This glossary was compiled from the Knowledgism Dictionary and The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language.

In most cases, only a basic definition is given.  A more complete definition can be found by referring to the full Knowledgism Dictionary, The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Websters 1828 Dictionary, or online at

ABILITY:  n.  1. The quality of being able to do something; physical, mental, financial or legal power to perform.  2. A natural or acquired skill or talent.

ACCESS:  tr. v.  The knowing or unknowing activation of the being’s mind by someone or something in the present environment.

ACKNOWLEDGMENT: n.  1.  A means of recognizing someone’s or something’s presence or existence.  2. A response or answer letting someone or something know that you have received and understood their communication.

ACTION:  n.  1. The state or process of doing something.  2. A movement or series of movements.  3. Activity.

AGREEMENT:  n.  1. The act of agreeing.  2. Harmony of opinion; accord.

ANALYSIS:  n.  1. The separating of anything into its components of parts to determine what it is made of.

ANALYTIC: adj.  1. The condition or state of being analytical.

ANALYTICAL:  adj.  1. Separating a whole into its components or parts; using the process of analysis  2. Concerned with or based on analysis.

ASPIRE: intr. v.  1. To have a great ambition; desire strongly.  2. To strive toward an end.

ASPIRATION(S):  n.  A strong desire to achieve something high or great; an object of such desire.

ATTENTION: n.  A quantity of life force; active consciousness; the power or faculty of mental concentration.

AVOID: tr. v.  1.  To stay clear of; stay away from.  2. To not face up to; dodge; shun.

BODY: n.  1. The complete physical structure of an organism, especially of a human being or animal.  2. A group of individuals regarded as an entity; corporation.  3. A number of individuals or things regarded as a whole; a group; a collective mass.

CAUSE: n.  1. Something that produces an affect, result or consequence.  2. The person, event, or condition responsible for an action or result; the origin.

CLIENT:  n.  1. One for whom professional services are rendered.  2. A customer or patron.

CODE OF SILENCE:  n.  A hidden mental program that is designed to hide, deny, obfuscate, trick, distract, avoid, and bury something that usually contains pain, or a threat to the individuals survival or something you hold precious. It is a threat to your vision of yourself or your image in the eyes of others.

COMMUNICATION:  n.  1. The interchange of ideas, thoughts, concepts, and feelings between two or more people. It includes duplication and comprehension by both the sender and receiver.  2. The act of making known, imparting.  3. To express oneself in such a way that one is readily and clearly understood.

COMPREHEND:  tr. v.  1. To grasp mentally; understand or know.  2. To take in, include, or embrace; comprise.

COMPREHENSION:  n.  1a. The act or fact of comprehending; understanding.  b. Knowledge that is acquired through comprehending.  2. The capacity to include; comprehensiveness.

CONSEQUENCE:  n.  Something that logically or naturally follows from an action or condition; effect.

CRAFTSMANSHIP: n.  1. A skill or ability in something, proficiency; expertness.  2. One who is a master of a body of knowledge and has his skills to such a degree that he can produce his products consistently and of the highest quality.

CREATE: tr. v.  To cause to exist; bring into being.

DE-ACCESS:  tr. v.  To restore the being to feeling at cause over an area in which something had been accessed; to take away the causes of accessing.

DISCIPLINE: n.  The training that develops self control, character, orderliness, and efficiency. In other words, the ability to start, continue, and produce the results envisioned and planned in the time, place, and shape, at a consistent level of excellence as intended.

DISHARMONY:  n.  Lack of harmony; discord.

DREAM:  n.  1. A series of thoughts, images, ideas and emotions occurring during sleep.  2. A visionary creation of the imagination.  3. A strongly desired goal or purpose; an aspiration.   

4. Something that fully satisfies a wish.     The Dream is the intention, the goal, the purpose, the target, the mission.  This is the future wants projected from now.  This is what drives you forward.  It is the mission statement, what you want out of your life, the optimum scenario or goal that is vital to focus your force particles.

DUPLICATE: n.  An exact copy or reproduction; replica.  -tr. v. To make an exact copy or copies of.

DUPLICATION: n.  The act or procedure of making of an identical copy of an original.  It is the replication, or copying of the original over and over.

DURATION:  n.  The length of time that something continues or lasts.

EMOTION: n.  The Effort to put someone or something into Motion.

FORCE: n.  Guided by the paradigm, force is what impels the particles and energy into space and time which causes the resultant actuality to manifest. The quality and quantity of force alone determines the velocity of manifestation.

FULL POTENTIAL:  n.  One who has full presence and is perceiving and operating in life and with people at an optimum level.

GAIN: n.  Something earned, won or otherwise acquired; a profit; an advantage; increase.

