Tone scale items

February 23, 2004 on R3X Course

From a post to the R3X thread on the Freezone America Board:
Posted on Monday, February 23, 2004 - 01:17 pm:

It pays to assess the tone scale as a source of charge. A lot of people seem to indicate on anger and fear, but those are among the more obvious dramatizations in society. The other tones may actually indicate more strongly, which is why assessment pays off.

What running out a tone level does is to take any out-of-controlness off that tone level and so the person can afterwards dramatize that tone or not at will if he so chooses. What else running it does is to take all the overts and motivators off of the item so that it is then clean of any hidden postulates.

I find that practically every item you can name is classifiable under one tone level or another. So why not start by running out the entire tone level rather than running "fear of cats" or "sadness about death" or "angry at parents" etc.? Why not run "fear", "grief", and "anger"?

Robert D.