Auditing business idea

September 26, 2002 on R3X Course

From a post to the Yahoo formerscio list:

From: "Robert D."
Date: Thu Sep 26, 2002 9:22 pm
Subject: Auditing business idea

Here's an idea I just thought about recently for promoting one's auditing practice, that seems to have every reason to be workable.

Get with a major Unitarian Church, Unity Church, or some major New Age store and set oneself up as a spiritual healer for a few set hours a week, say on Saturday afternoons from 1 to 6 pm or something like that. Do a few simple dianetic sessions on people with traumas on their cases (kind of like they do with Book-1 at orgs) and give out business cards afterwards. The sessions would be free, but they would sure know who to go to for further assistance if they needed it in the future. And they would know who to refer their friends to.

Doing Dianetic auditing the way I prescribe, narrative style with the help of 6-Dir process when needed, would make for fast clearing of people's problems in short order.

I just handled an old friend today, on his son's death from lingering effects of a stroke. It took about 15 minutes to clear up a continuous condition of depression and grieving that had been going on ever since it became apparent to him that his son was going to die. At the end of the session said he was feeling happy and was amazed by the fact that I could do this and told me he'd tell others about me. I'd told him before what I did, but it took this kind of event for it to really sink in.

With the simple techniques I use and have outlined on the R3XD writeup and in the formerscio archives, I can successfully handle any case that presents itself whether advanced or "raw meat". I see no reason whatsoever why a trained Dianetic auditor couldn't make a living practicing his craft. I find it a crying shame that more don't. I'd love to see more competition in the field. And I'd like to see an association of what could be called "general clearing practitioners" like myself, not people who are tied to a "fixed bridge system" (though that is necessary in its own right), but people who can deliver whatever it is people want delivered and can do it all expertly. We really do need to make greater inroads into the raw public arena.

Robert D.