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'Our Process of Self-determination' is the 4th of the 12 book series from Dr Terry Sands on Our New Human Consciousness.The old process demands that one must know why before one takes action. Now, one must be prepared to act without knowing why!
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Our New Human Consciousness

A Blueprint for the Flow of Life


Series 4 of a 12 part series

Our Process of Self-determination


Written by Dr Terry Sands

Copyright © Dr Terry Sands 2008

Smashwords Edition, July 2010

ISBN: 978-1-4523-3424-0

Available in print at Amazon.com and at www.terrysands.com

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Table of Contents

An Overview

Our Awareness in Transition

Discrimination in Action

Accepting True Responsibility

Shifting the Onus

Making the Commitment

Refining the Communication

Resolving the Dilemma

Recognising Inner Discipline


Attidute and Understanding

Effort and Action

An Overview

To enter the process of Self-determination, one will recognise the need for development of discrimination and an Inner Discipline. This requires a new way of thinking. The old process demands that one must know why before one takes action. Now, one must be prepared to act without knowing why! If one has acknowledged the need for help and has sought help from some outside source, authority, guide or teacher, it is possible that there may have developed a dependency on the one to whom one has turned for help. There is a significant shift which must take place within. This shift involves Reducing Dependency – the reduction of external dependence on one to whom one may have turned for help. There is a twofold integrity which one who is opening must develop: firstly, a quantitative integrity, that is, an integrity in which one is independent and free from external influence; and secondly, a qualitative integrity, that is, an integrity within by which one determines for oneself the rightness and wrongness of the matters of one’s life.

Inherent in the relationship of dependency is the reservation of the privilege of attribution. This is helpful in the beginning but detrimental later on. Attribution occurs when one attributes to an external source the credit or the blame for what has transpired. It is at this time that one begins to deal with Consequences, Ignorance, Action, and Destiny. As one begins to discriminate between what is learned and what is known, there is an important distinction to be made between that which simply must play out and that which requires one to take action. The first of these relates to inevitable consequences, and the second relates to one’s contractual destiny. Eventually, we will see that the items of inevitable consequence can be converted to items of action. It is at this time that one begins Relating To The Aphenomenal. The point at which the incorporeal becomes corporeal is at best vague and elusive; sometimes almost undefinable. And in the extreme, it is virtually invisible. This point is a relative place and can best be described as that grey area where idea becomes fact, where feeling becomes emotion, and impulse becomes action. It is also where aphenomenal becomes phenomenal, where spirit becomes soul, where soul becomes matter. Self-determination enables one to be at ease as one moves in and among the corridors of the inner structure. As one becomes more adept at moving in and through various dimensions, one then begins Educating The Life Vehicles. Discipline in the physical bodies is an empty gesture if there is no discrimination present in the application of such discipline. Similarly, if one has finely honed the ability to discriminate, the forthcoming wisdom is lost if there is no discipline present to place resolve into action.

To coordinate discipline on the one hand and discrimination on the other, a bridge between them is needed. The middle ground, spanned by this bridge, is the fine and subtle area of emotion. The bridge itself is control of this emotional middle ground, and the emotional extremes of desire and disdain. These are matters of which Western psychology really knows very little. One is now Facing An Alternative Reality. Thus far, the pressure for change may have been gentle. Moreover, the changes which one may have undergone have perhaps, for the most part, been gentle – changes which only slightly taxed one’s ability and which have not yet really taxed one’s credibility.

In this time of transition, one may still have been able to retain the ability to rationalise the changes which one has experienced; that is, to explain them to one’s mind in terms which the mind understands and in concepts in which the mind is still working comfortably for the most part. In such case, there is still some separation, some divergence and contradiction in the coexistence of these two realms of experience. Now the two realms of this bifurcated existence will begin to converge. One now begins Manifesting A New Personal Reality. When one acknowledges the possibility of the existence of an alternative to what one has previously considered to be reality, one has then, for the first time, the opportunity of manifesting that new reality. This, of course, requires Rejecting, Dismantling, And Discarding The Old. As each step in the manifestation presents itself through each acknowledgement of the possibility of a new and different reality, relationships begin to alter and fade. To manifest this new personal reality, one must adopt a unique Attitude In Transition. When the awareness opens and begins to perceive the subtle signals which herald individual change, the precise definitions of a previously well-structured reality begin to become blurred around the edges, and the mental, emotional and physical components of one’s being will begin to express their concern and consternation about the changes which are occurring.

Although action is important now – actually essential – it is not the factor which is controlling. The controlling factor is attitude, but even attitude is now to become only another phase of transition. We are faced with Dismantling An Obsolete Belief System. The process which one must undertake to reverse this deplorable condition is so dynamic in effect that it can be metamorphic, and so simple in application that it can be overlooked. One should be aware that what is now to be described, while apparently simple in form and nature, if applied, can and will have monumental effects on the emotional and mental composition of the individual personality. One should approach the following material with due respect and apprehension, but likewise, with courage and confidence.

The process begins with the ability to discard something which is no longer of use, that is Questioning The Basic Assumption. It is a relatively easy process when it is applied to items of a material nature for which we no longer have any need or affection. There are two problems which arise when we begin to apply this: firstly, the items to be examined are not of a material nature; secondly, the items to be discarded are often mistakenly assumed to be essential. The process of deductive reasoning and all of these ancillary processes of reaching conclusions on which to base action are