Where cleaning the last 2 pages of the Joburg (Form 3 Confessional) is an auditing requirement, the following procedure should be followed by instructors as a fast check in passing a student.
The Student Auditor is flunked on the following:
1) TA is high (4.5-5) or very low (1,5) and needle is sticky,
2) Needle is dirty or dirties upon check.
3) Call off the following significant words or phrases looking for a reaction or dirty needle turning on:
Dianetics Staff Members
Scientology Leaders in Scientology
Scientology Orgs Executives in Scientology
L. Ron Hubbard Stolen from Scientology
Mary Sue Hubbard Betrayed Scientology
Have I missed a withhold?
What question shouldn’t be asked again?
A Flunk is awarded by giving the Auditor either a pink sheet or an infraction or both.
1) High TA and sticky needle equals overts, withholds and missed withholds. Mass is pulled in and not as-ised,
2) Dirty needle equals missed withholds.
3) Needle reaction equals charge from overts and withholds, and dirty needle equals missed withholds.
The following gross auditing errors have been observed on Confessional auditors in the W Unit of the St. Hill Special Briefing Course.
1) The auditor didn’t really think that withholds actually existed.
2) The auditor was trying to "complete the requirement" and was not auditing the pc.
3) Some auditors didn’t know that withholds can be suppressed and that they could be restimulated and pulled. Consequence was useless checking of Joburg which only made pc despondent.
4) Auditors were using the Confessional questions and the meter to "do the work",
5) Auditors were taking generalized overts, motivators and justifications and not getting specific doingness on the part of the pc.
One auditor accepted "I just postulated that they were going to break up", and didn’t get the prior overt doingness. Another auditor was overheard asking "What else did they do to you?"?
6) Auditors failed to pin down critical thoughts and motivators and compounded the felony by failing to direct the pc’s attention to the earlier specific overt.
It’s the gross auditing error and only the gross auditing error that wastes auditing time.
The only way an auditor can flunk the above check or spend weeks cleaning the Joburg is by committing gross auditing errors.
By closely observing auditing sessions and closely questioning auditors, Instructors will be able to correct these and many other major auditing goofs.