|Died on||December 12, 2018|
|Training Level||Class IX|
It is my observation and experience that there is a lot more handling of actual cases today than earlier. This means handling the case in front of you, not an imagined case somewhere else. Handling cases on a ”Bridge” means that it’s already decided what is the next action, the auditor and the C/S do not really have to observe much, it’s all laid out there, not much thinking needed. This is what I call robot-auditing. A robot can’t think. A free person or able auditor would not feel very comfortable being treated as a robot. Just getting the daily charging up and lubrication is NOT enough. He would sooner or later leave that mechanical work shop and start out all by himself using the tech he knows he can create results with. Being only responsible for himself and his own actions with clients he can have full attention on just THAT and not splitting it off in parts where some of them are around being up-stat, Thursday 2 o’cloc’k, writing nice reports for others to see, ”putting his TRs IN”, dressing like a minister etc etc.. This is a fantastic opportunity, and it does not take a lot of training to have some actions going in the helping business.
Another aspect of the current state is people whom have left the Church of Scientology staying focused on, and focusing attention on how awful it has become there. How terrible it was, so bad they had to leave. I understand this. We all left for similar reasons. The BPC has to be gotten rid of somehow. BUT it is my opinion that there is too much of this unproductive yak yak… I would love to see people who leave write up their condition if they need that, get the BPC off and then get the show back onto the road. They were there for a purpose. Why not get that purpose rekindled and lets’ hear the success and the progresses and the new ingenious ways of applying Rons tech in new incredible ways… HAVE FUN !!
NB: I would love to hear from you, and if you have any problem applying what you know or want to do, then give me a buzz and I would gladly lend a hand !!
articles[edit | edit source]
Obituary[edit | edit source]
Obituary over Per Schiøttz 1939, Sep 19 -2018, Dec 12.
by Rolf Dane Krause
It is with deep sorrow that I have to announce that Per Schiøttz died a few hours ago as I write: Wednesday Dec 12, 2018 at 15:25. He slept in peacefully at Rigshospitalet.
He was a great friend and a very active man until he recently fell ill. His great appetite on life persisted despite he wasn’t in good health. This fall he had planned to visit a client and friend in Las Vegas, USA, Dr. Keith Scott-Mumby, with whom he was cooperating on several life-coaching projects. Due to the illness he had to cancel. Before his recent illness, Per had for years suffered from diabetes and had had a bypass heart operation about 14 years ago.
His death followed a fall he had on his bicycle in September and originally it only seemed like a minor concussion. However, the 19th of November he was committed to the National Hospital (Rigshospitalet). Upon examination it was found that he had gotten a lesion to the brain that had resulted in a tiny internal bleeding. He was operated for that and it seemed the operation was successful. He seemed again full of life and showed all signs of his characteristic vitality.
However, something had gone wrong and the operated area was apparently infected. He had to have another operation and was put under induced sedation after the operation. We prayed for his life, his sister, Nina; his girlfriend, Lise; myself and others. At some point he was again conscious and brought to the sitting room in the hospital. He was reported to be extremely angry – and even a hospital psychiatrist was called to calm him down. I see that as a sign of sanity as he was extremely unhappy over his physical situation. He was in a wheelchair and couldn’t move his right side. He soon after fell unconscious again and left the body a few days later. As he stated in a poem (quoted at the end) he saw death as a new beginning and an old disabled body as a burden, described as ‘a ton’ you want to lose.
I have known Per since boyhood. We were both keenly interested in sailing and yachting and Per was a stellar yachtsman in all kinds of boats. He qualified to compete in the Olympics in a dinghy class called Flying Dutchman. He didn’t go as he was about doing his final exam as a naval architect. This was before professional sports and national grants to athletes. Another team went and they won a silver medal (Rome, 1960).
One of Per’s fondest memories was his participation in a cross-Atlantic race. It started in Rhode Island (“We had lobster for breakfast every morning”) and ended in Denmark (Skagen). He had to help prepare the ship for the voyage, test-sail the large sailing yacht and finally be part of the small crew on its memorable sea travel.
In his early years he also played bandy (a form of ice-hockey) and was part of the national bandy team.
Later I got to know Per on a more personal level. We became friends and brothers-in-law as he married my sister, Janne. This was around 1966. He had finished his education as a naval architect and was working at Denmark’s Technical University, testing and modifying ship designs before they went into production. While still studying, he learned to play the organ in a historic setting – in the same church the famous baroque composer, Buxtehude, had served and composed in.
