Science finds that the reasoning process involving the left brain of humans is objectively driven, while the right brain is subjectively driven. While keeping this in mind, as aspects of Sigmund Freud's model of the human psyche are discussed in relation to the fullness of Biblical Truth, an insightful look about the relationship between thought and behavior can be explored. SOLIDUS illustrates how the pinnacle for human understanding can only be achieved by the arisen state – that is, the arisen state of mind. The process for arising as such is long-term and cannot be achieved without the grace of God. As the result of one’s response in faith, God-consciousness is attained, and so is liberty. With the second edition of SOLIDUS, as rewritten and expanded, I draw solely upon the King James Version of the Bible to guide our discussion. As it relates to how the “balance of mind” is described, I also transition from Intellect and Beliefs in the original version over to Logic and Intuition. Written largely in academic style this book will appeal to those logically-inclined seeking for deeper meanings as to why faith in God through Jesus Christ is the good and logical choice. Even understandings that have been deemed by society as separate matters of human discourse, such as Church and State, are discussed in tandem and with balance.