The consciential paradigm is the direct application of the consciousness in scientific research, particularly in evolutionary self-investigations. The consciousness participates directly – through the will – using itself as the main instrument for multidimensional research and as a guinea pig in open confrontation with other consciousnesses, occurrences and realities in the cosmos. The paradigm proposes the expansion of scientific thought, offering a full view of the universe and of the consciousness based on the following basic assumptions:
- Holosomatics: Accepts the existence of the holosoma (holo + soma), i.e., the set of bodies or vehicles of manifestation of consciousness formed by the soma or physical body; energosoma, the body of energy, also known as the holochakra; psychosoma or body of emotions and; mentalsoma, the body of discernment.
- Bioenergetics: Accepts the existence and lucid application of bioenergy through the energosoma (Energo + soma: energy body formed by all chakras), taking into account the influences of immanent and consciential energies far beyond the perceptions of the brain and recorded by the physical senses.
- Multidimensionality: The consciousness manifests itself in multiple dimensions with each vehicle manifesting in a specific dimension. Therefore, through the voluntary control of conscious projections – out-of-body experiences – the projector has the opportunity to prove this fact, as he is in direct contact with many dimensions and non-physical realities.
- Seriality: Upholds the principle that consciousness is multiexistential and multimillenary, i.e., the personality undergoes seriality of existences or multiple lives in series, alternating with intermissive periods, i.e. between human lives.
- Self-research: The basis of consciousness research is self-experimentation. Speculation is not sufficient to perform consciousness research.
- Cosmoethics: At the base of the consciential paradigm is the moral philosophy of cosmoethics – or cosmic moral – a broader principle than human morality – which takes into account multiple lives, or our multiple interpersonal relationships; the different vehicles of manifestation, the quality of our thoughts, feelings and energy and their repercussions.
- Universalism: The set of ideas derived from the universality of the basic laws of nature and the universe. It suggests that through all fields of research, the micro-universe of the consciousness is involved, expanding from there to the universe, which all are immersed in. Given this premise, the consciousness loses the sense of attachment to provincialism, exaggerated nationalism, prejudices of all kinds and borders between countries.