GREEN ZONE: n.  The state of being in the right place at the right time, making things go right.  Is living their dream, connected to the right whos, whats, wheres, whens, hows, whys, subjects, patterns, intentions and has high mood levels.  Is knowledgeable about subjects and things.  Has high people, communications and life skills.  Is happy, prosperous and successful.

GREEN ZONE PARADIGM:  n.  A fully known three dimensional dynamic patterned imagery that produces masterpieces. It is HOLOGRAPHIC.

HARMONY:  n.  Agreement in feeling or opinion; accord.

HARMFUL ACT:  An intentionally committed act that hurts or harms someone(s) or their creations, done as an attempt to solve a problem which was lowering the survival or happiness of one’s self or others.

HOLISTIC:  adj.  1. Encompassing the whole of something; overall; inclusive.  2. From the theory that studying a whole culture or organism is a more productive than studying its parts or symptoms individually.

HOLISTIC LEARNING UNIT:  n.  Two or more individuals who work together to learn to a level of Mastery new subjects, skills, abilities, and knowledges which are congruent with their holistic visions and dreams.

HOLISTIC VISION: n.  1. The whole or entire image of how one sees or conceives of something.  2. The big picture.  3. The full view that covers all aspects of the endeavor and what you want to accomplish out of the big picture.

IDENTITY:  n.  1. The collective aspect of all the characteristics of a thing by which it is recognizable or known.  2. The set of behavioral or personal characteristics by which an individual is recognizable as a member of a group.  3. The personality of an individual.

IMPLEMENT:  tr. v.  1. To carry into effect; fulfill; accomplish.  2. To provide the means for the carrying out of.

IMPLEMENTATION: n.  The combination of spirit, dream, vision, and plan, through the body, in action in the physical universe.  Action that produces the intended vision is known as performance.

INCIDENT:  n.  1. A definite, distinct occurrence; an event.  2. An event which a spiritual being recorded in mental image form.

INTEGRITY: n.  1. The entire unimpaired state of anything  2. Moral soundness and purity; incorrupt; upright, honest.  3. Wholeness.

INTEND:  tr. v.  1. To form in the mind a plan of action; design.  2. To determine to act in a particular manner.

INTENTION:  n.  1. A plan of action; a design.  2. An aim that guides action; an object.  3. A determination to act in a particular manner.

INVALIDATE: tr. v.  To make void; render invalid.

INVEST:  v.  To spend or utilize your attention, time, money or effort for future advantage or benefit.

KEPT:  n.  1. Something that a person does not want anyone to know about; something a person must not tell another.  2. An antisocial, embarrassing, or “must not be experienced” act that an individual keeps to himself.

KNOWLEDGE:  n.  1. The state or fact of comprehending something.  2. Familiarity, awareness, or understanding.  3. The totality or scope of what has been perceived, discovered, learned, or inferred.  4. Specific information about something.

Knowledge is the awareness of the interactions and interdependence of the correct and exact who, what, where, when, why, how, mood, and consequences of those interactions and interdependences. It is the correctly evaluated, fully owned result of accurate perception. Knowledge is always demonstrated by competence in the area. No or a lack of competence in an area means the area is not fully known.

KNOWLEDGISM: n.  The high tech – high touch use of knowledge processes and procedures to optimize economies, societies, areas, subjects, objects, groups, and individuals, and help their utilizations, quality and viability for the greatest good of all. It is based on a win-win accomplishment for all. Knowledgism is an inclusion of what is best from all past systems. As Knowledgism expands it will cross all boundaries of race, nations, color, and creed.

KNOWLEDGIST:  n.  One who practices Knowledgism by studying, practicing and applying knowledge to do the greatest good for all.

LEVEL OF EXISTENCE:  n.  1. The method one uses, either knowingly or unknowingly, to accomplish survival, gain knowledge, be responsible, and do the greatest good for one’s self and others in the most areas.  2. That fixed state or chronic level of perception, intention, implementation and result that one survives at.

LIFE FORCE PARTICLES:  n.  The basic force in the universe is life force, and particles are small pieces, bits, fragments, or parts of a whole.  Life Force Particles then are defined as fragments of the life force known as you.  These life force particles contain particles of love, awareness, knowledge, attention, intelligence, intention, vision, memory, energy, polarity, magnetism, emotions, cause, and red, blue and green dot colorization.

MASS:  n.  1. A unified body of matter with no specific shape.  2. Locked up agitated energy, usually caused by the colliding of two energy flows, suspended in space around the spiritual being.

MASTERY: n.  1. Having full power and control over a subject or area.  2. The knowledge and skill of a master.  3. Being able to consistently produce products of excellent quality.

MIND: n.  1. The consciousness that records memory and manifests in thought, feeling, or imagination.  2. The totality of conscious and unconscious processes that direct the mental and physical behavior of an organism.  3. The faculty of intellect as distinguished from emotion or will.  4. Individual memory or recollection.

