Assists Objectives Processes

Basic Objective Processes
Assists Level Processes

Cumulative Index


Done a Bunk
Awareness of Present Time Perceptics
You Make that Body Lie in that Bed
Communicating with an Unconscious Person
Shock or Catatonia
Touching Walls
Feel the Wall
Present Time Differentiation
Present Time Body Orientation


Environmental Control
Body Communication Process
Locational Assist
ARC Process
Touch Assist


Emergency Assist
Contact Assist
Locating the Accident or Injury
Spinal Adjustment


Temperature Assist - Version A
Temperature Assist - Version B


Low Order of Terrible Trio for Assist
Places Where the Condition does not Exist
Reach and Withdraw
Contact the Present Time Environment
Communication Process for an Invalid
Hello & Okay Assist
Exactly As It Is
Keep It From Going Away


Assist to Make a Person Sober
CCH Zero Locational Processing Step
Locational Process
Locational Process with 'Notice the ____'
Location - Control Process
Locational Undercut of Two-Way Communication
Spotting Objects
Spotting People
Establishing Session Reality
Locational Process and Physical Contact

Cause the person to be Aware of Present Time


Science of Survival, Chapter on "How to Audit the Case."


The average processor will not be working with a 0.1 (psychotic-catatonic) in the very near future, since most pretended death cases are in hospitals, sanatoriums, or institutions where they are out of contact with the society. However, no processor should think that the principles of mind operation change in any way in the case of the 0.1 (psychotic-catatonic). There are various methods of approaching the problem of the 0.1 (psychotic-catatonic) case, but all of them add up to one thing:

    Cause the person to be aware of present time perceptics, or at least of the idea that there is such as thing as present time.
Here, the main problem is to establish ARC between the person and anything in present time, including, of course, the processor. The processor may feel that there is no method of processing gentle enough for a 0.1 (psychotic-catatonic), but the processor should not overlook the fact that the mere presence of an processor in the room with the person is, to some degree, processing.

Starting from there, the processor can begin to work to make present time interesting and attractive to the person. The processor's presence for a few hours may build up enough affinity to make it possible for the processor to call the person's attention to some object. When the person communicates with this object, by looking at it, the fact that the processor is holding it, or also looking at it, will tend to establish an agreement about this object and some one thing in the world will then have a little reality for this person.


There are no set commands.

Step 1: The processor establishes his presence by being there, talking to the person with the assumption that the person can be aware of him, etc.

Step 2: The processor calls the person's attention to some object. For example, if the person is staring off at the ceiling, the processor could call his attention to the ceiling by saying "Notice that ceiling" (The processor would then look at the ceiling himself). "Thank you." Or by holding up an object and asking the person to "Notice that (object)", the processor would then look at the object himself, "Thank you."

End Point

The person more aware of present time.



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