What is usually called Soul is here called
Psychesoma. What is usually called Spirit is here called
Euphoric. Ipseities are
Identities created in the
Context in which to
Condition, Context or
Ipseities are generally not representative of material manifestaitions, but represented as manifestations called Aphoristic Ipseities.
Ipseity is a term used to mean Spirit that is said to be an actual existing entity independent of both Somatic Being and the Psychesoma; and represents go-between the two. Identities may be created, which reflect interpretations and personifications of what the Ipseity may be and how it might be thought that the Ipseity may interpret of its own accord.
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Ipsieities are of four types called Spiritual of the
School of Condition; Religious of the
shcool of Context;
Metaphysical and Aphorisitic Ipsieities of the School of
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Religious Ipsieities are created by
External Authority, as adopted through the auspices of vicarious learning; through sources external to the actual experience of the Ego, adopted from sources external to personal experience; such as organized spiritual and religious institutions, through indoctrination and education; as word of mouth, books, education, media, or any manner of abstract educational devices. The interpretation of metaphysical phenomenon would conform to Identities as are learned and educated from primarily spiritual and religious organizations. Interpretive Contexts are determined from sources external to the actual experience of the Ego, and wherein there is no empirical verification.
Religious Ipseities are said to correspond to the function of Identities, and take such personifications; as Buddha, Christ, saints, holy-persons or shaman, of which the individual has-not nor will-have any personal experience.
Religious Ipseities are said to be materialist, in that the prexent is material resource for the future, such as heaven or Nirvanna. The objective outweighs the present.
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Spiritiual Ipsieities are created by the
Ego in correspondence to
Internal Authority, as the Interpretation and
Evaluation of phenomenon as actual experience, wherein spiritual manifestations are believed to be inherent in the natural world, as spirit and matter the same or inter-dimensional.
Spiritual Ipseities are created when Condition is considered to be of a Spiritual nature and the Extra Mundane is considered inherent in the physical world as
Dimension; such that one sees the unity of the duality called
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Metaphysical Ipsieities are defined as
Interpretive Contexts and
Personifications, that are applicable in conjunction with the
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Aphoristic Ipsieities are meant to represent extra mundane as apparent in all three dimensions as the Positive,
Negative and Metaphysical Dimensions, and are manifested as
Condition, Context or Cognizance. Ipseities which represent the
as Cognizance and Unified Function
of any all.
Aphoristic Ipseities would be said to be capable of acting in all three dimensions as the Positive, Negative and Metaphysical causing affect.
The Psychesoma is said to be unverifiable to the individual. If the Psychesoma were to be definite, free choice would be prohibitive. one always having to contrast one's decisions with that of the perceived Psychesoma.
Ipseity is defined as an Existent Entity capable of causing affect in each of the three dimensions called the Dimensional Trinity. Each of these are considered as separate dimensional bodies independent of each other but
interpenetrate each within the other. This is called the Embodied Triune.
Ipseity (1 of x)