Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document title: Happiness Rundown Case Histories
Document date: 1981, 16 March
Document type: Hubbard Communication Office Bulletin
Series: Happiness Rundown Series 8
Book title: The Happiness Rundown Auditor Course
Description: Hubbard gives a case history of a Scientologist who eliminates false data about morality that she learned in the Catholic church.
HAPPINESS RUNDOWN CASE HISTORY NUMBER 2. Case Level: OT VII, has done Purification Rundown, Full Objectives (not done Survival Rundown), OT DRD. She had not read “The Way to Happiness” Booklet.
[T]he Happiness Rundown was begun. While handling the subject of “morality” a considerable amount of false data came off which she had acquired from her earlier schooling and from the Catholic Church.
On the precept “set a good example” she got upset and misemotional while reading the chapter and says she couldn’t have it, couldn’t even read it, didn’t agree etc. The auditor started pulling off the false data and she cog’d “I came to the conclusion that it was not okay to be good”. She still “hates” this precept and said it is hitting her main vein. Some more false data was blown that “there’s no use saying what you’ve done wrong and you can’t change and can’t be honest and there’s no benefit in showing a good examples and realized she came to the conclusion that she’d “rather be disorderly than a so-called ‘God example”’. A valence from the Catholic school was blown and she had a big shift in viewpoint and said that it’s okay to set a good example and another valence of knowingly not setting a good example blew. Cog’d that it’s more prosurvival to set a good example.
HAPPINESS RUNDOWN CASE HISTORY NUMBER 14.
Case Level: OT III, had done the Purification Rundown and objectives (not the SRD) and OT Drug Rundown. The person had studied “The Way to Happiness” Booklet prior to the Rundown, (or had at least been given it to read). She had read it by her origination by the second or third session.
On the precept “Seek to live with the truth,” a lot of TA action came off on the subject of the Catholic Church, she realized that she had transgressed against a lot of religious “truths”. She realized that what is true for them isn’t necessarily right or true for her.
She had a valence separation from “A NASTY PRIEST IN FLORENCE” and cognited that it was the same being she had been married to this lifetime.
HAPPINESS RUNDOWN CASE HISTORY NUMBER 16.
Case Level: Pre OT is OT 6, has had Purif, objectives and expanded grades. The Pre OT had read “The Way to Happiness” prior to receiving the Rundown.
Pre OT spots that he was taught to just follow the rules without any self determined rightness or wrongness from the Catholic Church in 1879 – this blows on inspection.
Hubbard, L. R. (1981, 16 March). Happiness Rundown Case Histories (Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin, Happiness Rundown Series 8.) The Happiness Rundown Auditor Course.