I EXPANDED GRADE PROCESSES - QUADS PART C GRADE 1

I EXPANDED GRADE PROCESSES - QUADS PART C GRADE 1

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B O A R D T E C H N I C A L B U L L E T I N

15 NOVEMBER 1976
ISSUE III
Remimeo
CANCELS BTB 4 JANUARY 1972RB
“0-IV EXPANDED GRADE
PROCESSES - TRIPLES
PART C GRADE 1 PROCESSES”

( Revisisions in italics )


0-IV EXPANDED GRADE PROCESSES - QUADS
PART C
GRADE 1 PROCESSES



This BTB gives a checklist of the Expanded Quad Grade Process commands. It is not all the possible processes for this level. If more are needed to attain full EP for this level additional processes can be found in LRH Bulletins, Books, Tapes, PABs and other issues.

Each process is run to its full end phenomena of F/N, Cog, VGIs. Any processes previously run are rehabbed or completed and any missing flows run. A copy of this checklist is placed in the folder of a pc being run on Expanded Grades and the processes checked off with the date each is run to EP.

On any of these processes where the pc answers only yes or that he did it find out what it was by asking “What was it?” This keeps in the itsa line from the pc to auditor. (Ref: 30 June 62 HCOB)

THIS BTB DOES NOT REPLACE THE ORIGINAL SOURCE MATERIALS.

LEVEL “I” PROBLEMS

1. CCH’s I to X

See Refs: HCOB 2 Aug 62 CCH ANSWERS
HCOB 7 Aug 62 CCH’S MORE INFO
BTB 12 Sep 63 CCH DATA
HCOB 1 Dec 65 CCH’S

CCH I:

“Give me that hand”

CCH II:

Tone 40 8-C

“You look at that wall.” “Thankyou.”
“You walk over to that wall.” “Thankyou.”
“You touch that wall.” “Thankyou.”
“Turn around.” “Thankyou.”

CCH III:

Hand Space Mimicry

“Put your hands against mine, follow them and contribute to their motion.”
“Did you contribute to their motion?”

Gradually increase the space between pc and auditor hands per HCOB 12
Sept 63 CCH DATA.

On increased distance:

(1) Use: “Put your hands facing mine about one inch (or whatever distance is
used) away, follow them and contribute to their motion.”

NOTE: When distance increases auditors chair gets moved back, and
auditors chair is always between pc and door.

CCH IV: Ref: HCOB 1 Dec 65

Book Mimicry

(No set commands)

Repeat CCH 1, 2, 3, 4 through and through until all are FLAT and the pc
has reached full EP per LRH HCOBs.
TO EP _________

CCH V: HCOB 11 Jun 57 TRAINING & CCH PROCESSES

Location by Contact

“Touch that (room object).” “Thankyou.”
TO EP _________

CCH VI:

Body Room Contact

“Touch your (body part).” “Thankyou.”
“Touch that (indicated room object).” “Thankyou.”
TO EP _________

CCH VII:

Contact By Duplication

“Touch that table.” “Thankyou.”
“Touch your (body part).” “Thankyou.”
“Touch that table.” “Thankyou.”
“Touch your (same body part).” “Thankyou.”
etc. pc walking.
TO EP _________

CCH VIII: HCOB 11 Jun 57 TRAINING & CCH PROCESSES
PAB 80 “Terrible Trio”

“Look around the room and tell me what you could have?”
TO EP _________

“Look around the room and tell me what you would permit to remain.”
TO EP _________

“Look around the room and tell me what you could dispense with.”
TO EP _________

CCH IX: Ref. HCOB 11 Jun 57 TRAINING & CCH PROCESSES

Tone 40 - Keep it from going away

“Look at that (indicated room object).”
“Walk over to that (indicated room object).”
“Touch that (indicated room object).”
“Keep it from going away.”
“Did you keep it from going away?”
TO EP _________

CCH X: Ref. HCOB 11 Jun 57 TRAINING & CCH PROCESSES

Tone 40 - Hold it still

“Look at that (indicated room object).”
“Walk over to that (indicated room object).”
“Touch that (indicated room object).”
“Hold it still.”
“Did you hold it still?”
TO EP _________

R2-67 OBJECTS

“Locate some objects.”

Run repetitively. Pc looks at them and notices what they are.
TO EP _________

3-PART LOCATION PROCESS:

Ref: PAB 153 1 Feb 59

Locational

“Notice that ______.” “Thankyou.”
(Auditor points to object but NOT in pc’s direction.)
TO EP _________

Locational, Body and Room

“Look at that ______.” “Thankyou.”
“Look at your ______ (foot, hand, knee etc.).” “Thankyou.”
TO EP _________

Run alternatively:
Objective Show Me

“Show me that ______.” “Thankyou.”

