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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
 When we are conceived or come into being we enter a [[theory:Primary World]] that knows nothing except itself, it is in this state that we experience at a somatic level, omnipotence, that which is fully capable. There are many definitions of this state of being: When we are conceived or come into being we enter a [[theory:Primary World]] that knows nothing except itself, it is in this state that we experience at a somatic level, omnipotence, that which is fully capable. There are many definitions of this state of being:
-  * at-one-ment with the Universe+  * At-one-ment with the Universe
   * Enlightenment   * Enlightenment
   * True Being-ness   * True Being-ness
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 <sup>Figure 3</sup> <sup>Figure 3</sup>
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 ===== The Core Self ===== ===== The Core Self =====
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 When these moments arise, our internal representation of the world is not able to understand the real world, and we become scaled differently from the world around us. When we are forced to move outside of the world we know, our cosmology collapses because our world changes and through this it changes us. When these moments arise, our internal representation of the world is not able to understand the real world, and we become scaled differently from the world around us. When we are forced to move outside of the world we know, our cosmology collapses because our world changes and through this it changes us.
  
-During Emergent Knowledge processing, the client is directed towards discovering their Pristine. This is called ‘pulling back the person’. The purpose of pulling back you or another pronoun to find The Pristine is so that the client can build up a picture of their world in the Pristine and discover their ontology so that they can take it back with them to their [[theory:Primary World]], the you in the here and now.+During Emergent Knowledge processing, the client is directed towards discovering their Pristine. This is called ‘[[theory:pullingback|pulling back the person]]’. The purpose of pulling back you or another pronoun to find The Pristine is so that the client can build up a picture of their world in the Pristine and discover their ontology so that they can take it back with them to their [[theory:Primary World]], the you in the here and now.
  
 ===== No Sense of the Pristine ===== ===== No Sense of the Pristine =====
 David made the following reference regarding clients whom had no sense of their Pristine state: David made the following reference regarding clients whom had no sense of their Pristine state:
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-  Some clients may not have a sense of their Pristine. They are more easily traumatised because they have no sense +Some clients may not have a sense of their Pristine. They are more easily traumatised because they have no sense that they belong in the world. This set of people may not have a sense of belonging to the family or culture they were born in to. They may have vivid memories of a time of great anxiety or that they were untimely born or unwanted. They may have never had the perception we are trying to find in the pristine.
-  that they belong in the world. This set of people may not have a sense of belonging to the family or culture they +
-  were born in to. They may have vivid memories of a time of great anxiety or that they were untimely born or +
-  unwanted. They may have never had the perception we are trying to find in the pristine.+
      
-  It is important to establish this characteristic of a client because when they are been pulled back they may need to +It is important to establish this characteristic of a client because when they are been pulled back they may need to go further than where the Pristine should be. They may need to be pulled back to the place ‘from whence they came’. This set of people who have no sense of belonging must however know what it feels like to belong. In order to say “I don’t fit”, they must have had the experience of ‘belonging’ or ‘fitting’ somewhere else to know that they don’t belong here. 
-  go further than where the Pristine should be. They may need to be pulled back to the place ‘from whence they came’. +</WRAP>
-  This set of people who have no sense of belonging must however know what it feels like to belong. In order to say “I  +
-  don’t fit”, they must have had the experience of ‘belonging’ or ‘fitting’ somewhere else to know that they don’t belong here. +
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 The question to find out ‘from whence you came’ is: The question to find out ‘from whence you came’ is:
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 David wrote the following about the transitions between cosmologies: David wrote the following about the transitions between cosmologies:
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-  When a person is moved from one cosmology to another, their mind changes, a different world is created and the  +When a person is moved from one cosmology to another, their mind changes, a different world is created and the person is re-genesised – the genesis or beginning of their being is reformulated in each cosmology. When we pull out of one cosmology we can find a solution in the other. A different cosmology gives a person a different perspective.
-  person is re-genesised – the genesis or beginning of their being is reformulated in each cosmology. When we pull out  +
-  of one cosmology we can find a solution in the other. A different cosmology gives a person a different perspective.+
      
-  In one cosmology a sense of where a person comes from can be different to their sense of where they came from in  +In one cosmology a sense of where a person comes from can be different to their sense of where they came from in another cosmology. Our view of our origin may be closer in the cosmology of us as a 5 year old, than in the cosmology of us later in life. 
-  another cosmology. Our view of our origin may be closer in the cosmology of us as a 5 year old, than in the  +</WRAP>
-  cosmology of us later in life. +
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 Problem domains and cosmologies are defined by boundaries. When a client is at the edge of their cosmology, they may need a push to get them through the edge to the other side where they will find themselves in a different cosmology. Problem domains and cosmologies are defined by boundaries. When a client is at the edge of their cosmology, they may need a push to get them through the edge to the other side where they will find themselves in a different cosmology.