INSPIRATION --- At first, the individual (subject) is surrounded
by talented people, often people who play music instruments.
Their talent is explained by the fact that they have already
individuated. This is also the time when the person first hears the
word 'individual'.

THE LIE --- The person sees that there is something wrong with
the world. The person struggles and is taken down by a
psychological or physical condition of some type. He or she hears
the word 'individuation' if it is psychological, or 'habit' /
'habitation' / 'habituation' if it is physical. The physical response
leads to questions such as, is it worth it to spend time, is life worth
it, is the physical world inspiring, etc. It cannot be argued that
both worlds are equally interesting, so the physical answer may
involve some sort of artificial death or historical lapse into the
psychological condition. In effect, the physical model becomes the

THEORY AND PROOF --- The individual explores creativity or
whatever else he or she feels like doing. The result is a theory
(what he or she is doing) and confirmation (proof of the theory),
not to be confused with the later stage.

IMMERSION OR DENIAL ---- As life becomes more like a
mental construct that responds to some of the person's thoughts
(e.g. the person gets some of what is wanted), either the person
immerses him or herself in pleasures, or he or she denies him or
herself some of the pleasures. The result is two different
personalities, one finding unreality in the physical body, and the
other finding unreality in the mind.

CONFORMATION --- The theory, whether it is flesh or mind,
becomes all-important, and the persons' beliefs as they become
more sophisticated are also confirmed or supported.

ELEVATION - THE KISS ---- Rewards become immaterial or
else confirm one's habituation in the world. One enters 'the
psychological cocoon'.