Select a word that represents your concept of reality.
Prune out what is not a good experience. Express the bad
concepts as separate systems if it is desirable to develop them.
Gradually reject the bad ideas.
Experience the ideal modalities of the concept. For example,
excitement, beauty, epiphany, and transcendence.
Explore the phenomenal world as you have discovered it, and
simultaneously explore the life of the modalities. Develop
principles of modality.
If a concept does not have life, creatively modify it, or explore
dynamic modalities using the principles of modality
Return to your initial concept, and modify it as necessary.
Repeat stages 1 - 4 as necessary.
Optional Stage 5:
Explore the experience of phenomenal knowledge. Introduce new
theories of critique. Examine your life.
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