Handling Deep-seated Confusions

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This KHTK process may help a person handle deep-seated confusions. Look at each question below per the 12 Steps of Mindfulness. If the mind brings up something then look at it more closely. If nothing comes up then skip that question.

A) Look at a practice, opinion, or belief you have been connected to whether you left it or not. 

B) What condition have you encountered in that practice, opinion, or belief?

C) How have you handled it?

For each question simply take up what comes up naturally at the top of the “mental stack” when the 12 steps of mindfulness are used.

This process may be done while sitting on a chair with back straight, or while walking at a comfortable pace. The eyes may be open or closed. I usually do these processes with eyes closed while walking on a treadmill. Walking seems to provide additional energy that helps execute these processes faster.

This process may be attempted as many time as one wishes. It is possible that nothing may come up on the first few attempts.

This process made me look at the practice in India of eating all the food in one’s plate and not wasting any. The condition that was apparently being addressed was meager food resources. This practice when internalized amounts to force feeding with adverse affect on health when there is too much food on the plate, as is the case in USA. I am now practicing to quit eating when I feel that 80% of the hunger is satisfied.

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The above process is derived from the following ‘Power Process #2’ of Scientology:

a) “Give me some practices, opinions, or beliefs you have been connected to whether you left them or not. Run to the first blowdown item.

b) Then take the blowdown item plus the two items up and two items down from it and assess those five item to one.

c) Run on the item;

1. What condition have you encountered in ___________?

2. How have you handled it?

The Scientology process requires an auditor and an e-meter. The KHTK process, on the other hand, can be done by oneself under the discipline provided by the 12 Steps of Mindfulness.

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