to Understanding Habeas Mentem:
1. All things are related to everything else in an infinite interrelationship.
2. The definition from that web of interrelated totality gives each thing its identity,
its being, in terms of its position in the image of that whole.
3. All things in reality have their identity from infinity; in living things, and in
conscious beings in particular, that identity is defined in the mind.
4. To have the mind (habeas mentem) is to be one with that identity, to be who we are.
5. We are who we are in our mind when we do things through agreement; we do not have the
mind when we do things through coercion.
6. Habeas Mentem is the philosophy that protects the conscious human mind from coercion,
and defines the Law of Agreement.
7. In a society of conscious individuals, the Law of Agreement preserves our identity in
terms of who we are.
8. In a society of Habeas Mentem, each mind is free from coercion and has the right to
materialize in his or her reality their being, as long as they do not trespass on the
identity of another through forced disagreement.
9. Free from trespass, the conscious human mind then materializes in its existence the
order of the universe in terms of who we are.
10. When we do through agreement and are free from trespass, we dream with the soul a new
consciousness into our reality.
11. Then we are free to choose a more conscious reality with our more spiritual being.
12. In the end, it is all One.
Some readers found it easier to skim through some chapters and return to them later.
Others skipped the parts on market exchange, as they are
illustrative, and continued onto the rest of the text, to return if they needed to better
understand the mechanics of human exchange. This book was written in cycles of ideas as
they came to my understanding, so there is no right way to read it. It was meant as an
interrelated whole, and can be approached from any part of itself. In the end, it all
comes together as one.