Table of Contents for Root Meanings

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  • 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.
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Revision: 3 Feb 2024

Hell

  • The state of not knowing THAT which YOU are.
  • The state of not knowing who and what YOU are.
  • Confusion about THAT which YOU are.
  • Confusion about who and what YOU are.
  • Unclarity about THAT which YOU are.
  • Unclarity about who and what YOU are.
  • Unreality.
  • Experience of the attempted negation or rejection of Divinity/God/Source.
  • Experience of the attempted negation or rejection of THE SUPREME.
  • Experience of the attempted rejection of being Divinity/God/Source.
  • Experience of the attempted rejection of being THE SUPREME.
  • Experience of the attempted separation from Divinity/God/Source.
  • Experience of the attempted separation from THE SUPREME.
  • Experience of the attempted separation from THAT which YOU are.
  • Result of believing in separation.
  • Result of denying Divinity/God/Source.
  • Result of denying THE SUPREME.
  • Result of denying being Divinity/God/Source.
  • Result of denying being THE SUPREME.
  • Hell is characterized by danger and drama.
  • Hell is characterized by otherness and separation.
  • Hell is characterized by suffering.
  • Hell is characterized by violence and trauma.
  • The lack of harmony is hell.
  • What is often regarded as normal life, filled with conflict and drama, is hell.
  • The antidote to hell is the acceptance of Divinity/God/Source, which is the acceptance of being Divinity/God/Source.
  • The antidote to hell is the acceptance of THE SUPREME, which is the acceptance of being THE SUPREME.
  • The antidote to hell is the acceptance of THAT which YOU are, which is the acceptance of being THAT which YOU are.
  • Heaven is transcended when the negation of reality is transcended.
  • In reality, there is no heaven or hell.
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