You Make that Body Lie in that Bed
Tape: 6008C23 1 SHACC-10 "Handling Insanity"
Tape: 5904C29 "Processing Children"
HCOB 21 July 1959 "HGC Allowed Processes ACC Processes as of May 21, 1959
Tape: 5807C24 20ACC-9 "Anatomy of Needless Diagnostic Procedure"
HCOB 4 December 1959 "Clear Procedure"
Scientology Clear Procedure Issue One, December 1957
Participation by an unconscious person requires the refinement of technique.
ONE MUST ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING THE PRECLEAR CAN DO AND THEN BETTER THAT ABILITY.
An unconscious person is usually lying in a bed. If not, the command must be varied to fit the environment. In such cases, a grip on the person's hand and the use of a slight squeeze each time the processor acknowledges considerably speeds the process.
A. For someone lying in a bed:
"You make that body lie in that bed."
"Thank you." (each acknowledgement is accompanied by a slight squeeze of the person's hand)
B. For someone sitting in a chair:
"You seat that body in that chair."
"Thank you" (each acknowledgement is accompanied by a slight squeeze of the person's hand)
This process when run on an unconscious person for several or many sessions has been known to help a person become conscious again.