If after an F/N session end the pc’s TA goes up, as at the Examiner’s in an org, the pc is afflicted with unflat Engram Chains.
All High TAs depend on unflat or restimulated engram chains.
TAs go high on Overrun because the overrun restimulates engram chains not yet run.
Engram (or secondary or lock) chains can be keyed out. This does not mean they stay out. In a few minutes or hours or days or years they can key back in.
A pc will also de-stimulate in from 3 to 10 days usually. This means he “settles out”. Thus a pc can be overrun into new engram chains (by life or an auditor), TA goes up, 3 to 10 days later the TA comes down.
When a pc is audited to F/N VGIs and then a few minutes later has a high TA the usual reasons are
1. Has had his comm chopped or full Dianetic or Scientology End Phenomena not reached or
2. Has been run on an unreading item or subject or
3. Is overwhelmed or
4. Has a lot of engrams keying in or
5. Has been run in the past without full erasure of engrams or attaining End Phenomena.
6. Lists badly done or other misauditing cause a pc to feel bad and key in chains also.
7. A pc can be audited when too tired or too late at night.
The solution to any of these is easy — on (l) always see that the pc attains full EP, particularly on engram chains. On (2) make auditors check for read even in two-way comm subjects, list questions or Dianetic items before running them. On (3) see also (2) and get the pc a proper Progress (Repair) Program. On (4) Repair or isolate pc so his PT isn’t so ferocious looking (meaning Repair [Progress] Pgm him well or let him change his environment and then audit him) or (5) look into his folder to see who audited him on so many chains when, with no real erasure or EP. (6) You use Repair lists (like L4A, LIB, etc) and other usual action. On (7) you make the pc get some rest and if he can’t, make him go for a walk away until he is tired and then walk back and get some sleep.
All these really add up to keyed in or unflat engram chains. Whether the pc can handle them depends on Repair and the usual.
Of all these the past auditing without attaining EP on engram chains (whether done in Dianetics or Scientology) is a usual reason for a much audited pc to have a high TA.
The answers to any high TA that won’t come down and to any pc who continually arrives at Examiner after an F/N VGI session end with his TA up are
A. Faulty auditing not letting pc go to Full Dn EP when running engrams.
B. A false auditing report (PR type report meaning promoting instead of auditing).
C. Too many engram chains in past restim by life or auditing.
Any correct Standard Dianetic Auditing will eventually handle. But it is usual to do a Picture Remedy (see HCO B 5 June 1969).
A pc who has a chronic somatic would get programmed like this:
I. Repair (Progress) Pgm until pc feeling better.
II. Picture Remedy with all reading and interest items Dn triple full Dn EP.
III. Health Form — with all reading and interest items Dn triple full Dn EP.
IV. Somatics of the area with all reading and interest items Dn triple full Dn EP.
V. Run the engram chain of the incident (operation, accident, etc) he believes caused it. R3R triple.
VI. HF to F/N on the HF itself and attest full Dianetic result as per Class Chart.
That’s maybe 50 hours, all done in Dianetic triples, of course, in steps II to VI.
If the Dianetic Auditing is standard and to Dianetic EP (F/N Cog VGIs) you will see this pattern at the Examiner or a few minutes after session.
That’s what you would expect to see if the Auditing was standard, if the case was straightened out of past flubs in the Repair step. Errors such as running unreading items or firefights caused by out TRs or false auditing reports or Dn EP not reached at session end or pc needing ruds put in at session starts would prevent this pattern from happening at the Examiner’s. So if the pattern doesn’t happen you know the auditing is goofy or something is out which had better be found. One pc for instance had a huge W/H of having a disease and was audited over it for 2 years = auditing over a W/H and PTP = no case gain. Silly pc. But also a very dull C/S not to alert to some outness there and find it. Another pc had a high TA and the fault was just that she never got any auditing at all! So they kept operating on her! Somebody didn’t know Dianetics and auditing was for use.
Pcs with high TAs feel ill and get ill.
No use to elaborate on that. It’s just a fact and is the fact about pcs who get ill. So maybe you see why this HCOB is important!
Pcs with low TAs are more or less in apathy.
If it F/N VGIs at session end and is low at Exam (like l. 9) (or if it went low in session and didn’t F/N), then the pc is
(a) overwhelmed and needs auditing and life repair
(b) can have been run on a flat or unreading item that invalidated his former win.
Example: Pc listed on an unreading list few sessions later worrying about it and coming to Exam with low TA. Repair is the answer. Low TA pcs need a Life Repair also.
Note: The new Hubbard Consultant Assessment List is now under test at this writing and may become essential as a pre-repair function and if so would be before repair in the chronic somatic list of actions as a pgm.