Run above at first, and then alternate with

“Show me your ______ (foot, hand, knee etc.).” “Thankyou.”
TO EP _________

OPENING PROCEDURE BY DUPLICATION - R2 - 17

Ref: HCOB 4 Feb 59 OP PRO BY DUP
BTB 24 Oct 71 OP PRO BY DUP - END PHENOMENA
CREATION OF HUMAN ABILITY

Have pc handle and place book on table, bottle on another table.

“Look at that _____.” “Walk over to it.”
“Pick it up.” “What is it’s colour?”
“What is it’s temperature?” “What is it’s weight?”
“Put it down in exactly the same place.”

Done alternately with a book and a bottle.
TO EP _________

START, CHANGE, STOP

Ref: CLEAR PROCEDURE Issue I
HCOB 2 Feb 61 UK CASES DIFFERENT
PAB 97
HCOB 29 SEP 58

NOTE: Keep a solid comm line with pc when giving commands.

STAND STILL: (NOTE: On a very bad off case you can run SCS on an
object; use same commands.)

“Now I want you to get your body moving down the room when I so
indicate and when I tell you to ‘stand still’, I want you to make that body
stand still. Do you understand that?” “Good.”

“Stand still.”
“Did you make that body stand still?”
“Thankyou.”


START

“I am going to tell you to start. And when I tell you to start, you start the
body in that direction. Do you understand that?”
“Good.” “Start”
“Did you start that body?” “Thankyou.”
TO FLAT POINT _________

STOP

“I am going to tell you to get the body moving in that direction. Some
where along the line I will tell you to stop. Then you stop the body.
Do you understand that?”
“Good.” “Get the body moving.”
“Stop.” “Did you stop the body?”
“Thankyou.”
TO FLAT POINT _________

CHANGE

“Do you see that spot?” “Good.” “We will call that spot A. Now you
stand here. OK.” “Now do you see that other spot?” “Good.” “We’ll
call that spot B.” “Alright, now when I ask you to change the body, I
want you to change the body’s position from A to B. Do you understand
that?”

The preclear says he does and the auditor stepping back from the preclear
says “Change.” The preclear then changes the body’s position. Similarly
in using the various points and combinations of points A, B, C & D, the
auditor runs the preclear on change until that particular process seems to be
flat or goes to EP.
TO FLAT POINT _________

These steps (as above) are now repeated as they will have unflattened.
Each is re-flattened in turn and run over and over again.
TO EP PER ABOVE
REFERENCES _________

CONTROL TRIO:
Ref: PAB 137 & PAB 146

1. “Get the idea of having that (indicated object).”
TO EP _________

2. “Get the idea that it is all right to permit that (indicated object) to continue.”
TO EP _________

3. “Get the idea of making that (indicated object) disappear.”
TO EP _________

GOALS:
Ref: PAB 137 & PAB 146

1. “What are you absolutely sure will happen in the next 2 minutes?”

Auditor 2 way comms it, to pc certainty and gradually increases span of
time: 1 hr, 3 days, 1 week, 3 months, 1 year etc.
TO EP _________

2. “Tell me something that you would like to do in the next 2 minutes.
TO EP _________
OR

1. “Tell me something that you are sure will be there in 2 minutes.” Etc.
TO EP _________

2. “Tell me something that you would like to have in the next 2 minutes.”
TO EP _________

OPENING PROCEDURE SOP 8 - C:
Ref: PAB 34. Creation of Human Ability.

PART A

1. Select objects in room, direct pc’s attention to them.

2. “Do you see that _____?” “Go over to it and put your hand on it.”
“Now look at _____.” “Now walk over and put your hand on it.”

(This is done with various objects without specifically designating spots
of a more precise nature than an object until pc is very certain that he is in good
communication with these objects & the walls & other parts of the room.)

3. PART A HAS BEEN ENLARGED by the auditor’s selecting exact spots. eg.

“Do you see that ‘black mark’ on the ‘left arm of that chair’?”
“All right, go over to it and put your finger on it.”
“Now take your finger off it.”

4. Done until the pc has uniform perception of any and all objects in the room.

PART B

5. “Find a spot in this room.” “Go over to it and put your finger on it.”
“Now let go of it.”

