Grade 5: Power Processes

Reference: Scientology Grade Processes

POWER PROCESS (Pr Pr)

Power processes address “source”, “existence” and “condition” in that order. You may run these processes safely using the Subject Clearing approach.

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SOURCE (Power Process 4)
Here one meditates on “logical” relationships.

  1. Tell me a source.
  2. Tell me about it.
  3. Tell me a no source.
  4. Tell me about it.

“SOURCE” – A Scientology Power Process

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EXISTENCE (Power Process 5)
Here one meditates on the “reality” of things.

  1. What is?
  2. What isn’t.

“EXISTENCE” – A Scientology Power Process

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CONDITION (Power Process 6)
Here one meditates on the “conditions” needing resolution.

  1. Tell me an existing condition.
  2. Tell me how you handled it.

“CONDITIONS” – A Scientology Power Process

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CORRECTIVE PROCESSES

Power processes 1, 2, and 3 are corrective processes and are used when the PC is not running well on Power Process 4, 5, or 6.

Power Process 1: PROBLEM
This process is run when one runs into difficulty on “Source” process. The person is committing overts in an attempt to resolve some problem.

(a) What overt have you committed?
(b) What problem were you trying to solve?
(c) What haven’t you said?
(d) What problem were you trying to solve?

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Power Process 2: FIXED SOLUTION
This process is run when the “Existence” process indicates that the pc is collapsed into his bank by former practices. The person is using some practice, opinion or belief as a fixed solution.

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

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Power Process 3: GRIEF
This process is run when the pc has been caused grief by auditing or the organization.

(a) What condition have you encountered in Scientology (or auditing or dianetics)?
(b) How have you handled it?

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POWER PROCESSES ALL FLOWS

Power Process 1

 Fl.  1.  What has another done to you?
      2.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't another said to you?
      4.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?

 F2.  1.  What have you done to another?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to another?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve?

 F3.  1.  What has another done to another or others?
      2.  What problem were they trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't another said to another or others?
      4.  What problem were they trying to solve?

 F0.  1.  What have you done to yourself?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to yourself?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve?

Power Process 2
Give me some practices, opinions or beliefs you have been connected to, whether you left them or not. Run reading items.

 Fl.  1.  What condition have you encountered in/with
          ______________?
      2.  How have you handled it?

 F2.  1.  What condition has another encountered in/with
          ______________? 
      2.  Now has he/she handled it?

 F3.  1.  What condition have others encountered in/with
          ______________?
      2.  How have they handled at?

 F0.  1.  What condition have you encountered with your-
          self because of ______________?
      2.  How have you handled it?

Power Process 3
For those overwhelmed by a clearing practice.

 Fl.  1.  What condition have you encountered in Sciento-
          logy (or auditing, clearing, educting, Eductivism
          EST, or Dianetics)?
      2.  How have you handled it?

 F2.  1.  What condition has another encountered in
          Scientology (or auditing, clearing, educting,
          Eductivism, EST or Dianetics)?
      2.  How has he/she handled it?

 F3.  1.  What condition have others encountered in
          Scientology (auditing, clearing, educting,
          Eductivism, EST or Dianetics)?
      2.  How have they handled it?

 F0.  1.  What condition have you encountered in your-
          self because of Scientology (auditing, clearing,
          educting, Eductivism, EST or Dianetics)?
      2.  How have you handled it?

Power Process 4

 Fl.  1.  Tell me a source.
      2.  Tell me about it.
      3.  Tell me a no-source.
      4.  Tell me about it.

 F2.  1.  Tell me a source for another.
      2.  Tell me about it.
      3.  Tell me a no-source for another.
      4.  Tell me about it.

 F3.  1.  Tell me a source for others.
      2.  Tell me about it.
      3.  Tell me a no-source for others.
      4.  Tell me about it.

 F0.  1.  Tell me about yourself as a source.
      2.  Tell me about it.
      3.  Tell me about yourself as a no-source.
      4.  Tell me about it.

Power Process 5

 Fl.  1.  What is?
      2.  What isn't?

 F2.  1.  What is for another?
      2.  What isn't for another?

 F3.  1.  What is for others?
      2.  What isn't for others?

 F0.  1.  What is for yourself?
      2.  What isn't far yourself?

Power Process 6

 Fl.  1.  Tell me an existing condition.
      2.  Tell me how you have handled it.

 F2.  1.  Tell me an existing condition for another.
      2.  Tell me how he/she has handled it.

 F3.  1.  Tell me an existing condition for others.
      2.  Tell me how they have handled it.

 F0.  1.  Tell me an existing condition in yourself.
      2.  Tell me how you have handled it.

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POWER PLUS PROCESSES

Power Process 1B
L & N to first B.D. Item.
“What person have you known?”

Run terminal in following processes.

 F1.  1.  What has _________ done for you?
      2.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't __________ said to you?
      4.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?

 F2.  1.  What have you done to _________ ?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to ________ ?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve?

 F3.  1.  What has __________ done to others?
      2.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't __________ said to others?
      4.  What problem was he/she trying to salve?

 F3A. 1.  What have others done to __________ ?
      2.  What problem were they trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't others said to ________ ?
      4.  What problem were they trying to solve?

 F0.  1.  What have you done to yourself because of _______?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to yourself because
          of __________?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve?

Power Process 1C
L & N to first B.D. Item.

 Fl.  1.  What has another done to you in _________?
      2.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't another said to you in _________?
      4.  What problem was he/she trying to solve?

 F2.  1.  What have you done to another in _________?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to another in _________?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve.

 F3.  1.  What has another done to another in _________?
      2.  What problem were they trying to solve?
      3.  What hasn't another said to others in _________?
      4.  What problem were they trying to solve?

 F0.  1.  What have you done to yourself in _________?
      2.  What problem were you trying to solve?
      3.  What haven't you said to yourself in _________?
      4.  What problem were you trying to solve?

Power Process 1D
L & N to first B.D. Item.
What place have you known?
“What subject would you like to know more about?”

Run the subject found in the same processes as given in 1C (places), Quad flow.

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DEFINITIONS

ATTENTION
Attention is focusing of the mind. A person’s attention naturally goes to what needs to be resolved. When he can’t resolve it then the attention gets fixed on it at first in an increased effort to resolve it, but upon failing to do that the attention gets scattered all over the place from that point of failure.

GENERALITY
A generality may point out a general pattern, such as, through a mathematical equation. It still needs to be filled with specifics in order to reach a worthwhile conclusion in a situation.

DELUSION
A delusion occurs when one is not seeing things as they are. It could be there but not very obvious, or it could be very obvious. 

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