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By Lana M.

Here is a great reference and tool to help friends, family and anyone you encounter. It is a superb process you can apply across the dynamics, including the first.

I have been playing with this recently, on a personal basis in my home, with my kids, with my work. I have also started to use it with family members, and with locals in my community.

Works brilliantly!

Give it a try.

The keynote of handling any area is to bring order. Every time you put some order into a pc or a group or society, a little confusion blows off. Ignore the confusion. It is transitory. Order is not. It stays. Therefore the more order (not necessarily the more activity) you put into things the more continuance you have.

“This is new data, extremely important and should be carefully gone over again and again and applied. It is data that brings big wins in society, in a group or a pc. Bring a little order. Get the pc to see that he can bring order into his affairs. Ak him bluntly, “What order could you bring into your life?” And his case will start resolving.

“The highest ability of a thetan is to bring order. Therefore, orderly processing brings results, disorderly processing does not. All an ARC break is is a disorder.

“What order, then, can a trained auditor bring to his area? Into his own life? Into his pc’s? Into his group? That is the question worth answering.

“The confusion that flies off when the order is entered in seems so important to many orders that they Q-and-A with it. They stop pursuing order and start pursuing confusion. Never change from order to disorder just because confusion blows off. Let the confusion go. if you want it all gone, put more order into it. That’s why CCH works when properly used.

“An auditor who just starts a group blows some disorder out of a society. The disorder flies into view. Ignore it. Just put some more well-run, exactly scheduled group there. More disorder discharges. Order put in too suddenly always discharges disorder too fast. That’s an explosion. You don’t want that. Leave explosions to the government (its highest level of entering order is to blow everything up).

“Here’s a program. Get hold of all the people you have processed in the area you are in. Give them an interview. In it, as each one, “What order are you trying to bring into your life?” “What part of  your life?” Tell them that’s what Scientology is trying to help them do. You’ll have more pcs. Weld them into a group. Give them some Group Processing  Tone 40. Bring order into their lives.

“Take responsibility for every pc’s whole life. Take responsibility for all the reactive banks in your area. Clean them up by bringing more order.” LRH HCOB 6 January 1959 FIELD ACTIVITIES

 

13 thoughts on “Bring order

  1. Sounds like a lot of what has been going on in the “FZ” field…not the order, the Q&A with order and pursuit of confusion. Interesting ideas from multiple perspectives.

  2. Post: Let the confusion go. If you want it all gone, put more order into it. That’s why CCH works when properly used.

    The Survival Rundown(s) (1980) have whole sections near the end of the course that deals with Order vs. Disorder, incl. specific references only found in that course, ie. (Order Versus Disorder Step #2 Expanded (HCOPL 10 May 80)

    • WHO WOULD NOT BE PUT ON THE SURVIVAL RD?

      Any pc who is on or between R6EW, Clearing Course, OT I, OT II or OT III, or who has received NED for OTs auditing would not be put onto the Survival Rundown.

      The above are the only Grade Chart points where a pc can not receive the Survival RD. (Who Does The Survival Rundown [SRD 16] (HCOB 24 Jun 80)

      That reference, along with the entire SRD Series was cancelled at the time the Survival Rundown was quietly removed from the line-up. The 1991 Tech Vols no longer included them. The CO$ last year re-released the Course with great GAT II fanfare but we don’t what materials they are using if not the originals, since LRH directly and in person instructed Melanie Murray to compile them up into courses.

      Nonetheless, per SRD Series 16 quoted above, OTs were not to be put on that course, ie. even those who had received NED for OTs auditing. Yet the CO$ is doing exactly that.

      Since Solo NOTs is a direct continuation of NED for OTs, with NOTs Series 27 clearly indicating what the pre-OTs next step is, I can really only see someone being put on this RD after OT V if it’s clearly evident to the C/S the pre-OT is not flat on his earlier Objectives/CCHs and would be required as a remedy. But it seems the blanket C/S’ associated with “You may not be Clear” have no bounds.

      • FM: “Nonetheless, per SRD Series 16 quoted above, OTs were not to be put on that course, ie. even those who had received NED for OTs auditing. Yet the CO$ is doing exactly that.”

        Well, per the quote you referenced (see below), it seems that a pre-OT could be put on the SRD after OT III and before OT V/NOTs band. Also after OT VII completion.

        And that just doesn’t make sense. Unless it is a case of…The Bypassed Case!

        SRD 16: “WHO WOULD NOT BE PUT ON THE SURVIVAL RD?

