Process to Widen PT 

References
Tape: 6207C12 SHSBC 175 "Meter Training" 

Description
The less PT a person has, the more difficulty they have with the
perceptions of motion and stillness. 

The more present time they have, the easier it is to perceive motion and
stillness. Just to give you an odd example of this, an individual could be
run on: "Look around here and tell me what you're absolutely sure will be
here in one second." But then we start grading that up. Five seconds.
Twenty seconds. Half a minute. A minute. Five minutes. Ten minutes. All of
a sudden about this time, we're hitting such a wider fringe, the span is
too great. Now we have to look for a specific object. "How long are you
absolutely sure that door will be there." And then take your answer. You
would drill the person's perceptions into a broadening of present time. 


Commands
Part 1: "Look around here and tell me what you're absolutely sure will be
here in one second." 
The processor gradually increases the time when the person become certain
on one second. Five seconds, twenty seconds, half a minutes, a minute, five
minutes, etc. until the person is comfortable and is sure the object will
be there for an extended period of time. 

Part 2: "How long are you absolutely sure that (indicated object) will be
there." The processor runs this on various objects in and outside the room
to end point. 


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

Cautions
None.