Attention 

References
Tape: 5405C05 "Efficacity of Processing"" 

Description
An individual who is sitting there waiting for an effect is simply waiting
for something else to shift their attention. And you see this clearly:
Waiting for something else to shift their attention. They are very
dependent upon other-determinism changing their direction or intensity of
attention. The processor directs the attention until the person himself
takes over. And this is the entire mechanic of processing. 
You want to make a very simple statement that you can then use many times.
Now if we just took this as a definition process, we could tell the person
to put his attention on the bulletin board; now take it off the bulletin
board and put it on the wall, and take his attention off the wall and put
it on the ceiling, and take it off the ceiling and put it on the
nothingness in the center of the room. And then put it on the floor and
then put it back on his head, and you're liable to find him exteriorized
right there. 


Commands
"Put your attention on the (wall)." 
"Thank you." 

"Now take your attention off the (wall) and put it on the (floor)." 

"Thank you." 

"Now take your attention off the (floor) and put it on the (ceiling)." 

"Thank you." etc. to end point. 


End Point
Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained. 

Cautions
None.