. (LP, Ch. 6, The Art of Listening)

Reactive Mind – 1) The Reactive Mind contains unpleasant, intolerable or unbearable events that we cannot face comfortably. Such incidents we do not record into our Aware Mind and we have no control over them. Such incidents are filed into the subconscious, which is the Reactive Mind. (LP, Ch. 4, The Reactive Mind)
2) The R/M controls animals. Ivan Pavlov showed that one can train a rat to pass through a maze, because at each wrong turn he gets a small electric shock. We can make a dog salivate every time we ring a bell before we show him food. (LP, Ch. 4, The Reactive Mind)
 3) Identities, X=X=X=X, is the Reactive Mind’s mode of operation. Whatever once threatened our existence will always endanger our existence, and we must quickly get away from it. (LP, Ch. 4, The Reactive Mind)
4) The R/M is the pool of recordings of failures and defeats I have suffered, the times the environment overwhelmed me. (LP, Ch. 7, Mastering Your Mind)

Reality – Reality is basically an agreement on what is or what exists. Something that is real is something that we agree exists and can be perceived by our senses. Reality is that which we see exists. (LP, Ch. 2, The Understanding Triangle, CCM Ch. 1, The Understanding Triangle)

Recall ProcessesThe Recall Processes will greatly improve your memory, help you rise on the Emotions Scale and rehabilitate your self-confidence. In addition, the Recall Processes prepare you for the next step, erasing the traumas in the R/M with the Clearing Process. (LP, Ch. 7, Mastering Your Mind)

Reducing the Incident – We continue running this incident to reduce it, meaning charge blown, exposing further details about the incident and progressing toward release and erasure. (LP, Ch. 8, Drilling BCP)

Release – see: Point of Release.

Removing the Fixed Decision – Once we have reached the erasure of the entire chain, we will perform a complementary step – removing the fixed decision of that chain. This is the fixed decision the P/C made at the time he suffered the basic trauma, a decision that influenced his behavior over many years and turned him into an aberrated person. (LP, Ch. 8, The BCP)

Renewal (Route to Spiritual Freedom) – Past disappointments and changes forced on a person, might cause fear of future change and reluctance to take initiative. Completing this stage, the pre-clear is free of past frustrations and looks to the future with enthusiasm. (LP, Ch.: RSF)

Responsibility – 1) It is a person’s willingness to recognize himself as cause. Responsibility is not laying blame on myself or another. (LP, Ch. 1, Responsibility)
2) Responsibility is an area of life or an action for which a person is willing to assume the position of causation. Thus, responsibility exists based solely on power of choice; I am responsible only for those things that I agree to being their cause. (LP, Ch. 1, Responsibility)
3) Responsibility is the ability and willingness to take on the position of full cause on each of our drives. Responsibility is also the concern for the survival or well-being of another person or animal or object. Responsibility is the governing component in the Triangle of Power. (LP, Ch. 2, The Power Triangle, C&I, Ch. 2, The Power Triangle)
4) Responsibility, we’ve seen, is the ability and willingness to assume the status of full source and cause for all efforts and counter-efforts on all drives. (C&I, Ch. 2, More Responsibility? Absolutely!)

Restimulation – 1) Stimulation occurs when something rouses a reaction in us. The prefix ‘re-‘ means a repeat action. When my senses perceive in the present environment images, sounds, smells, tactile sensations, or any perception similar to the perceptions of a trauma stored in the R/M, the R/M grasps these as identical. It becomes restimulated and acts instantly to prevent that same dangerous traumatic event from recurring. (LP, Ch.4, Reactivation)
2) The phenomenon of a trauma recording ‘going into action’ when something in the present environment of a person resembles the content of that recording. (LP, Ch. 6, The Art of Listening)

Route to Spiritual Freedom – The chart that shows all the Stages up to Clear is called ‘The Route to Spiritual Freedom’, also ‘Route’. (LP, Ch.: RSF)

Run – When we say ‘run’, we mean to perform or deliver a listening process. (LP, Ch. 8, CP: Basic and Advanced)

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