Running rudiments with R3X

June 19, 2003 on R3X Course

From a post to the R3X thread on the Freezone America Board:
Posted on Thursday, June 19, 2003 - 07:10 am:

Running Rudiments with R3X Style Processing

This is a procedure that should have been included in the R3X writeup.

When a Pc starts out a session keyed in by the recent past, instead of running three rudiments (ARC Break, Missed Withhold, PTP) I simply have the Pc scan the recent past out. Normally that will be the period since the last session.

It's simply running R3R narrative style with the Six-Direction process between the first set of commands and the last set of commands.

The commands for this are:

1. Move to the beginning of that period of time. Scan through to the end of that period of time. (Done once)
2. Get that period of time and put it above you, below you, right of you, etc. (Until the process is flat)
3. Move to the beginning of that period of time. Move through to the end of that period of time. (Done until flat)

This method works every time, and because of the 6-Dir process, does not run as shallow or hang up on engrams as simple lock scanning might, and does not take an inordinate amount of time to complete.

I don't like to take up single incidents, but I will make exceptions if the situation warrants it.

I don't have anything against the use of the standard rudiments, but when auditing without [the Pc holding the cans], it's better to have a process that doesn't depend on following or indicating reads.

Robert D.