Some definitions to improve communication within discussions

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Some definitions to improve communication within discussions

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Tom Campbell has created within the following linked PDF file, the following linked list of Definitions which he finds the most needed to prepare those new to MBT to best understand what Tom Campbell has to teach us and to be prepared to discuss things further on the board and elsewhere. This is intended as a resource that you might wish to download to prepare you for attending an event or for participating on the Bulletin Board. Note that these are not definitions intended to be absolute or universal meanings, presented for discussion or for argument. They are provided to make clear how Tom Campbell uses these words or terms within the context of MBT where some have specific extended meanings which other persons do not make use of. These are selected based upon his experience with what terms or words create problems most often as they are either more complete or modified definitions versus more common usage. The following are items covered on the list:
  • 1) Information
    2) Awareness
    3) Will
    4) Intent
    5) Consciousness
    6) Evolution
    7) Decision Space
    8) Free Will
    9) The Intellectual Level
    10) The Being Level
    11) Love
    12) Fear
    13) Ego
    14) Belief
    15) Virtual Reality
    16) The Consciousness Evolutionary Process
    17) Two fundamental Errors in understanding the PMR big picture
Download: Some definitions to improve communication within MBT discussions

It is suggested that you download this paper and save it for reference.

Ted
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