Waterloo Station 

References
PAB No. 89 "Scientology Revision of Translator's Edition" 
PAB No. 87 "Scientology Processing" 
Tape: 5510C21 ACC 29 "Not Knowingness" 
Tape: 5511C08B "Six Levels of Processing Issue 5" 
Fundamentals of Thought 

Description
The rehabilitation of the ability of the viewer to not-know is also
rehabilitation of the viewer in the time stream since the process of time
consists of knowing the moment and not-knowing the future simultaneously.
This process is repetitive. The process is run, ordinarily, only after the
person is in very good condition and is generally run in an exterior,
well-inhabited place. 

Commands
"Do you see that (man, woman, described slightly)?"
"Tell me something you wouldn't mind not-knowing about that person."

"Tell me something you wouldn't mind that person not-knowing about you."

Note: The person selects things he already can know to not-know. He does
not give things he does not know anyway. This stress is the willingness to
not-know things one already knows. Otherwise the viewer will become confused.

It will be discovered while running this that the person's "havingness" may
deteriorate. If this happens, he was not run enough on Trio before he was
run on this process. It is only necessary in such a case to intersperse
"Look around here now and tell me what you could have" with the "not-know"
command to keep the person in good condition. Drop of havingness is
manifested by nervous agitation, obsessive talk, or semi-unconsciousness or
"dopiness" on the part of the person. These manifestations indicate only
reduction in havingness. 


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

Cautions
The processor should not be startled when, for the person, large chunks of
the environment start to disappear. This is ordinarily routine and in
effect the viewer should make the entirety of the environment disappear at
his own command. The environment does not disappear for the processor.