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Self Analysis after Level Three
« on: September 06, 2019, 04:53:37 pm »
The following is NOT standard TROM nor is it standard Scientology.  It's not standard anything, actually.  Rather, it's just a record of my ongoing case study.

After re-doing level three with the expanded commands (see my post "Resolving Level Three" ) I started doing Self Analysis.  I am well into the lists now, just finishing the list on "sound".

I LOVE doing it.  It's a nice break from handling all these charged incidents to now run pleasure moments.  Validate the positive rather than try to get rid of the negative.

My THEORY is this-- I don't think TROM is necessarily a substitute for Scientology.  I think it complements it well.  I think it handles things Scn doesn't and vice versa.

I like having both subjects at my disposal.

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Re: Self Analysis after Level Three
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2019, 05:59:39 pm »

I see trom as an improvement to upper level scientology . Dennis said he never was able to pass trom along to LRH in time.

I don't know what the upper levels are like at the top of the bridge . I do know that L5 is = to OT 8.

I know what they both have in common and how they differ. I don't have specifics.

They both lead to  " there "  a place where Dennis made it to but never met anyone else who had .
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Re: Self Analysis after Level Three
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2019, 09:13:31 pm »
Thanks for responding!

The 2 main things that make TROM special are:

1) The ability to handle your case solo-- and in a way that's more advanced than Self Analysis or Handbook for Preclears (though the two books are nothing to sneeze at)
2) Dennis solved the flaw in Goals processing by running opposing postulates correctly rather than running identities.

I am back on level five now and have been for at least a few weeks.  I STILL do Self Analysis, but only a page of it after my TROM session is over.

The Self Analysis REALLY helps stabilize me mentally after a session is over, because sometimes I just can't get enough RI done to stop myself from pulling in significances.  The Self Analysis really brings my havingness up.

I am sure the Church would scream if they knew I was using one of their sacred texts in that manner.  I think if Dennis were alive today, I could at least have an intelligent discussion with him about it.