All terms used in a special sense have been-defined within the text. However, a few terms have been used with the sense they are given in the subject of Scientology. I have used these terms because they are the most concise and meaningful available for the phenomena they describe. Their Scientology definitions follow:
|Motivator.||An act received, considered harmful, and a justifier.|
|Nirvana||from the compulsive playing of games, through the voluntary playing of games to an ending of all games by the adoption of complementary postulates and so the achieving of a non-game situation.|
|Over run||Past the point of erasure|
|Over run symptoms||confusion, unwellness, missemotion etc.|
|Overt Act.||An act committed, considered harmful, and justified.|
|Pan Determinism. (PD).||Determining the action of self and others (non-self).
(The word pan is derived from the Greek word for all).
|Postulate||(noun) a postulate is a causative consideration. A consideration is defined as a thought or idea.|
|PT||Present Time - now!|
|RI||Repair of Importances|
|Self Determinism. (SD).||Determining the action of self.|
|Valence.||An identity assumed unwittingly (in games play). (The word valence is derived from the Latin word for power. A being assumes a valence in an effort to obtain its real or imagined power.)|