It is important for reasons of preventing restimulation to cancel and discard all issues and forms of Model Session and use only the following, particularly for Releasing.
The auditor examines the room to make sure it is all right to audit in, adjusts the pc’s chair and checks his E-Meter for battery up and set, gives the pc the cans and states "THIS IS THE SESSION." Tone 40.
(The following rudiments are used only in metered sessions.)
"What gains have you had from your last session?" (Omitted on a pc’s very first session but not from the first session of an intensive: written in the right-hand column at the top.)
"Is there an ARC Break?" (On raw meat, "Are you upset by anything?")
"Is there any current problem that will interfere with auditing?"
"Should you have told me anything you didn’t?"
"Has anything been suppressed?"
"Has anything been denied?"
"Has anything been rushed?"
"This is the process: (states process)." (If a new process, clear the commands.)
Body of session
"I will give you two more commands of this process."
"That was the body of the session."
"Are there any comments on the session?"
This is the totality of Model Session used. To add words to the patter is to risk restimulation and it is expressly forbidden to do so.
It is VITAL when the proper phenomenon of a process occurs that the process be promptly concluded.
It is VITAL on lower level auditing if a needle floats and TA comes down to between 2 and 3 that the process and the session be unobtrusively ended with a soft "That’s It" and the preclear sent to the Qualifications Division to be declared a Release. It is a Gross Auditing Error to run one command more.
With this Model Session, Releases will be more stable and sessions run better.
[Clarified by HCO B 19 August 1965, Model Session Revised, page 78.]