CCH 5 - Objective Havingness
HCOB 30 September 1971 "CCHs 5, 6, & 7"
HCOB 11 June 1957 "Training and CCH Processes"
PAB No. 134 "Procedure CCH Continued"
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"
The processor and client may be seated. Where the person is very unable, both are seated at a table with a number of objects scattered on its surface. Or processor and client may be ambulant, with the processor in manual contact with the person as is necessary to face him toward and guide him to the indicated object.
The purpose of the process is to give the person orientation and havingness and to improve his perception.
Stress is upon gentleness, understanding, and the raising of the person's certainty that he has touched the indicated object. It should be noticed that this can be run on blind people.
"Touch that (indicated object."
Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained.