Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1962, 3 May
Document title: ARC Breaks Missed Withholds
Document type: Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin
Book title: The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.
Description: Hubbard links auditor standardness with preclear confidence.
There is an exact and precise auditor action and response for every auditing situation, and for every case. We are not today beset by variable approaches. The less variable the auditor’s actions and responses, the greater gain in the pc.1It is terribly precise. There is no room for flubs.
Further, every pc action has an exact auditor response. And each of these has its own drill by which it can be learned.
Auditing today is not an art, either in technology or procedure. It is an exact science.
This removes Scientology from every one of the past practices of the mind.
Medicine advanced only to the degree that its responses by the practitioner were standardized and the practitioner had a professional attitude toward the public.
Scientology is far ahead of that today.
What a joy it is to a preclear to receive a completely standard session. To receive a text book session. And what gains the pc makes! And how easy it is on the auditor!
It isn’t how interesting or clever the auditor is that makes the session. It’s how standard the auditor is. Therein lies pc confidence.
- pc: preclear. The person receiving the auditing. Auditing sessions conform to a standard pattern, the repetition of which breeds familiarity and “confidence.” ↩