Mind Identity Theory Methodology
The Mind Identity Theory Research, Principles, and Practice are founded in two co-intertwined methods: A Course in Miracles as source material and Atonement in research and interpretation.
Method 1: ACIM
Studies show that ACIM works 👍. MIT Principles, theories and concepts are distilled from ACIM canon. That is to say we reduce the words of ACIM to bite-sized heuristics and testable theorems.
All Mind Identity Principles can be fully accredited to the words of one of ACIM’s 3 primary works: the a) Text, b) Workbook, and c) Manual. Supplemental conjectures and references
In Context: It is for the proposer of a Mind ID principle to provide their interpretive context for the surrounding a) section, b) lesson, or c) section respectively. These contextual references are examined by the MIT research team.
Method 2: Atonement
Mind ID theorems are written in conjunction with Higher Mind. Practically speaking, the providing researcher is at-one with Christ. The researcher is thereby Self-describing the process to achieve their state of awareness.
Theorems are written only under states of forgiveness, miracle-mindedness, Christ-guidance or any similar ACIM or ACIM-derived terms.
The Mind ID experiments are written for any participant, regardless of their current state of identity. Given the experiments’ expressed purpose is to lead participants to higher states of awareness, the ideal participants are not at such a state are good candidates.