Dr. Hawkins tested consciousness calibration at 605 (TvF). This is the type of calibration used in this Database. What do we know about it? Doc taught an individual may calibrate differently in different areas of life. One might then ask, "How is it possible that 'different areas of life' is not an arbitrary conceptualization or artifice of the intellect?" The answer is: dimensions. Actual dimensions in consciousness.
The dimensions of consciousness correlate with the well-known seven-chakra model, plus the thymus. The calibrated level of a chakra indicates the level of spiritual evolution within a dimension. Overall progress in consciousness is made nonlinearly as one focuses variously into each of these dimensions. This explains great leaps up or down in consciousness that were not due to supernatural serendipity or, conversely, dreadful mistakes. A change in one's level of consciousness can simply be a matter of switching dimension, or, "area of life."
Dimension of Relevance (DR) calibration
Research into the nature of consciousness calibration reveals that Doc's calibration returns its result in the "dimension of relevance." This is the dimension most applicable to the topic and how it is held in mind.
So, when you calibrate someone as a leader, you likely get their level in the crown chakra. Or, if you calibrate someone as a teacher, you may get their 3rd eye chakra. Or, if you calibrate them as a family member, you may get their heart chakra. If you calibrate an individual without specifying a role, then calibration returns the level in their predominant dimension, as selected by consciousness itself.
The level of DR calibration (605) seems to be constrained by the level of the seven chakra model, which is at 600. If you add the thymus, the model is at 605.
All-Dimensions (AD) calibration
Once it is understood that DR calibration is dimension specific, one begins to explore whether there is an "all-dimensions" calibration. Thankfully, there is, and it fulfills the promise and expectation placed upon the DR calibration, which cannot be expected to do everything! Each of these calibration types has an optimal use case, as discussed in the next section.
The AD calibration averages the levels in each dimension, which evidently have different weights or significance relative to each other. (The dimensions seem to be nested one within another). The AD calibration type tests at 630, which distinguishes it from the DR calibration and demonstrates its transcendence of the seven-chakra-plus-thymus model. In this way, the AD calibration is greater than the sum of its parts.
Contrasting the DR and AD calibration types
"The DR is an applied calibration that tests for causality; its specific purpose requires the result to be in the dimension of relevance" (cal. 800). "The AD is an overall calibration in all dimensions without the assumption of causality; it is therefore a more accurate analysis of essence." (cal. 850).
Think of the DR calibration as answering the essential "why" question, e.g. "Why is this book the way it is?" or "Why is medical marijuana a good thing?" or "Why is this teacher teaching?" (That's why we see a lot of teachers under 200). Conversely, the AD calibration answers the essential question of "what," e.g. "What is this book?" or "What is medical marijuana?" or "What is this being who teaches?"
Sometimes we want to know "why" (DR), but it seems "what" (AD) is more comprehensive. With teachers, for example, we want to know what they're teaching--as a matter of their being--and are less concerned, if at all, with why they're teaching. (We get it, many teachers seek fame, money, followers, etc.)
AD calibrations may start to appear in the Database when the answer to the question of "what" is more informative and appropriate than the standard test of "why." I'll go ahead and label those so you know what you're getting. Cheers.