Reflections by editors Ingrida Stankeviciene and Edita Marciuleviciene recorded during conversations with author Augustinas Rakauskas

The author of the book, Augustinas Rakauskas, is a Lithuanian entrepreneur, the founder of Senukai trade network, Harmony Park, the owner of information radio Ziniu radijas and the author of the radio programme The Spirit of Entrepreneurship. This book is the compilation of a number of the author’s insights collected throughout a long period of time. It contains descriptions of a variety of different states experienced and analysed during the establishment and development of the business in the complicated context of political and economic systems in Lithuania. Hoping that the reader sees the actual process behind people’s conversations and listening, the author purposefully reveals the mechanism of action between feelings and mind operating behind different states of the spirit of the soul.

By consciously emphasizing how ignorance, for the reader, hinders one to consciously realize the sense of a new state that brings him closer to the harmonious state of the divine feeling mind, the author hopes that the reader grasps the ideas laid down in this book and feels the impetus to analyse himself. Instead of attempting to find a new theory in this book, the reader is encouraged to put effort into recognizing the action of patterns in society and inside himself. The reader is expected to grow in order to develop a new realization of himself and the entire society. This, in turn, is possible only by the efforts of one’s own spirit of the feeling mind and the global spirit of the feeling mind.

The author, of course, realizes that his insights might cause a reaction of rejection, a new wave of resistance to feelings and mind undermining the basis of values built upon with rational thinking. Nevertheless, the author also believes that each soul that wishes to learn about itself, will gradually continue to delve deeper and recognise its states sooner. Reading will cultivate the need to turn to one’s own soul and ask oneself the question: ‘What am I?’ As soon as the person looks deeper into himself and realizes how and why he feels, he will find answers to the questions of what he is and why he feels one way or another. More questions will rise later, when the reader lives through clearer states, such as: Why do we all think that we feel the same things in different ways? As explained by the author, each state realized in a new way awakens feelings. These feelings, in turn, give rise to new questions. This perpetual cycle nurtures the human’s state of feeling mind that cultivates the concept of the divine in the soul of God’s child.

The author believes that the reader, who seeks to reveal the nature of past experiences, will realize the patterns of cause in those past experiences. And the effect, induced by his own insights about the feeling, will help the reader analyse and make conclusions in a more conscious way. As a result, the reader would be able to better foresee the consequences of visions created by him. He would understand the action of his own stereotypes, thus realizing the unlimited nature of his own capacities. The result is achieved through consistent efforts in analysing the states of one’s own feeling mind. The author has noted that the sign of a genuinely good effort is the emerging ability to develop better realization of the impression of a new insight. And this insight starts to reveal itself by overcoming the resistance of stereotypes. The human who accumulates the power of the spirit of the feeling mind, looks deeper into himself, into other feelings and thoughts, and into conscious and unconscious living creations around him.

The author sincerely wishes that the readers realize how the synthesis of family, workplace, and various communities creates the power of oneness of unity of the entire society. Gradually, moving from paragraph to paragraph, it becomes clear that oneness of unity is the internal action of the spirit of soul. When individual humans perceive themselves as parts of a single organism, they create links with each other using their feelings and thoughts with a common goal. The efforts to connect with each other create the state of oneness of unity that becomes the power of universal consciousness. Creation of the power of oneness of unity is the creation of a higher dimension of the concept of the universal spirit of soul. The process of such creation is described in more details in Part II.

The author does not have any intentions to follow the path of ‘scientific approach’ or ‘philosophical theories’ already beaten by many prominent thinkers. Insights contained in this book are based on the authentic personal experiences that may enrich a scientific approach, or even open a new context, enabling the readers to engage in the process of realization of a new quality and new explorations of the relations between nature and society.

The state is the protagonist of this book. The majority of insights (states) are expressed as manifestations of personal experience (conclusions): It is so and so (I feel so and so). The sense of a state that is difficult to realize for the majority of people is presented in each sentence as the outcome that leaves little place for a dialogue with the reader. The reader is not usually offered the chance to take the entire path of action to thinking that has been walked by the author and taken him to the described state. The author presents knowledge not as a solution, but rather as the experience of a change of the feeling mind, the meaning of which has to be discovered by the reader by employing the state created by his own efforts. The author seems to be saying: ‘This is my reality, and You are free to participate in the process of your own advancement if You are willing to do so by reading my book and tapping on the experience of my own feeling mind!’ The efforts of every soul to follow the path of advancement of one’s own inner Self are obviously most important to the author.

