New PC program

May 16, 2007 on R3X Course

From posts to the Yahoo Dianetic_R3X_Discussion Group:
May 16, 2007

The proper gradient that has a track record of working is:

1. Obvious major incidents run narrative style.
2. Lifetime scanning starting with chain scanning out the last few months or so to start out with and moving on to the first 5 or 10 (usually 10) years of life.
3. Charged terminal rundown, running it for the entire lifetime at once on each of the flows. By the time the lifetime scanning cycle is finished, running the entire lifetime regarding a terminal is not a problem. Usually I like to get to the influences in childhood (like the parents) as soon as possible. Sometimes the present time spouse or place of work takes precedence though.
4. Finding a charged item and running it wholetrack. If the person cannot go backtrack, one can always end up with scanning out this lifetime 4 flows regarding that item.

Of course there could always be exceptions, but the above is the usual course.

Robert D.

(And the response to some questions re this):

On #2, Robert, would you suggest running this generally, then by four flows?
I always do it that way. The first [general] scans run the surface charge, then running each of the other flows always uncovers more and deeper charge.

And do you have any comments now on doing the four flows on the first chunk of time, then the four flows on the second chunk of time etc.; or on doing the first flow command through the whole lifetime, chunk by chunk, then the second flow through the whole lifetime etc.?
I have done it both ways. I prefer to do it all at once right away because the basic charge for this lifetime is in childhood, plus if the person's attention is already on one particular chunk of time, we might as well continue with the other flows on it. But it will work either way.

On #3, similarly, run it generally first on a terminal before doing the four flows?
Yes. I don't see any downside to taking that extra step. It doesn't really take any longer to do it that way and it takes some of the "debris" out of the way first.

Robert D.