Basic Objective Processes
Decide to Move
Give Me Some Places Where You Can Be
Opening Pro - Be Have Do
R2-50 Changing Minds
R2-32 Assignment of Attributes
R2-26 Remedy of Laughter
R2-22 Spanning Attention
Attention by Duplication
Opening Procedure by Duplication
R2-35 Where Are You Now?
R2-27: Body Differentiation
Opening Procedure by 1st Postulate
Separatenes from Objects
Separateness from People
R2-46 Other People
Holding Objects Apart
Where Isn't Your Body Being Responsible at This Moment?
Object Tone Scale Process
Think A Placed Thought
Direct Decisional Rehabilitation
Permissive Decisional Rehabilitation
Creation of Human Ability (R2-57)
In that man has, for a long time, used words to make space, and as an barbaric people uses noise to make itself big, it will be found that an inhibition of making noise is a major difficulty on the case of any client. When this process is done, the processor should be very careful that the person will not be suppressed by his environment (while executing the commands). It is more than the processor's simply being careful of the neighbors. It is the processor being careful of the client, for the client will be careful of the neighbors.
The processor should take the person to some place where the person would be free to yell. The command is: "Start yelling", and "Keep yelling".
Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained.
This process is very limited and has a tendency simply to make people cheerful, but occasionally some cases are so inhibited on the making of noise that they are having difficulty with their vocal chords or their mouths. Tooth trouble can be traced to the inhibition of making noise. Distaste for singing is equally traced to the making of noise.
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