Pat Krenik-Standard Tech Talk
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If you are recently from the COS you probably know that in the COS there is no "tech talk" or should not be because that is all considered "verbal tech" and you have to read the HCOB.
I'm not in disagreement with this in training, but when one is trying to introduce someone to Scientology* (see definition at bottom of page) everything is over the head of the new person. Engrams? What's an Engram?* ARC?* What is that?
In the early days we had Introductory Lectures as a customary thing. The Anatomy of the Human Mind Course visibly demonstrated the difference between the brain and the mind. A lecturer went over the basics, the four universes, mind, body, thetan and the physical universe. Now I'm not going into these basics and others here, and I hope there will be a glossary added to this website to give simple explanations of basic terms.
Having said all of this, I'm leaping to the areas of advanced technology. I'd like to talk about what is standard tech. Not so that you Techies can learn anything, but for the vast number of people and potential people who are going to want to know, "What is this thing called Standard Tech?" One can look up the definition of "standard", "a definite level or degree of quality that is proper and adequate for a specific purpose" is how I recall it. If you want your car to run then you don't want a mechanic who doesn't know a bolt from a nut, or who uses a crowbar to open your hood instead of a latch.
Standard Tech came out in 1968. Before that we had lots and lots of tech. LRH did what is sometimes referred to as the experimental track. He was looking for something that will work for everyone, not work for half and not the other half. Those things such as Step Six Clearing* were dropped out of the lineup, not because it didn't make Clears but because it didn't make everyone who was run on it clear. In some cases it made things worse. There was something later called "Goals Clearing"* and then we had a "One Goal Clear".* LRH was looking, if you will pardon the expression, for a "one size fits all" tech that would work on anyone.
He had this sorted out by 1968 in a way that he could train auditors so that all pcs and pre-ots could benefit. It isn't to say that earlier tech wasn't good or didn't work it is more that he took the best of his research and put it in one basket. Primarily it was the basics of "includes practices that improve the intelligence, state and conduct of persons." (HCOB 9 Jul 59)...more understood by auditors, and the ability to apply getting and keeping a pc in session, and getting and keeping a pc on the "bridge", that is following a Classification, Gradation, and Awareness Chart from bottom to top.
My favoite thing is "audit with rudiments in." Sounds so easy, and there is this HCOB, C/S Series #1, Auditor's Rights that explains that and basically you can't run a pc on something major to change his case if he is upset with you, has a problem, won't talk to you and so on.
I'm sure each and every C/S has their own favorites, but this is stated for beginning auditors as a point of understanding.
"One Size Fits All" is a better and faster tech than earlier methods, but that doesn't mean you should slight such things as Book Auditing, where two people read a book and take turns auditing each other on the processes in the book. Handbook for Preclears is excellent for this; it can even be done by itself as "self-auditing". We want to get charge off of the case and anything that you do as an auditor more that gets charge off the case is valid auditing--whether or not it fits exactly into Standard Tech.
A squirrel is someone who alters technology. Freezoners who aren't well trained are not necessarily squirrels. One could say what they are doing is not Standard Tech, but if it is LRH tech from books or other LRH materials and it gets charge off the case that is not squirrel.
That label is only if they alter the technology.
Definitions: Scientology 1. it is formed from the Latin word scio, which means know or distinguish, being related to the word scindo, which means cleave. (Thus, the idea of differentiation is strongly implied.) It is formed from the Greek word logos, which means THE WORD, or OUTWARD FORM BY WHICH THE INWARD THOUGHT IS EXPRESSED AND MADE KNOWN: also THE INWARD THOUGHT or REASON ITSELF. Thus, SCIENTOLOGY means KNOWING ABOUT KNOWING, or SCIENCE OF KNOWLEDGE. (Scn 8- 80, p. 8) 2. Scientology addresses the thetan. Scientology is used to increase spiritual freedom, intelligence, ability, and to produce immortality. (HCOB 22 Apr 69) 3. an organized body of scientific research knowledge concerning life, life sources and the mind and includes practices that improve the intelligence, state and conduct of persons. (HCOB 9 Jul 59)...more, everything is over the head of the new person. Engrams? What's an Engram? ARC? What is that?
Clear: 1. a thetan who can be at cause knowingly and at will over mental matter, energy, space and time as regards the first dynamic (survival for self). The state of Clear is above the release grades (all of which are requisite to clearing) and is attained by completion of the Clearing Course at an Advanced Organization. (ScnAD) 2. a Clear, in an absolute sense, would be someone who could confront anything and everything in the past, present and future. (Abil Mag 56) 3. a Clear is not an all-knowing being. A Clear is somebody who has lost the mass, energy, space and time connected with the thing called mind . ( SH Spec 80, 6609C08) ...more", "Two Goal Clear1. a thetan who can be at cause knowingly and at will over mental matter, energy, space and time as regards the first dynamic (survival for self). The state of Clear is above the release grades (all of which are requisite to clearing) and is attained by completion of the Clearing Course at an Advanced Organization. (ScnAD) 2. a Clear, in an absolute sense, would be someone who could confront anything and everything in the past, present and future. (Abil Mag 56) 3. a Clear is not an all-knowing being. A Clear is somebody who has lost the mass, energy, space and time connected with the thing called mind . ( SH Spec 80, 6609C08)
Step-Six Clearing: A clearing procedure done by mock ups. See Clearing Procedure 1957 Booklet.
Auditor: *1. one who listens and computes; a Scn practitioner. (HCOB 26 May 59) 2. one who has been trained in the technology of Scn. An auditor applies standard technology to preclears. (Aud 18 UK) 3. a person who through church training becomes skilled in the successful application of Dn and Scn to his family, friends and the public to achieve the ability gained as stated on the Gradation Chart for his class of training. (FBDL 18, 2 Dec 70
Engram: A mental image picture recording of an incident that contains pain/unconsciousness with impact or injury. It may contain commands that act on a person in a hypnotic manner.
ARC: Stands for Affinity, Reality, and Comunication, a triangle that translates into understanding.