MODEL SESSION II

     Model session II is a squirrel adaptation of standard tech model
session as originally published by LRH to make it easier to deal with
dog auditors auditing dog pcs.

     Woof!

     Historically the auditor takes full responsibility for the session
so that he can return full responsibility to the preclear.

     The preclear comes into session being controlled by everything and
anything other than himself.  He is a spew machine.

     The auditor takes CONTROL over the preclear in order to return
control over the preclear back to himself, leaving the spew machine out
of it.

     Model session II simply returns responsibility back to the preclear
earlier than might be expected.

     Rather than the auditor going 'Row!, Row!, Row!' and the preclear
going 'Nope!, Nah!, Forget it!', in model session II the auditor goes
"Row!", then the preclear goes "OK!, then the auditor goes "Thank you,
Row!", the preclear goes "OK!" until both are handing the session back
and forth to each other with out either one going out of session.

     Out of session means not in session.

     In session for the auditor is being interested in the preclear's
case, willing to audit the preclear and follow the auditor's code.

     In session for the preclear is being interested in his own case,
willing to talk to the auditor and follow the preclear's code.

     The auditor's code is pretty well laid out in standard tech, the
preclear's code not so much.

     Notice handing control back and forth between auditor and preclear
is NOT the same thing as the auditor trying to put the pc in session,
then the pc turning it around and trying to put the auditor in session!

     That's a high crime on the part of both auditor and preclear.

     Auditor:  "Tell me about mother!"
     Preclear: "Yak yak yak, OK, now tell me about your mother!"
     Auditor:  "Oh yes well she is kind of like your mother!"

     Auditors or preclears that allow that to happen should both be
shown the garbage pail out back.

     In model session II the auditor is going "Ok here is the command"
and the preclear is goes 'Yak yak yak, OK give me the next command".

     That's very different than the preclear going "OK, here is the next
command" back to the auditor.

     Get it?

     When the preclear is out of session or trying to put the auditor in
session he is reaching to create an outflow to the auditor to give the
auditor the command.

     When the preclear is in session he is reaching to create an inflow
from the auditor of the next command.

     The preclear keeps HIMSELF in session by being forced IN EVERY
COMMAND to put the auditor there along with the process and the purpose
of being in session.  All the preclear has to do is say "OK" before the
auditor gives the next command.  Then you have model session II.

     By saying OK the preclear is requesting, even demanding of the
auditor to give him the next command, if the auditor fails to do so or
does something else, the session will go to hell.

     The preclear is asking for the next command even if he knows what
it is, because two way comm is important, as is the impingement of the
auditor on the preclear and his composite existence.

     There are 4 basic differences between standard model session and
model session II.

     1.) TWO WAY CONTROL OF THE SESSION WITH OK

     The preclear acknowledges he is done with each command and wishes
the next command to be given by saying "OK".  The auditor does not speak
until the preclear says OK.

     This in no way obviates the auditor's responsibilities to handle
the session with standard TR's (Training Routines) so if the auditor
sees something going on with the preclear he is allowed, if not
required, to query and handle it until he gets the OK from the preclear
to go on with session.

     When a command is given to a preclear he naturally introverts for a
moment while executing the command or looking for an answer.  Then as
charge comes off, he yaks, cognites and starts to extrovert.  When the
auditor sees the extroversion he is supposed to give the next command.

     But sometimes a preclear is so introverted anyhow, that it is hard
for the auditor to tell when a preclear is truly ready for the next
command, or the preclear will suddenly start talking again just as the
auditor gives the next command and thus gets this comm chopped to no
one's benefit.

     In model session one, this problem is rampant, the auditor waits
too long in fear of the preclear not being done yet, or not long enough
etc.

     After a few runs with model session II, this problem pretty much
goes away, and if the preclears says OK, and changes his mind suddenly
afterwards, that's ok, he can take full responsibility for the chop, as
he chopped the auditor, and he won't build up charge on the auditor or
the session.

