Advanced Objectives Processes

Basic Objective Processes
Advanced Processes

Cumulative Index

EXTERIOR CLIENTS

Decide to Move
Direction
Direction Reversal
Give Me Some Places Where You Can Be
Opening Pro - Be Have Do
R2-50 Changing Minds
R2-57 Yelling
R2-32 Assignment of Attributes
R2-26 Remedy of Laughter

ATTENTION

Attention
R2-22 Spanning Attention
Duplication
Attention by Duplication
Opening Procedure by Duplication
R2-35 Where Are You Now?
R2-27: Body Differentiation

NOT-KNOWING

Waterloo Station
Union Station
Opening Procedure by 1st Postulate

IDENTIFICATIONS

Separatenes from Objects
Separateness from People
Separateness
Connectedness
Control Connectedness
R2-46 Other People

RESPONSIBILITY PROCESSES

Causative Instant
Holding Objects Apart
Electing Cause
Where Isn't Your Body Being Responsible at This Moment?
Objective Tone Scale Process
Energy Sources

DECISIONS

Think A Placed Thought
Choice Rehabilitation
Direct Decisional Rehabilitation
Permissive Decisional Rehabilitation

Choice Rehabilitation

References

Tape: 5511HF09 HPC-1 " Six Levels of Modern Auditing, SLP Issue 5 - Level 3"

HCO Operational Bulletin No. 4, November 1955

PAB No. 69 "Six Levels of Processing"

Description

Part A was Think A Place Thought and Part B is Choice Rehabilitation.

A choice, obviously, indicates that there are other objects in the world that have an influence upon you. We say, "I choose", therefore there must be a couple of things which have an influence upon you. If we said, "make a decision", well, that sort of thing infers that we have a little more control over it, but we are still being monitored to some slight degree by other objects. We have to decide something. But we are deciding from a cause basis more or less on an action to be taken or for something to happen.

Now above that level, we simply make a postulate. We say, "I think that will happen." And above that level we don't have to do a thing about it at all, we just know.

Choice is pretty much of an effect sort of thing. An individual has his choice, he can go to school or to jail. The choice rather indicates the prior existence of influence factor.

We've got him where he can think a place thought, now we have him make choices.

So we have here a rather complicated process, and it runs like this:
"From (and the auditor indicates a point), make a choice between (and he indicates positions or objects)." You have already trained this chap to think an exterior thought and now you say, "Do you see those two windows?" and the fellow says "Yes". And you say, "From this chair here, choose between them." Now he doesn't go to the chair, he merely puts a thought on the chair that chooses between those two windows. We are teaching him to think, not just a thought, but to think or make postulates exterior to himself.

Actually there are four choices. There is Window A or Window B, or neither Window A or B, or both. That is the possible number of choices that you will find the person going into.

We are doing this so an individual can think or reason or postulate exterior to his own whereabouts. That is the first level up on making decisions. You understand that an individual making a decision where he is, is going to pull energy in on himself and that is going to alter his decision. So to make a clear decision, or to make a clear choice, he actually would have to think the thought exterior to himself, make the choice or the decision exterior to himself, in order not be totally influenced by it.

Commands

"From (and the auditor indicates a point), make a choice between (and he indicates positions or objects)."

End Point

This process is flat when the person can, absolutely and with great certainty, make a choice where you told him to.

Cautions

None


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