Chinese Book of Changes going far back into antiquity, the origins of which are not exactly known. Book of wisdom and system of divination. Most popular and perhaps best version by Richard Wilhelm, translation rendered to English by Cary F. Baynes with forward by C.G. Jung. Based on the Yin/Yang polarity produced by heads/tails means of chance, translated to the broken and unbroken line. Six lines comprise a hexagram, for a total of sixty-four combinations, composed of an upper and lower trigram of three lines each, for a total of eight trigrams. The method is to ask a question and throw coins or drop sticks. The book lists the sixty-four Hexagrams with conversion chart and explains the meaning of each.


Interpretive Context Tandem w/ Ego and Identity
The Identities are created by the Thinking-I as Interpretive Context, usually as categorized Associative context for the actualization of objectives, such as butcher, baker, candlestick-maker. Any number of Identities may be created with usually one as Primary and the rest as Secondary. The placeholder of Identity is an aspect of the Soul Psyche, and while one is stuck with one's body and Ego, one may create an Identity which attemps to correspond to one's Metaphysical-I. Dissertations: Psychology, Metaphysical Psychology I, Metaphysical Psychology II


Interpretive Context, Identity Personifications, Tandem w/ Ego Interpretation
Interpretation of reality through the context of any number of Identities as can be created by the mind and that is usually based on objectives, such as baker, care-taker, father, mother or postman. The Identities represent the Interpretive Context for any number, to all possible Identity personifications that any given single individual is capable of adopting, as actual like a performing magician, or imaginative states of mind like the pretense of being a magician. The ability of the creation of Identities and associated Identity Interpretations would be said to be the source of most human conflict, hatreds, friction, antagonisms or hostilities when based on objectives that differentiate from others especially as superior, such as religious or racial identities. Identities can be in conflict with the body Ego. Dissertations: Psychology, Metaphysical Psychology I, Metaphysical Psychology II


Any given present circumstance is what counts, as what one has to live through endure and undergo, because it possesses Consequence to the sensory system. Present circumstance in Future is assessed or projected from the Associative context of either: the known past, such as the constancy of air to breathe, or from future projection which may or may not be fairly certain, such as rain or shine. The Savant is the master of everything known based on past experience, and which can project the future with a fair degree of certainty in areas of expertise, like stock market success. The Idiot blunders and makes every mistake, by which the Savant learns why what is correct is necessary. The Idiot sabotages the future or the best laid plans of the Savant, because the Idiot possesses an unconscious mechanism of foreseeing the future. This capacity must be unconscious because known future would predetermine every decision in present reducing will to mechanical automatism. Known outcome predetermines choice which is why people don't jump from planes without parachutes. Correct future choices is the necessity to conform future conditions to fixed already existing conditions, regardless of the time frame. The human body cannot endure extreme cold or heat for long. The Idiot is found in the concept of the Identity and the Savant in the concept of the Ego. {Dissertation: Memory Dictate}


Duality & Compassion
One of the three basic tenants of Buddhism including Duality and Compassion. The problem with the concept of Illusion is what do they mean by it? A statement commonly heard in the discussion of Buddhism is 'life is but an illusion'. Perhaps it is simply a vehicle to cause one to question one's assumptions about life. It is said that the Buddha even believed the Soul to be an illusion. This might indicate that the Buddha believed all individual form and anything other than a universal all inclusive being as may be Chi, to be temporary an thus an llusion. Or perhaps what it means is that the Mundane Consciousness or Singular Self is an illusion. This may be illustrated by an incident described by Ram Dass, who said something to the affect that the first time he did LSD he left his body, and from outside himself he asked, who is that idiot, referring to himself, that thinks he is whatever identity he believed himself to be? {Dissertation: Levels of Consciousness}


Cognizant Triad Tandem w/ Embodiment
[Cognizance Theory]
Incarnation would be said to be infusion of the Cognizant Triad into the plane of the Cognizance of Being, as specifically into or the creation of Psychesoma, as the individualization of the Cognizant Triad in the Metaphysical Dimension.


Tandem w/ Direct Memory Retrieval [Metaphysical Psychology]
Memory that is not recalled directly as forgetfulness, but which pops into one's mind unsolicited at some later time.


Extended Existence [Metaphysical Principles]
Infinite Being means the eternal existence of either or both a singular or universal Soul, Spirit or Metaphysical-I. Any consciousness of Infinite Being may require the dynamic of memory or the Negative Dimension.


Olamic Value
The transcension from Finite Context and Definitive Value, worth and consequence of the Mundane Consciousness, to the Olamic Value of Symbolic Consciousness. Where the evaluation of the Consequence of any phenomenon, entity or circumstance is relative to the ability of the individual, to envision any degree of value as unlimited, extended to the greatest power, as either less or more, that can be imagined.


