U S N I S A - Synthesis Glossary
  • E d u c a t i o n - Is The Business Of Living
  • R e s e a r c h - Diligent Intelligence
  • E x p e r i m e n t - Founding A Focal Point
  • T e c h n o l o g y - Our Genetic Assignment
  • U n i t y - Transmuting The Human Family Into A Dynamic Self Conscious Creative Agency
  • A M o d e l - The Intuitive Natural Process

    • Synthesis - The Law of Synthesis is the law of spiritual existence - one of the three major laws of our solar system, and our planet. It is a basic cosmic law, applied from sources of which we know nothing, as are the Laws of Attraction and of Economy. Synthesis is the law governing the activities of the Spiritual Triad, and the conditioning law of monadic living. It works neither through the use of the energy of love nor through the application of the principle of economy. The fulfilment of these laws is necessary and preparatory to an understanding of the Law of Synthesis, and under the Law of Synthesis the worlds of illusion and glamor are mastered and the control of maya is negated; under the Law of Attraction the nature of love is revealed, first of all through desire for form life, and then through attraction to the soul and a consequent resolution of the dualities of soul and personality. This brings about a unity which serves to reveal a greater potential dualism - that of soul and spirit; this fundamental duality must also be resolved, leaving the essential, universal planetary duality, spirit-matter, present in time and space. "Matter is spirit at its lowest point of manifestation and spirit is matter at its highest."


    • Unity - The conscious adaptation of the initiated disciple to the greater whole, as his absorption into the group through his obedience to the laws of the soul, and as governing his attitude to that in which he lives and moves and has his being. This goes on until he sees no distinction, registers no differences and is aware of no separate reaction, and all this because the instinct to separation no longer exists in him. It refers to his oneness in the world of energies in which he moves, making him an unimpeded channel for energy and, therefore, an integral and smoothly working part of his total environment and, above all, of the group to which, automatically and under the laws which govern his soul, he has been attracted. He has learned all that he can learn through the processes of differentiation to which he has been subjected for aeons. The principle of intelligence controls him and the principle of love motivates him, and he has consequently attained unity. It is the unity of the Hierarchy which exists for purposes of service and active work in its seven major groups and its three main departments or divisions. It is indeed attainment and liberation.


    • Initiation - The word Initiation comes from two Latin words, in, into; and ire, to go; therefore, the making of a beginning, or the entrance into something. It posits, in its widest sense, an entrance into the spiritual life, or into a fresh stage in that life. It is the first step, and the succeeding steps, upon the Path of Holiness. Literally, therefore, a man who has taken the first initiation is one who has taken the first step into the spiritual kingdom, having passed out of the definitely human kingdom into the superhuman. Just as he passed out of the animal kingdom into the human at individualization, so he has entered upon the life of the spirit, and for the first time has the right to be called a "spiritual man" in the technical significance of the word. He is entering upon the fifth or final stage in our present fivefold evolution. Having groped his way through the Hall of Ignorance during many ages, and having gone to school in the Hall of Learning, he is now entering into the university, or the Hall of Wisdom. When he has passed through that school he will graduate with his degree as a Master of Compassion.


    • Knowledge - Knowledge is the product of the Hall of Learning. It might be termed the sumtotal of human discovery and experience, that which can be recognized by the five senses, and be correlated, diagnosed, and defined by the use of the human intellect. It is that about which we feel mental certitude, or that which we can ascertain by the use of experiment. It is the compendium of the arts and sciences. It concerns all that deals with the building and developing of the form side of things. Therefore it concerns the material side of evolution, matter in the solar systems, in the planet, in the three worlds of human evolution, and in the bodies of men.


    • Wisdom - Wisdom is the product of the Hall of Wisdom. It has to do with the development of the life within the form, with the progress of the spirit through those ever-changing vehicles, and with the expansions of consciousness that succeed each other from life to life. It deals with the life side of evolution. Since it deals with the essence of things and not with the things themselves, it is the intuitive apprehension of truth apart from the reasoning faculty, and the innate perception that can distinguish between the false and the true, between the real and the unreal. It is more than that, for it is also the growing capacity of the Thinker to enter increasingly into the mind of the Logos, to realize the true inwardness of the great pageant of the universe, to vision the objective, and to harmonize more and more with the higher measure. For our present purpose it may be described as the realization of the "Kingdom of God within," and the apprehension of the "Kingdom of God without" in the solar system. Perhaps it might be expressed as the gradual blending of the paths - the rearing of the temple of wisdom upon the foundation of knowledge. Wisdom is the science of the spirit, just as knowledge is the science of matter. Knowledge is separate and objective, while wisdom is synthetic and subjective. Knowledge divides; wisdom unites. Knowledge differentiates while wisdom blends.


    • Understanding - The Understanding may be defined as the faculty of the Thinker in Time to appropriate knowledge as the foundation for wisdom, that which enables him to adapt the things of form to the life of the spirit, and to take the flashes of inspiration that come to him from the Hall of Wisdom and link them to the facts of the Hall of Learning. Perhaps the whole idea might be expressed in this way: Wisdom concerns the one Self, knowledge deals with the not-self, while the understanding is the point of view of the Ego, or Thinker, or his relation between them. In the Hall of Ignorance the form controls, and the material side of things has the predominance. Man is there polarized in the personality or lower self. In the Hall of Learning the higher self, or Ego, strives to dominate that form until gradually a point of equilibrium is reached where the man is controlled entirely by neither. Later the Ego controls more and more, until in the Hall of Wisdom it dominates in the three lower worlds, and in increasing degree the inherent divinity assumes the mastery.


    • Communicating - To share in common; to participate in. To {Communicate}, {Impart}, {Reveal}. Communicate is the more general term, and denotes the allowing of others to partake or enjoy in common with ourselves. Impart is more specific. It is giving to others a part of what we had held as our own, or making them our partners; as, to impart our feelings; to impart of our property, etc. Hence there is something more intimate in imparting intelligence than in communicating it. 3.To make known; to recount; to give; to impart; as, to communicate information to any one. 4.To administer the communion to.


    • Broadcast n 1: a medium that disseminates via telecommunications [syn: {broadcast media}] Broadcast \Broad"cast`\, n. (Agric.) A casting or throwing seed in all directions, as from the hand in sowing. Broadcast \Broad"cast`\, adv. So as to scatter or be scattered in all directions; so as to spread widely, as seed from the hand in sowing, or news from the press. broadcast adj 1: made widely known especially by radio or television [syn: {aired}] 2: sown by casting over a wide area especially by hand; "the broadcast sowing of wheat" 3: broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television [syn: {air}, {send}, {beam}, {transmit}] 4: sow over a wide area, esp. by hand; "broadcast seeds" 5: cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate the truth"; "broadcast the good news" [syn: {circulate}, {circularize}, {circularise}, {distribute}, {disseminate}, {propagate}, {spread}, {diffuse}, {disperse}] A transmission to multiple, unspecified recipients. On Ethernet, a broadcast packet is a special type of multicast packet which all nodes on the network are always willing to receive.


    • Telecommunication n 1: (often plural) systems used in transmitting messages electronically 2: (often plural) the branch of electrical engineering concerned with the technology of electronic communication at a distance


    • Resource - to spring forth or up again; pref. re- re- + sourdre to spring forth. See {Source}.] 1. That to which one resorts or on which one depends for supply or support; means of overcoming a difficulty; resort; expedient. 1: available source of abundance; an endless supply that can be drawn upon when needed 2: a source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed: "consciousness is a valuable resource" 3: the ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; "a man of resource" [syn: {resourcefulness}, {imagination}]

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