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A Handbook For Use

by L. Kin

Volume 2

The Procedures.

Professional Application.

© 1992 by L. Kin
© 1992 by Edition ScienTerra
ISBN 3-922367-27-5,Verkehrs-Nr. 16645 (BAG)



Back Cover

"The first volume, "Scientology - More than a Cult?", gave a summary of the development of this controversial movement and of the philosophical concepts of its founder, L. Ron hubbard. It is now being rounded off with this "Handbook for Use" which tells you what it all looks like when put into practice. For the first time ever, the majority of techniques used in scientology are being presented, critically commented upon and simply explained with regard to application.

Addressing his readers with a script like this, means that the free-thinking publisher does not shy off from dealing with taboo-ridden subjects. By freeing the philosophy and methodology of Hubbard from their superfluous dead weight and making them accessible to the general public, he challenges the monopoly the Church of Scientology purports to have on Hubbard's work. This is in the hope that the techniques discussed here, will, for the first time in their history, be able to put to an unprejudiced test so that an impartial judgement can be made by ordinary people, i.e. those not indoctrinated by the Church of Scientology or its detractors."




  • A Comment By The Publisher
    • Introduction
    • The Training Routines (TRs) - Basic Elements Of
    • Communication
    • Auditor and PC - An Introduction
      • The session in Practice
      • The Auditor's Code
      • The auditing communication cycle
      • Mass and significance
      • Trust
      • Who to audit?
      • Exchange
    • The Auditor's Tools: A) Simple Techniques
      • Assists
      • Book One auditing
      • Self Analysis
      • Session admin
      • Emphasis on training
    • The Auditor's Tools: B) Objective Processes
      • General Description
      • The mechanism of restimulation
      • A digression on hypnotism
      • Procedure
      • End phenomena
      • Who needs objectives?
      • Instructions to the pc
    • The Auditor's Tools: C) Postulate Auditing
      • Introduction
      • Finding something to audit
      • The technique of lock scanning
      • Narrative Style
      • Finding the postulate in the incident
      • Repeater technique and how to deal with basic incidents
      • Sticky sessions
      • Stripping valences
      • Summary
      • The procedure step by step
      • Session breaks
    • The Auditor's Tools: D) Auditing with the E-meter
    • 1. The many roles of the auditor
      • The interviewer
      • The auditor
      • The case supervisor (C/S)
      • The examiner
      • The ethics consultant
    • 2. The Language of the E-Meter
    • 3. Preparing the Session
      • Clearing words
      • The pre session checklist
      • The can squeeze
      • Metabolism
      • The session
      • Admin and C/Sing
    • 4. Introduction to the various techniques
    • 4.1 The Prepcheck
      • The procedure
      • Getting the item
      • The end phenomenon
      • The prepcheck combined with postulate auditing
    • 4.2 The repair list
      • Origin and Purpose
      • The L1C and how to use it
      • The end phenomenon
    • 4.3 The rudiments
      • Normal rudiments
      • The ARC break
      • The problem
      • The missed withhold and the overt
      • Invalidation and Evaluation
      • Rudiments of Long Duration (LD ruds)
      • LD ruds and finding postulates
      • Normal ruds: their liability
      • Repetitive ruds
      • False ruds
      • Reverse ruds
      • Flows and Quad ruds
    • 4.4 Rehabilitation Procedure
      • The purpose of rehabilitation
      • Theory and definitions
      • The procedure by key out
      • Rehab by key out: command sequence and patter
      • Rehab by postulate auditing
      • Rehab by counting
    • 4.5 Dating and Locating (D/L)
      • Theory
      • Procedure
    • 4.6 Listing and Nulling (L&N)
    • 5 The High and the Low TA
      • Clear read and high TA
      • The rising TA
      • The low TA
      • How to get the TA down
      • Handling the low TA
    • The Bridge below Clear
      • The Life Repair
      • The Drug Rundown
      • A note on the Grades
      • Postulate Auditing: why no flows?
    • A Simple Life Repair Programme
      • How the C/S thinks
      • The program
    • The Interview
      • Auditing vs Interviewing
      • How to do an interview
      • A questionnaire for the introductory interview
      • The questionnaire explained
    • Advanced Programming
      • Auditing and C/Sing
    • PC Gone Clear?
    • The clear check
    • Ethics Measures
    • From Clear on Up
    • Author's Postscript
  • Appendix:
    • Example for session worksheets
    • Example of an Auditor's Report Form
    • Example of a C/S sheet
    • Example of a Folder Summary
    • Diagrams of sessions and admins (Flow charts)
  • Index
  • Bibliography