Insights in the first section reveal the methodological guidelines of the entire book. The author’s tactic is to introduce the reader to the process of analysis of his own states, question-raising by using his own example of addressing stereotypes. Here, stereotypes are considered to be the constructs that emerge from and in interaction between the human and society. The author analyses the stereotypes by actualizing, contemplating and creating a new state, as a discovery that he has made at his own inner laboratory of the feeling mind. The author shares his experience on how to employ the inner technique of the feeling mind when dealing with many lived states. The technique will help identify the stereotypes acting in specific situations. The reader is also shown how to develop the prerequisites for a new state following the path of analysis and logical discovery, which is the key to realizing the knowledge contained in this book.

In the process of reading this book, the reader encounters the state cultivated by him. The encountered state helps the reader to gradually decode the meanings behind the texts he has read. The coded meanings are not easy to decode for old hands either: the texts in the book are impossible to read by relying on a conventional language of logic. They do not surrender to the principles of logic and do not become easily exposed. The meanings are rather accessible through a reading and exploration that are becoming increasingly comprehensive and built on a new cultivated state of feeling mind. The state is not necessarily a guarantee that the reader will be allowed to enter the domain behind the text, as the reader must first abandon his ego ‘mode’, use a unit of measurement that goes beyond his ‘Self’, and embrace tolerance towards the model of the world that is full of truths yet to be crystallised and realized by the present consciousness. This depends more on the mercy of a newly-formed feeling mind than on any logical categories. The author admits that he feels the need to consciously focus on the state locked in the texts during reading, as the words start acting under the principles of universality as soon as they are written down.

The book offers every human who is looking for a solution to rely not only on the rational mind, but also on feelings, bringing them together into a conscious feeling mind. As explained by the author, the feeling mind is able to help realize new dimensions of one’s own material, other people’s material and the immaterial reality, and the relationship between them by revealing the states realized by every personality. The author’s system of laws, or patterns, is based on the four key values that have been universally accepted and, as such, have a great energy potential: wisdom, justice, faith and love. The author suggests that all actions should be judged according to their correspondence to these criteria (each of them without any exceptions and under the same pattern). Today, these criteria form the basis for development of the spirit of soul of the whole of humanity.

The author shows that the individual and society act either following the respective patterns or ignoring them. He demonstrates how each action by the human reveals the patterns perceived in a new way, including the patterns of ignorance, through manifestation of a certain state of soul. The author takes particular interest in causes and consequences of the disregarding of the laws that are exposed to him and to every individual, to society as well as to mankind. He provides specific examples of manifestations of the underlying patterns to reveal how conscious and unconscious actions performed by humans lead to certain consequences that, in turn, give rise to new systems of relationships.

The book is also unique regarding the majority of insights that have emerged as individual oral discourses prompted by certain real-life circumstances, and, as much as possible, they have been presented here as they are in order to preserve the authenticity of the respective state. The author believes that a stereotypical structure aimed at taking control over a yet unfamiliar state of the soul is counter-indicative of this book. This unfamiliar state is a step towards a completely new dimension of consciousness, taken by experiencing the state of suffering and happiness together with other humans. A stereotypical structure would be an effort to define a new dimension using an old cliché, stemming from the fear of being misunderstood, the inability to control a completely new inner state, failure to perceive the importance of karmic recurrences in the process of new experiences. The author often refuses to follow the rules of a standard language, text structure, style, or other stereotypical rules that are not in line with his visions. By doing this, he aims at revealing the processes occurring in one’s life by employing, to the maximum extent possible, an authentic state experienced by him and others. He is also very sensitive to the meaning of words and is particularly cautious in his choice of words by following the strict criteria of one’s own feeling mind.

The author’s state that dictates the style of this book is an outcome of the creative activity of his feeling mind. This outcome, however, develops into a symbol if not accompanied by human action. The symbol manifests its action throughout this book. The author even seems to wish that the actions are performed by the state as a symbol of the past, present and future. He transfers this symbol easily into the mundane world. And… the mundane fades away: the mundane domain transforms itself, and new dimensions and meanings emerge. The symbol moves beyond the subconscious level, and then, through the subconscious, again into the conscious, forming the question to the reader: Where am I as a human? How do I preserve the link between feeling the word and the spirit of soul spread by the author? How do I maintain my presence in this dimension of the universal oneness of the spiritual state of the past, present and future without immersing myself into just one of them?

