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By Milestone Two crew

There have been several articles in the past detailing the importance of training, as a Scientologist. There is a reason why training is one whole half of the Bridge — and there is unquestionable truth in half of gains coming from training.

We came across this Professional Auditors Bulletin and for us, it so clearly shows why there are OTs that fall on their heads and Clears who go off the rails, not to mention former Scientologists who throw the whole body of work out the window, based on their own lack of gains or rollercoaster.

“The preclear has an entirely different goal from the auditor. The preclear is there to get well: the auditor is there to make the preclear well.

“When we consider this further, we see that the ability of the auditor to control minds and mental reactions is dependent upon his getting results in preclears. The preclear’s results simply stem from the preclear’s gained ability to control his own mind and its reactions. Thus, of course, we have entirely different values.

“An auditor who does not consistently get good results is going to have his own case cave in on him. The only way an auditor can keep his case up is to get continuous and predictably excellent results upon preclears. Thus an auditor, to have his case in good order, would have to be in good order as an auditor; he would have to be able to get results upon those he processed. In view of the fact that he could get results upon other human beings, he could then, of course, know continuously that he could control human reactions and mental reactions; and so, with this confidence and this control, be completely unworried about his own case and be able to do actually anything he wished with his own mental machinery.

“The case of the auditor actually depends upon his successes in auditing. Thus in the Certification Course in Phoenix we stress today only the skill of an individual to audit, and we discover consequently that, as the auditor gets results upon his fellow student and as he gets results on outside preclears, his own belief in his ability to handle the human mind soars to such an extent that as a case he ceases to be in the concern category. He of course is audited and without being audited he would not know the results which would happen in a preclear, but his actual case gains depend on his gains on preclears.

“Now with today’s techniques we can guarantee those results on preclears. We can demonstrate to any auditor that he can make anybody well, if the person is even vaguely breathing, simply by using with skill and understanding, as trained, the above six processes and the seventh, which is actually an understanding. Here is the problem of the auditor’s case resolved. The way to have one’s case in excellent condition is to have continuing confidence in one’s ability to get results on preclears. In the Certification Courses in Phoenix and London we work solely in the direction of giving an auditor confidence in his ability to handle the aberrations of others and we discover that with this gained confidence the fear of his own behaviour vanishes; and thus an auditor becomes a very, very capable Clear.”  LRH PAB 42 Six Basic Processes, 24 December 1954

The question is — are you a competent auditor that gets good results?

Are you able to take someone in session, and bring a preclear up to a point of cause with their own bank?

If you are one of the vast many who cannot do this, the question becomes – when are you going to?

If you want your own case in good order, then you need to be an auditor that is in good order.

We have the materials, the lectures, the checksheets. We have courserooms and a network of Qual terminals, C/Ses and Word Clearers. We can sort out false data, arbitraries and confusions implemented as part of the Golden Age of Tech.

And there is no lack of people to audit.

Taken step by step, with dedication and persistence, anyone can become a great auditor!

 

2 thoughts on “Why be an auditor?

  1. Too true Ingrid. I remember LRH saying somewhere on a tape that the pcs TA and the auditors TA are the same at the session end. Makes sense when you think that an auditor would be extremely empathetic with his pc.

    ML Tom

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