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?
Object Tone Scale Process
Energy Sources

DECISIONS

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

R2-50 Changing Minds

References

Creation of Human Ability (R2-50)

Description

The basic process of a spiritual being (thetan) is simply getting him to change his mind. Most spiritual beings fall below the level of mechanics. They have to be brought up to a point where they're not being handled by mechanics before they can simply change their considerations. If changing minds worked on every spiritual being, it would then be the only process in Scientology, but it does not work on spiritual beings who are interiorized since they are being other things than themselves, and when they start to change their minds, they are simply changing something else.

When you have a spiritual being exteriorized, all you have to do is ask him to change his mind and, unless he is still very badly burdened by mechanical considerations with which he has so thoroughly agreed that he cannot immediately change his mind, he will do so.

This process can be used on a non-exteriorized being, however, and those who are uneasily exteriorized, by having them stand in one place with an idea that they have to appear there, and then change their mind, and disappear there. Or simply have them stand in one place until they change their mind, and then go to another place until they change their mind, and go to another place and change their mind.

This is done, actually, by moving the body around, as most processing these days is done.

Commands

The commands for this would be:

"Walk over to this spot" (indicating a spot to the person).

"Now decide you have to appear there."

"Now change your mind and decide you have to disappear there."

"Now change your mind and decide you have to appear there." And so on.

This can be worked into opening procedures (see Creation of Human Ability, R2-16) by having a person select a spot, then change his mind about the spot, select another spot, change his mind about that spot and select another spot , until he knows that he, himself, is changing his mind.

When exteriorized, the being can change his mind very easily on any subject simply when told to do so. Very often, he does not realize that he can change the factors of his life by changing his mind, and so has to ask the processor.

End Point

Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained.

Cautions

This does not work on interiorized clients with any great success.


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