Direction Reversal 

References
Tape: 5403C18 4ACC-53 "Lecture on Orders: Duplication and Orders"
Tape: 5405C05 "Efficacity of Processes" 

Description
A process won't do the case any good if the process is being countered by
some kind of machine that tells him to do the opposite. In other words, if
the directions are thwarted at every turn by his automatic machinery. He,
of course, isn't going to get very far unless your directions go
immediately to the root of the problem, which is automatic machinery that
direction reversals him. So the things to do is to find out what gives him
a direction reversal. Well, it's this machinery. He's set it up at one time
or another and it's made to reverse images and it reverses orders and gets
to a point where it reverses words and reverses meanings and everything
else. He'll begin to believe that the future is the past and all kinds of
things as a result of such machinery. 
You could start from the point of him being machines and taking awfully
good care that you got him to be the machine. If that failed, which it
shouldn't, your next step of the thing would be to set him an example while
standing in front of him. You say "Raise your right hand." "All right,
raise your right hand again." "Now raise your left hand." Just straighten
him out mimicking you. But use reversed direction statements. Make him
throw the action and the statement apart in other words. 

You could say, "All right, what you want to do is to move your right foot"
while you moved your left foot. "Now move your left foot", while you move
your right foot. 

Now you can tell him in reverse: "Move your right foot," and you move your
right foot. And he has to move his left foot. Well, if he can master that,
he can then follow your orders. Try it out. 

"Now think of this carefully now, I want you to move your left hand." 

You, of course, have the order as being much more significant than the
actual direction. 

Now follow the action and to heck with the words. 

"Move your left hand. All right." 

"Let's just get a mirror image duplication of what I'm doing now and to
heck with the words." 

"Now move your left hand." 

If you get this straightened out between you and your viewer, you're liable
to find out all of a sudden he can execute some of your orders. 

You take the pressure off the words and actions. You give him a physical
motion to follow. It doesn't matter which way you do it as long as you and
the viewer are doing something to coordinate directions. 

Coordinate word directions and motion directions. You just get something to
coordinate them and you're all happy. He comes to an understanding of
something. It feels good after awhile if he can do this with positiveness. 

Another way to do it is to point south and say, "All right, north is south"
and have him point north for south. Call north south; south north, east
west, and west east. Have him get this very fixedly that these directions
are inverted. Do anything you want to in this particular department and you
will find that the machinery will all of a sudden start staring you in the
eye, unless you simply set out to confuse him terribly. If you have set out
to confuse him terribly, you will wind up with a confused viewer. 

What you're trying to do is play with a machine that reverses everything. 
You could say, "Now get the thought you must touch the top of your head.
Got that?" "Now touch your feet." 

"Now get the thought that you must touch your feet and touch the top of
your head." 

"Now get the thought that you must touch your right shoulder and touch your
left shoulder." 

"Now get the thought that you much touch your left shoulder and touch your
right shoulder." 

All of a sudden this horrible riddle of direction reversal will fall apart.
But of course, the best thing to do is of course the first process I gave
you, to be machines with some kind of certainty. Have him being machines.
You actually have him be a direction reversal machine and perform its
functions. 
You'd tell him. "All right now, be a machine which changes all the orders
around." 

"Now I'm going to give you the order to stand up and you tell the body to
sit down. You have the body receive the order and then you modify it." 

"All right, now when I tell the body to stand up, you let the body receive
that order but you tell the body to sit down. And enforce it." 

"I'll tell the body to move its head and you make sure that the body holds
its head still." 

"I'll tell the body 'Lift your chin' and you correct the order and make the
body drop its chin." 

Commands

Part I: 
Tell the viewer that he will be a machine that changes all the orders
around. You will give the body a command and for him to let the body
receive the order, then he will change the command. 

"Now I'm going to give you order to stand up and you tell the body to sit
down." 
"Stand up." 

"I'll tell the body to move its head and you make sure that the body holds
its head still." 

"Move your head." 

The processor carries on in this manner, having the person change the
orders around until an end point is reached. 

Part II: 
Stand if front of the viewer. Then give him orders to move a part of his
body while you move the opposite part of your body. 

"Move your right foot" while you move your left foot. 

And then you reverse this. 

"Move your left foot" while you move your right foot. 

"Move your right hand" while you move your left hand. 

Once he is doing this steadily and comfortably, you have him follow the
physical motion without paying an attention to the words. Run this part
until an end point is reached. 

Part III: 
Have the person point out directions in reversal. 

"Say north is south and point south." 

"Say east is west and point east. 

The processor continues having the person reverse directions until an end
point is reached. 

Part IV: 
"Now get the thought that you must touch the top of your head and touch
your feet." 

"Now get the thought that you must touch your feet and touch the top of
your head." 

The processor continues having the person run this until an end point is
reached. 

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

Cautions
None