HAVINGNESS, 1. that which permits the experience of mass and pressure. (A&L, p. 8) 2. the feeling that one owns or possesses. (SH Spec 84, 6612C13) 3. can be simply defined as ARC with the environment. (SH Spec 294, 6308C14) 4. that activity which is run when needed and when it will not violently deflect the pc’s attention. (SH Spec 85, 6111C28) 5. the result of creation. (SH Spec 19, 6106C23) 6. the ability to duplicate that which one perceives, or create a duplication of what one perceives, or to be willing to create a duplication of it. But it’s duplication. (lSHACC-10, 6009C14) 7. ability to communicate with an isness. The ability to conceive an is-ness and communicate with it. ( 17ACC-4, 5702C28) 8. havingness is the concept of being able to reach or not being prevented from reaching. (SH Spec 126, 6203C29) 9. the need to have terminals and things to play for and on. (Dn 55!, p. 137) Abbr. Hav.
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