     It becomes 'his fault' his comm was chopped not the auditor's.

     This does wonders to maintain easy ARC in the session even when the
session material itself is rough as sin.

     One thing some preclears may do is figure that since they are
paying for the session time, they should get as many commands in as
possible for the session.  Thus they will chop their own comm and cogs
by saying OK before they are really ready.

     The auditor with a good e-meter has to watch out for this, he can
tell the preclear is doing it as the meter will stop reading as the
session goes out of sync for tick tocking too fast in relation to the
preclear's item

      TICK TOCK
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     The preclear fails to see that the quiet time during a command is
actually charge releasing time, and that case gain is the result not of
how many commands are run but how deep each command runs.

     2.) COMMUNICATION FROM THE PRECLEAR IS NOT REQUIRED

     The preclear does not have to SAY anything in response to the
command.  Thus auditing with questions or 'Tell me' that demand a
response will not work.  Auditing with "Get the idea of" or "Spot" are
fine.

     Model session II will not work with any auditing that REQUIRES two
way communication from the preclear.

      Auditor:   "Tell me about mother"
      Preclear:  "OK"
      Auditor:   "Thankyou, Tell me about mother"
      Preclear:  "OK"

     Well that's a flunk because the preclear didn't actually execute
the command as given, and the auditor allowed him to get away with it
without proper TRing the non repsonse.

      Auditor:   "Get the idea of mother"
      Preclear:  "OK"
      Auditor:   "Thank you, Get the idea of mother"
      Preclear:  "OK"

     This works well and doesn't force the preclear to come up with
something to say about mother that doesn't interest him at the moment at
all.  Constantly having to manufacture something to say causes huge
amounts of charge and later session dread.

     2WC is useful and it does help if the preclear is willing to speak
or move his throat but it is not necessary and, on rough cases, knowing
that you have to SPEAK will kill the session out of the gate.

     When the preclear gets to something that is making real TA, not
just small reads, he will speak, I assure you.

     Notice not having to speak means the preclear does not have to give
up withholds, nor even say that he has withholds.

     Remember total reponsibility is the ABILITY TO WITHHOLD.

     That's a relief isn't it.

     Auditing over a withhold slows things down, the preclear will know
this, but auditing over a dangerous auditor will stop things cold.  This
has little to do with the auditor's ability to make a safe space, but
has everything to do with the preclear's considerations about the
auditor, whether the auditor is God in carnation or not.

     In the beginning the preclear will see the auditor through the
preclear's fears.

     The auditor can run "Who am I?" on the preclear until the cows come
home, on many to some avail, but on others to no avail at all.

     The preclear will see his Nemesis One in everything that originates
attention.  He will wonder, he will be nervous and he will dread every
withhold he has or knows everyone else has too.

     That is in part why Dianetics ran motivators flow 1 only, the
withhold problem was just too much for the broad general public to
stomach.

     Model session II requires all flows be run plus some, but the
preclear is left with the option to not say what the withhold is even if
while running earlier similars on it!

     That might seem really strange to a standard techie, they will look
at it for a LONG time, but try it, you will like it.

     It's also OK for the preclear to say he HAS a withhold, but that he
intends to not talk about it.  That way no pretense is created that
there are no withholds when there are.

     One might think that the core of the preclear's case is right there
in what he is unwilling to speak about, but that just isn't true.  Once
he does find his core, he will speak fully and he will dump all the
other stuff too, if there is any charge left on it.

     And if the auditor gasps dies with a 'Well I never!", the preclear
will throw a champagne party for the auditor that night.

     All preclears come into session embroiled with blame, shame and
regret, sometimes for things they are doing wrong INTENTIONALLY, just to
cause themselves trouble, so there will be lots to not speak about.

     We can't let all that get in the way of auditing taking place, even
on withholds he is willing to talk aboutt.

