Author: Hubbard, L. R.
Document title: The False Purpose Rundown
Document date: 1984, 5 June
Document type: Hubbard Communication Office Bulletin
Series: False Purpose Rundown Series 1
Book title: The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology
Location: Los Angeles
Publisher: Bridge Publications, Inc.
Description: Hubbard makes claims for the False Purpose Rundown; discloses his research about psychiatrists "back on the track."
The tech research done was quite extensive and involves several major discoveries. But I’ll let you in on one thing: There were psychiatrists who existed way, way back on the track1.
It was the aim of these psychs back on the whole track to very carefully push in people’s anchor points2 to prevent them from reaching. The psychs were, themselves, a bunch of terrified cowards, and the prevention of reaching was one facet of their operation. Handling overts, withholds and nonsurvival purposes3 with the False Purpose Rundown has proven highly effective in undoing the effects of the “work” of psychs on the whole track, and restoring the thetan’s willingness and ability to reach.RESULTS
Pcs and pre-OTs report–and folder studies confirm–a very high rate of case gain per hour of auditing on this rundown, with unwanted fixed conditions and considerations dropping away left and right.
Barriers to enjoyment of life and attainment of goals that before seemed solid and formidable can be whisked away like a puff of smoke before a fresh gust of wind.
What would be left if such barriers were gone? Certainty of self and one’s basic purposes and intentions–and a revitalized reach, drive and confidence in one’s ability to achieve them, free from self-restraint.
Hubbard, L. R., (1984, 5 June) The False Purpose Rundown. (Hubbard Communications Office Bulletin, False Purpose Rundown Series 1) The Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology (1991 ed., Vol. S3, pp. 996). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.