Lifetime Clearing

April 20, 2003 on R3X Course

I've been having a tremendous amount of success with a new pattern of processing. It works for people new to clearing tech as well as people who have been involved in the practice a long time. People seem to really like this and keep coming back for more since they know they are getting permanent wins on areas that are most real to them, and within a relatively short period of time.

I attempt to form a solid auditing base by clearing the person of this lifetime's engrams, secondaries and locks. I run this type of processing until he is relatively flat enough on this lifetime's issues to go on to other styles of processing.

I start by an in-depth assessment of the case.

Then I get which areas of the case are of greatest interest to the PC and in need of handling.

Then I run them this lifetime on R3R narrative with the help of the 6-Dir process.

So, if they have an issue with an area in their life, I'll have them get the period of time and have them scan it with R3R narrative and 6-Dir.

Here's a typical example of how I will do it:

Auditor: Which area of your life are you most interested in addressing?

PC: My father.

Auditor: Tell me about your relationship with your father.

PC: It was horrible. I have a lot of charge on him. I have all my life too. [In other words, a very charged terminal for the PC]

Auditor: Okay. So let's run your father, okay?

PC: Okay.

Auditor: I'll start with the Six-Direction process on your father, okay? [Because the terminal is so charged, I will undercut the scanning by addressing the terminal with 6-Dir first. I will then go on to scanning periods of time acceptable to the PC, with regards to the terminal. In cases where the terminal is not so charged (like places of work) then I will skip the terminal step and run the period of time regarding the terminal right away.]

PC: Alright.

Auditor: Okay. Now get the concept of your father (or 'a' father, in case of several of them if you want him to take them all at once). Anything that comes to mind as you run this process is fine.

PC: Okay.

Auditor: Good, now put it above you...... ( etc. etc. to E.P.)

Auditor: Now get a concept of you and your father together.

PC: Okay.

Auditor: Good. Now put them above you.......( etc. etc. to E.P.)

Auditor: Now we'll run your past with regards to your father.

PC: Okay.

[With 2W/C, auditor determines the length of time and which years are to be handled. It depends on the amount of charge and the PC's interest. I start with whatever period of time the PC is most interested in, and go from there.]

Auditor: Get a concept of that period of time with regards to your father.

PC: Okay.

Auditor: Good, now put it above you....( etc. etc. to E.P.)

Auditor: Move to the beginning of that period of time.

PC: Okay.

Auditor: Move through to the end of that period of time with regards to your father.

PC: Done.

Auditor: Did anything come up as you were scanning? [You want what came up as he was scanning, not 'what happened' in the incidents, which may be flat by now]

PC: Yes.

Auditor: How charged did it seem?

PC: Not very.

[At this point the auditor has the choice of reverting back to the 6-Dir process or continuing to have the PC scan, depending on the severity of the charge. Auditor always ends with a final scan through to make sure that period of time with regards to that subject is completely flat.]

Auditor: How does that period of time regarding your father seem now?

PC: It's flat.

[Auditor at this point moves on to the next action. Session is ended per the R3X writeup end of session processes.]

And that's basically how a typical session goes.

The session is tailor made by the auditor for the PC's individual case before each session, but follows the same general format of addressing periods of time regarding charged terminals with a combination of narrative style dianetics and the 6-Dir process.

Robert Ducharme