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General Discussion / Piezoelectric Augmentation
« Last post by survivor on February 09, 2020, 12:12:54 pm »
Piezoelectric Augmentation

Apparently, I have found a way to get more charge reduction per session by using piezoelectric augmentation.
Dr. Norman Shealy is a neurosurgeon and Dr. of psychology who has spent decades of research in the use of acupuncture and electrotherapy for pain control. He holds 11 patents for electro-medical devices and was the inventor of the TENS device.

Dr. Shealy believes that wearing a pouch over the chest containing shattered sapphire interacts with the energy body in such a way that coronary bypass surgery would never be necessary.

The last few years I have had the occasional odd beat, so I decided to try the sapphire pouch which Dr. Shealy sells for $67.15 at this website:  https://normshealy.shop/collections/piezoelectric-healing/products/sapphire-pouches

Wearing the pouch at least a few hours each day did eliminate the odd beat; however, more interestingly, when I forgot to take it off before going into session I found that it had other effects as well.

I have hesitated posting about this because I think that it could be a distraction for someone who is not yet on level 5 or who is having trouble running smoothly with the must be known postulate group. I was 200 session hours into level 5 and running smoothly when the discovery was made 6 months ago. Since that time, I have used it in over 100 session hours with benefit in each session.

The method that I use is as follows. The session is started without the sapphire pouch. Repair of importance is run, then the day’s events repaired, and then the appropriate postulate pair is run until end phenomena. Repair of importance is run and then the sapphire pouch is placed around the neck and more repair of importance is run. Next the same postulate pair that was run earlier is put back up and rerun to end point followed by repair of importance.

For me this procedure invariably allows me to get more charge off the postulate pair than was achieved in the first part of the session, sometimes much more charge.

This has worked for me. If it works for any of you, please post about your experience.

Regards,
Survivor
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Case studies / Do you TROM with or without an e-meter?
« Last post by TromFan on December 15, 2019, 11:20:19 pm »
If the cookie-cutter answers above don't fit you, please leave a comment!
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General Discussion / If you can help me with my little project....
« Last post by TromFan on November 26, 2019, 03:28:44 pm »
When I studied and re-studied the materials of TROM until I understood it and could use it, the thing that kept repeating itself in the back of my mind was, 'How in the world would someone without a Scientology background understand this?"

The second-most thing that kept recurring in my mind was, "How could someone with a Scientology background -respect- this?"
And by that I am not talking about the actual theories.  I am talking about materials that are riddled with poor editing-- mis-spellings, inadequate glossaries, and improper formatting (take a look at what I posted about level 5c and how the steps are improperly written down for selecting a junior universe and running it.  Without the original TROM writeup to compare it to, one would be lost as to what to do when).

TROM, in order to be -respected- by Scientologists looking for an alternative, or Non-Scientologists starting from scratch, needs to have materials that at the very least, meet minimum publishing standards. 

Slowly but surely, I am correcting these problems.  The glossary I posted in "Read TROM here" is the way a glossary should be for an introduction to the subject.  The two lectures I have proofread and provided glossaries for, also can be understood by the laymen as well.

TROM doesn't necessarily compete with Scientology.  Scientology is actually the background data for TROM.  Dennis says so himself.  We need to keep in mind that the Church puts out gorgeous, well-edited, well-formatted books with comprehensive glossaries.  There should be something comparable to that for Trommer-wannabes, or those just curious.

I don't want to do this alone.  I will if I have to, but it will just take much longer.

Anyone who has compiled glossaries, done any proofreading or editing on lectures, or any other work to clarify the materials, please send it to TromFan@gmail.com .

I especially need help clarifying Boolean algebra.  Though I have a rough understanding of it, explaining it to someone else is a bit of a challenge for me.

Some of you more trained and experienced Scientologists can help me understand NOTs a bit better.  If you have any references, this would be great.

We don't have the sales force or the powerful organization behind us.  BUT we can at least bring the presentation of these materials up to a level where they can be respected by those who read self-help books. 

