Differences between R3R and R3X

April 20, 2003 on R3X Course

Routine 3 RevisedRoutine 3 Expanded
With R3R the auditor tends to end off on a late-on-the-chain win.With R3X the auditor always asks for an earlier incident regardless of wins. The two additional questions besides the "earlier-incident" question, are "Is there an earlier incident - possibly before the beginning of time - where you had the feeling of ...(item).....?" for a pre-MEST basic, and "Is there an earlier incident - possibly around the original separation from theta (or "split-off from Static" or something to that effect) where you had the feeling of ......(item)....?" for Basic-basic".
With R3R the auditor tries to get the PC to an earlier incident first chance he gets. This has at least two liabilities and is a bad policy.With R3X the auditor flattens each incident along the way per narrative incident running technique.
With R3R the chain ends with the asking of a postulate.With R3X the moment of shift (the earliest one) is asked for. I never ask for a shock any more BTW, only a shift as that is more causative and earlier.
With R3R you can't use additional tools.With R3X ample use is made of the Six-Direction process and Before/After process, and occasionally Alternate Confront. The 6-Dir process tends to undercut running of heavy masses and series of incidents, the B/A process tends to open up occluded incidents and rapidly and painlessly dispatch single incidents, and A/C tends to reveal the hidden underpinnings of grinding incidents. I rarely have to resort to the latter any more. The 6-Dir is the most powerful and useful process of the three as far as I can tell. You can also shift over to entity handling if it's appropriate.
With R3R you can't run anybody above Grade 4.With R3X you don't have to worry about who you run whether in the pre-OT or "non-interference" zone.
With R3R you hopefully get a resolution of the item, most likely as a late-on-the-chain key-out.With R3X you get a permanent resolution of the item by reason of the Pc taking full responsibility for it along all dynamics. In addition, the Pc recovers long-lost aspects of himself from the incidents.
With R3R the commands are rote.With R3X the commands are always fitted to the needs of the moment.
R3R is used mainly for handling somatics.R3X is used for mainly spiritual expansion.
With R3R you ask for the beginning of the incident.With R3X you ask for the point just before the incident began (so as to include the shift/shock of every incident).
With R3R you ask for "an earlier incident".With R3X you ask for "another incident", except in instances the auditor would determine the word "earlier" to be more apt for the given situation.

Robert D.