Intrinsic nature

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The term intrinsic nature term comes from Sufi tradition and refers to one's built-in tendency towards "felicity" vs. "wretchedness", "grace" vs. "sin", or being vs. non-being.

This corresponds roughly to the Cassiopaean notion of consciousness energy director. This is the factor determining the binding between the entity and the realm the entity occupies. This corresponds to both density as well as to the service to others/service to self duality.

At the level of human psychology, such a nature can be seen in one's basic disposition towards either being giving, empathic, and honoring reality, or on the other hand selfish and submerged in wishful thinking.

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