selfish / selfishness

The adjective and the noun calibrate differently.


Request: I think Gandhi once said that it was one of the qualities to have.

larger than life

"describes someone or something that is exceptionally impressive, remarkable, or memorable, often in a way that seems almost too good or grand to be true" -- Brave AI.


Impossible to replace; unique or invaluable, such that no substitute can take its place.


Listed at 270 [awareness] in Truth vs. Falsehood in the Spiritual Foundation table, humility calibrates higher in ADAP, suggesting its access requires more spiritual evolution than initially supposed.


a manifest feeling of personal superiority in rank, power, dignity, or estimation; the exalting of one's own worth or importance to an undue degree; pride with contempt of others -- The Century Dictionary.

false authority

Inversion of actual, innate authority or true power as authoritarianism and force.


A serious, spiritual error.


The attitude or behavior of someone who believes they are more important or superior to others. It is characterized by an inflated sense of self-importance, often accompanied by a lack of humility and a tendency to belittle or disregard others -- Brave AI.


Calibrated at 245 [awareness] in Truth vs. Falsehood.


Calibrated at 295 [awareness] in Truth vs. Falsehood.


Having the ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; sagacious.


a feeling of indignant displeasure or persistent ill will at something regarded as a wrong, insult, or injury -- merriam-webster.com.


Experiential freedom is the awareness of one's capacity to shift intellectual focus or change context appropriate to inner and outer conditions--indeed, to experience energy by decision rather than imposition.


"The Luciferic energy’s primary tool is distortion of truth. Thus, it is directed at the mind and relies on false promises and half-truths" -- I:RS.