â–¸ noun: a person considered separately from their society or community
â–¸ noun: a person considered separately in relation to their feelings, ideas, and thoughts
â–¸ noun: a person who has a quality that makes them unusual or different from other people
â–¸ noun: a single organism
â–¸ noun: a human being
â–¸ adjective: existing or considered separately from other people or things
â–¸ adjective: relating to one person rather than a group
â–¸ adjective: made or intended for one person
â–¸ adjective: unusual or different from anyone or anything else, usually in a way that you admire
â–¸ adjective: characteristic of or meant for a single person or thing ("An individual serving")
â–¸ adjective: being or characteristic of a single thing or person ("Individual drops of rain")
â–¸ adjective: separate and distinct from others of the same kind ("Mark the individual pages")

Laws of Being as applied to the indivdual
I. Law of Assimilation: every individual assimilates itself to all other individuals.

II. Law of Individualization: every such individual tends to assimilate all other individuals to itself.

III. Law of the Dominant: every such individual is such by virtue of the higher or dominant force (Love) which controls these (above) two tendencies. (slightly paraphrased)

"More individuals become so anxious about their own troubles, and yet helping others is the best way to rid yourself of your own troubles. For what is the pattern? He gave up Heaven and entered physical being that ye might have access to the Father." Cayce (5081-1)

See Also

I Am
Law of Individualization

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