Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Glossary of Conscientiological Terms

IAC main website has a comprehensive glossary of Conscientiological terms used in publications, research and courses. Here are some of the commonly used terms that you may find in the blog:


Animism (Latin: animus, soul) – The set of intracorporeal and extracorporeal phenomena produced by the intraphysical consciousness without external interference. For example, the phenomenon of lucid projection induced by one’s own will.

Assistantial – Related to or denoting assistance. An assistantial task is universalistic, cosmoethical, fraternal and should ideally be clarifying (clarification task) instead of consoling (consolation task). Nonstandard expression: assistential.

Assisted lucid projection – The projection wherein the intraphysical consciousness finds him/herself to be directly assisted, during the experiment, by a helper which is almost always an expert in lucid projectability.

Auric coupling – Interfusion of the holochakral energies between two or more consciousnesses; interfusion of energosomas. Synonym: energetic coupling.

Blind guide – The amoral or inexperienced consciousness which helps another consciousness – in an anticosmoethical manner, according to its momentary egotistic interests – to the detriment of others. Analogy: amaurotic guide; pseudo guide; wrong guide; immature guide.

Cardiochakra (cardio + chakra) – The fourth basic chakra, the influential agent in the emotionality of the intraphysical consciousness which vitalizes the heart and lungs. Also known as the heart chakra.

Chakra – A vortex or defined field of consciential energy, the totality of which basically constitutes the holochakra or the energosoma (energetic parabody inside the body). Note: the word chakra is one of our critical neologistic limits. We have not encountered another single international word that is more adequate, or apt, to put in its place and eliminate the philosophical preconception that exists with respect to this term (as well as its derivations and cognates). What is above all important, in this context, is conceptual content and not linguistic form.

Clarification task – The advanced assistantial task of elucidation or clarification which can be performed individually or in group. Plural: clarification tasks.

Coincidence – The state of alignment of the vehicles (holosoma) of manifestation of the consciousness.

Consciential energy – The immanent energy that the consciousness employs in its general manifestations; the ene of thosene. Abbreviation: CE.

Consciential epicenter – The key intraphysical consciousness of operational epicentrism who becomes a fulcrum of interdimensional lucidity, assistantiality and constructiveness through the extraphysical clinic. Directly related to penta or the personal energetic task.

Consciential laboratory – Building with harmonious planning of its intraphysical, bioenergetic and extraphysical characteristics, designed to optimize comfort and conditions that may facilitate parapsychic experiences. Besides the physical aspects planned, in the non-physical dimension, an energetic-informational field (holothosene) specific to the theme of each laboratory is installed. Thus, the more the building is used, the stronger its holothosene and effects. This specialized arrangement creates a multidimensional chamber, providing opportunity for deep self-research.

Consciential paradigm – Leading-theory of conscientiology, based upon the consciousness itself.

Conscientiology – The science that studies the consciousness in an integral, holosomatic, multidimensional, multimillenary, multiexistential manner and, above all, according to its reactions in regard to immanent energy (IE), consciential energy (CE) and its multiple states.

Consciousness, the – The individual essence or intelligent principle in constant evolution. In conscientiology the word consciousness (as in “the consciousness”) is considered to be synonymous with mind, ego, intelligent principle, and others, and is not being used to refer to a state of consciousness. Outworn synonyms: soul, spirit.

Consolation task – Elementary, personal or group, assistantial task of consolation.

Coronochakra (corono + chakra) – The chakra in the area of the sinciput, crowning the holochakra; crown chakra.

Cosmoconsciousness – The consciousness’ inner perception of the cosmos, of life and the order of the universe, in an indescribable intellectual and cosmoethical exaltation. In this condition, the consciousness senses the living presence of the universe and becomes one with it, in an indivisible unit. Interconsciential communication occurs in this singular condition.

Cosmoethics (cosmo + ethics) – The ethics or reflection upon cosmic, multidimensional morality, or the cosmic moral code, which defines holomaturity.  Cosmoethics surpasses social, intraphysical morals or those morals presented within any human classification. It is a subdiscipline of conscientiology.

Desoma (de + soma)Somatic deactivation, impending and inevitable for all intraphysical consciousnesses; final projection; first death; biological death; monothanatosis. First desoma, or simply desoma, is the deactivation of the human body or soma. Second desoma is the deactivation of the holochakra. Third desoma is the deactivation of the psychosoma.

Discoincidence – The state of non-alignment of the vehicles of manifestation of the consciousness (holosoma).

Egokarma (ego + karma)The principle of cause and effect active in the evolution of the consciousness, when centered exclusively on the ego itself. The state wherein free will is restricted by infantile egocentrism.

Energosoma - The energetic parabody of the human consciousness. The energosoma forms a junction between the soma and the psychosoma, acting as a point of connection through which consciential energy flows from one consciential vehicle to the other. Also referred to as holochakra.

