The English-Portuguese Glossary of Essential Conscientiology Terms – 2º Ed.The English-Portuguese Glossary of Essential Conscientiology Terms – 2º Ed.
We invite you, the reader, to practice self-lexicotherapy by reading and researching this Glossary in order to erich your paraneurolexicon, cognitive infrastructure and amplify your claritaskal potential. The reading of this work is essential to intermissivists, teachers of conscientiology and all consciousnesses interested in fraternal and cosmoethical self-evolution.
Convidamos você, leitor, a praticar a auto-lexicoterapia, lendo e pesquisando este Glossário, a fim de enriquecer seu vocabulário paraneurol, infraestrutura cognitiva e ampliar seu potencial claritaskal. A leitura deste trabalho é essencial para intermissivistas, professores de conscienciologia e todas as consciências interessadas em auto-evolução infraterna e cosmoética.
The Little ResearcherThe Little Researcher
Luisa is a super curious little researcher. She decided to ask for assistance of her friend Gabriel to understand a bit more about some things that may seem complex. But that make part of our daily lives, even if we understand them or not. Together they find Joana, a really cool friend that helps their own experiences and live through what they so wanted to discover and understand.
Autora: Débora Klippel
Where Does Religion end?Where Does Religion end?
The author’s decision to leave religion, after experiencing a profound growth crisis, founded itself in the free action of one, who after walking tenaciously, has extinguished an existential possibility and reached a new realm of understanding about the realities of the consciousness and the universe. The inner freedom encountered to make this kind of decision was the result of a gradual self-confrontation. This author perceived the necessity to dispel the fear associated with questioning his habitual suppositions and to look beyond the limits of the indoctrination he had received. For a long time, while still religious, he named this fearlessness “a quest for wisdom” or “the spirituality of an unsettled heart”. Nowadays, in light of the experiences had, he prefers to emphasize the courage to evolve, which requires, five years after the abjuration, the assumption of speaking publicly about the dissidence that was effected.
When dissidents of ideologies or institutions start talking or writing about their experiences, it is necessary to observe the kind of motivation and intention implicit in the decision made. The former militant, the former integrant, the former partisan, the former something, in spite of the effort to affirm that they are no longer part of the institution to which they once belonged, may continue to define themselves based on the institution. In this case the person is still a “former” in relation to what they intend to deny. Perhaps, in their eagerness to critically speak out about the reasons underlying their abandonment of a certain idea or organization, they still flaunt the previous condition as a trophy, unfurling the pride of being a “former”. The ambiguity in question lies in the fact that the person’s point of reference continues to be in the no longer desired way of living or thinking.
Marcelo da Luz
Zephyrus: The Intermissive Paraidentity of Waldo VieiraZephyrus: The Intermissive Paraidentity of Waldo Vieira
The book Zephyrus: The Intermissive Paraidentity of Waldo Vieira aims to present and analyse the evolutionary trajectory of the researcher Waldo Vieira (1932 – 2015), medical doctor, odontologist,lexicographer and proposer of the sciences conscientiology and projectiology, considering his retrolives and intermissive periods, like a brief multiexistential biography. The launching point of the analysis is the consciex known by the sobriquet Zephyrus, the designation by which Vieira has been recognized in the extraphysical dimensions since Antiquity.
Autora: Mabel Teles