Order of importances: Lifetime Scanning, Charged Terminal rundown

September 3, 2010 from R3X Blog

I have found that the lifetime scanning tends to run relatively shallow. The charged terminal rundown as originally written out works very well in resolving PTS situations or whatever charge a person has on a particular terminal, especially the parents and close family members, but not excluding workplaces, certain co-workers, bosses etc.

If I were to run the special attention commands in conjunction with a charged terminal rundown, it would be with the idea of picking up single incidents or a series of related incidents and then taking those up.

Now the most significant period of time to run with the charged terminal rundown is a prenatal area. The reason why I prefer to run this area is because no matter what else is run from later on this lifetime, the charge reverts back to prenatal incidents. So one might as well start with that area if the PC can handle it.

So since the lifetime scanning is not quite as thorough as I once hoped, then maybe it would be just as well to skip that phase entirely and go with individual charged incidents or items, as one would get from a PC Assessment List, and when the PC runs out of those, go with the original charged terminal rundown on key terminals, and then running the more thorough charged terminal rundown (regarding the body and GE) on the prenatal area until that basic area it is all cleared out of all thoughts, emotions, efforts, and shock moments.

Now that's a SUGGESTED program. The auditors should ideally C/S for and audit the PC in front of him as opposed to relying on any rote system - at least when it comes to R3X.

Lifetime scanning still works, say, for extended periods of time such as "the last 6 months", or "the last 3 years", I would avoid running special attention commands with this procedure, though, and be selective about who I applied it to.

Robert D.