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A dictionary of terms as they are used and redefined by Elias


 
 

Value

Session #1029:

NICKY: […] When we talk of value or being valuable, or what we do or who we are is valuable, what would be the definition for value? (Pause)

ELIAS: Value is a recognition of self.

(Slowly) Now; you within physical focus, prior to redefinition of terms, have viewed expressions of value to be things or expressions that incorporate certain qualities, but the qualities that you assess and attach to value are those that are quite strongly influenced by your beliefs.

Value is intrinsic. It is not acquired or generated in association with rarity or in association with what may be generated outwardly. Value is an expression of worth. It is an identification of worth.

Now; worth is an intrinsic quality of every aspect of consciousness. It is not acquired and it is not associated with the production of any expression or the manifestation of any thing.



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