In 1968 we both got interested in Scientology. This was 1968, the year famous for the revolution of the youth, Flower Power and so on (Ungdoms Oprøret). As usual, Per didn’t do anything halfheartedly but took a professional education as a life-coach and auditor and worked for 10 years as a contracted Advanced Org auditor, doing Power Processing, OT reviews and NOTs auditing. Before that he had served as an executive director of Copenhagen Org; and there he first met Captain Bill Robertson – then commanding officer for all of Europe. He also worked for 2 years in a Franchise in Birkerød, Denmark with an old-timer South African franchise holder, Joan Schneehage.
Around 1983 he left official Scientology and started with many friends an independent Free Scientology Center in Copenhagen (Hjortekær) and he was the leading technical person upon whom the group depended. He corresponded and worked together with Captain Bill Robertson (“Captain Bill”), who developed the Excalibur tech and the ‘Rons Org Upper Bridge’. Per delivered this groundbreaking tech in Copenhagen.
At some point the Hjortekær-group stopped operating and Per started a center called Foreingen for Levende Filosofi (the Association for Living Philosophy). Then he became part of a management know-how company (Ressource Group, headed by Niels Kjellerup). They delivered training to commercial companies – in communication, cooperation and efficiency. When he was in his late fifties he had put all these “follies” of changing the world behind him and applied for a job as chief harbor master for several marinas, located on his home turf as a yachtsman. As harbormaster he got a villa right on the beach in the most expensive part of Greater Copenhagen (Bellevue Beach). He enjoyed overseeing the harbors and renewed many friendships with yachtsmen. Acquaintances included the Royal family (Prins Henrik, the Queen’s husband and Crown prince Frederik) and Mærsk Mc-Kinnny Møller (the owner of the word’s largest container shipping company). The ship owner several times asked Per to join him for a cruise as he enjoyed Per’s company.
Per retired from the position as harbormaster when he turned 70. In 2015 an old ‘customer’ from the harbor, an English business man and millionaire, invited Per to UK, all expenses paid. The English gentleman had arranged a glorious party that celebrated his crew and his time in the Copenhagen ports, and Per was the guest of honor and he met up in his old brassy uniform as a chief harbormaster. After Per retired he took up his other old love, life-coaching and auditing. He built up a practice based on old clients and word-of-mouth. He went, for example, to the UK to help a special client. He had also clients coming from overseas to Denmark to seek his guidance. He developed over the years several groundbreaking life-coaching techniques, including his ‘Freedom and Integrity Tools’, his ‘Handling of Mental Masses’ and other techniques. He co-developed a technique called Balancing with chief-developer, Torben Staal. In 2015 he participated in our DEEP Clearing training and became part of our Ability One Group. Per and I worked for several years closely together, developing advanced techniques, materials and processes. We were especially exchanging coaching sessions, applying old and new techniques on each other for testing and mutual benefits. We also did several health fairs together, presenting our methods to the public.
Besides being a naval architect and an expert life-coach, Per was also a gifted craftsman. He was, as a hobbyist, a silversmith, an architect, a model boat builder, a graphic artist and a poet.
Per, you will be missed by many. By your sister, Nina; your girlfriend, Lise; and the family and friends – as well as of me and your many friends in the Freezone, here in Denmark and overseas.
Per had no children.
As a conclusion I will bring your poem “Death – a New Beginning” as it expresses in the most personal way how you perceive death – an optimistic view you share with many of your friends.
Death, a new beginning
By Per Schiøttz, August 8, 2010
Come play with me - there is no loss
Why fight it now – why do be cross
Why fight a war – already won
Free yourself – and lose a ton
Let them go – those chafing bonds
Need no more – survival funds
Be a Being – go be free
Free yourself – from eternity
Don’t count the losses – look anew
They ARE Beings – all like you
They don’t have time – but only love
Or bodies, no – they are above
Playing then – a greater game
Freedom to – a higher aim
Creating now – again a Rock?
Maybe you like – to be a wog
Spirit novice – oh no my friend
New life again – will not transcend?
Oh brother, come – my sister, too
There is no change – was always you
The knowing you – just played a game
The real you – come, light your flame
Regain your knowledge – with no fight
You my love – just pure delight
You will decide – a better game
It never will – be just the same
But will be ours – without no-know
Our creation – with no forgo
The utmost joy – and happiness
Will now be – self made bliss
Don’t fear it now – we will be fine
Your greatest love – is just divine
And all, they add – their love sublime
And now again – a new playtime
Is this then new – this very freedom?
No my love – you are a phantom
Play this game – forever more
Just have wins – and please, galore
When you decide – we meet again
In our own – dimension then
Per Schiøttz, 2010.