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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 172

Dreams are the imaginative reconstruction of areas of randomity or the resymbolization of the efforts of theta.

Axiom 173

A motion is created by the degree of optimum randomity introduced by the counter-effort to an organism’s effort.

Axiom 174

MEST which has been mobilized by life forms is in more affinity with life organisms than nonmobilized MEST.

Axiom 175

All past perception, conclusion and existence moments, including those of plus or minus randomity, are recoverable to the control center of the organism.

Axiom 176

The ability to produce survival effort on the part of an organism is affected by the degrees of randomity existing in its past. (This includes learning.)

Axiom 177

Areas of past plus or minus randomity can be readdressed by the control center of an organism and the plus or minus randomity exhausted.

Axiom 178

The exhaustion of past plus or minus randomities permits the control center of an organism to effect its own efforts toward survival goals.


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