6. Done until pc freely selecting spots in the room - this means that his
perception of the room has become uniform.
TO EP _________
PART C

7. “Find a spot in the room.” “Make up your mind when you are going
to touch it and then touch it.” “Make up your mind when you are going
to let go of it and then let go.”

8. Run the process repetitively until all comm lags are reduced and until the
pc’s very certain he’s seeing, selecting, and touching the spots and to F/N,
Cog, VGIs. (Check for F/N on the meter. If no F/N check for unflat or
overrun and handle accordingly.)
TO EP _________

HELP PROCESSES:
Ref: HCOB 5 May 1960 “HELP”

2 way comm on help is the first process to clear the help button.

Discuss another helping pc. Pc helping others. Others helping others.
Pc helping self. Get the pc’s views on the subject of help.

F1 TO EP _________
F2 TO EP _________
F3 TO EP _________
F0 TO EP _________

ALSO

F1. “What problem could another’s help be to you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problem could your help be to another?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What problem could another’s help be to other’s ?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem could helping yourself be to you?”
TO EP _________

OR (If the pc is inventing answers rather than picking them off the track)

F1. “What problem has another’s help be to you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problem has your help been to another?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What problem has another’s help been to other’s ?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem has helping yourself been to you?”
TO EP _________

Another remedy for invention where there is no terminal apparently present:

F1. “What help of another’s could you confront?”
“What help of another’s would you rather not confront?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What help of yours could another confront?”
“What help of yours would another rather not confront?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What help from others could others confront?”
“What help from others would others rather not confront?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What help of yours could you confront?”
“What help of yours would you rather not confront?”
TO EP _________

LOWER DICHOTOMY OF FAILED HELP - OR
TWO WAY FAILED HELP:
Ref: HCOB 3 Nov 1960 “FAILED HELP”

F1. “How could another prevent your help?”
“How could another fail to help you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “How could you prevent another’s help?”
“How could you fail to help another?”
TO EP _________

F3. “How could others prevent others help?”
“How could you fail to help others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “How could you prevent help for yourself?”
“How could you fail to help yourself?”
TO EP _________

FORMULA 16:
Ref: HCOB 10 Nov 60 FORMULA 13.
HCOB 15 Dec 60 PRE-SESSION 37.


F1. “Who has not intended to help you?”
“Who has helped you?”
RUN ALTERNATELY TO EP _________

F2. “Who have you intended not to help?”
“Who have you helped?”
RUN ALTERNATELY TO EP _________

F3. “Who has intended not to help others?”
“Who has helped others?”
RUN ALTERNATELY TO EP _________

F0. “How have you intended not to help yourself?”
“How have you helped yourself?”
RUN ALTERNATELY TO EP _________

FORMULA 17:
Ref: HCOB 15 Dec 60 PRE-SESSION 37
HCOB 3 Nov 60

This is especially for the person who has been to healers, hypnotists,
spiritualists, psychologists, ministers, religious family members, etc. Run on
charged terminals (general terminals and specific persons connected with pc’s
past.)

F1. “How could a _____ fail to help you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “How could you fail to help a _____?”
TO EP _________

F3. “How could a _____ fail to help others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “How could you fail to help yourself regarding a _____?”
TO EP _________

ALSO:

F1. “How could a _____help you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “How could you help a _____?”
TO EP _________

F3. “How could a _____ help others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “How could you help yourself regarding a _____?”
TO EP _________

FIVE WAY CONCEPT HELP:
Ref: HCOB 14 July 1960 CONCEPT HELP
F1. “Think of a _____ helping you.”
TO EP _________

F2. “Think of you helping a _____.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Think of a _____helping others.”
TO EP _________

F4. “Think of others helping a _____.”
TO EP _________

F5. “Think of a _____ helping a _____.”
TO EP _________

Run on charged (reading) general terminals, culled from the worksheets.


CONCEPT HELP O/W:
Ref: HCOB 14 July 1960 CONCEPT HELP
BTB 30 May 1960 DYN ASSESS ON HELP

Run on charged reading terminals (also a confusion, an unconscious person,
a responsible person, a creative person. HCOB 21 Jul 1960 Some Help Terminals.)

F1. “Think of a _____ helping you.”
“Think of a _____ not helping you.”
TO EP _________

F2. “Think of helping a _____.”
“Think of not helping a _____.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Think of a _____helping others.”
“Think of a _____not helping others.”
TO EP _________

F0. “Think of you as a _____ helping yourself.”
“Think of you as a _____ not helping yourself.”
TO EP _________

HELP O/W:
Ref: HCOB 12 May 1960 HELP PROCESSING
This lets the pc as-is his failures to help as well as his denials of help.

