Hold It Still 

References
HCOB Training Bulletin 6 February 1957 "Procedure CCH" 

Description
Hold It Still will improve the person's ability to control his environment. 

Commands
The processor asks the person to select a number of objects in the room
which appear really real to him. The processor then selects two of these
objects. These objects should be of a size that is easy to handle with the
hands, and of a significance as nonrestimulative as possible to the person.
The processor then selects two of these objects and places them either on a
table in front of the person within easy reach and with some distance
between them, or else on the arm of the person's chair, one object on each
arm. 
The commands of the process are: 
"Pick up the (indicated object)." "Good." 

"Hold it still." "Good." 

When the person has kept it from going away for at least an instant and
with good certainty, the processor then says, 
"Put it back exactly where you found it." "Good." 

The processor then says, indicating the other object: 
"Pick up the (indicated object)." "Good." 

"Hold it still." "Good." 

When the person has kept it from going away for at least an instant and
with good certainty, the processor then says, 
"Put it back exactly where you found it." "Good." 

The process is then repeated. 


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

Cautions
None.