impulse | human instinct
noun \ ˈim-ˌpəls \
In this book, this term describes a human instinct—a sudden, involuntary inclination prompting to action, which is the result of pre-programmed connections in our brain. There are three human instincts (impulses):
An impulse to improve and perfect both ourselves and the world around us. This instinct is a distinctive feature of the Masters.
The impulse to change the way we think, live and work with others. This instinct is a distinguishing characteristic of the Ludens.