Female voice: How would you go about cleaning up every session a guy’s ever had ?
How would you go about cleaning up every session a person has ever had? Well, in view of the fact the auditing track is not a very long track, that’s a very easy thing to do. If you simply ran the ARC break process which you now have in the present rudiments, you’d clean the lot. Okay?
It’s interesting sometime to take off the auditing by whatever means or process. We had a student one time, in Washington, in the Academy, that was auditing somebody, and came down with measles. And he was promptly and immediately rushed to the nearest sawbones, and the sawbones couldn’t find any measles. He looked around but the pc was not “measing” very much. And it finally came down to my desk, and I said, “Hey, hey, hey, hey!”
I just said “Let’s see, what was he doing two or three days ago?” And they said, “So and so,” and I said, “Well, run the session off.” And so they got hold of him, and ran him running the session, I think, or something like that, and the measles disappeared within the hour.
Measles seem to be something that goes into very easy restim. I notice in old Dianetics – I’ve had a letter from somebody that picked up the book, read, I think, half of the first chapter and then audited his wife. Ran her into measles, and she was instantly taken to the hospital with measles. Only the doctor couldn’t find any measles. And she was all broken out, and
three to ten days later why it all ceased and she didn’t have measles anymore.1
- Hubbard, L. Ron (1961, September 20) Q&A Period – What Is Knowable To The PC? St. Hill Special Briefing Course; East Grinstead, Sussex ↩