By Robin Rhyne
There’s not a lot to be said about the subject and definition of not-isness that has not already been covered by LRH in The Axioms, The Factors, Phoenix Lectures and other early fifties works. I won’t belabor the definitions beyond quoting LRH:
1. Trying to put out of existence by postulate or force something which one knows, priorly, exists. One is trying to talk against his own agreements and postulates with his new postulates, or is trying to spray down something with the force of other is-nesses in order to cause a cessation of the isness he objects to. (PXL, p. 64)
2 . Not-is-ness is the effort to handle is-ness by reducing its condition through the use of force. It is an apparency and cannot entirely vanquish an is-ness. (PXL, p. 154)
3 . There are two different conditions of not-is-ness: one is just vanishment. The other one is an is-ness which somebody is trying to postulate out of existence by simply saying, “It isn’t.” A not-is-ness, in our terminology, would be this second specialized case of an individual trying to vanish something without taking responsibility for having created it. (PXL, p. 100)
4 . Not-is-ness is manifested as and is in itself the mechanism we know as unreality. (PXL, p. 55)
I have known this definition for close to forty years, always was able to apply it to others in handling their cases. But it was not until lately that I have found personal revelation as to how I have been applying it to things in my universe to which I have objected.
As a thetan I am an energy and space production unit. Seems that quite a bit of energy and space have created with the purpose of putting out of existence thing which I know, priorly, exist. I’ve begun to notice the flows, ridges, dispersals that, once thought of as “my case”, are now real as how I hose down unwanted reactions, emotions, attitudes. Better to simply drop the not-is and be there comfortably.
This won’t be a long piece, there is only so much of my personal revelation that I can share without sounding bombastic. Even using the word “bombastic” sounds pretentious and overstuffed!
So I will leave it at this: I invite you, dear reader, to take this piece of LRH tech, apply it to your life and in it find some improvement.