Recall Int Remedy
It is a major stumbling block to auditing progress when a pc has Out-Int. Out-int means charge has built up on the pc's case after the fact of pc going exterior. Going exterior is usually a great win, but sometimes it later leads to this case condition known as Out-Int. This type of charge is an 'out rudiment' situation so severe that nothing else but this should be addressed on the case.
The below is a remedy for handling Out-Int. It is a Read-it-drill-it-do-it version of the Recall Int RD (full theory in CT-4Pro). But since "Out-Int" is the first Item on so many Repair Lists co-auditors need a way to handle it here and now.
Theory of Int/Ext
The biggest bug that plagued the early Scn work and theory on exteriorization was not figured out until much later. It is that the person, while exterior, can sometimes snap back into the body with some force because he has been startled, scared, or otherwise surprised. This gives the person mental charge on the subject of "Interiorization" and may subsequently make it harder for the person to exteriorize again. This is a heavy out rudiment situation as far as auditing is concerned.
Of course a pure spirit is a Static and consists of 'nothing' and therefore would have no impact, but in practice the being normally will be carrying around at least some "mental" matter and energy which can impinge on the body's own energy fields. The impact of interiorizing can in some cases be great enough to give the body a headache.
Since running processes will gradually release the barriers that hold a person trapped, the person will have a tendency to expand outward from the body as they advance through auditing. It therefore becomes important to proof one up against this interiorization problem so as to avoid ill effects if one does exteriorize and then snap back in again.
Symptoms of Out-Int
Headaches, Body aches and pains, Effort, Pressures from environment.
The main symptom is however high TA (above 3.5) at session start or TA high after session (at Examiner after F/Ns, cog, VGIs at session end). Not all pc's with Out-Int suffers from high TA, however; but all pc's who have high TA after lots of auditing should first of all be checked for having been audited past exterior.
The test for whether to take it up or not is: You have a read on a correction list on 'Out-Int' or 'Audited past Exterior' or the like. You ask the pc: "Have you been audited after Exterior?" If that is charged you have pc give his full statement on it and you should get an BD F/N VGI's. You have to make very sure you only take up valid reads. You send the folder to C/S and request an Int handling. It can be Int RD with Engram running, a Recall Int RD or a Recall Int Remedy depending on the situation. But the next thing to handle is Out-Int.
The remedy for having been audited after going exterior resulting in one or more of the symptoms above is to audit out times the person went in or Interiorized; (there are several different wordings of this on the Int buttons list). When this is done, the pc can be audited all you want after exteriorization.
The Missed Beginning: What needs to be addressed here is the earlier Charge. Before the pc went exterior, he went into something. The being went into something before he went out of it. Exteriorization occurs at death. That's an Engram. Interiorization occurs at birth, that's an Engram. So when somebody goes exterior he is actually liable to key-in having gone interior in the first place.
So when you exteriorize somebody or he exteriorizes during auditing he gets keyed-in a bit and without having audited earlier Interiorizations, he has been put in the last part (exteriorization) of an incident which began with Interiorization. The earlier BPC gets restimulated and that is the reason for the high TA. Not only are you touching on something (exteriorization) late on a Chain, you are also touching on something which is late in the incident (which began with interiorization). The TA may thus go high for two reasons.
Do not fly rudiments and keep word clearing to an
A. With the pc on the Meter have him read the above: "Theory of Int/Ext",
down to 'Steps' (just above), using demos to ensure pc understands it.
B. Clear the following definition:
Exteriorization: the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception.
C. Assess the following list of buttons on a Meter:
1. Go in
2. Went In
3. put in
4. interiorized into something
5. Want to go in
6. Can't get in
7. Kicked out of spaces
8. Can't go in
9. Being trapped
10. Forced in
11. Pulled in
12. Pushed in
Handle the button found (largest read) by running the recall process below. The wording given is for number 1, "go in" and will have to be
adjusted. Write out an appropriate wording (such as "recall trapping another") for each of the commands before starting to
assess the flows and run the process.
(link: a complete list of all recall commands)
D. Assess the 4 flows, once through. Take up the
best reading flow
and run to F/N, VGI's.
a) Recall being made to ___
b) Recall making another ___
c) Recall another making another ___
d) Recall a time when you caused yourself to ____
E. Reassess the same 4 flows. Run the one now giving largest read.
F. Keep assess and run the best reading of the 4 flows
until they all F/N (F/N'ing Assessment).
You can use the normal buttons 'Suppressed' and 'Invalidated' to either get a read or an F/N on each.
The charge will eventually come apart completely on simple recall.
G. Carry on, reassess the items from the above list. First the buttons. On each Assessment of buttons you only take one read, the largest. Then assess the flows - run best reading one as above. You keep this up until pc feels really good about going into things. It should be done in one session to the full EP if at all possible. If more sessions are needed it should be done on a daily basis at least. Out-Int is considered the most heavy 'out rudiment' in general auditing and should be handled quickly without having life interfere.
The full EP is: Pc has no problem about going into
things. The TA in normal range and VGI's on the action.
The list of Int buttons F/Ning on Assessment is an EP.
The EP of the action is sometimes signaled by a large BD of
the TA and then a floating TA. Should that happen the
auditor is to be silent and attentive and get the pc's cognition. When this
happens the action is complete right there. You simply end off on the big win.
Another possible EP is the Int buttons list is F/N'ing. You can use the normal buttons
'Suppressed' and 'Invalidated' to either get a read or an F/N on each.
Do not have pc worry about whether he is interior or exterior. Exteriorization is not the EP of the any Int RD. If it happens that the pc goes exterior during the action, you end off gently as in any other auditing. But that is not part of EP. You simply want to handle the By-passed Charge connected with Int and Ext so the pc can continue in auditing.
"In truth Int and Ext is a relative matter, with a bit of both always being true (you always keep at least something in the body to keep it running and you always have at least a small amount of stuff outside to keep you oriented in the universe).
Note that perceiving things from an exterior location is a different subject and is not the concern of this Rundown." (Pilot).
Should the Item of Out-Int read in a later Assessment of a Repair List this remedy can be repeated. Better yet, find an auditor that can do the full Recall Int RD, as that is what would handle it on a more permanent basis.
Note: In this remedy we have simplified the explanation. (a) We have also omitted a step of waiting a week and then recheck buttons. Also, (b) according to the Int RD it should be followed by a C/S 53 to F/N'ing list. In this Read-it-drill-it-do-it version we have omitted steps (a) and (b). They should be added if pc has persistent troubles with Out-Int.
The full data of the Recall Int RD is now part of CT-4Pro. But the Recall Int RD is known to have to be rechecked and run and repaired several times - even when done professionally.
Note: The full Interiorization RD is an Engram running action and can be done at a later time as part of the Engram Clearing level if it is found to be charged at this later time and only then.
The original and full Interiorization handling includes Engram running. That is the most radical way to handle Out-int, but not always practical as it requires trained auditors, C/Ses and also pc's who can run Engrams. It is still used when the situation allows it, such as a pc running into Out-int while on the Engram Clearing step, CT-5.
The theory here is from the Pilot's description in the book Self-Clearing (11.1 Interiorization and Exteriorization). We do not use his procedure for two reasons: you need a Meter to do it properly and an CT-3 auditor can handle that. Pilot (Ken Ogger) wrote it up as a solo-action; this is not recommended at this level (it may be possible after Clear). It violates some important basics upon which Clearing Tech are based. Auditors Trust: Auditor plus PC is greater than PC's Bank; and Meter data: The Meter picks up what's reactive - charge below pc's level of awareness. What the pc knows about already does not affect him reactively.