Int Rundowns can be hugely successful, but also interiorization can be badly misrun.
The following references cover the subject of interiorization/exteriorization:
The examination of Interiorization Rundowns done in the field discloses that some auditors engaged in running it have not been fully checked out on it. HCO PL 26 Aug 1965 gives the correct way to do a starrate checkout. Clay demos must also be correctly done. These are covered in HCOB 11 Oct 1967 and HCOB 10 Dec 1970 I.
These HCOBs on starrates and clay demos, the Int RD Series, the above-listed issues on R3RA, Engram Running by Chains (New Era Dianetics Series 6RA), 2-Way Comm Sessions, and Quads, make the necessary pack for checking out an auditor before letting him near an Int Rundown. And all interiorization materials as above must be checked out starrate and in clay before a C/S permits one of his auditors to run it on a pc.
The Int buttons must be assessed before clearing, and then any reading button cleared before it is run. The auditor must ensure that if a button read on an MU it is first cleared, then reassessed for read. If one or more of the buttons is validly reading, one does an Int Rundown per HCOB 4 Jan 71R, Int RD Series 2, Exteriorization and High TA, The Int Rundown Revised.
If there aren’t any reads, even after Suppress, Invalidate, Misunderstood, and False have been applied to the Int button list, one does NOT do an Int Rundown on the pc as it is unnecessary and classifies as „running an unreading item. “
When this test is omitted you get an unnecessary Int RD being done on a pc.
This would eventually have to be repaired.
When the auditor does not do flubless auditing, errors occur in the auditing itself. These will hang up an Int RD.
Do not run a pc on flow zero for the first time on Int. A triple pc can be quaded after Int handling is complete, but it is never done on int handling or Int repair. (Ref: HCOB 4 Jan 71R.)
It usually happens that an Int RD is overrun. The EP is reached on F2, let us say. The auditor keeps on going past the win.
This will hang up the rundown.
One of the ways an overrun occurs is the pc goes exterior during it. Yet the auditor keeps on.
Another way is pc has a big cog, big win. Auditor keeps going on with the RD. (HCOB 24 Sep 71R, Rev. 24.9. 7B, Int RD Series 11, Urgent, Interiorization Rundown — Correction Drill: Date to Blow/Locate to Blow.)
Also see HCOB 24 Sep 78I, Urgent Important, The End of Endless Int Repair RD.
If even years after an Int RD the pc has a high TA or a low TA, then Int trouble is at once suspected and the original Int RD and any repair of it is suspect and must be handled. (HCOB 16 Dec 71RA, C/S Series 35RB, Int RD Series 10, Interiorization Errors.)
The Int RD Correction List Revised (HCOB 29 Oct 71RA) has been designed to straighten out Int RDs. L3RF handles the Dianetic errors. Where Int Correction Lists have been done and the pc still has headaches or other Int troubles a thorough FES must be done FIRST on any Int repairs and the Int RD itself before another correction list or other action is ordered.
Isolate any errors and get them cleaned up by an auditor who can read a meter and run and repair Dianetics standards
With any errors cleaned off the line, if Int troubles persist the C/S orders The End of Endless Int Repair RD (HCOB 24 Sep 781, Int RD Series 4). (HCOB 16 Dec 71RB, C/S Series 35RB, Int RD Series 10, Interiorization Errors.)
There is a two-way comm step that follows a day or so after an Interiorization Rundown.
An auditor doing this step, preferably the same auditor, must be checked out on Two-Way Comm.
No C/S should permit any auditor to do any 2-way comm until the auditor has been checked out on:
HCOB 21 Apr 70 2-Way Comm C/Ses
HCOB 3 July 70C/S Series 14, C/Sing Two-Way Comm
HCOB 17 Mar 74TWC Checksheets, TWC, Using Wrong Questions
and has been drilled on two-way comm until he can do it correctly and comfortably.
The Int Rundown and its repair do NOT include the use of New Era Dianetics preassessment (nor any form of AESPs).
