Locational, Body and Room 
PAB No. 153 "C.C.H." 
Tape: "Procedure CCH Steps" 

Here we have the first example of extraversion-introversion. The commands
are: "Look at that _____. Thank you. Look at your _____(foot, hand, or
knee). Thank you." 
There is an alternative set of commands on this: "Notice the chair. Notice
your hand. Notice the wall." . 'Look';. 'Notice';They actually have a
difference. A person who is pretty dead in his head had better be told to
"Notice," because the strain and stress which will come on him through
trying to get out of his body and "look" at his head is so great he will
start pulling ridges to pieces. So, of the two, the safest is "Notice". The
other will exteriorize somebody. 

They are two different sets of commands, two different objects. "Look at
that way, look at your hand," etc., is liable to find a person out there
five feet outside his head. But if a person would not normally exteriorize
by his build, bank behavior, etc., you would use "Notice". 

In training we use, "Notice", but we must remember the process works
fabulously well with "Look". 

"Look at that _____." 
"Thank you. " 

"Look at your _____(foot, hand, or knee). " 

"Thank you." 

Alternate commands:
"Notice that _____." 
"Thank you. " 

"Notice your _____(foot, hand, or knee). " 

"Thank you." 

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