Running the key-in mechanism chain

December 5, 2009 from R3X Blog

The key-in mechanism is the most productive single item I have ever run on anybody so far. After running this item people have consistently attained the state of clear. In fact I know of nobody yet who has completed running this item and who hasn't either gone clear or solidified his/her state of clear.

The reason why this item works toward clear is because it hits directly at the mechanism by which the bank gets restimulated. If the reactive mind is all about reacting automatically, then if one were to undo of the mechanism by which one reacts automatically, one would in effect overcome the forces of the reactive mind.

The key-in mechanism, even though it seems rather odd as an item, does exist as a chain. How would one run the key and mechanism as a chain? I know of two ways so far. One way is to consult a Radionics practitioner for the exact date of a this-lifetime key-in incident. If anyone needed this service, I would be glad to provide it by connecting that person up with Magnus who is an expert on the Radionics machine.

The second method is less esoteric, more conventional, and therefore more readily accepted by mainstream practitioners. This method calls for the auditor to give the command: "located a time when you experienced a key-in mechanism incident." This is done with good TR1, and is followed by steering by the auditor as needed.

Actually, it would be better to thoroughly handle the basic key-in mechanism incident from this lifetime first before going whole track on this chain. The reason for this has been addressed in recent posts concerning the importance of running this-lifetime basic incidents along any given chain.

So the actual command, when that factor is taken into account, would be more like "locate a time from this present lifetime when you experienced a key-in mechanism incident."

But preliminary to that would be the clarification of the words and concept of "key-in mechanism". The definition of key-in can be found in the tech dictionary. The definition for mechanism as found in the Random House dictionary is quite sufficient. It says: "the agency or means by which an effect is produced or a purpose is accomplished."

In running a key-in incident, it is advisable to, at the end of running each incident, ask the PC if he can see a relation between the key-in mechanism and the incident he just ran. The idea is to keep him focused on that aspect of the incidents that he runs.

One additional note to this is that the Pc should be run on at least one chain back to whole track basic-basic (original separation from static) before beginning on the key-in mechanism chain. The reason is that this is such an important item that it shouldn't be wasted on a partially run chain.

Other than the above, the key-in mechanism chain is run just like any other chain.

Robert