Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document date: 1980, 29 August
Document title: How Not To Miss Out on Gains From Your Auditing
Document type: Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin
Series: KSW 23
Book title: The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.
Description: Enlightenment in Scientology involves the use of Hubbard's "Gradation Chart" that gives the exact claims for each step of Hubbard's "Bridge to Total Freedom."
Auditing is one of the most valuable services that there is to a being. The reason we get auditing is to make case gains and to advance up the Bridge to Clear and onward to higher states. It is therefore wise to know how not to miss out on gains from auditing.
The reasons why people get into quickying1 are covered in the HCOBs and HCO PLs on the subject of “Quickying” as listed under the title of this issue. The individual reasons found on some cases studied recently are as follows.
Lack of Enlightenment
Where Gradation Charts are not displayed and not in use and well known, the purpose of the various grades can become unknown. The Abilities Gained and the Inabilities Lost determine whether a person has attained a Grade or not. If the pc doesn’t know the Grade Chart he could be easily influenced into thinking that he had gotten all there was to get from a grade or level after one or a few processes — so great are the wins and cognitions obtained on each process. But it would be a disservice to let someone think he’d gotten it all, when he had barely scratched the surface.
Hubbard, L. R. (1980, 29 August). How Not To Miss Out On Gains From Your Auditing. (Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin, Keeping Scientology Working Series 23) 4
- Definition: quickie ↩
- Image of the Gradation Chart. ↩
- Notice that enlightenment occurs at the same time as wallet enlightenment. ↩
- KSW 23 was not published in the Technical Bulletins. It was assisted by Senior C/S Int, and initialed “LRH:DM:dr”. KSW 23R (revised) is HCOB 9 Feb 1979R How to Defeat Verbal Tech Checklist, (Technical Bulletins, 1991 ed., Vol. S2 p. 66.) ↩