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Internal Analysis is a method for exploring past learning and conditioning and its affects upon thinking, acting and the sensations, feelings and emotions; by revisiting past events as memory recall, and analyzing the meaning of words and concepts as connected to specific context and circumstance of real past events. The individual makes decisions in everyday life based on definitions, which are statements of what one believes to be true, such that one will act on them. The statement represents the accepted definitions of entities and events, which act as momentum and inertia in which decisions are made automatically. There are two types of definitions termed Common and Personal. Common Definitions are like those in Dictionaries which are necessary for mutual agreement between people. Personal Definitions are those of one's own opinion, usually based upon personalized experience and thinking which may be at odds with others. The question is defined as a disruption of the inertia and momentum of the static state of accepted definitions, which may need to be resolved before activity can proceed. The question also represents the absence of known states in future which are sure and certain.


The purpose of the Analytical Method is for examining the meaning and definitions of words and concepts like time, truth, law, conditioning, emotion and nearly anything that one cares to examine. The object is to write definitions based upon one's own analysis which may be either a Personal Definition or coincide with a Common type. One can check out dictionary definitions and especially the root origins such as Greek, Latin, Anglo Saxon etc., to attempt ascertain the basic origins and original meanings. Or one may not want to be influenced by already given definitions.


First a question is written down. Then the question is rephrased as a statement with the conclusion left blank.

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