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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 179

The exhaustion of self-determined effort from a past area of plus or minus randomity nullifies the effectiveness of that area.

Axiom 180

Pain is the randomity produced by sudden or strong counter-efforts.

Axiom 181

Pain is stored as plus or minus randomity.

Axiom 182

Pain, as an area of plus or minus randomity, can reinflict itself upon the organism.

Axiom 183

Past pain becomes ineffective upon the organism when the randomity of its area is addressed and aligned.

Axiom 184

The earlier the area of plus or minus randomity, the greater self-produced effort existed to repel it.

Axiom 185

Later areas of plus or minus randomity cannot be realigned easily until earlier areas are realigned.

Axiom 186

Areas of plus or minus randomity become increased in activity when perceptions of similarity are introduced into them.

Axiom 187

Past areas of plus or minus randomity can be reduced and aligned by address to them in present time.


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