Conservative Tandem w/ External Authority and Intrinsic Authority
Where the self decides what is decided and makes all decisions to the greatest extent possible. Because the individual cannot know everything and must aquire knowledge over time, a certain reliance on External Authority is necessary. However External sources are always regarded with scepticism and suspicion. One is not responsible for what others do, but only for what is self-decided. Responsibility when one is reliant on others is no blame, when does the best one can. Complete Internal Authority requires a life-time of study and dedication to the knowledge of self and the world at large.


Whole, Part Tandem w/ External Whole
Both a Part and a Whole are each a circumscribed domain, composed of numerically limited multiplicity of elements or components as Parts, which comprise a unified function in conjunction with each other. An Internal Whole explains the phenomenon and function of an entity as internal to itself. A Part explains the phenomenon and function of an entity as external to itself. Every Whole is a Part and every Part is a Whole. However when an Internal Whole in its secondary function as a Part produces no discernable results and products external to itself, it is called a Choate Whole. The speculation would be that if every Part produces something substantial external to itself, this Substantiality would be non-discernable as other-dimensional.


Dimensional Trinity Tandem w/ Transdimensional [Cognizance Theory] An example of Interpenetrate Planes is mind and memory, which would seem non-physical, and interpenetrate in a physical world. The Cognizant Essence is considered Transdimensional, existing simultaneously or Interpenetrate in three dimensions simultaneously, as the Positive, Negative and Metaphysical Dimensions. The thinking here being, that greater degrees of Cognizance would demand the simultaneous access of all three dimensions. From Hinduism, Theosophy and others, the concept that the cosmological structure of the universe is composed of seven impenetrate planes, as the Physical, Emotional, Mental, Buddhic, Atmic, Monadic, and the Adi. These range from the most course, as the physical or Given Existence, to each in order being more subtle than the last. Each plane is independent of the others, while each resides in the same space simultaneously.


Interpretive Context, Interpretive Personification
[Ternary Postulate]
Interpretation is the selection of specific memories as Associations, from the multitudenous store in the memory, which are attached to specific registration or thinking, in the immediate present. The agent of Interpretation is the Thinking-I. Interpretation is one the three fundamental elements of the Ternary Postulate including Cognizance and Determination.


Interpretive Context, Ego and Identity
[Cognizance Theory] [Metaphysical Psychology]
Every perceived entity or preexisting mental manifestations are recognized, identified and given context by remembered Association. The choice of Association is called interpretation. Interpretive Context is the particular associations one chooses from the the myriad of possibilities available, which are attached to any given present sensation or mental activity, like imaging or thinking. The sight or thought of a mushroom cloud may manifest a plethora of varying contexts of interpretations from varying people, as anything from total devastation to esthetic beauty. Interpretive Context is the basis of Metaphysical Psychology specifically as associative context pertaining one's singular physical body, or associative context pertaining to the creation of multiple Identities, or as interpretation from singular to a multiplicity of perspectives.


Interpretive Context, Ego and Identity
[Cognizance Theory]
Interpretive Personification refers specifically to the Ego and Identity, as two archetypal contexts for the interpretation of the Positive Dimension, the physical world or anything outside the Thinking-I, from a vested perspective.


Interpretive Personification [Cognizance Theory] In the state of physical Embodiment, the Ego is said to be singular, as the personification of the singular material body; and the Identity is said to be the product of the mind, of which any number are possible. Inverse Personification means that the condition of the Metaphysical-I is said to be the opposite, or a singular Identity in the state of unebodiment or non-physical existence, but with multible Egos meaning that the Thinking-I can create or assume any number.


Cognizant Triad Tandem w/ Metaphysical-I [ Cognizance Theory]
The Invisible-I is a descriptive term which may be used interchangeably with the term Metaphysical-I, but which specifically refers to the concept of the Invisibility Principle. The Invisible-I represents a greater context and perspective continuing into Extended Existence, as life beyond death also called spirit. Because conscious knowledge of such an existence would negate the validity and consequence of the present reality of the material world, and invalidate Will, by virtue of the fact that decisions would have no perceived lasting affect, it is said that the Metaphysical or Invisible-I would be invisible to itself. {Dissertation: Cognizance Theory}


Invisible-I [Metaphysical Principles] [ Cognizance Theory]
Assuming Metaphysical Existence, the Invisible-I represents Transcendent Being, spirit or spirit guide, the concept being that if one had certain knowledge of past and future Metaphysical Existence, such knowledge would negate present physical experience to little or no consequence. It represents clairvoyance, the future, and a consciousness transcended beyond the single lifetime. This consciousness it is said, must be invisible to itself, at least in the material world, because if it were known to itself, it would conflict with the physical self which would not seem real, and what would be the sense in an unreal existence. {Dissertation: Cognizance Theory}


Spiritual Epiphany
The dictionary definition is Selfhood. Defined here as a sense of self or Transcendent Identity that comes or is created with an experience of Spiritual Epiphany, or the experience of non-physical being.