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: 4 Feb 2024

Decisive denial

  • Denial of Divinity/God/Source in favor of pleasure-seeking.
  • Denial of THE SUPREME in favor of pleasure-seeking.
  • Denial of true nature in favor of pleasure-seeking.
  • The decisive denial leads to the Big Bang.
  • The decisive denial leads to the experience of separation.
  • The decisive denial leads to the experience of finite manifestation.
  • The decisive denial leads to the experience of the fall from grace.
  • Although the Divine can be denied to a significant degree in the divine play before there are extreme consequences, the decisive denial is the “denial too far.” With the decisive denial the descent into the experience of separation is inevitable.
  • The bitter consequences of the decisive denial cease when awakeness/enlightenment is prioritized over pleasure-seeking.
  • The bitter consequences of the decisive denial cease when Divinity/God/Source is prioritized over pleasure-seeking.
  • The bitter consequences of the decisive denial cease when THE SUPREME is prioritized over pleasure-seeking.

Important note: There is no inherent conflict between enlightenment and enjoyment. The greatest enjoyment is the divine life. Enjoyment only becomes problematic when it is prioritized over awakeness.

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