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Posted by Heather C. Williams at Jul 25, 2012 08:22 PM |

The word 'incorporate' comes from the Latin word 'incorporare' which means, "to form into a body".


Intersecting lines form a body

Dear Prosperos friends,

You and I, and many of our friends, have taken classes in The Prosperos School of Ontology. It's Teachings offer tools to enable us to move from ego (identity as separate forms) to Essence (identity as formless Essence). The school was founded in 1956. The founder of the school (Thane) died, twenty-three years ago, in 1989. Each of us has been incorporating these tools into our lives in our own unique ways. It is time we each observe our selves and determine if and how, our body (our life experience) has been formed by the use of these tools. If there is something significant to report, please consider doing so as it may be helpful to someone else. Email me:


TOOL #1: Translation is a word tool we use to de-materialize, or see through the forms that appear limiting so that we can see the true Essence. How have you incorporated this tool into your life?

TOOL #2: Releasing the Hidden Splendour is an emotional tool we use to go into a memory that appears to block us in some way and to release the hidden splendour that is locked inside. How have you incorporated this tool into your life?