     Or a preclear can give up all their withholds, have a change of
auditor, and all the charge comes right back and he has to do it all
over again with someone new that he doesn't know and trust.

     PRECLEARS HATE THIS

     Preclears dread that this WILL happen, so they protect against it
by just not talking about something they are unwilling to talk about
again to another.  Its just too dangerous.

     Sometimes a preclear faces a new auditor with an assumption of
trust, and that the auditor has thoroughly read his preclear files
including all divulged withholds, but usually this isn't true.

     But in any case this assumed trust is not at all the same thing as
ESTABLISHED trust built up over years of experience with a particular
auditor.

     So the preclear is always looking at what they are giving up,
asking themselves if I give up this withhold now, will I have to give it
up all over again if I get a change of auditor?

     How safe is this auditor?

     How safe will the NEXT one be?

     If the preclear is down at the bottom of the self degradation
ladder he KNOWS that every word out of his mouth will sorely test the
auditor's confront and acceptance levels.

     "You ate what?!"

     An auditor looks like a mine field to a preclear, the preclear does
want to talk freely, but doesn't really expect to find a truly perfect
safe space, so he has to tread carefully when going into the less
creditable subjects of his life.  Worrying about having to give up
withholds will stop a session cold as he will try to audit around them.

     The best way to handle it is for the preclear to say, 'Gotta
withhold, its off limits, let's continue, OK.'

     Auditor writes it down, the preclear is no longer withholding that
he is withholding, and the session can proceed smoothly.

     The more often the preclear says he is withholding something, the
better off he will be, and the auditor can query once in a while if the
preclear wants to get anything off on withholds already noted, or if new
ones are in the queue.

     Note do not expect the preclear to finally divulge all on
everything, it isn't necessary, it may be better off for everyone if he
doesn't, and much of it will be unimportant once Nemesis One is
identified, contacted approached and eradicated.

     The preclear will WANT to get those withholds off, as he took great
satisfaction in committing them the first time, and would do it again.

     Withholds are GPM based, and once a GPM is blown there ARE no more
withholds on that GPM even if they were never discussed at all.

     Forcing the preclear to find OTHER withholds will only cause him to
jump GPMS into a chain that is not ready to be run.

     The motto of both the auditor and the preclear should be,
 
     "Present Time Truncated GPM or bust!"

     Most everything else is really bad auditing.

     Thus during later sessions, the auditor is NOT prodding the
preclear to clear up all these noted but incomplete reveals, just
reminding him he has an opporunity to do so if he has changed his mind
through later auditing.

     There are many things the preclear WANTS to reveal he doesn't feel
safe about, so later in auditing he will suddenly be itching to clean up
these things, sometimes en masse.

     Sometimes just to enjoy watching the auditor puke.

     Sometimes the preclear may begin to feel that these withholds that
he is indicating to be left unrevealed, are beginning to weigh him down
and stop case gain.

     This is caused by another phenomenon wherein the preclear feels he
is not approaching his Nemesis One properly or at all, and begins to
think the auditor is incapable of get him to do so because the auditor
himself has not handled his own Nemesis One.

     He fears the auditor's barf reaction, or pin headed naivete.

     He is tired off sending the auditor into shock, and having to coax
the auditor back into auditing him again.

     "I promise I will be less blunt next time!"

     This is going to be rampant with newbie duals, but assessing for
'insuffcient approach to Nemesis One' or something similar will start to
clean it up between the two of them.

     Dual auditors have to KNOW that they both scare the hell out of
each other but that both have equal courage levels to drive each other
home to where they need to be to go free of self terror.

     That should be sufficient for dual auditing to take place, for
trust to become established, without anyone knowing what GPMS or
terminals are involved for the time being.

     Hey life is an XXX rated game, you want spoilers already?

     The auditor tells the preclear up front the rules of Model Session
II, one of which is if the preclear feels uncomfortable talking about
something, he can either simply not talk about it with no further
indication to the auditor, or he can indicate there is something he
doesn't want to talk about and leave it at that.

