This is probably excellent as the later lines are the same buttons that make goals fire.
The first four lines are well tried. Remember that many have gone Clear on the 1st four with smooth auditing. The next four are also well tried. The next four are taken from the ACC that cleared 15 people.
The remaining lines are the buttons that make goals fire.
The first Twelve Lines can be gone through more often during the course of the next 102.
(NOTE: Before doing this listing, make sure the pc knows what his goal is and Tiger Drill nul any old goal found on pc or any goal wording pc thought was his. To get pc’s goal to fire at each session beginning, use “In Auditing on the goal____has anything been ____?” Goal also should be made to fire at session end just before room rud with same drill to clear up session.)
(NOTE: Any trouble with listing stems from
(1) Rough Auditing, auditors challenging answers or mixing up questions, pc not in session and ruds out.
(2) Wrong lines.
(3) Goal not cleaned.
(4) Consequences of being Clear feared by pc.
(5) Wrong goal.
(6) Pc protesting about Lines and Listing.)
(NOTE: Signs of above are
(1) TA mostly at 4.5 or 5.0 and doesn’t come down.
(2) Pc ARC breaky even after missed withholds clean [the items are now withheld].
(3) Pc looking bad, eyes watery.
(4) No pain in session [a right goal on checkout always gives pain].
(5) All sen on listing [comes from pc suppressing or being careful of or failing to reveal, these being the Sensation buttons, or from wrong goal].
(6) Bank getting more solid.
(7) Pc sick and nauseated. [6 and 7 only occur with a wrong goal.] )
(NOTE: The Tiger Drill buttons or any button or word can itself be Tiger Drilled using the ordinary 6 buttons, all with good effect.)
Now into the next blank spaces fit the following buttons, one full consecutive set of lines for each button; make the line (both goal and button) make sense if it does not:
|Invalidate||Hide from||Withdraw from|
|Be Careful of||Reveal things to||Create|
|Suggest things to||Make a mistake about||Destroy|
|Withhold from||Assert things to||Agree with|
|Change (or alter)||Ignore|
(Each button is used on each of the following lines consecutively through all lines before the next button is put in the lines.)
Make the button form and the goal form into a sensible sentence in each line. Pc must be able to answer it.
Don’t take up the lines with the pc out of session or in session before you list. Do the lines very well before you even go near a session with your pc. Then, in actual auditing and listing the first time through, after pc has answered the last line fully to his or her satisfaction, clear the command of the next line with the pc. Don’t alter its sense. Just arrange its word-form so pc can answer it. Then list it and so on. Take up the lines with the pc as you come to them in auditing and not before.
Take a number of stiff cards, any standard size such as 5” x 7”. Write a line across the top of each card, the long way.
Number the cards in the upper right-hand corner, consecutive from the first lines above.
In auditing place the card stack on the table. As each card is answered with any items pc has, turn it over, face down, on top of the last cards done so as to preserve numerical order.
Take a pencil or ball-point. Make a small slant mark (/) for each item pc gives you in answer to auditing question.
Take more than one item per question if given. Take items until pc begins to comm lag. Then turn card to next question and use that as before. Do not leave items unaccepted.
Do not write down items. Only make a small slant mark (/) for each item given. For every fifth item, cross out the preceding four.
For the first run of slant (/) marks use a black pencil. For the second run when the whole card is filled with black, overstrike with a red pencil using the same system. For the third run when the card is black and red filled, start again with a green pencil. This should give around 800 items to one card, which should be enough. Cards that drop behind can then be spotted in cleaning up free needles and questioned. Only the 1st 12 cards should have parity.
Pcs should buy their own cards or pay for them in student auditing.
Use rubber bands to enclose cards between sessions. Mark pc’s name and date on the 1st card.
Don’t challenge pc’s answers. Take all the items pc will give you. Don’t force pc to give you items.
If pc objects to the wording of a line as unanswerable try to make it answerable by rewording or omit it. Mark F on card each time the line produces a Free Needle. Don’t list beyond a Free Needle. Leave card in stack and test each time through.
Make the goal fire well by Tiger Drill at the start of each listing session and at the end after end ruds and before room rud.
Get in Mid Ruds with “Since the last time I audited you”, if pc is upset or can’t seem to get on with listing.
If a line continues Free Needle after a question is asked, don’t force pc to answer it.