A Chorus Line; A Broadway musical which appeared on Broadway for over fifteen years, received the Tony Award for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama; re-emphasizes the importance of the Divine Feminine in creation centered reality and the Twelve Modalities.
Akashic Field; n. Ervin Lazlow’s name for referring to anyone searching for information contained in the collective unconscious.
APER dimensional manifold; n. alignment, perception, evaluation and response.
Archetypes of the Collective Unconscious
Body (outer reality)
Book of Jeremiah, Chapter 31; references the New Covenant in the words of the Prophet Jeremiah.
Cadence of 5, 6, 7, 8; the synchronous connection of the Twelve Modalities of Creator God’s loving energy, especially the four modalities of the Divine Feminine Energy.
Campbell, Joseph; artist.
Circle of Wholeness; n. connects the Twelve Modalities in a unified presentation of reality.
Conscious Awake Dreams (lucid dreams)
Declaration of Independence; n. Document written by Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and two other patriots, which stated the reasons for America’s sovereignty from Great Britian.
Divine Spiritual Energy
Electromagnetic Energy; n. the energy that comes from electromagnetic radiation which is composed of waves that move at the speed of light in a way that is suggestive of both waves and particles.
Four Questions; n. Conscious question vector became a directive to answer these questions: who am I, where am I now, where have I been, and where am I going.
Inner reality (soul)
Institute for Advanced Studies (Princeton University)
Institute for Mentoring
Jefferson, Thomas; Early American patriot whose home is named “Monticello” and located in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jerusalem Cross; n. Symbol of the Four Questions: who am I, where am I now, where have I been, and where am I going.
Jung, Carl Gustav
Light; n. a name for a range of electromagnetic radiation that can be detected by the human eye.
Love; God is Love; Love is Energy.
New Covenant, The; Mentioned in the Book of Jeremiah, Chapter 13
Objective Scientific Perspective of Reality
Outer reality (soul)
Pennies from Heaven; song written by Arthur Johnston (music) and Johnny Burke (words) and recorded by many artists, including Bing Cosby and Frank Sinatra.
Personal World View
Rainbird; n. Angels on earth such as mentors, friends, or even therapists.
Reality; n. the state of things as they actually exist with our senses, rather than as they appear or might be imagined.
Shenandoah; n. A Native-American princess meaning “Clear-Eyed Daughter of the Stars.”
Soul (inner reality)
Spirit reality; n. the non-dual union of body and mind.
Subjective Spiritual Perspective of Reality
Teilhard de Chardin, Pierre
Three Manifolds of Reality; n. body or masculine energy, mind or feminine energy, and Spirit or the non-dual union of body and mind.
True Happiness; comes from loving someone and having that love returned.
Twelve Modalities; n. Energies or gifts of Creator God’s unconditional love to the human condition. They are energy, order, life, community, liberty, awareness, authenticity, articulation, unity, vision, wisdom and creativity. They can be grouped into three four-dimensional manifolds.
Twelve Modalities and Their Colors; utilizing theories of quantum mechanics, electromagnetic radiation and light waves to prove the idea of the Twelve Modalities and associating a specific color of the rainbow to each modality as its symbol.
Unconscious Dreams (Sleep)
Unitas Hypothesis, The
Universal World View
Waves; n. A metaphor for Giving and Receiving and the Spirit.