Tue Mar 24 10:43 PM 2015 (entry 1/4)

(Exercise in mantra creation. Trying to distil the statement to it’s simplest form while ensuring all words have some presence in the final mantra once repeated letters are removed. Avoiding negatives and avoidance.)

(capitalize and distill)
NOTHING THAT DESTROYS ANOTHER PERSON.

IN A MANNER STRICTLY BENEFICIAL TO ALL AFFECTED

IN A MANNER WHOLLY BENEFICIAL TO ALL AFFECTED

IN A MANNER ALTOGETHER BENEFICIAL TO ALL AFFECTED

IN A MANNER ONLY BENEFICIAL TO ALL AFFECTED

IN A MANNER SOLELY BENEFICIAL TO ALL AFFECTED.

IN A MANNER SOLELY FAVOURABLE FOR ALL AFFECTED.

SOLELY FAVOURABLE FOR ALL AFFECTED.

AFFECTING SOLELY FAVOURABLY.

HAVING SOLELY FAVOURABLE EFFECTS.

HAVING ONLY FAVOURABLE EFFECTS.

HAVING ONLY FAVOURABLE IMPACT.

(I don’t like the word “only”, it’s restrictive)
HAVING ENTIRELY FAVOURABLE IMPACT.

(remove repeated letters, this form can be sigilized regardless of letter order)
HAVING ETRLY FOUB MPC

(reverse)
MPC BUOF YLRTE GNIVAH

(make pronounceable)
MEPEC BUOF YL RET GNIVAH

Record and exaggerate enunciation for clarity. Use reverb, delay and other effects. Loop and add binaurals, isochronic beats, drums or whatever feels appropriate. Keep the mantra clearly audible so one can chant along with it and hear every syllable.

Do repeat letters need to be removed linearly from left to right? The first word before reversal will typically be more complete while last word will be severely truncated. Further experimentation should include removing repeated letters dynamically to allow the sentence to retain a more even body. Possible benefit or linear method includes pacing the final mantra with short sounds from the truncated final words of the initial proclamation, progressing to more elaborate articulations. Would this allow the power of the mantra to ramp up? Vowels are added for pronunciation, so the concern may be moot beyond ensuring all words figure in the final product.

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