DATA ON PRPRs - HCO BULLETIN OF 11 SEPTEMBER 1968

DATA ON PRPRs - HCO BULLETIN OF 11 SEPTEMBER 1968

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HCO BULLETIN OF 11 SEPTEMBER 1968
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DATA ON PRPRs


NEVER NEVER run or Rehab PrPrs on a person after they are Clear. You will always mess up a case if you do.
On VA, letting pc Itsa instead of getting F/N on the additional steps is a goof. You take the first BD and handle it with No. 2 HCOB 6.6.66. Do not let the pc list on and on.
It happens that the first BD (not necessarily BD F/N) on listing is the item on VA but on a rework during a Rehab, the item may not BD. The list has to be nulled. The bulletin on the Laws of Listing must be followed.
If the Pc gets ill after VA is complete, you should do an L4 to get the correct item, as the item found is probably not correct.
VA is best run in one go. It is possible when a PrPr is left unflat at end of session for the end phenomena to occur between sessions. It should always be checked next session.
In running Power, HIGH TA MEANS OVERRUN.
You will always find an ARC break, PTP, M/W/H, Overt, Life Overrun, Self Auditing - something. Could even be a “coffee shop” session. Locate it. Get TA down.
The rule is: DON’T START POWER OR ANY POWER PROCESS OR ANY GRADE PROCESS with the TA risen since last session or break. GET IT DOWN FIRST.


L. RON HUBBARD
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