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  • The 7 Stages of the 2nd Internal Monad

    Janet

    [GeraldineB] Similar to past questions on the 7 Stages of Internal Monads, I would like the basic information on the 7 Stages of the 2nd Internal Monad and any additional information that indicates non-completion of the 2nd Internal Monad in the Negative Pole vs. completing it in the Positive Pole.

     

    [MEntity]
    The 2nd Internal Monad might be said to be the process of Sexual Awakening, or the establishment of one's capacity for intimacy. As it is a process of differentiation, it is also a process of awakening autonomy.

     

    "Sexual" here is meant both in the sense of stimulation and affectionate resonance, or moving in unison with something other than self.

     

    The 7 Stages here may go as such:

     

    INITIATION comes with a Positive Pole of Differentiation and a Negative Pole of Division.

     

    INTROSPECTION comes with a Positive Pole of Observation and a Negative Pole of Agitation.

     

    REALIZATION comes with a Positive Pole of Consonance and a Negative Pole of Mimic.

     

    MANIFESTATION comes with a Positive Pole of Mobility and a Negative Pole of Activity.

     

    CONTENTMENT comes with a Positive Pole of Curiosity and a Negative Pole of Provocation.

     

    MAGNETIZATION comes with a Positive Pole of Asking and a Negative Pole of Demanding.

     

    EMANATION comes with a Positive Pole of Coordination and a Negative Pole of Violence.

     

    Those who complete this Internal Monad successfully tend to gain a mobility in life that is in harmony with others, sexually and otherwise, with a circuit of awareness that allows for consideration, harmonious movement, and healthy exchanges, while those who do not complete this Internal Monad, or complete it in the Negative Pole can tend toward sexual conflicts (both of the physical  and energetic kind), as well as a movement through life with entitlement, demand, and even violence.

     

    Valid cases of Autism are incompleted 2nd Internal Monads.

     

    We will conclude with that synopsis, though there is always more.


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