F1. “What help has another given you?”
“What help has another not given you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What help have you given another? “
“What help have you not given another? “
TO EP _________

F3. “What help have others given others?”
“What help have others not given others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What help have you given yourself.”
“What help have you not given yourself.”
TO EP _________

FIVE WAY BRACKET ON HELP:
Ref: HCOB 5 Nov 1965 5 WAY BRACKET ON HELP

1. “How could you help me?”

2. “How could I help you?”

3. “How could you help another?”

4. “How could another help you?”

5. “How could another help another?”

The above commands are run consecutively as one process - muzzled style.
TO EP _________

RUNNING HELP ON AN ITEM:
Ref: HCOB 28 July 1958 CLEAR PROCEDURE
HCOB 7 July 1960 THE ASSESSMENT OF HELP

Run on charged terminals. (Also: Dynamic Assessment of Help, HCOB
7 July 60 The Assessment of Help. Do an assessment on helping the Dynamics,
finding the Dynamic on which helping is the least real to the pc, run help on it.)

F1. “How could a _____ help you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “How could you help a _____?”
TO EP _________

F3. “How could a _____ help others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “If you were a _____ how could you help yourself?”
TO EP _________

REGIMEN TWO:
Ref: HCOB 26 Aug 1960 REGIMEN TWO

F1. “What motion has helped you?”
“What motion has not helped you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What motion have you helped?”
“What motion have you not helped?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What motion has helped others?”
“What motion has not helped others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What motion have you helped yourself with?”
“What motion have you not helped yourself with?”
TO EP _________

FORMULA 20:
Ref: HCOB 2 Mar 1961 FORMULA 20

F1. “Who has failed to control you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “Who have you failed to control?”
TO EP _________

F3. “Who have others failed to control?”
TO EP _________

F-0. “How have you failed to control yourself?”
TO EP _________

ALSO:

F1. “What has failed to controi you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What have you failed to control?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What have others failed to control?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What have you failed to control in yourself?”
TO EP _________

ALSO:

F1. “Who has helped you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “Who have you helped?”
TO EP _________

F3. “Who has helped others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “How have you helped yourself?”
TO EP _________

INVENT PROBLEMS PROCESS:
Ref: HCOB 11 Jan 1959 AN AMUSINGLY EFFECTIVE PROCESS

Fill in the blank with pc’s worry or malady. Several different items can be
run; in turn.

F1. “Invent a problem you could have with another for which _____ is the
answer.”
TO EP _________

F2. “Invent a problem another could have with you for which _____ is the
answer.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Invent a problem another could have with others for which _____ is the
answer”
TO EP _________

F0. “Invent a problem you could have with yourself for which _____ is the
answer.”
TO EP _________

HAS V:
Ref: HCOB 19 Jan 1961 ADDITIONAL HAS PROCESSES

F1. “Get the idea of solving a problem.”
“Get the idea of not solving a problem.”
TO EP _________

F2. “Get the idea of another solving a problem.”
“Get the idea of another not solving a problem.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Get the idea of others solving a problem.”
“Get the idea of others not solving a problem.”
TO EP _________

F0. “Get the idea of you solving a problem of your own.”
“Get the idea of you not solving a problem of your own.”
TO EP _________


The Case Supervisor may add a terminal if the pc complains about lots of
problems with that terminal. The commands used would be:

F1. “Get the idea of solving a problem with (terminal).”
“Get the idea of not solving a problem with (terminal).”
TO EP _________

F2. “Get the idea of (terminal) solving a problem with.you.”
“Get the idea of (terminal) not solving a problem with you.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Get the idea of (terminal) solving a problem with others.”
“Get the idea of (terminal) not solving a problem with others.”
TO EP _________

F0. “Get the idea of solving a problem you gave yourself about (terminal).”
“Get the idea of not solving a problem you gave yourself about (terminal).”
TO EP _________

PRORLEMS PROCESSES FOR PTPs:
Ref: HCOB 16 Dec 1957 PRESENT TIME PROBLEM
Run on key charged terminal in PTP.

F1. “Invent something worse than_____.”
TO EP _________

F2. “Invent something worse for _____ than you.”
TO EP _________

F3. “Invent something worse for others than _____”
TO EP _________
F0. “Invent something worse for yourself than _____”
TO EP _________

ALSO RUN:

1. “Spot where (key terminal in PTP) is now.”
“Spot where you are now.”
RUN ALTERNATELY TO EP _________


PROBLEM OF COMPARABLE MAGNITUDE:
Ref: HCOB 16 Dec 1957 PRESENT TIME PROBLEM
HCOB 1 Mar 1958 PROBLEM OF COMPARABLE MAGNITUDE

Run on key charged terminal of problem.