An important aspect to note for the reader is the dominance of the vertical – Heaven and Earth – principle of contemplation on the underlying patterns referred to in this book, meaning that a plane, linear reading method is hardly applicable to this book. While words are performing their function, the energy accumulated between words forms the state of the ‘heavenly and earthly spirit’. This motion happens in each of us and takes us from the conscious and subconscious to the spirit of state beyond the subconscious common for the whole of humanity, and, again, we return to the reality of the material world. It encompasses the state of a human’s feeling mind of the past, present and the nearest future, and the author continuously refers to this state throughout the book.

A sentence designed by the author manifests itself to the reader who senses the key idea as an indefinite phenomenon that the reader may realize as a state, symbol, or a definition. Words, sentences and paragraphs, interacting with each other under the principle of eternal change, represented by the figure-eight symbol, create an emotional domain-state characteristic of the development level already attained by the respective reader. A New experience is often qualitatively different from the experience written down, because the result of reading is always different for every human who reads the book within his specific emotional domain of inner Self.

In what kind of domain should the creative process take place? Does the lived state already mean the spirit of a continuous change of Heaven and Earth represented by the figure-eight symbol and used by the author to explain the relationship between the individual, society, mankind, planet, and the entire Universe? If so, the spirit itself, permeating the content of this book, becomes the author’s figure-eight symbol that, in turn, influences the reader.

The first step in the action of feeling and mind under the figure-eight principle is starting with the sensual aspect rather than the intellectual one. Although it is common for humans to prioritize the mind, earthly logic is not a proper guide, as the book is based on the state that emerges from the feeling that has not been realized fully yet, when the realization of feeling that creates a higher level of consciousness is formed in the course of reading and analysis.

While reading the book, the fear of losing the grounds of a stereotypical logical narration develops when the reader enters the state revealed to him without having abandoned his own stereotypes. The ever-violent rational mind desires to take control over the substance of the book and is often ready to destroy the substance that it cannot encompass, so that the substance would fit its stereotypical needs. Every effort to read and understand manifests itself to the reader as a reflection of his present state.

The author employs the technique of the repetition of information units with the aim of conveying the spirit of the book’s contents. This technique impels the reader to analyse and is the means to realize the key idea behind the information and to solidify the operating underlying patterns. In fact, each glance at the same phenomenon from a different perspective helps reveal and perceive new constructs. The author attempts to employ repetition to make it easier for the reader to embrace the unusual information into his own state. Every time we receive the related pieces of information, we delve deeper into the key idea behind the information and cross new boundaries of realization in our subconscious and beyond. How do we identify the boundaries? We identify them through repetition that brings an array of states – new constructs that can be approached by realizing different nuances of essence. Repeating the essence from different perspectives is a part of the methodology.

The reader will not find any conventional clear definitions or formulas. Such concepts as oneness of unity, feeling mind, spirit of soul, state of universal consciousness, state of harmony carry many meanings and act as characters. The state expressed by the author, in many cases, is both the subject and the object, i.e. the author identifies his relationships with society as consistent constructs by employing the state, in cooperation with the state and being in the state (as if in a place). The state is viewed as a clearly perceptible individual energetic body that reflects the quality of the conscious of the spirit of inner Self.

Once again, we would like to emphasize that the book is the outcome of the state experienced by the author’s feeling mind in the course of his life rather than the expression of artistic activity. The readers have the perfect opportunity to make use of the author’s experiences in order to create their own realities, for the source of the book, as asserted by the author, is a gradually emerging spirit of the universal understanding stemming from the common interaction between all humans and experienced in the state of his soul.

The goal of this book is to engage the reader in the conversation with his own soul rather than with the author, to arouse curiosity: what is the spirit of the state of my soul, as I live in the same global society as the author? What vibrations are spread by my state to the body of family, workplace, country or the entire planet, where we all live and learn to be a ‘conscious living spirit of the oneness of unity of the divine wisdom, justice, faith, and love’, as asserted by the author?

