For a pc being run on a Touch Assist for handling something around the head (for example: teeth), go further even to the toes as the area extends through the nerve channel to the whole body. Right — left and also whole body. A head somatic also sticks in the spine.
All assists are run to cognition and should F/N VGI at the Examiner.
On an injury, after the Contact Assist, a Touch Assist and then an L1C on the injured member could be done… Dianetic actions would follow as necessary. This would include handling the injury fully as a narrative item and then fully handling all somatics connected with it, per New Era Dianetics Series tech. (Ref: HCOB 28 July 71R Revised 25 June 78 New Era Dianetics Series 8, Dianetics, Beginning A Pc On, HCOB 18 June 78 New Era Dianetics Series 4, Assessment And How To Get The Item and HCOB 11 July 73RA Revised 15 July 78, Assist Summary.)
A persistent temperature can be brought down by running the pc on Objective "Hold it still. "
This can be run on a two command basis.
For a pc running a temperature too ill for regular auditing, he should be given antibiotics and an assist type boost, not a major action like Dianetics.
This version would be run if the pc is far too ill to get up. The pc is run on a meter to cog F/N VGIs.
1. Two command Repetitive Process alternate commands:
a. Look around here and find something.
b. Hold it still (until pc can or feels he can).
Then (a) again.
Then (b) again, etc.
This will drop a fever.
2. 2WC How do you feel? Have you felt like this before? Earlier similar to F/N VGIs.
Version A is not very lasting. It is for very ill pcs and very high temperatures.
This is true Objective "Hold it still" and is very lasting.
It is done on a pc who can, even with effort, walk around a room.
It is done OFF the meter to cog, GIs. The pc then should at once be put on the meter and will be found to have an F/N. If no F/N on the meter the process is either (a) unflat or (b) overrun. If unflat it is continued, flattened off the meter and the same meter test follows. If overrun the release point is rehabbed.
Version B commands are:
(a) Look around here and find something.
(b) Walk over to it.
(c) With your hands, hold it still.
The three commands are given in (a) (b) (c) sequence one after the other, the pc executing each command and being acknowledged until the pc has a cognition and GIs. He is then checked on the meter.
A thermometer can be used to check temperature after the meter check for F/N. The temperature will be found to have subsided.
Both A and B versions can be used on the same pc.
Let us say on Monday, A Version is used. Then on Tuesday if temperature has gone back up but pc is better B Version is then used.
The temperature process is most effective on a low order persistent fever that goes on and on for days and even weeks. In such cases Version B would be used and the temperature would come down and stay down very nicely.