As a student auditor, you may discover that the engram you ran out of Bill may tomorrow be found in you. This is nothing about which to get excited, and you shouldn’t think you are having delusions. If this happens, your auditor would be missing a very important point if he didn’t know that you [...]
n Bethesda Naval Hospital I worked on a couple of people in the fall of 1949, and one of these gentlemen gave me the most remarkable tale I ever heard in my life. He went on back, and I suppose he would have wound up as a cave man if I had let him [...]
Something that has to be rehabilitated in a patient is his feeling of reality. Never neglect the rehabilitation of that very fact.
An auditor must keep in mind that he is going to run across people who don’t know five minutes ago was real, who are floating about eight feet off the ground as far as [...]
Aberration is the thing. The psychiatrist and psychologist are playing right into the hands of the engrams and aberration by crediting aberration itself with enormous strength, and have rendered it less possible for the problem to be solved or for people to be sane by saying that neurosis is the
thing which makes a genius. This [...]
Stability is extremely necessary in your case. There’s no reason why you should keep on diving off like this. If it was good auditing you would not have done so.
But with poor auditing where the auditor is challenging your information, in addition to which there is a psychiatrist entering into the case delving around in [...]
A very definite principle that an auditor must follow is never bring a person up short. I have tested it and have done just that, occasionally— challenged the person’s memory, particularly when he was going over an incident that was very painful to him, and told him, “Well, you must be imagining it,” just as [...]
The business of the mind is to be right. The idea implanted in the mind that yesterday was a delusion, for instance, or that five minutes ago was a delusion, is received as something engramic. This occurred with the introduction into the field of mental healing of a cock-eyed Freudian opinion which has been given [...]
Another thing is that if you think of the amount of study and training which an individual has done in this lifetime, you don’t have to look for any esoteric reason why little gnomes with crossed eyes and pink ears or something have to jump up on his shoulder and tell him things.
We are taught [...]
The theory of delusion: Insanity starts by delusion. Childhood delusions become insanity and therefore what one remembers as having done is delusion. We pick up a college textbook on psychiatry and we can look up cases where the patient was informed that what she thought she was experiencing while in her mother’s womb was only [...]