The qualification of thoughts, feelings and energies

The qualification of thoughts, feelings and energies

For Conscientiology, in the universe there are two basic elements: energy and consciousness. Primary energy, which is omnipresent, diffused and dispersed in all objects and realities of the universe, free from thoughts and feelings, is called immanent energy (IE). Consciential energy (CE) is a result of the consciousness’ thoughts and feelings, so that all consciential energies derive from immanent ones.

We constantly have thoughts and feelings and emit them around us through consciential energies, forming a bioenergetic field, which can be installed in a conscious or unconscious way. We call this expressed consciential energy thosene, which is an acronym for thought, feeling and energy.

 In this thosene universe, we interact with other consciousnesses continuously, leaving traces of our energies with information referring to what we think and feel at each moment. We can perceive and distinguish healthy and balanced energies from pathological and entropic ones, when we enter certain places, and thosenes that aren’t ours come to our minds and, mostly, our own thosenic patterns.

                We can make an analogy with a radio station that transmits its program daily at a certain frequency To be played it needs receivers (radios) to tune in exactly to this frequency, while accessing another station just requires the flick of a button and selecting the corresponding frequency range. In this way, each consciousness is a broadcasting station and an interrupted receiver of thosenes, reverberating and influencing one another, according to the frequency they vibrate and the quality and intentionality of the information they receive and send. 

Without realizing it, we donate and absorb consciential energies all the time, which reverberate and directly impact our health, behaviors, actions and places. A very small percentage of people, in the whole world, have awareness and autonomy in controlling their own energies. This occurs by maintaining rationality and health about one’s self and heterothosenes through deassimilation, energetic cleansing of pathological and disturbing energies absorbed, and investing in consciential self-reeducation.

Thus, self-research in recognizing and identifying the quality of one’s thosenes and their repercussions is an important evolutionary step, while investigating the degree of satisfaction or recovery of personal and interpersonal well-being becomes a routine attitude. Do you already recognize and identify the quality of your own thosenes?



  1. Kunz, Guilherme; Manual do Materpensene [Manual of Materthosene], 1st. Edition, Editares, Foz do Iguaçu, 2016.
  2. Vieira, Waldo; Nossa Evolução [Our Evolution], 3rd Edition, Editares, Foz do Iguaçu, 2013.
  3. Vieira, Waldo; O que é a Conscienciologia [What is Conscientiology], 4th Edition, Editares, Foz do Iguaçu, 2012.

John Keller

John Keller is an agricultural engineer licensed in biology. He is a professor, specialized in ecotourism, higher education didactics and youth and adult education. He is an instructional designer. He was an IIPC volunteer between 2008 and 2009. Since 2016, he has been volunteering at CEAEC, and is a coordinator of the Invisible College of Holothosenology. He has been a conscientiology teacher since 2018.


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