February 25, 2003 on R3X Course
From a post to the Yahoo formerscio list:
From: "Robert D."
Date: Tue Feb 25, 2003 10:34 am
Subject: R3XD - more data
Here is a list of possible items for running with the R3X process. They are simply items I've been jotting down in notes over the last several months. They're (mostly) in alphabetical order and not in logical sequence.
I would assess the list for items only after the 8 dynamics had been cleared with R3XD.
Some items may be redundant, superfluous, or not profitable to run. I don't know as I haven't run many of them yet. Some are basic items culled from LRH lectures and books.
On another subject, I am finding that running the 8 dynamics with R3XD from the viewpoint of the All That Is can lead to the person, from then on, running all items from the viewpoint of the All That Is and so clear the item on a grander scale and possibly affect the universe in ways that go beyond conventional thinking. Everybody who has run the dynamics from the ATI viewpoint so far assures me that they are definitely satisfied with the results and that it's a course well worth pursuing.
Also, an additional command I've been using is to have the Pc scan the time tracks of all the other individuals in the basic shift area. That is done after having the Pc scan the shift from the viewpoints of all the individuals or others. The command also works for the MEST viewpoint.
[Various scales or lists are shown first. Then follow items in alphabetical order. No attempt has been made to indicate relative importance. -Ed.]
Scales containing many items
Chart of Attitudes Dichotomies
Emotional Tone Scale items
Know-to-Mystery Scale items
Affinity, reality, or communications breaks
Assumptions (of bodies)
Assumptions (of beingness)
Control (repressed or compulsive)
Creation, survival, destruction
Desire to be an affect curiosity alert must have an offer ???????
Emotional Tone Scale (as a single item)
Emotions - (repressed or compulsive)
Fear (a cause of out ethics)
Forgetting - amnesia
Glee of insanity
Having to be something+no right to be nothing
Havingness (feeling of lack of)
Hit by barrier and holding on
Insanity (as an emotion)
Intimidation of ("too much") freedom
Making nothing out of (something/someone)
Making pictures (as an automaticity)
Mechanisms of agreement
Need for attention
Occlusion -- forgetting
Out-created (as invalidation)
Stimulation & sensation
Unable to act
Unable to punish
Waiting to agree
Weak - tired - ineffective
Work (as a negative feeling)