Exteriorization

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Term exteriorization1. the state of the thetan, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2. the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PAB 125) 3. the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOB 22 Oct 71)
Definition 1. the state of the thetan1. the living unit we call, in Scn, a thetan, that being taken from the Greek letter theta, the mathematic symbol used in Scn to indicate the source of life and life itself. (Abil Ma 1) 2. the awareness of awareness unit which has all potentialities but no mass, no wave-length and no location. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 3. the being who is the individual and who handles and lives in the body. (HCOB 23 Apr 69)...more, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2. the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PABProfessional Auditors Bulletin (a series of technical booklet issues.) 125) 3. the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOBHubbard Communications Office Bulletin (technical bulletin) Also colloquially referred to as "red on white" HCOB's are always red ink on white paper. 22 Oct 71)
Link exteriorization1. the state of the thetan, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2. the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PAB 125) 3. the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOB 22 Oct 71)

1. the state of the thetan1. the living unit we call, in Scn, a thetan, that being taken from the Greek letter theta, the mathematic symbol used in Scn to indicate the source of life and life itself. (Abil Ma 1) 2. the awareness of awareness unit which has all potentialities but no mass, no wave-length and no location. (HCOB 3 Jul 59) 3. the being who is the individual and who handles and lives in the body. (HCOB 23 Apr 69)...more, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2. the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PABProfessional Auditors Bulletin (a series of technical booklet issues.) 125) 3. the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOBHubbard Communications Office Bulletin (technical bulletin) Also colloquially referred to as "red on white" HCOB's are always red ink on white paper. 22 Oct 71)

"Nineteen fifty-two saw an advent of exteriorization1. the state of the thetan, the individual himself, being outside his body. When this is done, the person achieves a certainty that he is himself and not his body. (PXL Gloss) 2. the phenomenon of being in a position in space dependent on only one’s consideration, able to view from that space, bodies and the room, as it is. (PAB 125) 3. the act of moving out of the body with or without full perception. (HCOB 22 Oct 71). And that was for the first time in twenty-five hundred years that we have any record of at all. Buddhasimply one who has attained bodhi. There have been many buddhas and there are expected to be many more. (PAB 32) was the last one who was dealing with this. Now, we didn't come into this because we were following Buddhasimply one who has attained bodhi. There have been many buddhas and there are expected to be many more. (PAB 32). We came into this because we were studying the truth. That's always something to remember. We are not necessarily the inheritors of Buddhism, although you're liable to lay yourself a wideopen trap there. We walked into the side and found that there were certain truths and that this conditionA condition is an operating state. (SH Spec 62, 6505C25) had existed and had been known twenty-five hundred years ago and was called bodhi1. one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. This probably would be a Dn Release. (PXL, p. 18) 2. B o d h i means enlightenment or, alternately, one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. (HOA, Intro). Bodhi, hence Buddhasimply one who has attained bodhi. There have been many buddhas and there are expected to be many more. (PAB 32). And called bodhi1. one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. This probably would be a Dn Release. (PXL, p. 18) 2. B o d h i means enlightenment or, alternately, one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. (HOA, Intro) because when he first did it and blew-v. ''Slang'' unauthorized departure from an area. (HCOB 19 Jun 71 II) out of his 'ead, he was sitting under a bodhi1. one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. This probably would be a Dn Release. (PXL, p. 18) 2. B o d h i means enlightenment or, alternately, one who has attained intellectual and ethical perfection by human means. (HOA, Intro) tree. And that's where we get Buddhasimply one who has attained bodhi. There have been many buddhas and there are expected to be many more. (PAB 32). Well, when I was fooling around with this, whyThat basic outness found which will lead to a recovery of stats. (HCO PL 13 Oct 70 II), it was sitting under a yucca tree, so we should call it "yucca." See? We should all be yuccas. But I don't think that sounds very good, so we'll skip that." LR