1. Existence; a state of existence; a condition of existence. 2a. An object, idea, or symbol that exists, is thought to exist or is represented as existing. b. A person. 3. (Capital B) God. 4. One’s basic essential nature. 5. (Philosophy) a. That which can be conceived as existing. b. Absolute existence in its perfect and unqualified state; the essence of existence.
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1. The assumption or choosing of a category of identity. Beingness is assumed by oneself or given to oneself, or is attained. Examples of beingness would be one’s own name, profession, physical characteristics, role in a game – each and all of these things could be called one’s beingness. 2. The person one should be in order to survive. 3. Essentially, an identification of self with an object.
1. A firm opinion. 2. An acceptance of a thing, fact, statement, etc. 3. An acceptance that something exists.
Accusations exchanged between people who refuse to accept responsibility for an undesirable event, loss or failure. Finger pointing and scapegoating are common techniques used to divert attention and focus on a person who is assigned fault. Whenever money is lost, emotions run high and the Blame Game kicks into high gear.
1. The complete physical structure of an organism, especially of a human being or animal. A carbon-oxygen engine which runs at 37°C. The spirit being is the captain running this engine in human beings. 2. A group of individuals regarded as an entity; corporation. 3. A number of individuals or things regarded as a whole; a group; a collective mass.
1. A coaching drill where the coach attempts to find certain actions, words, phrases, mannerisms or subjects that cause the person doing the drill to become distracted from the drill by reacting to the coach. 2. A challenging and very unpleasant drill, however, it is extremely effective at bringing unconscious reactions to awareness so that they may be resolved using a Clean Slate process.
1. Items, words, phrases, subjects or areas that cause a response or reaction in an individual by the words or actions of other people; causing the person discomfort, embarrassment, upset, or uncontrollable laughter. 2. Restimulators, words, voice tones, music, that are part of the unconscious mind. 4. It is called a button because when you push it (say it) you get a reaction. 5. Buttons are often used by manipulators to gain control over a person by triggering a reaction in them. 6. The more a person uses Clean Slate processes to resolve their buttons, the more conscious, in control, free, and empowered they become.