The mind is the mental machinery that records past, present, and future occurrences in such a manner that all abilities and knowledges have been cross referenced to be available when needed.  The information is stored in the mind in mental image form called percepts.  These images are cross referenced by area of information, evaluation of importances, value, understanding, time, location, and mood.

MISEMOTION:  n.  1. The incorrect Effort to put someone or something into Motion.  2. The effort to stop motion.

MOMENT:  n.  1. An indefinite interval of time.  2. A specific point in time.

MOOD:  n.  1. A temporary state of mind or feeling, as evidenced by the tendency of one’s thoughts.  2. A pervading impression on the feelings of an observer.

NATTER: intr. v.  1. To talk on and on; chatter.  2. To be critical of or find fault with.

NEGATIVE PROCESS: n.  1. That series of actions, changes or functions that counter or prevent a person from reaching his intended end or result.  2. Ongoing downward movement that takes a person away from his intended direction.

OUTCOME: n.  1. A result or effect; consequence.   Outcomes are what come about from the implementations of the plans.

PARADIGM:  n.  A model, an example, a pattern or a mental pattern.  It is the makeup of an individual’s, group’s or nation’s reality, of what their attention is focused on, and it lays out the map of how to get there from here. A paradigm defines what can be perceived, what is acceptable, and what is not acceptable.

PARADIGM CRASH:  n.  When a paradigm becomes overwhelmed by change or calamity it causes the individual, group or nation to go into a major shock.  This major shock stops the forward motion of the paradigm and it crashes. When a paradigm crash occurs the effect is that of a collapsing of space, energy, time and objects.  It is not just that something is wrong.  It is the beginning of a multitude of wrongnesses.

PERCEIVE:  tr. v. 1. To become aware of through any of the senses.  2. To observe, take notice of.  3. To gain understanding of, apprehend.

PERCEPTICS:  The means of perception.  These would include all the perceptions available to the being and the body, ie: color, size, loudness, weight, kinesthesia, temperature, motion, sensations, mood, evaluation of importances, understanding, truth, value, etc.

PERFORMANCE: n.  1. Something began and carried through to completion.  2. The manner or style in which work, a role, an action or series of actions is carried out.  3. A presentation before an audience.  4. Something done; an accomplishment.

PERMEATION:  n.  The ability to experience the exact who, what, where, when, why, how, mood, and their interactions and interdependences and consequences, which is the highest level of knowledge.

PLAN:  n.  1. Any detailed schedule, program, system, or method worked out for the attainment of an object.  2. A proposed project.  3. A systematic arrangement of details; an outline or sketch.

The plan is what you have to do to attain the vision and dream.  It includes what your products are, what you need to keep score of to observe whether you are winning or losing, what roles you will have to wear, and what knowledges and skills are vital to succeeding.  A plan is always formulated within the mind.

POSITIVE PROCESS:  1. That series of actions, changes or functions that bring about a person’s positively intended end or result.  2. Ongoing, upward movement in the direction one intends.

POWER: n.  1. The capacity to act or perform or take action.  2. Strength or force exerted or capable of being exerted.  3. The capacity to exercise control.

PRECEPT: n.  A rule or principle imposing a particular standard of action or conduct.

PROCESS:  n.  1. A system of operations or actions in the production of something.  2. A series of actions, changes or functions that bring about an outcome.  3. Series of movement; progression.

PROCESSOR:  n.  A person trained to apply specially researched and designed Positive Processes.

PRODUCE:  v.  1. To create; yield.  2. To cause to happen or come into being.

PRODUCTIVITY: adj.  1. The state of producing.  2. The state of creating desirable or useful results.

QUALITY: n.  1. The essential character of something.  2. Superiority of kind.

3. Degree or grade of excellence.

RECURSIVE:  adj.  1. Capable of being used again.  2. Of, pertaining to, or designating the application of a formula in which each part builds on the previous part.

RED ZONE: n.  The state of being in the wrong place at the wrong time, connected to the wrong whos, whats, wheres, whens, hows, and whys, doing the wrong actions, and using the wrong intentions and moods.  Poor or destructive people and communication skills, and distrust of people are prevalent.  Wrong data, fixed ideas, and the use of knowledge as a weapon abound.  There is no happiness, no money, no space, no time, but lots of failures.

RED ZONE PARADIGM: n.  A hostile, unknowingly fixed pattern of incorrect, painful or combative perceptions, destructive or counter intentions, uninspected models, incorrect plans, and automatic implementations that create problem or conflict causing products or results.

REPRESS:  tr. v.  1.  To hold back; restrain.  2. To suppress; quell.  3. To force (memories, ideas, or fears, for example) into the unconscious mind.