Existential program – The plan of actions for the current intraphysical life that an individual devises, prior to birth, supported by his/her evolutiologist, aimed to achieve the greatest holokarmic and evolutionay outcome possible within his/her lifetime.

Extraphysical consciousness – The paracitizen of an extraphysical society; a consciousness which no longer has a soma. Outworn synonym: discarnate.

Groupkarma (group + karma)The principle of cause and effect active in the evolution of the consciousness, when centered in the evolutionary group. The state of individual free will, when connected to the evolutionary group.

Helper – The extraphysical consciousness which is auxiliary to one or more intraphysical consciousnesses; extraphysical benefactor; consciousness who lucidly exercise advanced multidimensional interconsciential assistance. Archaic equivalent expressions that have been outworn through continued use: guardian angel; angel of light; guide; mentor; spirit guide.

Holochakra (holo + chakra) – See energosoma

Holokarma (holo + karma)The grouping of the three types of consciential actions and reactions – egokarma, groupkarma and polykarma – within the principles of cause and effect, that are active in the evolution of the consciousness.

Immanent energy – Energy that is primary, vibratory, essential, multiform, impersonal, diffuse and dispersed in all objects or realities of the universe, in an omnipotent fashion. Immanent energy has still not been tamed by the human consciousness. It is too subtle to be discovered and detected by existing technological equipment. Abbreviation: IE.

Karma – Set of natural universal laws of cause and effect that guide the evolution of the consciousness, operating as a basic evolutionary self-regulating mechanism of energetic and cosmoethical balance. Note: The word karma is another of our critical neologistic limits. We have not encountered another single, international, word that is more adequate, or appropriate, to put in its place and combat the philosophical preconception that exists with respect to this term (as well as its derivations and cognates). What is above all important, in this context, is conceptual content and not linguistic form.

Lucid projection – Projection of the intraphysical consciousness beyond the soma; extracorporeal experience; out-of-body experience (OBE).  Abbreviation: LP.

Mentalsoma (mental + soma)Mental body; parabody of discernment of the consciousness.

Near-death experience (NDE) – Projective occurrences that are involuntary or forced due to critical human circumstances of the human consciousness, common in cases of patients with terminal illnesses and survivors of clinical death.

Polykarma (poly + karma)The principle of cause and effect, active in the evolution of the consciousness, when centered in the sense of and the experience of cosmic maxifraternity, beyond egokarma and groupkarma.

Projectiology (Latin: projectio, projection; Greek: logos, treatise) – The science that studies projections of the consciousness and their effects, including projections of consciential energies outward from the holosoma. It is a subdiscipline of conscientiology.  

Psychosoma (Greek: psyche, soul; soma, body)Vehicle of manifestation of the consciousness in the extraphysical dimensions. The emotional parabody of the consciousness; the extraphysical objective body of the intraphysical consciousness. Outworn expression: astral body.

Retrocognition (Latin: retro, back; cognoscere, to know) – The perceptive faculty through which the intraphysical consciousness becomes aware of facts, scenes, forms, objects, successes and experiences that pertain to a time in the distant past. These issues are commonly related to one’s holomemory.

Silver cord – The energetic connection between the soma and the psychosoma which is present in a projection of the consciousness, resulting from the energosomatic energies.

Sleep – The natural state of rest in humans and superior animals that is especially characterized by the normal and periodic suppression of perceptive activity, voluntary motor activity and daily interpersonal exchanges, through the relaxation of the senses and muscles, a reduction in the heart and respiratory rates, as well as by oneiric activity, during which the organism recuperates from fatigue.

Soma – Human body; physical body. The body of the individual of the Animal kingdom, Chordata phylum, Mammiferous class, Primate order, Hominidae family, Homo genus, and Homo sapiens species, being the most elevated level of animal on this planet; nonetheless, this is the most rudimentary vehicle of the holosoma of the human consciousness.

Strong trait – The strong trait of the personality of the intraphysical consciousness; the positive component of the structure of the consciential micro-universe that impels the evolution of the consciousness.

Thosene (tho + sen + e)The practical unit of manifestation of the consciousness, according to conscientiology, that considers thought or idea (concept), sentiment or emotion, and CE (consciential energy), as being three inseparable elements.

Universalism – The set of ideas derived from the universality of the basic laws of nature and the universe which, through the natural evolution of the consciousness, inevitably becomes its dominant philosophy; cosmism.

Vehicle of the consciousness – The instrument or body through which the consciousness manifests in intraphysicality (intraphysical consciousness) and in the extraphysical dimensions (projected intraphysical consciousness and extraphysical consciousness). Also: Vehicle of manifestation of the consciousness.

Vibrational state – The technical condition of the maximal dynamization of the energies of the energosoma, through the impulsion of the will. Abbreviation: VS.

Weak trait – The weak trait of the personality of the intraphysical consciousness; the negative component of the structure of the consciential micro-universe that the consciousness has still not been able to discard or rid itself of.


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