        Any pc who is on or between R6EW, Clearing Course, OT I, OT II or OT III, or who has received NED for OTs auditing would not be put onto the Survival Rundown.”

        • Chris: Well, per the quote you referenced (see below), it seems that a pre-OT could be put on the SRD after OT III and before OT V/NOTs band. Also after OT VII completion.

          Hi Chris.

          New OT IV (OT DRD, even the NOTs DRD) and OT VIII (Solo NOTs) had not been released at the time this HCOB was issued. That’s why I referred to NOTs 27.

          • Ok. Solo NOTs (OT VII) was released what? September or December 1980? I’ll need to check. So that’s possible. New OT IV (OT Drug RD) was released 29 Jan 1980, six months before SRD Series 16. So it does beg further research. Thanks for the data so far, though.

  3. I have a no-definition here. I don’t know what the SRD consisted of. My red vols are earlier than the SRD, as is my tech dictionary. Can someone enlighten me about what actions were undertaken on this rundown? And while we’re at it, where on the Bridge was it supposed to be slotted?

    Paul

  4. Hi Paul.

    I’m posting SRD 16 here:

    HUBBARD COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE
    Saint Hill Manor, East Grinstead, Sussex

    HCO BULLETIN OF 24 JUNE 1980

    Remimeo
    Dissem Secs
    Distrib Secs
    Regges
    C/Ses

    Survival Rundown Series 16

    WHO DOES THE SURVIVAL RUNDOWN?

    Ref:
    HCOB 1 May 80 SRD Series 1
    THE SURVIVAL RUNDOWN
    HCOB 4 May 80 SRD Series 4
    C/S Series 110
    C/SING THE SURVIVAL RUNDOWN
    HCOB 23 Dec. 71 C/S Series 73
    THE NO-INTERFERENCE AREA
    HCOB 12 May 80
    DRUGS AND OBJECTIVE PROCESSES

    The Survival Rundown has been especially developed as the next step after the Purification Rundown.

    The Survival Rundown results in a person feeling in present time and able to control and put order into the environment. He will have greatly increased survival potential.

    The majority of pcs do need the Survival Rundown and they should get it at an appropriate place in their program; the best time being immediately following the Purification Rundown. The C/S adjudicates this of course with full use of the C/S Series and the Survival RD Series.

    The only prerequisite for the Survival RD is the Purification RD.

    WHO WOULD NOT BE PUT ON THE SURVIVAL RD?

    Any pc who is on or between R6EW, Clearing Course, OT I, OT II or OT III, or who has received NED for OTs auditing would not be put onto the Survival Rundown.

    The above are the only Grade Chart points where a pc can not receive the Survival RD.

    (Note: The Survival RD has not yet been piloted on any pcs who are on or have completed NED for OTs so such pcs are not to be C/Sed onto the Survival RD at this time.)

    The Survival Rundown is the key to increased survival for your public, staff and the org.

    Most importantly, it is a big step on the Bridge and it opens the way to mental and spiritual processing with more gains than ever before.

    Flood people onto the Survival Rundown. Your org will boom with this rundown. It changes lives!

    L. RON HUBBARD
    Founder

    • FM,

      I think what Ron is referring to as CCHs are those covered in the HCOB Training and CCH Processes.

      Whether CCHs can be run on OTs. This is covered in what was called the OT IV Rundown part of Class VIII C/S Actions and covered in C/S Series 13R in the original Tech Vols.

      Personally as in MHO this debate has deflected from what Ron says in the ref cited.

      My understanding is that pretty much any objective process was considered a “CCH” i.e. as a process that would improve control communication and havingness and would include even more advanced objective process such as the ones you find in COHA and those run on the Original OT Levels.

      True the Church running Objectives or CCHs on everyone no matter what level of the Grade Chart they are on is grossly out tech and is invalidative to the extreme of those who had actually gotten the EP of the Objective RD or the SRD.

      Personally I don’t know why they dropped the SRD originally and replaced it with the Objectives since there were a number of processes like Order vs Disorder and handling a Confusion developed by Ron specifically for the RD that anyone could have benefitted from.

      Probably just another example of quickieing like removing the original OT levels and replacing them with “New” ones because the only requirement was “New OT VII” personally I think Ron called it that so that it wouldn’t get confused with the “old” OT VII which can be run at any point after III and would have certainly acted as a boost to NOTs if fully and properly done.

      Anyway in my opinion it is the auditor’s and C/Ses job to run objectives on the PC or Pre OT at level after the Non-Interference Zone if they find their EPs were By Passed.

      Not by some blank one size fits all fiat ordered by RTC.

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