TR 8-Q DRILL FOR SOLO AUDITOR TRAINING - 14 OCTOBER 1981

TR 8-Q DRILL FOR SOLO AUDITOR TRAINING - 14 OCTOBER 1981

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TR 8-Q DRILL FOR

SOLO AUDITOR TRAINING
(Ref: HCOB 22 Apr 80, ASSESSMENT DRILLS)


The following drill was developed to increase a Pre-OT’s ability to control and use attention and intention. The drill enhances a Pre-OT’s ability to solo audit. It follows the basic format outlined in TR 8-Q in HCOB 22 Apr 80 ASSESSMENT DRILLS, but contains additional steps specifically developed to increase a PreOT’s ability.

NUMBER: TR 8-Q (for Solo Auditor Training)
NAME: TONE 40 ASSESSMENT
POSITION: Same as TR 8 where the student is in one chair facing another chair on which sits an ashtray, the coach sitting beside the student in a third chair. A square four-cornered ashtray is used.
PURPOSE: To deliver the THOUGHT of a question into an exact position, wide or narrow at decision, that is a question, with or without words.
COMMANDS: For the first part of the drill: Are you an ashtray? Are you made of glass? Are you sitting there? Second part of drill: Same questions silently. Third part of drill: Are you a corner? to each corner of the ashtray, verbal and with intention at the same time. Fourth part of drill: Any applicable question, verbal and with intention at the same time put broad and narrow at choice Into the ashtray, exact parts of it and the surroundings. Fifth part of drill: Any applicable question put silently and with intention in exact spots around the student’s body, as indicated by the coach.
TRAINING STRESS: The coach uses usual TR coaching commands. There are five stages to the drill.
FIRST STAGE: The first stage is to land a verbal command into the ashtray. The coach has the student ask the ashtray: „Are you an ashtray?“ „Are you made of glass?“ „Are you sitting there?“ This is done until the student can do the drill easily.
SECOND STAGE: The second stage is to put the question with full intention silently into the ashtray. The same questions are asked silently, until the student can do it easily and with certainty.
THIRD STAGE: The student asks the following question: „Are you a corner?“ to each corner of the ashtray, putting verbal command and silent intention at the same time, Into exact parts of the ashtray. This is done until the student can do it easily.
FOURTH STAGE: The coach has the student put any applicable question both with verbal command and with silent intention at the same time Into any narrow or any broad portion of the ashtray or its surrounds, at choice and at will. This is done until the student can do the drill easily and can put a question into an exact position, wide or narrow, at decision.
FIFTH STAGE: The coach has the student put thoughts precisely in exact spots around the student’s body. (NOTE: Make sure the student can think in a concept rather than words and that he can put that concept in exact points around him at will.)
(a) The coach has the student put thoughts in exact spots in front of the student’s body. The coach indicates the spot by putting his finger in the spot into which the student is to place a thought. The spots would be in areas in front of the student’s body, but not touching the student’s body. This is done until the student is proficient at it.
(b) The coach has the student put a thought in exact spots above the student’s head, and behind the student’s body. The coach indicates the spot by putting his finger in the spot into which the student is to place a thought. The coach does not touch the student’s body. The drill is done until the student is quite expert at exactly placing a thought exactly where he wants it.
CONCLUSION: At the conclusion of the whole drill, the coach has the student imagine the ashtray saying „Yes, yes, yes, yes“ in an avalanche of yeses to balance the flow (in actual life, people, pcs and meters do respond and return the flow.)
END PHENOMENA: The ability to land a question with full intention Into an exact target area, broad or narrow, at will and effectively, whether verbally or silently.
HISTORY: Developed by L. Ron Hubbard in 1980, as an extension of all earlier work on intention and Tone 40, as now applied to questions and assessments and the exact placement of thought.


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