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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 130

THETA FACSIMILES of counter effort are all that interpose between the control center and its recalls.

Axiom 131

Any counter-effort received into a control center is always accompanied by all perceptics.

Axiom 132

The random counter-efforts to an organism and the intermingled perceptions in the randomity can reexert that force upon an organism when restimulated.

DEFINITION: Restimulation is the reactivation of a past counter-effort by appearance in the organism’s environment of a similarity toward the content of the past randomity area.

Axiom 133

Self-determinism alone brings about the mechanism of restimulation.

Axiom 134

A reactivated area of the past randomity impinges the effort and the perceptions upon the organism.

Axiom 135

Activation of a randomity area is accomplished first by the perceptions, then by the pain, finally by the effort.

Axiom 136

The mind is plastically capable of recording all efforts and counter-efforts.


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