Scientology Processes (Part 2)

PROJECT: Research into Scientology Processes


Before starting a session, as you sit down, look around to know exactly where you are. Make sure you have a goal in your mind for that session. You start the session by looking at where your attention has been fixed lately. Then look for a problem in that “area of fixation”. This would be the PT (present time) problem. It should be something that is bothering you the most right now. If there are many things bothering you, then look at the broader situation you are concerned with right now.



A problem exists because there is some conflict or confusion. There is something that doesn’t make sense. You need to find out about some details that are missing. This process provides an approach to find out what could be missing.

(1) You start with making a list of personnel associated with the problem. Since this is a PT problem these personnel must be existing at this time in your life influencing that problem. Make sure to include yourself on this list. It is always good to make the list on paper so you may refer to it as necessary. Do not make another list until you have first considered all the persons on this list per the following steps.

(2) Take up the persons on the list in the order your attention goes on to them. Meditate on the following two commands alternately:

“Think of something you have done to (selected person).” 
“Think of something you have withheld from (selected person).”

(3) Run the commands alternately to keep the flow balanced. Flatten the first command and then the second command. Then back to the first command, and so on. You run them until the selected person chosen is somewhat flat. (The mind begins to repeat things it has recalled before.) Running these commands broadens your viewpoint so you get a deeper perspective on the problem.

(4) Do this with each person involved in the problem until you get a perspective that makes the resolution of the problem suddenly possible. The fixed attention on the problem disappears. It may happen that you exhaust the list and the fixed attention has not disappeared. In that case you may look for additional persons connected to the problem; but the more honest you are with yourself the more successful you’ll be in making the fixed attention disappear.



This process is based on Hubbard’s process, but it is not the same. Its purpose is to straighten out the fixed attention you have on any of your dynamics. The dynamics are (1) Self, (2) Sex act, family, children, (3) Group, society, town, nation, (4) Mankind, (5) Animals, vegetables, all life, (6) The physical universe of matter, energy, space and time, (7) The spiritual universe of spirits, souls and gods, (8) The infinite universe. See OT 1948: The Dynamics.

(1) You start by making a list of things and people on each dynamic that you have fixed attention on. If the attention is fixed on the whole dynamic, then list whatever represents that dynamic to you.

(2) Take up the items on the list in the order your attention goes on to them. Meditate on the following two commands alternately:

“Think of something you have done to (selected item).” 
“Think of something you have withheld from (selected item).”

(3) Run the commands alternately until the selected item is flat. You recover all possible data that is hidden from you because of any shock, apprehension, fear, etc.

(4) Do this with each item on the list until the fixed attention on the dynamics has disappeared.



On this process you simply run something about experience. It will be very interesting to see how you get along with this process. The commands of this process are:

“What part of your life would you be willing to re-experience?”
“What part of the future would you be willing to experience?”

You may go deep in meditating alternately over these two questions. This process actually runs out time, even when you get lot of significances. The longer you run it, the more past and future you’re going to cover. All kind of odd phenomena show up.

If something difficult comes up that you tend to stick in, simply do the following:

(1) Spot when that phenomena first occurred in your experience.

(2) Experience whatever phenomenon is coming through. Sometimes it may go on for some time. Do not resist it or suppress it. Just make sure you have spotted the time of the first occurrence of that phenomenon correctly.

(3) Do not try to get any more details on the memory or impression of that phenomenon. Simply move on to the next thing.



These three processes should be done in the sequence given above. They are quite powerful processes. They are very effective when done through the mindfulness approach.


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