What is Ideology? This word has two parts—Idea and –logy. Logy comes from the Greek word, logos, meaning the "study of" something. Idea has a different meaning from the perspective of mysticism or spirituality. Normally a person might say, “I have an idea. Let’s go for a holiday in some nice place.” However Idea from a purely spiritual perspective is something that cannot be defined because the Ultimate Goal is beyond mind’s capacity. (How to Prepare for the Explosion of the Mind)
So the study of that which is beyond the mind is Ideology and the process for achieving oneness with that state is meditation. (http://www.dadaprana.com/guided-meditation.html) Human beings are moving from birth to birth along a path which flows from one expanded state to another until final achievement.
Humans have three levels of mental process—instinct, intellect and intuition. Some humans are fully engrossed in their instinctual mind. Instinct is not learned, it is inborn. For example the instinct of the baby to suck milk. No one can say that a baby is inferior or superior, high or low. A baby is just a baby struggling with his or her body to be able to crawl, sit up or walk. The baby is moving along its own path.
At a certain point the baby is called a child and is sent to school to learn from a person who has a more developed mind or intellect. As a child comes in contact with an older person the intellect is developed. Intellect is the mind that knows, AND also knows how it knows. The intellect compares contrasts and synthesizes. The person using his or her intellect is not judged as good or bad, high or low. Each of us is challenged by other intellects so that there is another comparison, contrast and synthesis. This person is also in the flow of humanity, moving toward awareness, a realization of the Ultimate Goal, or Idea.
Intuition is developed by meditation. How do I know that my intuition is developed? Instinct is developed by physical struggle. Intellect is refined by psychic clash, the clash of thoughts and ideas in the ordinary sense. Intuition is developed by longing for the Great, the Infinite, the Divine. So the stronger my longing for the Infinite the more developed is my intuition. (http://www.dadaprana.com/workshop-on-samadhi.html) The mind is expanding to greater and greater insights resulting in large heartedness, inclusion and compassion.