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Radical Honesty
« on: January 01, 2018, 06:37:51 am »
This is a very popular technique right now and you can see that the developer had some exposure to Dianetics at some point:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_Fp93OtaHE

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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #1 on: April 21, 2018, 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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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2018, 08:58:37 pm »
Yes, any trained scientologist could have set that up better, i.e., theory plus practical, plus some simple scio tech. Besides, being brutally honest sounds like it could be a non-life goal ... honesty either creates more separation ... or it closes the gap.

But, yesterday I took my RI to another level and RI'd "another" by actually being them, getting into their viewpoint re their importances, and that gave me another reveal on how our minds create separation.

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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2018, 11:49:34 pm »
It was good thanks. I felt a little bored at first but it got more intesting wheb he talked about reactive minds. I thought this guys a scientologist. But then i thought how he wasnt because he talked about the three minds and they had different names than scientolgies dianetics. Like the anylytical mind he calls it something else. I liked his talk about being honest. Id live to just say blunty to my boss your a miserable ass hole controller who hasnt got anything hetter to do than pick on things that are unimporant. Lol. But i wont do that ill lose my job. But wow. Thanks again.

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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2018, 09:22:28 am »
Cory, too bad you have to suppress how you feel about your boss.  Watch out for those covert game strategies.

BTW, did you know that "To Control" is actually a life goal, but it can degrade into non-life goals like to manipulate or to dominate or tyrannize.

I hope you get to blow off some energy re your boss so that he won't be able to make your life miserable at work.

The New Testament advice to early Christians was to speak the truth in love, and "brutally honest" sounds opposite, because of the adjective "brutal". My Trom twin is "carefully honest" with me (politely honest) because he has seen me blow a gasket at times until I saw my own overts and calmed down again.

How about instead of being brutal we first look for our own associated overts and motivators?


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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2018, 06:34:23 pm »
Yes being brutally honest sounds bad for sure. I think thats just the beinginess of a boss, to be picky and complain about even the smallest of things. But ive never been a boss so I wouldn't know lol.

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Re: Radical Honesty
« Reply #6 on: July 17, 2018, 02:25:34 pm »
Some bosses can have a heart of gold and still be a micro-manager, but it sounds like manager's lack of trust is about some unresolved overts re not being trustworthyi, plus some prior motivators.  He's just key'ing in other's incidents re lack of trust, etc., sigh.