Today, when we all experience major internal and external crises, as we are witnessing strategic plans, forms of management being too negligible to control events that bring the world to a dead-end, the majority of us do not question whether or not a human has a soul, whether or not there is more than just a body. The reader of this book is a person who wishes to look deeper into the patterns acting on his life, who consciously agrees to take the hat off his head that is filled with the worldly knowledge to the harmony of the divine spirit. Such a reader will have the opportunity to perceive his own spiritual nature more clearly, feel the higher power that helps form his perception of the meaning of life of an individual soul. Therefore, prior to delving deeper, this reader should use his own feeling mind and the spirit embodied in this book to address the spirit of the divine light concentrated in every human’s soul since the beginning of the existence of our life form. The author does this with the vibrations caused by the spirit of prayer, and these vibrations reach, without any obstacles, all the souls that are ready to accept this spirit.

Additional methodological guidelines for the reader exploring ‘The Global Spirit of The Feeling Mind’ deeper: any relationship that involves an act of unification is based on the principle of request in this book, as the path towards greater consciousness primarily starts with the realization of one’s own egoistic purpose and value. Higher states of quality may be requested (sought) after the essence of egoism is realized and acknowledged. This state is impossible to achieve on your own, by following the paradigm of prevalence of mind over feelings (mind-feelings), as the power that determines this achievement belongs to the universal spirit of mankind that can be addressed by prayer, by cultivating an unselfish aspiration for universality.

The state of the ‘feeling of understanding’ of soul defined by the author is an equivalent to the ‘level of consciousness’, i.e. refers to the qualitative state taken by a soul from this world. In other words, it is the code of development of the spirit of soul, homework for other lives. The author concludes that a human with a soul lacking the feeling of understanding and who fails to realize certain acting patterns, is not capable of employing them consciously, as the mind is used to serve physical senses only. However, having raised the question of ‘the meaning of one’s own life, existence, goal of one’s own life’, the human is able to enhance the feeling of perception of his own soul through the intuitive feeling mind and make use of this sense.

By addressing ‘God’, the author shows that he consciously chooses to acknowledge the spirit of divinity as the highest category of morality, which is the beginning and the end of everything in this earthly life. At the same time, he acknowledges the objective of his own spirit of soul to join the state of a better quality in the universal spirit of the subtle world created by mankind. Deeper insight into the concept ‘God’ that is present in this relationship will draw light on the principle of spiritual laws in the text. If the reader denies the source of spiritual laws, his evaluative criteria will substantially contradict the idea of the book, and no relationship between the information of the world beyond the subconscious presented in this book and the reader’s subconscious world that answers all his questions will be established.

The soul opens the door into the state of a conscious divinity through the lived states, created spirit by using the human’s consciousness, subconsciousness, and beyond the subconscious. The author’s concept ‘spirit of soul’ shows that it is not the soul that changes. Soul is divine; it does not need any corrections. On the other hand, the spirit created collectively while living on Earth is subject to perpetual change.

A reader who is a beginner might feel the urge to delete the ‘excessive / obvious’ information, find other words to express a completely new concept that creates an obstacle for stereotypical thinking. The readers who will have the desire to overcome this hurdle inside themselves and put effort into decoding the information embedded in the text, will have the opportunity to explore the preconditions for a new insight of the feeling mind. The insights will encourage the readers to challenge the discomforts that will help them decide what is comfortable (stereotypes). The reader will not only manage to change the stereotypes by himself. Backed by a different way of thinking, he may create a new state that will allow him to cross the boundaries of a conventional stereotype. Relationships are subject to a number of different conflicts, which are the stages of their development that eventually bring to a specific qualitative outcome. Before developing in each individual human being, a new quality always first arises among humans. For example, the concept of the ‘divine spirit of soul’ is still absent from the linguistic stereotypes of the majority of people and the reader who is still thinking stereotypes might view this concept as daring, if not blasphemous. On the other hand, the author always emphasizes that humans are ‘God’s children’, implying that the ‘spirit of divinity’ is inherent in them.

The conventional paradigm of mind-feeling would suggest that if anything is missing from the rules, it should be left out of the text. The author reverses the currently dominant paradigm of mind-feeling into the paradigm feeling-mind. The book reveals the way of thinking under the feeling-mind paradigm, where feeling is the primary creative element of life. Only if the reader applies his own efforts into deeper exploration of the text will he be able to grasp the methodology proposed by the author, for the mind-feeling paradigm cannot be abandoned without exerting internal efforts. It is, therefore, not recommended to force the unfamiliar future, created by the author, into yesterday’s templates.

