“Something you wouldn’t mind forgetting” unlimited. Run in particular on any pc who has the goal of improving his memory. This process may also be used in the HGC where the pc has the chief goal of getting reality on the whole track or just improving memory.
“Get the idea of changing.”
“Get the idea of not changing.”
The Instructor may add “something” (HAS IVa), “somebody” (HAS IVb) or a meter selected terminal (HAS IVc) to these commands at his discretion.
“Get the idea of solving a problem.”
“Get the idea of not solving a problem.”
The HAS Instructor may add a terminal if the pc complains about having lots of problems with that terminal.
“Communicate with (body part).”
“Don’t communicate with (body part).”
For persons who come into a co-audit chronically or temporarily ill. The person is asked by the Instructor what part of the body is ill. The Instructor takes whatever body part the pc names, not body condition, and uses it in above process.
“Tell me something worse than a (body part).”
For more violent chronic or temporary illnesses assessed by Instructor exactly as above in HAS VI.
“Get the idea of making people friendly.”
“Get the idea of making people unfriendly.”
Instructor may use a specific person or the singular “a person” at discretion.
In all HAS Co-audits, the newcomer should fill out a goals sheet once a week and the Instructor should pay attention to it in choosing processes.
Further HAS Co-audit processes will be released when checked over.