If you're going to be able to conceive of the universe and have it or be free of it, one way or the other, I'm afraid that control is part of the answer. And havingness is the other part. Havingness monitors control. Control monitors havingness.
We have three factors in the CCH procedure. You have something, if you can communicate with it. You won't be willing to communicate with it unless you, at least, have some notion that there's some control involved concerning it. You won't control things unless they're there, or you can communicate with them.
So we get an interactive drive. Quite amazing in its simplicity.
Let me sum up this whole thing in a very good technique. It is a technique that is peculiarly fitted to Procedure CCH. (This technique is so simple that it would, of course, have evaded everybody.)
It is a technique that at once spreads one's anchor points out quite remarkably. It, at once, permits somebody to conceive all sorts of new vistas, which he had not before conceived. And that is simply: "Look around the room and find something you could control."
"Look around the room and find something," that's havingness. And, "you could control " is the rest of it.