     The auditor must promise not to coax either overtly or covertly,
preclear doesn't want to talk about it, that's the end of it, auditor
isn't interested in it any more.

     Responsibility is the ABILITY TO WITHHOLD.

     If the needle is dirty the auditor is allowed to ask is there
something MORE to what you are not telling me until the preclear has a
clear idea of what he is withholding, but he doesn't have to reveal any
of it.  The needle however has to be clean.

     The needle will go clean on responsibly withholding.

     BEING ABLE TO withhold is one sign of taking responsibility for
one's own condition and being forced to give up withholds destroys the
preclear's havingness.

     That's why you run havingness on a preclear, the some of the best
havingness processes are 
 
     "Get the idea of something you would be willing to NOT withhold."
     "Get the idea of something you would be willing to withhold."

     These rules will make the preclear very willing to talk about
everything else forthwith, but may end up in a stop later when the only
thing left to talk about are the secrets of blame, shame and regret.

     At that point the preclear should know enough about the auditor to
determine if the auditor is a safe space or not, and if the preclear
really decides no, it is probably time for auditor and preclear to part
ways.

     A safe space does not mean simply that the auditor doesn't say
things about what the preclear has said or done, or hides his reactions
and revulsion successfully, it means the auditor has no thoughts or
feelings on the matter at all.

     Nothing there.

     Except maybe awe and admiration.

     The difference between blame and responsibility is subtle,
responsibility is putting it there with no added significance, blame is
having put something there but shouldn't have ...

     An auditor stifling "You did WHAT?!" is not a safe space.

     Auditing serial killers can be hard.

     "Well I understand murdering the girl, but did you really
have to...?"

     AUDIT CAUSAL CONCEPTION ONLY

     3.) Auditing processes are ALWAYS commands and never questions.

     The standard process is "Get the idea of" or maybe "Spot ..." or
"Locate..." if the preclear prefers it.

     Questions kill.  Higher level cases can handle them, lower levels
will say "I don't know" and take a loss on the command.

     In dementia cases we showed that asking the preclear for a direct
memory did not work, because access to the memory was not there.

      Auditor:  "Remember your childhood dog."
      Preclear: "Never had one..."

     But when using creative processing (causal conception) with "Get
the idea of a dog", the dementia case can do that all day long, describe
it in detail and his own dogs will show up with great certainty.

     Memory is always there, accessibility is not.

     So the way into an inaccessible memory is get the preclear to
mockup similar items creatively until memories start to turn on.

     They will have full 3D surround sound experiences of their dog turn
on, down to the color of the collar and the sound of its bark, and every
kid it ever bit or chased.

     But grab it while you can, because when the accessibility closes up
again, the preclear will be back to being a "What dog?" case.

     4.) ALWAYS RUN THE DICOM PER THE DICOM PROCESS.

     THE DICOM PROCESS
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     Sometimes processes have to be converted into a model session II
process.

     Consider the following process.

     "What condition is there?"
     "What purpose does it serve?"
     "What are you trying to do about it?"

     So we convert it first to standard command format:

     "Get the idea of having a condition."
     "Get the idea it might serve a purpose."
     "Get the idea of trying to do something about it."

     Notice the command does not ask for an existing condition or even a
condition the preclear has at all.

     This is pure creative processing at its best.

     Then we put in the dicom:

     "Get the idea of not having a condition."
     "Get the idea it not serving a purpose."
     "Get the idea of not trying to do something about it."

     You may have to spend some time with the preclear adjusting the
commands to his taste.

     He will start running his central core condition mighty quick.

     If the auditor can stomach it.

     The preclear always knows when the auditor is about to barf,
probably from subtle changes in the color of his face, like turning
green or black :)

     ADDENDUM TO MODEL SESSION II
     http://www.clearing.org/cgi/archive.cgi?/homer/ador1013.memo
 
     Homer

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