Hi, welcome to Human Science!Please log in to edit this wiki.Joining Wikia is free, and it only takes a minute.We hope that you sign in, and become a member of the community!Click here to join this wiki You can view and copy the source of this page. # [[Creation]] is initiated by conception. This conception is self-conception. Conception is an act of the [[Mind]]. # Mind conceives of any truth it chooses as all truths are there. [[Truth]] is an objective form of the subjective [[Spirit]]. The Spirit is infinite. Therefore it contains all truths. Also the Spirit is capable of conceiving these truths in any [[Form]]. # The form in which Spirit is conceived is a form of the [[Force]]. The Spiritual force becomes the mental force in the mental plane. # The force is limited in scope. It is self-absorbed to become the [[Infinitesimal]]. # By reversing course,the path of creation changes into the way of [[Evolution]]. # A form comes into being by creating a [[Structure]]. Either a structure is created afresh or an old structure is demolished to create a new structure or both. The length of cloth is torn and cut into various shapes to make a dress. In destroying the structure of the cloth or creating the structure of the shirt, the laws of change do not change. Forms destroyed acquire new forms. # [[Change]] requires energy. # Energy must become force to act. # The force does not produce results until it passes through a structure of [[Organisation]]. [[Category:Principles]] [[Category:Theory of Creation]] [[Category:Creation]] Return to Self-Conception. Retrieved from "https://humanscience.fandom.com/wiki/Self-Conception"