A variation of Rising Scale Processing

August 23, 2011

From post to DianeticR3X Yahoo group

I've been running a process on several people that seems to be getting consistently positive results and feedback and seems to be stabilizing cases. I took a cue from an LRH lecture entitled "basis of Scientology and Dianetics part one" (5209c21-1) . In this lecture LRH said the following:

you have thousands and thousands of processes any one of which works that would work almost all equally well. There's five or six processes up at the top that are the kingpin processes and these work with a capital W with almost anything,....You can just ask the person "recall a time when you felt you weren't going to survive"... "recall a time when you were sure you were going to survive." You just keep this up for a while and he is going to feel much better. One of the most elementary processes you've got.

Well I tried this process out on a few people and found out that it indeed was a significant process. And since "survive not survive" is a dichotomy we find in the chart of attitudes, I thought I would expand on that process and run the gamut of dichotomies from that chart. I had to add my own wording to the processes, but I tried to stay as close is possible to the wording of the original process suggested in that lecture. After testing the processes out on several people here and every so often adjusting the commands, here is what I came up with:


Recall a time when you felt you were not going to survive
Recall a time when you were sure you were going to survive

Recall a time when you felt you were wrong
Recall a time when you knew for sure you were right

Recall a time when you felt like you had no responsibility
Recall a time when you were sure you were fully responsible

Recall a time when you felt like you couldn't own anything
Recall a time when you knew you could own everything

Recall a time when you felt like you had no time available
Recall a time when you knew you had all the time you wanted

Recall a time when you felt like you were being stopped
Recall a time when you knew you were the source of motion

Recall a time when you felt you were operating on falsehoods
Recall a time when you knew you had the truth

Recall a time when you felt a lack of faith in yourself
Recall a time when you trusted yourself completely

Recall a time when you felt like you lacked knowingness
Recall a time when you had a certainty of knowing

Recall a time when you felt like you were at affect
Recall a time when you were sure you were cause

Recall a time when felt like you had a weak sense of self
Recall a time when you had a strong sense of who you are

Recall a time when you felt like you were losing
Recall a time when you knew you were winning

Recall a time when you felt trapped
Recall a time when you knew you were free


Every pair of commands I have run to a blowdown floating needle on every PC I've run it on. I find it an amazing process. And the series of commands can be run through again and again multiple times. I don't know how many times this series of commands can be run on one person; I haven't reached the point of diminishing returns yet.

Robert