THE NEW TRIANGLE DATA AND SPIRITUAL THERAPY
(This article should probably not be read until after you have read and understood "The Three Part Cycle (triangle) of Damned Near Everything.")
The breakthrough I made recently identifying some of the most basic actions of a thetan -- as-isness, alter-isness, and not-isness -- as being the source and origin of the other basic triangles such as ARC and SCS, has profound significance in relation to spiritual development and rehabilitation. Both the "clearing" of Scientology and the meditations of Buddhism are clarified by this data. I suspect it may assist anyone doing research by giving them a baseline stable datum against which to double check any proposed process.
As per the above named article, here are the usual triangles (plus the Universe triangle in line 7 and the Heisenberg triangle in line 9). The first line is the most basic triangle, with the lines under it consisting of permutations, echoes at lower harmonics and other variations of the basic actions of a thetan.
The first item is "as-isness" and it is the action sought after by a PC in almost all Scientology auditing. Only in a few OT drills does the processee aim for achieving items in the 2nd column, like with drilling intention or energy flows. Often the 2nd column is used as a means to achieve column one -- communication and control being the most common examples -- but it is a means, not the desired end result.
Much of magic and some of yoga consist of 2nd column practices. These are valid activities leading to rehabilitating some of what the scios call OT powers, but they do not achieve erasure, clearing, resolution of case, etc. Only activities in the first column resolve case, especially the first item of the top line: as-isness. This discovery of the identity of the various triangles explains why a process such as holding the corners of a room is effective -- it falls under "space" in the first column.
The four profound states of Buddhism called Brahma-Vihara are all found in the first column. These are: metta (goodwill), karuna (compassion), mudita (appreciative joy), and upekkha
(equanimity). They represent an ever expanding sphere of affinity which occurs as the Buddhist awakens from the dream of life. The fourth state, upekkha, should be regarded as far more than a mere calm -- a scio should perhaps consider it as equivalent to a floating TA in confront of the entire universe.
The greatest assistance this discovery will give us is the knowledge that the items in the third column should be avoided as much as possible when assisting others and clearing ourselves in processing and meditation. The third column items are the pitfalls we used to get us into difficulty in the first place. They are the things we must address and undo in processing and meditation. Three of them -- have, reality and responsibility -- are not recognized by the Co$ are being part of the problem. Taking responsibility for something is an incomplete action; going beyond responsibility and control would involve high affinity and becoming the thing, leading to a great deal of as-isness because to be a thing is to know it intimately. In the KRC triangle therefore, the K of know (not "know about", which is below not-know!) is the important item -- just as the A, affinity, is the key in the ARC triangle. In the latter case the reality should be known, and communication used as the means, the via, to achieve understanding, but the understanding itself derives from the exact as-isness which is AFFINITY.
The "havingness" processes of scientology are a possible source of confusion, given this new data. Reviewing them I notice that some of them seem to fall more under "do" than "have", so perhaps they are misnamed?
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