Where there is hope, there life. And when an individual can move around and shift his perceptions by doing simple techniques, he begins to realize that something might happen. He's got a little hope on it and he's afraid to have this hope.
You get into the inability to hope. This is the inability to have more MEST universe (physical universe, comprised of matter, energy, space and time). There is a process that goes along with this, that can be run on almost any person. You have him close his eyes, then open them and find a brand new world.
This is actually not best done in the auditing room. It should be done someplace where there are things in motion, because every time he opens his eyes, he finds a lot of new things in the environment. So we really do get him a new world every time. There are different cars and different pedestrians.
In the early part of life, an individual is trying to crush ahead into the future because there's where he thinks havingness is. After awhile, he just settles down into the middle strand and just has. He does this briefly or longly, and he'll wind up eventually that all his havingness is in the past. Each passing tick of the clock takes the universe away from him. That's quite upsetting to him. Havingness and time come right together on that process.