It is important that the reader focuses on the pattern followed by the author: all of us act within, and are parts to, the organism of mankind. This approach should always be active. Its realization always promotes change, and the reader begins feeling the spirit stemming from mutual relations. By analysing these relations and making logical conclusions, humans may engage in internal and external transformative actions.

Speaking about the law of oneness of unity that acts within the unity of three dimensions of time, the past is the paradigm of a human’s attitude and is referred to as ‘Self’, or ‘I’. ‘I’ as individualist, egoist, the centre of the world. As mentioned already, the mind-feeling paradigm (namely, feeling induced by mind) is the benchmark here. If we use this benchmark only, we will not be able to identify and perceive the key idea: ‘I’ can be active only by joining something that turns ‘I’ into ‘We’. And it is exactly unity that brings ‘I’ to ‘We’, to the spirit, because the spirit develops in relationship. Spirit is the outcome of the quality of the act of merging at a higher or lower degree, which means that the more global, intensive, deeper the spirit is, the holier it is. Alienation of humans from each other, from their souls is the main issue that causes disharmony and suffering in the world.

The author notes what he means by ‘us, humans’, ‘humanity’, ‘creatures living on Earth’ every time. He employs these references to define the place, period that he refers to when speaking about the patterns characteristic for the described processes. The author intentionally links the reader to the whole of humanity, thus broadening the limits of an individualist approach. As a result, the reader becomes prepared to realize the magnitude and depth of the key prerequisites of action: wisdom, justice, faith, and love. In the course of reading, we momentarily enter the domain of such concepts as ‘human-humanity’, ‘planet Earth-universe’, where wisdom, justice, faith, and love are viewed on the scope of humanity at least rather than on the level of a single person or a couple of persons.

Although mutual relations have been analysed since very ancient times, each person analysing them relies on his own individual attitude. As a result, witnessing yet another crisis, we see the way that the wrong mutual relations – clashes between two individual attitudes – have once again brought us to a dead-end. This is evidence that we should change our attitude towards the relationship itself. Guided by the feeling-mind paradigm proposed by the author, any human asking the question ‘How do I feel?’ also asks the question of how people around him feel. A human who follows his feeling mind knows that both he himself and another human are parts of the same organism. Understanding the principle of action of the oneness of unity, exploring each other deeper, we create a new spirit. This new spirit, which surrenders to the action of the spirit of the entire organism, will create, as the author puts it, ‘a harmony of mutual relationship’ through intentions that aspire to attaining the state of the Divine Spirit.

‘Harmony,’ emphasized by the author throughout the book, is the principle of eternal change that is referred to by the author as an ‘hourglass’ that acts under the figure-eight principle. Harmony is the link between the spirit of divinity and the world around us. Harmony is the level of our consciousness that we begin to notice on the global level as soon as we start seeking a new state. The author, therefore, often describes change in terms of quality, of the current state rather than the action that will happen at a certain time, the transformation that is manifested by the perceived new qualities in a human. It is the narrowness of our stereotypes, the killing, selfish attitude towards other people’s feelings that prevent us from living (from accomplishing the respective intention) in the state of harmony today. The author, therefore, often consciously and intentionally describes actions by employing the present tense.

By encouraging the reader to accept the attitudes that are subject to certain patterns, the author does not refer to their vital importance, but rather sets out another task of realizing the alternative – the principles coded within the attitudes that will act through the ages. There is the possibility for the destructive nature of our own stereotypes for manifesting itself at the forefront of such attitudes. The author speaks about a human’s approach to new, universally accepted attitudes by the creation of the urge to realize such attitudes. A human’s completely new intentions stem exactly from this urge. New outlooks and respective concepts, such as the ‘feeling mind’ and ‘oneness of unity’, develop in light of such intentions. The concepts are abundant in the content that has crystallized from the principles of the egoistic spirit of entrepreneurship. These concepts are like vessels filled with water that, in turn, is comprised of a multitude of molecules, the molecules are comprised of atoms, etc. Water may be contained in the vessel in different states: cold, hot water, or steam. Likewise, a human being may be in different states of consciousness. These states depend on attitudes that fill the human’s spirit of soul.

