OUT OF VALENCE, 1. simply and entirely the pc was not in the body he was occupying during the incident . ( SH Spec 51, 6109C07) 2. in the pictures you get of old incidents, you may be seeing yourself “outside of yourself,” not seeing the scene as you saw it then. This is being out of valence. (HFP, p. 92) 3. it means the case is too heavily charged. It is very, very, very heavily charged. So the person cannot even come to the center of his bank, he can’t be in the middle of his bank and look at it. He has been living for eons watching himself so that the pictures he takes are outside. (7203C30SO) 4. if you look into suppressive person tech you will find an SP has to be out of valence to be SP. He does not know that he is because he is himself in a non-self valence. He is “somebody else” and is denying that he himself exists, which is to say denying himself as a self. (HCOB 17 Jul 71)
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