I have observed that the processors are not using basic information with which we are dealing. It didn't occur to one processor. This processor was really doing a real sloppy job, because he was running subjective processing on somebody who was shifting. He was running into quite a bit of automaticity and it didn't occur to him that he'd better nail this automaticity by doing something else. Some Opening Procedure in some fashion or another, that'll work.
The processor started Opening Procedure and then he wasn't making too much advance with it, so we added in Opening Procedure - Be, Have, and Do. The simplest thing in the world: Be, Have, and Do.
Move out of that space. Now, throw yourself out of the space. Of course, that's doingness. You got position plus doingness.
Now, move over to that space and be a cow. That is position plus beingness. Now move over to that space and act like a cow. That would be position plus doingness.
Go over in the space and have it. Own it. That would be putting havingness in on top of that space.
It isn't as simple as you've been working it because you add to it Be, Have, and Do. You can run out any automatic machine that is keeping the person pinned in his body with Opening Procedure, just by adding Be, Have, and Do to it.
Be: Have the person move over to a space and be something (i.e., "Move over to that space and be a cow. Move over to that space and be a body.")
Do: Have the person move over to a space and act like something (i.e., "Move over to that space and act like a cow.")
Doingness would also be having the person, for example, move over to a space and then throw himself out of the space or run out of the space.
Have: Have the person move over to a space and own it.