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Other technology about the mind / Re: Articles from Homer Wilson Smith
« Last post by supreme on Today at 08:29:37 am »
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An auditor is one who asks questions and listens, with the intent
of helping a pc clear some area of charge in his life.

What if the auditor erupts in laughter at the incident the pre-clear is relating? Then what?
Did you ever get an answer to your question?  I used to want to be an auditor, and now I'm very happy just being a welcome "Prresence" while the person on the other end does the RI and Timebreaking.  So much less effort  :)

No, I never got a reply to my question.
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This video is very compelling:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFzDaBzBlL0&feature=youtu.be

it shows that you really just have a set of conditioned programs and can switch one set for the other.
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Other technology about the mind / Re: Radical Honesty
« Last post by supreme on Today at 08:25:48 am »
What a suprise to see this as a TEDx talk - a step forward for mankind :-)

Very few people can handle the intimacies of another terminal without getting triggered. Until you have been through the Scientology bullbaiting exercise (or communication course) and shown yourself immune to the words of others, you will only get scarred when someone unloads on you.

I woke up with a splitting headache the day after someone yelled "**** you, **** you **** you!" over and over to me because he didnt like my opinion.

And the instruction in Radical Honesty is horrible. Nothing is written down or well-planned and they start the practice without giving the theory. It leads to a room full of confused people who fail the exercises.

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Other technology about the mind / Re: Enneagram
« Last post by Karalee (formerly Colleen) on Today at 03:08:16 am »
Hi, Cory, it's very workable, isn't it?  Have you studied and used it?
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Other technology about the mind / Re: Radical Honesty
« Last post by Karalee (formerly Colleen) on Today at 03:06:40 am »
What a suprise to see this as a TEDx talk - a step forward for mankind :-)
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Whenever I attempt this process or something similar but with more direction (i.e., "What am I") mind-stuff keeps coming up and out.   There is discharge accompanying this approach or else it would not be worth doing.


"What am I" is the question asked in Kwan Um Zen.
Focusing on "I am" cuts all thought at the root because behind every thought is the thought "I am this" or "I am that"



I believe as Dennis says that the reason these sorts of processes come to a grinding halt is lack of some sort of havingness process.


I suppose when you are a Buddhist and trying to drop all attachment, you dont want any havingness :)
If this came to a halt or got boring, you could go on to Koan practice.

You will notice that Niz probably got his havingness from smoking -- just a guess.

I dont know what you mean by "havingness process" and "getting havingness". Can you give some examples?


Dennis calls "havingness", Repair of Importances, and cites it as necessary for as long as we still have a mind that abhors a vacuum due to erasure during timebreaking.  It smoothes the path, temporarily quiets the mind. If I don't run havingness, or R.I. I get the munchies (havingness of mass).  Any creative practice could probably be equivalent.
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An auditor is one who asks questions and listens, with the intent
of helping a pc clear some area of charge in his life.

What if the auditor erupts in laughter at the incident the pre-clear is relating? Then what?
Did you ever get an answer to your question?  I used to want to be an auditor, and now I'm very happy just being a welcome "Prresence" while the person on the other end does the RI and Timebreaking.  So much less effort  :)
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A buddhist meditation towards being complementary with life.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qqSdWS8qgM

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As a Trommer you might find this complementary.  As a trommer I would qualify some words with "fixed...." or "compulsive ...", and I would change "control" to "dominate" or "manipulate". 
That's the problem with translations - one must subjectively know in order to fully correctly translate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxEvRoAaYBM&t=391s
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