Write on Report:
(A reference on what you should be writing on your session record)
Here are general instructions on how to run this session. To repeat, you MUST know how to counter anaten with touching stuff and rubbing your chest/arms etc. and getting off the charge/anaten by yawning it off. If you do not have a personal certainty on this, do not continue as you might not get much out of this Robot version of CCH 9. Make sure you have already run CCHs 1-4 and flattened them thoroughly first, as well as
CCH 8, and
The end phenomena for CCH 10 is covered in:
CCH 10 EP.
You will need a computer screen, and a mouse, and external speakers. Headphones will likely be very inconvenient as you will be forever tripping over the cord as you walk around. This procedure is not done sitting down at your computer. Also have a watch or clock with a very visible second hand or digits so that you can see a minute going by as it goes by, without you having to touch it to view the seconds. A normal clock with a sweep second hand works great. You can get a cheap one for $1 or $2.
What I found workable was to set the screen at the back of the table, and put a cardboard carton a foot high in front of the screen but with a gap so the screen can still be seen. On top of the box, on the lid, put a clipboard with your session worksheets, a pen, and the mousepad and mouse. Place another box about a foot square (very roughly, it doesn't have to be a box) on the floor a couple of feet in front of the table. The idea is that you walk away from the table and walk around this box to get to the next spot. Do not just take half a pace over to get next to it, as then you are not walking over to it. Don't skip doing this!
You will need certain everyday objects as these are specifically used in the commands. They are a worksheet, coin, key, keyboard, wall, box, (computer) screen, table, pen, spoon, ring, clock, (computer) mouse, cup, and book.
You must be familiar with the original LRH material on how this process is supposed to work. I have not repeated that data here, just the differences in how it works with Paul's Robot Auditor. In case you do not have the original LRH materials, here is a link to Clearbird's write-up on Objectives. Scroll down to the CCHs section.
There are four basic commands:
- Look at that _____ (room object)
- Walk over to that _____ (same room object)
- Touch that _____ (same room object)
- Hold it still
- Look at that _____ (different room object)
Don't worry if it takes thirty minutes or ten hours to flatten this process. There is no set time.
You can say things out loud if you want to, such as "Yes, I held it still".
If anaten turns on, or you start going significantly out of PT, recognize it as such. Hit the red "Anaten" link, and then rub stuff and yawn for as long as needed to get rid of the anaten. End off the anaten handling when you can rub away for a full minute by the clock without getting any more yawns. Close out the anaten window, and continue the process where you left off.
If you feel you need some havingness during the session, but don't feel particularly anaten, that's OK, your choice. Hit the anaten link, and rub away. Once you start rubbing, rub for a full minute by the clock without any yawns before ending off, though.
If, after running the process, CCH 10, for a time, and you have flattened off your reactions to it and think you might have reached the EP, then by all means read about it here. If you have honestly made that EP, great, go onto the next process.
I've set up the session environment and know how to run this procedure here.
You gotta be kidding!
Notes on Running
(Instructions that will appear here throughout the session)