Core Objectives Processes

Basic Objective Processes
Core Level Processes

Cumulative Index

FUTURE AND SURVIVAL

Find a Brand New World
Survive
Look Around Here, What Could You Have?
Objective ARC

HOLDING A POSITION

Objective Show Me
Motion
Tolerance of Motion and Stillness
Allying Control
Places Where You Are Not
Buttered All Over

NOT KNOW PROCESSES

Look Around Here and Find Something You Wouldn't Mind Forgetting
Objective Not Know
Objective Forgettingness

POWER OF CHOICE, OBSESSIONS, FIXATIONS

An Objective Rundown, No. 8
Unspotting
Locational, Body and Room
Control Process

MOSTLY HAVINGNESS

Unconfrontable Beingness
8C
CCH Havingness Process

CCHs AND VARIATIONS

Don't Give Me That Hand
CCH 1 to 4
CCH 1 - Give me that hand
CCH 2-Tone 40 8-C
CCH 3 - Hand Space Mimicry
CCH 4 - Book Mimcry
CCH 5 - Objective Havingness
CCH 6 - Objective Havingness with Body
CCH 7 - Contact by Duplication
Control Trio
CCH 8 - Trio
Factual Havingness
Third Rail Factual Havingness
Trio on Terminals
Trio on Valences
Responsibility
Objective Havingness - Assists for Body Parts
Keep It There
CCH 9 - Keep It From Going Away
Observation of Objects
Keep It From Going Away
Keep It From Going Away on the Body
Glass Objects
Motionlessness
CCH 10 - Hold It Still
Hold It Still
CCH 11 - Make it a Little More Solid
Make It More Solid
CCH 18

UPON ARRIVAL

Look Around and Tell me Something you Could Do
Process to Widen PT
What Wouldn't you Mind Occupying the Same Space you are Occupying?
Ought to Be
Another Process to Widen PT
Axiom 10 Process
SCS on an Object
SCS on the Body
Can't Run 8-C
SOP 8C

CCH 4 - Book Mimicry

References

HCOB 1 December 1965 "CCHs"
HCOB 5 July 1963 "CCH's Rewritten"
HCOB 3 July 1959 "General Information"
HCOB 15 October 1958 "ACC Clear Procedure"
HCOB 11 June 1957 "Training and CCH Processes"
PAB No. 133 "Procedure CCH"
PAB No. 134 "Procedure CCH Continued"
Scientology Clear Procedure Issue I, December 1957
Tape: 6102C14 "Fundamentals of Auditing"
Tape: 5902C13 "Summary of Data - Part I"
Tape: 5811C19 "Attitude and Approach to Auditing"
Tape: 5704C18 "Auditors Training CCH Evening"
Tape: 5705C16 "Procedure CCH Steps"
Tape: 5705C16 "Procedure CCH Background"
Tape: 5707C05 "Basic Theory of CCH's"
Tape: 5708C07 "CCH, Havingness, Endurance and Processes, Communication and Agreement"
Tape: 5711C30 "Reviewing Procedure and Processes"
Control and the Mechanics of SCS

Description

This is the process that produces some of those fantastic IQ changes, for it deals directly with the person's learning rate and his ability to duplicate communications. Bringing up his nonlanguage factor in the IQ has the effect of bringing the person into a better control of his environment and into handling people and objects in his immediate surrounds.

The purpose of this process is to bring up the person's communication with control and duplication (control and duplication=communication). Give the person wins. It is necessary for the processor to duplicate his own commands. Circular motions are more complex than straight lines. Tolerance of plus or minus randomity is apparent here and the processor should probably begin with motions that begin in the same place each time and are neither very fast nor very slow, nor very complex. Introduced by the processor seeing that the person understands what is being done, as there is no verbal command. It is a formal process.

Commands

The processor makes simple motions with a book, hands the book to the person and the person makes the motion, duplicating the processor's motion mirror-image wise. The processor asks the person if he is satisfied that he duplicated the motion. If the person is, and the processor is also fully satisfied, the processor takes back the book and goes on to the next command.

If the person is unsure whether he duplicated a command, the processor repeats it for him and gives him back the book. If the person is sure he did, and the processor can see that the duplication is pretty wrong, the processor accepts the person's answer and continues on a gradient of motion, either with the left or right hand, until the person can do the original command correctly. This ensures no invalidation of the person. Tone 40 only in motions, verbal two-way communication is quite free.

The processor and person are seated facing each other, a comfortable distance apart.

End Point

Run CCH 4 to a flat point and then go on to CCH 1.

If no change in aspect for three commands, with the person actually doing the commands, go on to the next CCH.

Cautions

None


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