To be sceptical is to be human, but to understand the essence of something, we must first become knowledgeable and conscious of that essence.
The ten steps to reach the Catastasis Enteleia, along with meditation.
The Syneidesis (the consciousness).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the consciousness of the individual to distinguish a gradual awareness of the inner mind and its acute perception of reality.
The Skepsis (the thought).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the thought of the individual to develop, into a progressing pattern established of the inner mind and its evolving method of inference.
The Logos (the logic).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the logic of the individual to conform to the reference of the inner mind and its constructive order of calculation.
The Noesis (the intelligence).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the intelligence of the individual to apply reason, within the inner mind and the actuality of its entire capacity.
The Gnosis (the knowledge).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the knowledge of the individual to reconcile a fact with falsehood, in order to determine the relevance of the inner mind and its form of familiarity.
The Phronesis (the practical wisdom).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the practical wisdom of the individual to retain the necessary knowledge so that the process strengthens the core of the inner mind and its acquirement of knowledge.
The Antanaclasis (the reflection).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the reflection of the individual to analyse and cogitate, with the ability of memory to carefully consider the impact of the inner mind and its correlation to our actions.
The Catanoisis (the understanding).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the understanding of the individual to receive and process the cause and effect of something that is conducive to the inner mind and its capability.
The Apelephtherosis (the liberation).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the liberation of the individual's suffering and uncertainty to the quotidian burden of the inner mind and its need for a philosophical renewal.
The Diaphotisis (the enlightenment).
-When referring to this state, I am implying the enlightenment of the individual, as the potential manifestation of the heightened realm of thought that is achieved, by the inner mind and the soul.
The Catastasis Enteleia (The Complete State).
Meditation is imbued, with the sense of an embodiment of the most purest form of energy. It is called Eudaimonia, Nirvana or simply enlightenment.
Meaningful existence is to be one with the universe, and the soul will follow the mind and be one with the body in universal harmony and unity. Everything else is a meaningless existence that is only consequential to the arbitrary notion of the ego and the plethora of our vagaries or desires. We neglect the avatar of the soul, the power of our mind, the health of the body, when we assume that intellect and logic are our only applications or forms of observation. What we perceive to be real is often misconstrued and is instead a surreal form of expression that we believe that is real, when it is only real to the observer, who observes everything in accordance to his empirical sense of logical interpretation and not the sphere of consciousness.
The three spheres of existential consciousness are, the earthly, the nothingness, and the transcendental.
The ten levels of the Epipede Syneidesis or consciousness are:
1. The awareness of the body.
2. The awareness of the mind.
3. The awareness of the soul.
4. The awareness of the oneness of the body, mind and soul.
5. The awareness of the world and universe.
6. The awareness of the cosmic energy.
7. The awareness of the spheres of consciousness.
8. The awareness of suffering.
9. The awareness of tranquility.
10. The awareness of enlightenment.
The eight states of my form of meditation are:
1. The nothingness.
2. The detachment from physical distraction.
3. The profound concentration.
4. The balance of the mind.
5. The universal transition from the body, mind to the soul.
6. The infinite consciousness.
7. The realisation of tranquility.
8. The absolute state of enlightenment.