I am not doing this for money.  I've already informed the current TROM publisher that he can use anything I have proofread, and any glossaries I have posted in his books and I don't want anything in return for it.  If he never updates the books, that is his prerogative.  He's done his part in at least making the materials available to the public.  And, on the positive side, we can thank him for that, and we need not make any further demands of him.  So instead, I am going to continually publish my corrections on this forum with the intent of putting a "cleaner face" on the TROM materials.

Will you help me?
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Read TROM here / Re: The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by TromFan on November 08, 2019, 03:17:09 pm »
Wow, I was surprised to see in that last article how the one guy considered TROM "drudgery".  I feel bad for the guy not getting results from TROM.

But I am fine with myself, though.  I would not have done two hours a day for a year if I didn't find it the most fascinating thing I've ever done.

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Read TROM here / Re: The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by Dmitry on November 07, 2019, 10:04:31 pm »
ok :) thank you!
Someday I ll make this by myself, coz some interesting information is skiped.

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Have you taken a look at the glossary that's provided in "Read TROM here?"
No), i ll check this out. Thank u!

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But thanks for showing me that International Viewpoints link.
If u are interested in IVy articles about TROM - here they are:

SOME ASPECTS OF TROM (IVy 37, p.10)
In "TROM - A Better Bridge?" (IVy 31, p.29)
Some Aspects of TROM II(1) (IVy 39, p.28)
Black fives and TROM From IVy (38, p.12)
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Read TROM here / Re: The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by TromFan on November 07, 2019, 06:38:51 pm »
The only transcript I have is from tromhelp.com of Peter's version of TROM a Games Manual where he includes some of it in the introduction.

I am probably going to skip transcribing that one. 

Have you taken a look at the glossary that's provided in "Read TROM here?"  I made a complete one for Peter's TROM a Games Manual that he put on Amazon.  And I included words from The Creation of TROM section of that book.

But thanks for showing me that International Viewpoints link.  I had NO idea about that book Scientologie that was put out in 1934.

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Read TROM here / Re: The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by Dmitry on November 06, 2019, 08:23:14 pm »
Hi TromFan :)

Do u have the transcript of "The Creation of TROM" lection?
http://tromhelp.com/The-Creation-of-TROM.mp3

I have found one here - http://articles.ivymag.org/pdf/ivy17.pdf on page 23,
but it looks like some information was wiped out.

For example: 17:24 Dennis speaks: '...enormous mental calmness... Any time I want to completle calm... when I put myself on a meter - the needle was simple floating. I could do it instantly.'.

There is no such information in transcript.

Example 2: 15:23 - "Oh yes, it was painfull, it was restimulative"

No such information too.

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Read TROM here / Re: The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by mjh on November 04, 2019, 05:12:39 pm »
Nice Work! thanks for sharing
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Read TROM here / The Conditions of Life lecture transcript with glossary
« Last post by TromFan on November 03, 2019, 08:41:42 pm »
Hi again everyone!

As another step on my long-term project to tidy up the presentation of TROM materials which include proofreading, clarifications, and glossaries that laymen actually can understand, I proudly present to you the transcript with glossary for Dennis' lecture "The Conditions of Life".

I am not the original transcriber.  And I give credit to this person this time around, I had to do hardly any proofreading other than adding an occasional comma, that sort of thing.

I did add an introduction and a comprehensive glossary.

Once again, Peter, you are more than welcome to swap out the old transcription with the new and improved one to enhance the quality of your tromhelp.com site.  My work is for everyone to use and publish.

Attached is the transcript with glossary.  You need to be a member to download it.

You can listen to the lecture here:

http://tromhelp.com/services

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General Discussion / Re: One year of TROM
« Last post by TromFan on October 31, 2019, 07:00:55 am »
I think my main problem with level three was that I did not sufficiently timebreak emotions and postulates.  Once I figured out a set of commands for timebreaking an incident that included timebreaking my emotions, others' emotions, sensations, my postulates and others, I got a cleaner finish from timebreaking each incident.  So when I re-did level three for a few months I was much more certain of my completion.

Still, getting an e-meter and relearning how to use it is not a bad idea.  Sometimes I feel like this is taking too long, but now I don't feel so much if it can take another 7 years for level two.  Wow.
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