Telepathic metering 4
October 30, 2003 on R3X Course
From a post to the Freezone America Board:
Posted on Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:06 pm:
The funny thing about telephone auditing is that anybody could do it and it would expand the auditing field tremendously, and yet I note so little being mentioned about it.
As for "telepathic metering", nothing could be simpler or more natural, providing one has a sensitive enough meter. I use a Clarity meter with a homemade clear plastic tone arm disk and the sensitivity set at 32. I can't imagine that anybody here couldn't get reads telepathically when auditing someone. And the reads are quite reliable. When I see a blowdown, I know something has changed for the Pc. When I see an F/N, I know that an end of cycle has been reached.
I used to (and sometimes still do) have an often recurring dream, that I was finding piles of valuable and not so valuable coins on the ground and everybody else around walked by ignoring it it all while I got busy scooping it up. I don't know if that was a metaphor for the tech I've been using or the financial gains from doing that, however moderate. In any case, I see a virtually unlimited market for people who would like to get over deaths of loved ones or past traumas and mishaps, locate the cause of their children's depression, clear up their floundering relationships, etc. There are many avenues by which to advertise this - new age publications for starters. I'm only one person and I have no way of being able to handle that many potential PCs, not to mention students, on my own. There's a whole world out there that is suffering and wishing for answers.
We don't need to start with formal orgs. We could start with processing out peoples' engrams and past upsets. Do it with dianetics and it can all be done easily by phone. One possible bridge for the beginners (whether auditors or PCs) would be to clear up their entire present lifetimes with four-flow lock scanning on all the stressful incidents of this lifetime, done using the tools and techniques contained in the R3X write-up. That alone could keep a lot of people busy for a long time.
Whatever is done, any action is better than no action. The only thing I would caution people to do is to get formally trained somewhere (Rey Robles' place in Sedona, Arizona, for instance) so that one can be equipped to have and maintain a continuous streak of successful sessions. Nothing is more depressing for an auditor than to give his Pcs loses. Auditors with continuing overts on auditing will eventually quit the practice altogether one way or another. The best way of ensuring a perfect track record is to make sure that no session is ended off with anything less than an F/N and VGIs - or at the very least a flat point and a red flag.
I believe we have the makings of an internet-centered org with the telephone as the main vehicle for auditing. People only need to believe that it can be done. Once enough people found out and told other people about this, then there could be an eventual critical mass reached where it would become "the thing to do", and eventually at some point, even the mainstream media could no longer ignore scn tech.
But the way to start is by doing something that one has certainty on (Dianetic auditing, for instance) and building on that.
I'm reminded of two old sayings: "Every journey begins with the first step." and "Watch out for that first step, it's a doozie." :-) The latter one can be mitigated with proper formal training.