Record. The technical file of the verbet consists of 3 divisions, arranged in the following logical order and corresponding sections:
Conformaticology: contains the Entry; the Definology; the Specialty; the Synonymology; the Colloquiology, as an eventual item; and the Multilingual Neology, composed in the following order, by the languages of German (De), English (En), Spanish (Es) and French (Fr).
Conscientiotherapeuticology: contains the approaches to the term from the viewpoint of the specialties of Conscientiotherapeuticology and Holosomatology.
Holoprescriptiology: contains the Remissiology, with 7 verbets related to the entry terms; the Specific Bibliography; the Specific Webgraphy; and the Specific Filmography.
Entry Section: besides the natural condition of being a priority theme of Conscientiotherapeuticology, the main general criterion for the inclusion of a certain entry in the DC was to be the conscientiological foundation of the specialty or to allude directly to the self-experiments of conscientiotherapists and evolutients in conscientiotherapeutic attendances or the experience of self-conscientiotherapy.
Definology Section: the definitions are terminological, predominantly of the functional or paraphysiological type, explaining, exposing or describing the definiendum within the context of conscientiotherapeuticology.
Specialty Section: it refers to the subspecialty of Conscientiotherapeuticology or Holosomatology of greater application to the term of the entry, considering the self and heteroconscientiotherapeutic practice.
Synonymology section: to be as close as possible to the specialty, the synonymy is composed of up to 3 accepptions with the closest possible meaning, avoiding, whenever possible, extrapolations, ambiguous expressions, colloquialisms and analogies. An attempt was made to meet the strict criterion of synonymy being able to replace the original entry without having to change the content of the definition (definiens).
Colloquiology Section: the item is included eventually, when the entry has a previous colloquial expression, which has been used informally, without further attention to terminological precision, by the Parascience research community.
Multilingual Neology Section: contains the equivalent terms of the entry in the other 4 languages contemplated in the work. They are presented in a vertical list and alphabetical order of the internationally adopted acronyms for the languages, according to the following epigraphs: De (German), En (English), Es (Spanish) and Fr (French).
Analyticology. The Conscientiotherapeuticology division aims to present analytically and descriptively the conscientiotherapeutic arguments related to the subject of the verbet.
Argumentology. Each paragraph begins with the epigraph of the conscientiological specialty according to which the argument is developed, with preference given to the paracientific subfields of Conscientiotherapeuticology and Holosomatology.
Mandatory. For some categories of entries, there are mandatory specialties; for example, when referring to the Conscientiotherapy techniques, they should present, at least: Indicaciology, Objectivology and Procedurelogy.
Remissiology Section: composed of 7 verbets, with their respective specialties, listed in alphanumeric order, to guide the reader, interested in expanding the research related to the entry, to the content of the Dictionary itself. Among the items listed, an attempt was made to include nosographic and homeostatic themes, self-conscientiotherapic techniques and heteroconscientiotherapic techniques more related to the subject..
Specific Bibliography Section: constituted, in the detailed and exhaustive style of the Encyclopedia of Conscientiology, preferentially by verbets, articles and conscientiological books, due to the originality of the leading-edge relative truths based on the Consciential Paradigm.
Sources. The bibliography attempted to include the primary source or the work with the first citation or idea related to the term of the entry, and the consulted references that inspired the ideas of the text, therefore not including all secondary sources found.
Prescriptions. There are also works added with a p preponderantly prescriptive function, to facilitate, for the interested conscin, to instrumentalize themselves for the self-conscientiotherapy.
Location. It was decided to insert the references at the end of each verbet, even recognizing the fact that this may result in the repetition of publications in different entries and the exhaustive specific bibliography of Conscientiotherapeuticology attached. However, with this form of presentation, we have tried to emphasize the value of the referenced works and facilitate their prescriptive use.
Specific Webgraphy Section: consists of the bibliographic and videographic references found on the Internet. The same considerations as in the Specific Bibliography Section are applied.
Specific Filmography Section:
constituted by films, documentaries and series, aiming to enrich the casuistry related to the subject of the verbet, having in some cases a prescriptive function. It contains the item Prescriptionology, to guide the consultant about the main aspect to be observed in the cinematographic work, the reason why it was selected for a certain filmography