Root Cell. However oneness cannot be comprehended.is a unity: in formula terms: , representing the
THEE-name for the Root Hierarchy is .emanates the (formula: ) and comprehension can then commence. Sometimes I refer to « » to emphasize that all human endeavour is truly creative. is utterly personal, and on the border of biology. Its first emanation must also be personal. So the full
From the hierarchy that is born of the Origin, a myriad of manifestations flow, and these are all experienced and perceived as being « ». « » are all manifestations of and . They must be accounted for and ordered within THEE.
There is an enormous literature. THEE's is related in some way to «volition» or «effort» in psychology. However, it does not necessarily refer to «will» as discussed by philosophers and theologians since earliest times. Most of their manifestations of «will» are best linked to entities much deeper within the Taxonomy. Some acts that could be under the control of a person’s turn out be quasi-automatic or reflex habit. When this occurs, the person's actions lie outside psychosocial reality.
People appear to operate with two forms ofthat have diametrically opposing qualities:
However, neutral or positive, because bivalence contradicts unification. Bi-valence emerges with values (within ), which are definitely polarizing. Findings and conjectures in the Your Better Self series of frameworks support the idea of a single form of . But these are speculative conjectures.is probably
as if these levels were absent. In such case, the levels then present as harmful states.cannot be absent or non-functioning until death, and the same probably applies to its components: the . The inner complexity of each unfolds as we use its specific energies. A person can function
Assuming no severe mental illness, these states will be, or can be, altered or reversed. The dysfunction of apparent lack may have many causes.
Extreme volitional pathologies found in schizophrenia, severe depression and mania, lie on the border of biology if not within it. Psychological states like listlessness, tiredness, exhaustion, apathy, boredom may reflect a failure to engage the will, but more likely express a perverse and mostly unconscious use of .
This page contains the limits of conjectures made aboutto date. It is very difficult to say much with any confidence.
Originally posted: 27-Jan-2011; Last updated: 13-Feb-2014.