RESOURCE: n.  1. Something or someone that can be used for support or help.  2. An available supply that can be drawn upon.  3. Something that can be used to advantage.  5. Available capital; assets.

RESPONSIBLE: adj.  1. Being the source or cause of something.  2. Assuming obligations, duties, connections, commitments, etc.

RESPONSIBILITY: n.  The state, quality or fact of being responsible.

RESTRAIN: tr. v.  1. To control; check; repress.  2. To deprive of freedom or liberty. 3. To limit or restrict; hold back.

RESULT:  intr. v.  1. To end in a particular way.  2. To occur as the consequence of a particular cause. n.  1. The consequence of a an action, function or operation; outcome.

REVERSED PARADIGM: n.  When a major shock occurs to a person, group or nation it causes the paradigm to stop working.  If it is a cataclysmic shock, it not only destroys the paradigm, it causes the person, group or nation to adopt a reversed, negative, Red Zone copy of the paradigm which will eventually destroy the individual, the group or the nation.  The individual is now operating on a paradigm that is 180 degrees in the opposite direction from the one they were operating on before the crash.

ROLE: n.  The position, job, or function one holds in a given activity or performance in relation to the other participants.  It includes all the duties, rules, and actions of the position.

SENSATION:  n.  A perception associated with stimulation of a sense organ or with a specific bodily condition.

SESSION: n.  Any period of time devoted to a specific activity.

SHOCK: n.  1. Something that jars the mind or emotions as if with a violent, unexpected blow. 2. The disturbance of function or mental faculties caused by such a blow; violent agitation. 3. A severe offense to one’s sense of propriety and decency; an outrage.

SLATE:  n.  1. A blue-black or blue-grey, impervious, metamorphic rock that readily splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers.  2.a. A piece of this material split for use as roofing material or a writing surface.  b. A writing tablet made of any material similar to slate.  3. A record of past performance or activity .

SMART:  adj.  Characterized by sharp, quick thought; clever; sharp; quick; intelligent; bright.

SPIRIT:  n.  The life force, you, the one who perceives what exists and what is needed and wanted.

SUPPRESS: tr. v.  1. To put an end to forcibly; subdue; crush.  2. To curtail or prohibit the activities of.  3. To hold back; to check.

TACIT PARADIGM SABOTEUR:  n.  Someone who says nothing, remains silent, and does not express or declare openly, by implies consent to go ahead with and that it is ok to Sabotage. The Tacit Paradigm Saboteur operates on “I won’t fix my paradigms if you don’t fix yours”, “I won’t look if you don’t look”, “I won’t know if you don’t know”, “I won’t plan if you won’t plan”, “I won’t act if you won’t act”, “I won’t learn if you won’t learn”, “I won’t work hard if you don’t

work hard.”  The Tacit Paradigm Saboteur operates on keeping and maintaining a negative view and reality on life.  Tacit realities are deadly and are never, never true, but appear to be so due to the unspoken, unexpressed agreements.

TERM:  n.  1. A word having a precise meaning.  2. Any word or phrase used in a definite or precise sense.

TIME:  n.  1. A period or interval; duration; continuance.  2. The period between two events, or during which something happened, exists or acts.  3. A precise instant, second, minute, hour, day, week, month, or year, determined by clock or calendar.  4. The point at which something has happened, is happening or will happen.

TREND: n.  1. A direction or course of movement; a flow.  A trend is the direction of power.  An uptrend means that power is directed upward.  A downtrend means that power is withdrawn from an area or that power is directed downward.

TRUTH:  n.  The quality of conformity with fact; correctness; accuracy. The exactness of the correct who, what, where, when, how, why, mood and intention.

VISION: n.  1. Intelligent foresight.  2. The manner in which one sees or conceives of something.  3. An image produced by the imagination.  4. Force or power of imagination.

5. Imaginative foresight.  6. An image of a potential future.

The Vision is the BIG picture.  This is how your life, environment and those connected to your dream and will optimumly appear and operate in the physical universe as you approach its completion.  This includes the state of your and others objects, wealth, resources, income, friends, mood levels, expansion, position in society, happiness and success.  The vision is the software for the mind.

WIN:  v.  1. To gain a victory; victorious; triumph.  2. To succeed in reaching or achieving a specified condition or place.

YELLOW ZONE:  n.  This is the “daily grind” or “rut” where one doesn’t take risks but only works for security. Good subject skills but poor people handling and communication skills are the norm.  One operates in the conservative comfort zone and is often bored.  Tends to generalize the who, what, where, when, hows, whys of life, and inaccurately manifests real moods.

YELLOW ZONE PARADIGM: n.  A partially known one dimensional fixed pattern of perception, intention, modeling, planning, and implementation that produces a mediocre result designed to not draw attention to the individual.