By Lana M

I have been auditing a preclear on Expanded Grade over the last couple of weeks.  My pc is winning and making superb progress through the level — but as an auditor I had my own cognition and realisation which I wanted to share.

Let me explain.

Every LRH process is powerful — even those that are seemingly innocuous.

And if reading on the meter, each process provides a means to sort out some part of the preclear’s life which is causing them trouble. Each reading process, when taken up will deal with non-confront, alter-is, confusion, not-is or bypassed charge — freeing the preclear to that degree from his/her reactive mind.

But to take that reading process through to full Scientology EP – with floating needle, cognition, VGIs and release, requires WORK.

It requires work from the auditor. But just as importantly and even more key — it requires work from the preclear.

Without the willingness, cooperation, intention and persistence of the preclear to work through each and every reading process (with the assistance and direction of the auditor), they have no hope.

It can sometimes take an hour or two or three (or more) to get the full EP — and it is not going to be easy going. Mass moves in and out. Dope-off can occur. Emotions can range from deep apathy, to fear, or anger or even boredom. Without the dedication and desire to get to through anything and everything that is going to surface on that process, the preclear won’t make it.

There is no rabbiting.

There is no giving up.

There is no fleeing or abandoning the process once it has been started. The only way out is the way through.

A preclear, to go Clear, has to doggedly follow through and confront their reactive mind, process by process — with each consecutive step giving them back that little bit more free theta and capacity to do more.

I wanted to communicate this as I feel (and this is my opinion only) that the C of S propaganda over the last 20 years has all been about speed of gain — about less and less effort, work and real doingness required by the individual to move up The Bridge. It has become about about paying large sums of money to have the org/auditor get you to Clear or OT – rather than having to roll up your sleeves and do the hard yards.

An org and an auditor cannot get you to Clear or OT. That is folly.

Only the preclear/pre-OT can get themselves up The Bridge.

There is no easy route which enables one to skip all that “hard stuff” and simply skim off the cream from the top. If someone (such as the C of S) is promising such, they are frankly full of shit.

I congratulate all preclears who put in the hard yards and work to confront and tackle the reactive mind!

Every session, every process is getting you there!

“No case is really easy. A higher state attained is an uphill fight. So don’t underestimate the difficulty of Clearing.

“We went too long on the time track before developing and working at Scientology.

“BUT we can do it. And it is a lot more than worthwhile-it is vital that we do do it. If we miss now, we may be finished. For there is no help elsewhere and there never has been this technology or any successful mental technology.”  LRH, HCOB 9 July 1963

10 thoughts on “No ‘easy’ way

  1. Excellent quote Lana, and so true! It takes a lot of intention and confront to get yourself up the Bridge, but it is so worth it!

  2. Those of you who have been reading this blog for a while have seen that I post a lot. What you may not notice is that when I see a success story which ends with thanks to the auditor, the C/S and/or Ron, I always feel obligated to point out to the PC/Pre-OT that he/she, too, is a significant part of that effort. Without his persistence, his willingness to be there and communicate and his cooperation, none of these wins would be impossible. He deserves kudos as well. In fact, in my opinion, he deserves credit first and foremost. After all, the case he’s overcoming isn’t mine or someone else’s. It’s his/hers. Ron would probably say (and probably has) that it takes courage to tackle one’s own case, even with an auditor. And of course, as usual, he’s right.


    • Yes!!

      To have the courage to walk into the auditing room…that’s the stuff. Then the magic of what auditing really, truly is.

      What an adventure this is.

  3. Exactly Paul! I really hate how the current CofS now makes it *all* about Ron, not even the auditors, staff, or the PC, on every win and success story. It has turned it into idol worship and is very much low responsibility when you think about it when they attribute it all to Ron and not themselves! (Not saying he did nothing but it’s mostly a salute to LRH at every event)

    Interesting how this parallels the Abrahamic religions in which someone else is truly responsible for one’s salvation.

    • Ian:

      It used to drive me nuts when I would see Miscavige’s name mentioned in success stories. I’d read this and just think to myself, “What in the hell could Miscavige possibly ever have done to compare with anything Ron did?” Nothing! So what the hell is his name doing in there? Argh!


      • I’d like to thank Miscavige for his contributions for bungling cases so as to bring more business to the independent field for corrections and showing what works, and for serving as an example of what not to do with the technology and public relations.

        For any game, one must have a worthy opponent. He’s definitely making the process of planetary clearing that much more of a challenge, which means a better game I suppose if one is being kind.

        • “If one is being kind”.

          Or, Pan-determined 🙂

          He’s not so much worthy an opponent as a colossal incompetent. Low-brow goofus nonsense that gives one the “creaks” just to listen to him let alone DO anything this nincompoop suggests.

  4. I love the this scene from the “Game of Thrones”-series. After defeating the slave masters of a city the former slaves had been asked to come to the winner. She is waiting in front of the town. (Read the text of what she has to say. She speaks in a fantasy language. And enjoy!)

  5. Again,

    “Purpose only becomes real when it gets to the blood, sweat and tears, stage, you know? You have to suffer a little bit. If there’s no suffering involved at all, nobody knows he’s experiencing anything.

    Another thing that’s quite interesting about such an activity, it always requires a certain amount of sacrifice – always requires a certain amount of sacrifice – whether of time or of personal interest or even personal possessions, some slight degree.

    A big game always requires some sacrifice.” LRH (Today’s Battle of Britain, 8 October 1956)

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