The 'Key Concepts' section includes key materials and concepts that provide the framework by which to identify, align and expand beliefs in any aspect or dimension of life (physical, emotional and spiritual).

To be proficient and genuine in this regard requires that the content at this site, and the advice given by Belief Institute Advisers, be congruent with principles that will withstand scrutiny, and remain valid independent of time and circumstance. Understanding those principles can be gained by various approaches, some of which are covered in the materials at this website.

Key Principle of Life, for Life No. 1

Key Principle of Life, for Life No. 1:
The Interdependence of One and All*

Individuals & groups; parts & wholes; one and all
have interdependent validity, reality and purpose. 
Howsoever any whole (community, company or God)
is experienced or perceived, we are necessarily
the combinate whole as us.
{Examples, first-person}
'I am my family-as-me',
'I am my community-as-me',
I am this city-as-me';
I am this organisation-as-me',
'I am this planet (Earth)-as-me',
'I am this universe-as-me',
I am god-as-me.

Applying the Key Principles of Life: Religion

Being a separate individual person while being embedded in integrated, interconnected groups is a paradox that we cannot fully understand. As covered in Key Principle of Life, for Life No.1, we are neither "perfectly independent", nor "perfectly dependent."

Entirely understanding this paradoxical dynamic is beyond direct reasoning, science and mathematics.

more details soon, on how Key Principles of Life, for Life provide fresh perspectives on religious ideas and beliefs.

Key Principle of Life, for Life No. 2

KPLL No.2 affirms the inability to meaningfully analyse parts independent of their relationship to the whole (as any independence requires nonsense disconnects that are meaningless and contrary to KPLL No. 1).

The world around us co-exists with us at-once -- no science, at least none that rely on measurable confirmations (reliant on speed-of-light delays) can fully and entirely confirm that at-once nature. That is to say, there will remain a fullness (wholeness) to life that will not be fully revealed by scientific inquiry.

Key Principle of Life, For Life No. 2:
All occurs at once

Individuals and communities exist at-once.
‘Parts’ and ‘wholes’ have validity, reality and purpose
through an at-once interdependence of each other.


Key Principle of Life, for Life No. 2a

People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.

A human being is a part of a whole, called by us the 'universe', a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts and feelings as something separated from the rest... a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness.1