What's Safe for Him to Look at? 

References
Tape 5405C27 "How to do Viewpoint Straightwire" 

Description
Perceptions go off because a person believes that there a lot of things
around that aren't safe to look at, to see, to be, to hear. And so, he
keeps shutting down and putting up the screens. And he says, "Boy it must
be dangerous," because back of every screen, there's something dangerous.
Every time he put of a screen, it was to occlude something that was
dangerous to him. He didn't want to view. You can turn his perceptions on
just by asking him what's safe.
"What is this room is safe for you to look at? Get the connection between
this and contact, getting something in this room that's real. 

You just get the being to do the trick by asking him what's safe for him to
look at, what's safe for him to feel, to smell, to hear, and so on. That's
a very workable process and one that you should know. 


Commands
"What in this room is safe for you to look at?" repetitive to end point. 
"What in this room is safe for you to feel?" repetitive to end point. 
"What in this room is safe for you to smell?" repetitive to end point. 
"What in this room is safe for you to hear?" repetitive to end point. 

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

Cautions
None