The rule is: when handling Int you address only Int, nothing else. Do not run preassessment or AESPs on Int. (HCOB 24 Sep 78II, Int RD Series 13, Preassessment, AESPs and Int.)
The correcting of an Interiorization Rundown is far harder than making sure that auditors can do the usual in the first place.
Nearly all a C/S’s hard work comes from auditors not well trained on courses (indifferent courses) and failing to check auditors out well on the materials before permitting them to deliver a new rundown.
The correction of Int is hard since until it is complete, other auditing is inadvisable. One however, gets the Int Rundown done.
The End of Endless Int Repair Rundown has vastly simplified the handling of Int repair. (Ref: HCOB 24 Sep 78 I, Int RD Series 4, Urgent Important The End of Endless Int Repair Rundown.)
The Int RD is a simple and precise remedy which stabilizes a pc after exteriorizing and permits him to be further audited.
When a pc exteriorizes in session it is the end phenomena for that process or action. One gently ends off in any case. If the pc has not had an Interiorization Rundown, it is vital, in his next session, to check Int (per HCOB 24 Sep OR, Rev. 24 Sep 78, Int RD Series 11, Urgent, Interiorization Rundown Correction Drill: Date to Blow/Locate to Blow) as the first action. All manners of physical and emotional upsets can result, including a high TA, if this step is omitted.
Int must be checked as the next action after the fact of the pc’s first exteriorization.
No other auditing is to be done before Int is handled fully or proves to be uncharged upon checking.
One reason unnecessary Int RDs get done is that the Registrar sells one. That makes the Reg a C/S. So the C/S and auditor run it.
Maybe it wasn’t needed.
So if it wasn’t needed it will eventually have to be repaired. (HCOB 24 Sep 71R, Rev. 24 Sep 78, Int RD Series 11, Urgent, Interiorization Rundown Correction Drill: Date to Blow/Locate to Blow). (Repair with an Int RD Correction List Revised HCOB 29 Oct 1971RA and/or an End of Endless Int Repair RD, HCOB 24 Sep 78 I, Int RD Series 4.)
The Interiorization Rundown is a remedy designed to permit the pc to be further audited after he has gone exterior.
In the case of Dianetic Clears or Scn Clears and OTs, as they are not to be audited on Dianetics, the remedy would be the End of Endless Int Repair RD.
The Int Rundown is NOT to be sold or passed off as a method of exteriorizing a pc. Nor is the End of Endless Int Repair Rundown. This is very important.
It is general auditing on usual Dianetics and Scientology actions that brings about Exteriorization.
When the pc goes or is found to be exterior and Int proves to be charged on checking one then orders the Interiorization Rundown. Otherwise the TA will misbehave.
The rundown is a remedy used after exteriorization has occurred by reason of general auditing.
Anxiety to get exterior will prompt a pc to buy and a Registrar to sell an Interiorization Rundown. It is in effect just more auditing as far as the Registrar is concerned. When a pc has gone exterior the Registrar can insist on his buying enough hours for the remedy.
The Int Rundown stabilizes the exteriorization and makes it possible to audit the pc further.
If an auditor can’t smoothly audit a rundown as simple as an Int Rundown, then he is exposed as being unable to run standard Dianetics and should be cleared of his misunderstoods and overts and retrained.
The only real trouble one gets into on an Int Rundown stems from the inability of the auditor to run a smooth, good TRed R3RA session. Pcs are not hard to run on it.
A C/S cannot win at all if he is continually having to make up for flubby auditing by the auditor.
Therefore the C/S must be very sure his auditors are fully checked out on things they are to run before running them.
If there is no Qual Staff Training Officer or no cramming, a C/S can fully afford to do the training and cramming himself. Otherwise he will lose far more than that time in C/Sing for auditors not checked out.
By the skill of his auditors you know the C/S. Not by his unusual solutions after flubs.
The Int Rundown is too easy to do to have any trouble — the trouble comes when the auditors are not checked out beforehand, starrate and in clay on new things they are to run.