The delusion that a human is capable of developing his own spirit of soul by himself is very common, but such an attitude eliminates the divine power of continuity from life; meanwhile, this power, as asserted by the author, is ‘the only power that is able to bring the state of spirit of soul to the conscious divinity’. Humans holding egoistic intentions are not able to create, among themselves, anything that could be associated with the word ‘divine’. According to the author, we will not begin walking the path of a completely conscious enhancement of the spirit of soul as long as we don’t feel the urge to integrate into the power of the spirit of divinity. The author pursues this goal by addressing the spirit with the inclusive prayer ‘God, help us…’.

The concept ‘state’ used by the author is equivalent to the concept of ‘the spirit of community’ under the condition that individuals indeed act as a community (‘community’ = ‘common’ + ‘-ity’, in other words, ‘common consciousness’) at the subconscious level, where everyone is connected to each other by common intentions. The unity of attitudes referred to by the author as the state of oneness of unity spread by the common subconsciousness of humanity is directed towards action.

This book is a guide, as each sentence encourages the reader to join, and to inspire others to join each other by constantly feeling, analysing, and foreseeing their own internal transformation. This is the equivalent of the confirmation ‘Amen’ pronounced in the prayers of various national and ethnic groups and reflecting the third level of consciousness of humanity (a new state of a better quality forming as a result of a clash between the two states). This moment only promotes the internal transformation, and it enables the reader to discover the methodology of the transformation encompassed by the book.

The human soul learns only a minor fraction of the capabilities of the divine soul that is the reflection of the development of the entire society. Guided by the respective attitude, the soul living in a body also sees and feels the state of unity of wisdom, justice, faith, and love that act within the body. This state helps the soul identify each particle that satisfies its needs. The author emphasizes the temporary nature of partial perception of the axiom and addresses the divine spirit. He does this to reveal that although the fraction of the axiom is very small, it creates harmony that we are able to grasp and apply to our relationship with the world around us.

The feeling of perception of the state of unity (universally acknowledged by the community as soon as a new state of the human soul has started developing) starts spreading harmony into the whole of humanity, suggesting that all changes happen for a reason and are subject to specific patterns among us and in us. For the changes to take place, human relations must create a new atmosphere that would allow harmony to manifest itself. The atmosphere is created in this book by the individual and universal state emerging from the interaction between feeling and mind. The state resembles an incubator, where the seed must pass all the stages of growth. Having used up the resources of its accumulated intention, the same seed must move further to the following stage – development of the embryo – in order to experience a new state created by it and the surrounding world. The change of states is perpetual, and the author does not pursue the goal of naming them all. He rather aims at helping readers realize the action of the laws of change.

Many processes revealed by the author should be accepted as an intention rather than as conventional wisdom (otherwise, we will not be able to grasp the methodology referred to by the author). If we refuse to accept the laws and do not realize them, they will not exist for us. This makes it impossible to analyse the feeling mind, and the harmonious unity becomes a slave to unconscious karmic instincts: being unable to identify the change of states, we become guided by our physical senses, and our consciousness grows very slowly. In this case, we judge everything by the extent of its correspondence to our stereotypes (good versus evil) only. We have already mentioned in our earlier remarks that this situation eliminates a creative element of the universal concept.

The author insists that the four key values (wisdom, justice, faith, and love) are essentially the links between all other values on this level of development, but what does the added value do to bring these values to our earthly lives? When do these values start being divine? When do they imply the ‘state of divine spirit of unity’? We will discover an important idea in the book: the abstract values that are often manipulated in our lives are subject to the feeling mind and become universally confessed when they are directed towards another human with an intention that stretches beyond a single human interest or several humans’ interest. When these values create the state of unity among humans while developing consciousness, the state of unity held by the common organism and subject to the laws of oneness of unity creates a new level of consciousness in the subconsciousness – the future vision. The vision acts upon humans who function within the single organism holding the spirit of the ethereal field radiated by themselves. In this process, humans enter the domain of new internal experiences they have to adapt to, similar to a cell which adapts to the entire organism by materializing the spirit of common vision.


  1. Мы чувствуем дух, который распространяется из взаимосвязей. Анализируя их и делая логические выводы, мы трансформируем свой внутренний и внешний мир.
  2. Вновь зарождающееся состояние души.
  3. Всеобщее признание В ОБЩЕСТВЕ:


  1. Чувство понимания состояния единства.