F1. “Invent a problem that is of comparable magnitude to _____”
“How could that be a problem to you?”

NOTE: The above question can be omitted only if the pc tells you how it
could be a problem in answering the first question.

“Can you conceive yourself figuring on that?”
TO EP _________

F2. “Invent a problem that is of comparable magnitude to you for _____”
“How could that be a problem to _____?”
“Can you conceive _____ figuring on that?”
TO EP _________

F3. “Invent a problem that is of comparable magnitude to _____ for others.”
“How could that be a problem to others?”
“Can you conceive _____ figuring on that?”
TO EP _________

F0. “Invent a problem that is of comparable magnitude to _____ for you.”
“How could that be a problem to you?”
“Can you conceive yourself figuring on that?”
TO EP _________

31 MAR 60 PROBLEMS PROCESS:
Ref: HCOB 31 Mar 1960 THE PTP

F1. “What problem could you confront?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problem could another confront?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What problem could others confront?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem about yourself could you confront?”
TO EP _________

ALSO:

F1. “Tell me a problem with another.”
“what part of that problem have you been responsible for?”
TO EP _________

F2. “Tell me a problem of another with you.”
“What part of that problem has another been responsible for?”
TO EP _________

F3. “Tell me a problem of others with others.”
“What part of that problem have others been responsible for?”
TO EP _________

F0. “Tell me a problem with yourself.”
“What part of that problem have you been responsible for?”
TO EP _________

ALSO:

F1. “What two things can you confront?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What two things can another confront?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What two things can others confront?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What two things about yourself can you confront?”
TO EP _________

ROUTINE 1A PROBLEMS PROCESS:
Ref: HCOB 6 July 1961 ROUTINE 1A

F1. “What problem could you confront?”
“What problem don’t you have to confront?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problem could another confront?”
“What problem wouldn’t another confront?’
TO EP _________

F3. “What problem could others confront?”
“What problem wouldn’t others confront?’
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem about yourself could you confront?”
“What problem about yourself don’t you have to confront?”
TO EP _________

On Flow Two the command may be “What problem could another confront”
which ever checks out on meter.


SOLUTION TO SOLUTIONS:
Ref: HCOB 3 May 1959 SOLUTION TO SOLUTIONS

F1. “What solution could you make stick?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What solution could another make stick?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What solution could others make stick?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What solution about yourself could you make stick?”
TO EP _________


R2-20 USE OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
Ref: CREATION OF HUMAN ABILITY

Have pc pick out or pick up room object, have him examine this object until
he is sure it is real.

F1. “What problems could this object be to you?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problems could this object be to another?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What problems could this object be to others?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem have you caused yourself over _____?”
TO EP _________

On each flow the Command is run repetitively until pc is convinced that he
can create problems at will.


PROBLEMS INTENSIVE:
Ref: HCOB 27 Sept 62 PROBLEMS INTENSIVE USE
and TAPE 6110C11 SH Spec 65 PROBLEMS INTENSIVE
and BTB 10 Apr 72 PREPCHECKS
and HCOB 30 July 62 A SMOOTH HGC 25 HR INTENSIVE

(a) Pc gives all self determined changes he made this lixetime. (Only self
determined major changes.)

“What self determined changes have you made this life?”

You can vary the question to get all different angles of changes. (per tape
Problems Intensives.)

(b) Take the biggest reading change and ask when the prior confusion was.

(c) Auditor predates the time of the prior confusion by a month.

(d) Auditor Prepchecks - “Since _____ (date in stop c) has anything been
(button)?”
TO EP _________

LEVEL ONE QUAD :

Run 2nd command to bleed all charge off 1st answer.

F1. “What problem have you had with someone?”
“What solutions have you had for that problem?”
TO EP _________

F2. “What problem has another had with you?”
“What solutions has another had for that problem?”
TO EP _________

F3. “What problem has someone had with another?”
“What solutions have they had for that problem?”
TO EP _________

F0. “What problem have you caused yourself?”
“What solution have you had for that problem?”
TO EP _________


HAVINGNESS:

1H-F1 Point out something desirable.
TO EP _________

1H-F2 Point out something another would find desirable.
TO EP _________

1H-F3 Point out something another could get others to desire.
TO EP _________

1H-F0 Point out something you would find desirable.
TO EP _________


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