Table of Contents for Root Meanings

General notes:

  • Root Meanings is a work in progress that will continue to emerge and evolve until the Mind of minds is absolutely clear. The definitions below are subject to evolution.
  • Many excellent and useful definitions are not yet included. If you would like to make a suggestion, you may do so here.

Revision: 12 Nov 2023

Manifestation

Referring to the entirety of form:

  • A dream in Supreme Mind.
  • A projection within Supreme Mind.
  • An expression of Divinity/God/Source.
  • The infinite body of Divinity/God/Source.
  • The infinite display of form.
  • The infinite display of ideas.
  • The infinite expression of creativity.
  • The entirety of manifestation is indivisible.

Referring to a seemingly individual form:

  • A divine expression.
  • All seemingly individual forms are projected together as one.
  • Though manifestations may appear to be distinct, or even separate, all manifestations are one and each is the entirety of manifestation.

Referring to the experience of unreality:

  • Maya.
  • If the expression appears to be finite, then perception is distorted.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is a distortion of infinite creation.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is evidence of the delusion of believing in separateness.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the domain of lack, poverty, and scarcity.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the domain of struggle.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the domain of suffering.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the domain of unreality (based on the denial of the Divinity/God/Source).
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the experience of finitude.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the experience of separation.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is the outpicturing of separation.
  • Apparently finite manifestation is projected by the mind in confusion.
  • Finite manifestation is the result of rejecting Divinity/God/Source.
  • Finite manifestation is the “unhappy dream” (or nightmare when separation is strongly believed).
  • Finite manifestation is unreal in the sense that finitude and separation cannot be true.
  • Finite manifestation is impossible in reality.
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