Third Drive – 1) The Third Drive is our community survival. Man developed the ability to live with others in a group, and form organizations, as the only way to build buildings and machines and tools that enabled him to improve the quality of his existence and significantly prolong his life expectancy. Our workplace, the sports clubs we attend, friends with whom we spent time or argue, a political party we support—all these belong to our Third Drive. (LP, Ch. 1, The Drives of Survival; C&I, Ch. 1, Control and the Drives vof Existence; CCM, Ch. 2, The Survival Drives)
Time Track – 1) We create approximately twenty-five recordings per second, accurately arranged in our mind in chronological order, and thus our personal Time Track is built. This is our mind, our memory, it contains the entire course of our life, everything that ever happened to or took place nearby, everything we have ever perceived: seen, heard, felt, thought, or smelled. (LP, Ch. 4, The Aware Mind)
2) The Time Track contains a record of each incident we experience, every living moment. (LP, Ch. 4, The Aware Mind)
Tone 40 is the state we have seen on the Emotions Scale, Stage 40, Serenity of Being. We use ‘tone’ to denote a quality, the nature of something. When a person has attained this state, one is giving a command and just knows that it will be executed, despite any contrary appearances. Tone 40 is positive postulating.
A Tone 40 command or decision is a positive postulate with no counter-thought expected, anticipated or anything else. Thus we have total control. It is a clean execution of intention, a pure state. (C&I, Ch. 4, C&I Drill 4)
Tone 40 Control is an exact estimation of effort needed for some task, without any stops or jerks, that means, smooth motion. (C&I, Ch. 4, C&I Drill 4)
Transgression – A transgression or misdeed is an act by one person that harms or hurts other people. It is an action a person would not want others to do to him, an act that contradicts his or her agreements with the other person. A misdeed deviates from what is agreed or allowed. When a person commits a transgression, he will try to hide it. (LP, Ch. 1, The Good, The Bad and The Ugly)
Trauma – 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. (LP, Ch. 4, Disagreements with Life)
Trauma Recording – The exact and complete record of the physical or emotional trauma, which a person files in his Reactive Mind. (LP, Ch. 6, The Art of Listening)
Trust – The person being cleared gives you, the listener, his full trust and opens his heart to you. Never betray his trust. Never tell anyone of what has come up in a session. (LP, Ch. 6, Mastering your Mind)
Truth – Truth is whatever exactly happened, when it happened and where the incident took place. The incident that took place is a description of the motion of people and objects in the physical world and accurate information about the time and the place of the event. (LP, Ch. 1, Responsibility)
Turns on – Something that caused you to react with discomfort. (CCM, Drill 1, Being here)
Two-Way Communication – There are two kinds of communication, depending upon the viewpoint one assumes. There is outflowing communication and there’s inflowing communication. A conversation is the rapid and ongoing alternating between outflowing and inflowing communication.
There is a basic rule here: He who wishes to outflow must also be willing to inflow; and he who agrees to inflow must also be able to outflow. (CCM, Ch. 3, Comm further Examined)