All a Case Supervisor looks for in Dianetics folders to advise the next action is departure from exact Standard Dianetics procedure.
It is a very easy job providing the Case Supervisor knows his Standard Dianetics exactly and completely.
Any time there is the most minute or flagrant departure from exact assessment or exact R-3-R, there will be a breakdown of the results.
It is quite a tribute to the tech that this is true. And it is true. Doing C/S recently on a very great many Dianetic cases audited by relatively untrained auditors the following emerged in letters ten feet high.
1. Where the auditor followed the exact procedure without deviation the results were uniformly excellent.
2. Where the auditor deviated from the exact procedure the results were poor or bad.
There are many, many ways an auditor can deviate from exact procedure.
There is only one exact procedure.
As a result of doing this C/S work, I would, if I were doing Dianetic C/Sing, refuse to let an auditor audit until he had been through his checksheet 3 times. This would save nearly all the work required of a Case Supervisor.
When the auditor is in a fumbly state regarding the procedure and has not drilled it until he could do it with the house caving in, the preclear does not get good results. That is really all there is to it.
If the auditor simply observes the Auditor's Code, handles TRs and the meter fairly well and does the assessments and R-3-R exactly as laid out, the results will be found to be astonishingly good, even miraculous.
To correct a bad session the normal action of the C/S is to order the offbeat actions done correctly.
A. Auditor assessed by interest only, not by read and the session bogged down. C/S action — Reassess by longest read.
B. Medical terms and operations were part of assessment list, one was chosen and case bogged. C/S action, order such be taken off the list and somatics, pains, sensations, emotions only be assessed.
C. Pc was put through each incident on the chain only once and finally bogged. C/S action, order the whole chain rerun so that pc has been through each one twice and the earliest one found erased.
D. A basic was found and auditor told it was erasing but sent pc earlier but pc could find nothing so left it. C/S orders the basic erased.
E. Auditor tells pc he won't run it because it "isn't an engram". C/S action, order auditor to retrain on Auditor's Code and do Invalidation and Evaluation in clay. Orders pc to an Scn Review, Green Form.
F. Pc very nattery to auditor. C/S orders pc to Scn Review "and be sure to pull all withholds".
G. C/S finds his orders to complete a chain left undone with a high TA were not done — folder mislaid or pc not routed. Pc has become ill. Order the pc to medical treatment and the chain completed.
You see how it is. Each time the auditor violated normal simple procedure, the C/S orders that the normal simple procedure be completed either by first giving pc an Scn Green Form in Qual and then completing the Standard Dianetics action or, omitting Qual (when pc not out-rud), just getting the real standard action done.
This is really all there is to Case Supervising Dianetic Case Folders. The more you try to do something else than the above the further the case will go wrong.
The Dianetic Auditor does not have to know how to do Green Forms or rudiments and these are not done in Standard Dianetics sessions. When they have to be done you get a Scientology Auditor to do them.
It is a serious error to mix up Dianetics and Scientology in the same session — that is to say, to do ruds, rehab overruns, etc, etc.
The potential errors of out-ruds and all the rest are present of course in any Dianetics session, but do not happen when exact Dianetic procedure is used. When they do happen you send the pc to an Scn Review Auditor.
This is Case Supervision, Dianetics. It has been fully worked out by my Case Supervising a great many Dianetic sessions to launch this new view of Dianetics. And the above is what I found.
It drives home also the necessity of training Dianetic auditors as precision technologists and the risk of letting people audit before they are fully grooved in on exactly what's done in a Dianetic session.