Special Attention process

August 26, 2004 on R3X Course

From: "Robert D."
Date: Thu Aug 26, 2004 1:24 pm
Subject: Special Attention process

The Special Attention process is used whenever the PC has encountered an area of track that is particularly charged and occluded. One would use this process on heavy engrams, implant incidents, GPMs, or any incidents that are unusually charged. Normally, this-lifetime incidents are not charged enough to need this process.

This process makes use of the thought-emotion-effort scale, effort being the most readily perceived by the PC and therefore the first of the three buttons used.

Even before effort, however, comes occlusion. So the first command is aimed at the blank area of the track.

After thought has been handled, there may still be comm lines extant. These are handled with the comm line command. Sometimes this command indicates, sometimes not, but it comes up often enough that it's still worth a try.

The purpose of this process is to penetrate through the occlusions of heavily charged areas. It works quite well in doing this.

The commands may seem numerous, but they do work, and the PC can quickly adjust to them.

The process is run only after the incident has been flattened with the usual R3X commands.

The commands for this process are as follows:

Blank Command:
"Move to the beginning of the incident."
"With special [or particular] attention to anything hidden, suppressed, overwhelming, invisible, or occluded, move through to the end of the incident."

Effort Command:
"Move to the beginning of the incident"
"With special attention to any force, energies, masses, resistance, efforts, or impact, move through to the end of the incident."

Emotion Command:
"Move to the beginning of the incident"
"With special attention to any emotions, feelings, or reactions, move through to the end of the incident."

Thought Command:
"Move to the beginning of the incident"
"With special attention to any thoughts, fixed ideas, decisions, postulates, questions, or (implanted) commands, move through to the end of the incident."

Comm Line Command:
"Move to the beginning of the incident"
"With special attention to any comm [or communication] lines, move through to the end of the incident."

These commands are not fixed in stone, and can be varied according to need. For instance, with the "effort" command, one could include "violence" or "flows" if deemed appropriate. But a balance has to be struck between being too extensive and too brief with the commands.

The Special Attention commands are run in the same way as the (general) R3X commands. One runs the command once through, then runs the 6-Dir process until flat, then runs the Special Attention command once again. One does this until that Special Attention command is flat. One then proceeds on to the next command, etc.

Robert D.