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.
  • The intention is to make these definitions available under a suitable Creative Commons license. In the meantime, unless otherwise noted, all works in progress and the final work are copyright Jeff Vander Clute.

Revision: 5 Jun 2023


  • An embodiment of eternal life.
  • An embodiment of love.
  • An embodiment of the fullness of life.
  • An embodiment of the human potential.
  • An embodiment of the Truth.
  • An embodiment of the way of love and truth.
  • An embodiment of Totality and, as such, a representative of Totality.
  • One who has gone beyond separation.
  • One who is God-realized.
  • One who knows Source, and knows that they are Source.
  • One who knows that they are one with THE SUPREME and that they are THE SUPREME.
  • One who knows that they are the Supreme Foundation.
  • One who knows that they are all that is supreme.
  • Christic embodiment provides a bridge from delusion and illusion to the reality of THE SUPREME.
  • One who is christed inhabits “higher” realms of nondensity and “lower” realms of density simultaneously. Thus a christed one is both above and below.
  • One who is profoundly nondual-realized.
  • One who is christed (realized as the Christ) is an “older sibling” who has advanced greatly on the path of awakening.
  • One who is christed loves all that is.
  • One who is christed knows the peace of the Eternal.
  • One who is christed realizes that they are “in the world but not of the world,” as are all whether they realize it or not.
  • One who is christed automatically transmits love and realization of eternal innocence. Thus, such a one is a bringer of salvation.
  • One who is christed reveals the way of infinitization.
  • One who is christed teaches primarily through their being and may or may not be regarded as a teacher.
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