These are Rose’s most common concepts and neologisms (new words), intended to push our perceptions outside the box of conventional language patterns and belief systems.
Chreate – A combination of Christ and create. “Your chreations are what you do when you are spiritually informed. The chreations are those that would be considered ones of beauty, and that’s allowed always, works of beauty.” ~ Session 197, December 02, 2007
Comportune – A combination of compassion and importune (“to press or urge with troublesome persistence”), meaning “to allow your best, most compassionate expressions, even if others may find fault because they may consider them annoying or selfish.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Decine – A combination of decide and divine, or deciding to do things in ways that are essence-like. ~ Session 277, August 16, 2008
Empede – A combination of empathy and impede. To impede the actions of others out of a sense of empathy, such as standing up to bullies in ways that end their suffering as well as others. ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Feal – A combination of feel and real. “When you feal, you feel more deeply as well as more succinctly. In other words, you feal in ways that will allow most expression in many ways that will also reduce theatrics. Theatrics sometimes only serve to express your inner fealings in ways that are not accurate. Fealing helps you reduce theatrics so as to allow your best, most wonderful connection with essence.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Geanius – A combination of gene and genius. “Your word genius sounds like it sometimes comes from a source outside of you. But the genes in your body carry around information as much as we genius ghosts do. So your geanius would be defined as genius in your way of spirit that includes your mind, body, and the very genes sontering your beautiful essence in ways that provide introspective information that you would call inspired.” ~ Session 166, October 26, 2007
Healp – A combination of help and heal.
Intentionality/Families of Consciousness – First introduced by Seth in The “Unknown” Reality, Vol. 2 to describe how we each are born with innate purpose and intention. Understanding our intentionality helps us to connect with our purpose in life and “follow our bliss” and “way of spirit.” Elias and Kris also use the families of consciousness in their teachings. For more information, see Discover Your Intent Name.
Nun – A contrary way of being in the world that reclaims the transformative practices of past feminine contemplative traditions, while helping those who are ready to move beyond extreme relativistic thinking found in many New Age circles. The term is often used in fun and can include both men and women. ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Orientations – A typology (common, soft, and intermediate) introduced by Elias and used by Rose. Together with gender and preference, they form a “language of perception” that helps explain why we each perceive reality so differently at times. For more information, see Orientations.
Response-ability – “The means of allowing the others in your lives to be able to respond to their lives. So [for example] when you hurt someone, you have the need to get feedback about that, indeed, for hurting another isn’t a fun thing, nor is it a good thing, or a healthy thing. Hurting others hurts the person doing the hurting, and the hurting must be stopped.” ~ Session 235, April 06, 2008
Rest-in-Rose – A simple meditative practice to feal your direct connection with essence. “The way you can think of resting-in-Rose is as a way of finding your truly deepest self enfolded in Rose’s loving arms. So we help you connect with your own essence, but when you’re wanting some assistance, your Roses are there to help you do that. So rest-in-Rose when you want the benefit of your Roses to assist.” ~ Session 239, April 26, 2008
Sence – A combination of sense and scent. “Senced is a way to get you to think about things in more ways than thinking.” ~ Session 259, June 21, 2008
Senxuality – A combination of sexual and sensual. “The most perfectly beautiful expressions of your sexuality and sensuality, for explaining either will not incorporate the other. The way of spirit indeed allows the incorporation of scent, sound, taste, sensual pleasures such as a bowl of cherries, a sexual romp, a most breathy view of your landscapes, a most breathy view of your wonderful bodies, a scent on a tip of a table lamp, a marvelous dinner, a most frequently assuaged martini.” ~ Session 101, July 23, 2007
Sonter – “[The] breathing in of essence. When you are sensing your breath as a form of consciousness, and not an intrusion, you may begin to relax into your breathing as a beautiful reminder that you are essence, you breathe essence, and all of your creation is exactly as your essence cocreates it with you.” ~ Session 67, June 13, 2007
Sumulate – A combination of sum and simulate. “The sum of your past that will provide the templates of your future. You sumulate your life when you move in an orderly way towards your future: you take what you have with you. And when you sumulate, the way you’ll find the past will provide assurance that your future will be the same. So you’re wanting to sumulate in a different manner than you have.” ~ Session 199, December 04, 2007
Teall – A combination of tell and teach. “Telling about your self is a way to teach others. You don’t need to be in charge, you only need to allow your best expressions to come out, then tell the world how you feal and what you think. It can make a huge difference in your world.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Theatrics – “The many ways that you block energy and provide more effort than required. By allowing the best way of spirit, you will allow more interest in satisfaction rather than theatrics. Theatrics are how you need to not get the way of spirit, for they will block in every way your best selves.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Timporary – A combination of time and temporary. “Time is … a most agile as well as temporary thing you can imagine, as time not only is temporal in your sense of ‘time is on your side,’ but the temporariness that it is exciting in you will have you laughing when your realize how very tricky it is as far as permanence.” ~ Session 213, December 26, 2007
Tome – A combination of time and OM (All-That-Is). It “includes both your sense of time and ours … you’ll find ways to combine both time and non-time together.” ~ Session 201, December 08, 2007
Trealty – A combination of true and realty. “You have a sense that in life there is a set of presumptions that are true, and in reasonable terms, this is correct. But in other terms, you have a sense that it is negotiable in ways that presuppose who is setting the potentials in regard to true expression. So you have a sense of trealty when you realize how you sometimes need to take back, in some ways, the provision of realty in space you have unfairly provided to others who do not have a sense of truth or justice. Taking back your space of truth, therefore, is how you realize trealty.” ~ Session 235, April 06, 2008
Treantea – “[This] is a contradictory method of equalizing expectations in order to be aware of alternate information, providing the best of all possible worlds, in a sense. This exercise is a way to access alternatives to your current internal information so as to allow you to be aware of additional probabilities that would be more fulfilling of your desires.” ~ Session 50, May 18, 2007. For more information, see Treantea Poker Players Practice and Treantea Practice Part Two: The Poker Players Float to the Sky.
Vespers – The critical, daily (preferably morning) practice of communication with essence. Vespers can help you through personal issues, to learn how to identify and allow your emerging abilities, and to help you find your bliss. For more information, see Vespers.
Youse – A combination of you and use. “The everyday expressions of self have the most fruitful, inviting ways of spirit. You youse your own abilities to suggest that you are doing what the world needs: using you in the world.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Yoused – A combination of you and used to be. “The way of spirit calls you to be the best individual you can be, so you can youse only your best self. And when you feal that you did not in your past, realize that you did but you didn’t need to know at the time that you were only getting in your way, or you were on your way of realization of self, but didn’t see how that would branch into the world in another temporal space. So you yoused to be one way, now you are another way.” ~ Session 258, June 21, 2008
Weany girl/boy – “Weany girl is my name for Joanne, a loving term for my pet student in order to remind her that she is learning to wean herself of her current internalizations of contrary behaviors while allowing more equalized contrary expressions. In other words, she’s allowing more of essence to come through by allowing herself to be beautifully letting go of her habits and getting new habits, nunny pun intended.” ~ Session 45, May 14, 2007
Rose lovingly refers to Paul as weany boy.