Failures to help on the various dynamics can bring about confusion of identities.
This is normally resolved by a thetan by obsessive efforts to individuate (blow phenomena or merely insistences upon individuation).
The end product of failures to help is aberrated self-determinism.
At an overt-withhold level, the thetan is trying to individuate and is therefore proceeding to individuate after failing to help. Thus a thetan is at obsessive cause while trying to do overts or get motivators.
As I have stated before it makes little theoretical difference whether help is run two-way or on an O/W basis.
I also promised to inform you when more data was to be had on this.
Apparently there may be some virtue (in terms of case gain and saved time) in running help on a pan-determined basis.
The theoretical look at this (see recent table in HCO Bulletin of January 5th, 1961, “O-W A Limited Theory”) is that overts are below help and that when one enters upon an improvement in help, obsessive individuated cause falls out and pan- determinism moves in.
Possibly, very early in running help at Regimen 3 level one could run Help O/W but after a few hours on the same terminal could shift to two-way help, and after a few more hours could change to 5-way help and finish the bulk of the 75 hours of run of help on the same terminal with the 5-way version.
I think not doing this is slowing clearing.
In other words, when the pc starts on his help on a terminal, he is still rather in the O/W band. Very soon he is moving higher and into pan-determinism. And shortly after this should move very broadly into pan-determinism.
My evidence on this is technically light at the moment but I do know of at least one case that needed this. So let’s shift now and run this gradient for a while and see if it isn’t generally faster.