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(A reference on what you should be writing on your session record)

Pre-Session: CCHs 1-4 Instructions

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 CCHs 1-4.

CCHs 1-4 are run as a package, CCH 1 until temporarily flat, CCH 2 until temporarily flat, CCH 3 until temporarily flat, CCH 4 until temporarily flat, CCH 1 until temporarily flat, and so on. You might go through this sequence ten times or a thousand times before the whole package is flat.

The end phenomena for CCHs 1-4 is covered in: CCHs 1-4 EP.

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.

You will need a computer screen, and a mouse. For this series of four processes, you will seated for CCH 1, CCH 3 and CCH 4, but walking around for CCH 2 You will need external speakers to do this properly. For later processes, external speakers will be needed too. Headphones will likely be very inconvenient as you will be forever getting tangled up in the cord as you walk around. 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.

CCHs 1-4 generally

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, CCHs 1-4, for a good while, you 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. CCHs 1-4 is expected to take hours rather than minutes to flatten. If in doubt, run more of it.


You will hear the command "Thank you. Give me that hand." Now, obviously your computer monitor is not going to suddenly grow an appendage and warmly clasp your hand in its grip. For this Robot version, lift your hand out of your lap and place it, palm down, onto the desk/table in front of you. With your other hand, mark a vertical stroke on your worksheet, and click the "Next" link, replacing your hand in the same place in your lap. If you find you are going out of PT, hit the Anaten/Rub link and yawn off the anaten as usual before continuing. This is important! Continue in this way, using the exact same locations on the desk (this means the same place on the desk, not just the same desk) and your lap, until there is no physical change in your execution of the command for at least three cycles. Then click the CCH 2 link.


The commands you will hear are:
  • "Thank you. You look at that wall."
  • "Thank you. You walk over to that wall."
  • "Thank you. You touch that wall."
  • "Thank you. Turn around."
You will need two "walls", enough space to allow you to walk between them, and also be able to click your computer mouse while standing next to each wall. Unless you are running this is a room the size of a toilet cubicle, you will have to get a bit creative. One relatively easy way to accomplish this set-up is to use your chair to walk around each time you move between the "walls". Have your worksheet and mouse on a cardboard box (say) on your desk, to the side of the monitor. You will need to be able to see the whole monitor while sitting down for CCH 3 and 4. Use the side of the cardboard box as a "wall". Even if the box on the desk is right next to your other "wall" it will work fine as long as you walk around the chair every time you "walk over to that wall".


The first set of commands you will hear are:
  • "(Ack) Put your hands facing mine, about one inch away. Follow them and contribute to their motion."
  • (Pause for about four seconds)
  • "Did you contribute to their motion?"
The "hands" are an animated representation of two hands, provided in a series of Flash movies. Each "hand" appears as a squarish block with a smaller rectangular block to the side. It will probably be smaller than your own hand unless you have a very large monitor, but by matching up the join between the top of the "thumb" and the side of the "index finger" with your own thumb, it will work out fine.

In running this, the auditor is supposed to start with his hands touching the pc's, and gradually increase the complexity of the motions. When it is flat like this, the auditor will then put a bit of distance between his hands and the pc's, say an inch (5 cm). When this is flat he will gradually increase the distance, up to about three feet (one meter).

In this Robot version, there are a series of 20 motions for each of 5 distances, 100 Flash movies in all. The distances are one inch (2.5 cm), six inches (15 cm), one foot (30 cm), two feet (60 cm) and three feet (100 cm). They are numbered 01.01, 01.02 ... 01.20; 06.01 ... 06.20; 10.01 ... 10.20; 20.01 ... 20.20; 30.01 ... 30.20.

The idea is to have the Flash movie occupying 90-95% of the monitor, and underneath the full page with the basic long and skinny CCH 3 text on the right hand side of the screen only taking up the remaining space at the side. This CCH 3 screen stays onscreen the whole time, and gives the links for the 20 Flash movies for that series. To start the first one, you click on the 01.01 link. The Flash movie will start playing, and will show the "hands" stationary. You raise your hands to match (don't touch your monitor screen or you will smear it up with body oils that attract dust and are very hard to remove). In line with the instructions, you move your hands in time with the computer's.

At the end of the motion, you will hear the question, "Did you contribute to their motion?" Answer the question aloud, make a mark on your worksheet to show a small process cycle done, click the "X" in the top right of the movie window to close it, and click the next movie link. If you don't feel you did the command well enough, click on the same movie link and have another go at it. When you're happy with it, go onto the next one.

You must close out each movie by hand. If you do not, it will start to repeat after ten seconds, and the sound will be distracting.

You will need to have a recent version of the Flash Player installed on your computer. It is a free download from Macromedia. If you have an earlier version than the current one it may or may not render the animations correctly.

Each Flash movie (there are 100 for CCH 3) takes up about 50 KB. So each series of 20 movies takes up about 1 MB. Depending on how fast your computer connection is, there will be a delay while the Flash movie loads into your computer cache for the first time. To minimise this delay in session, there are five "Flash Dump" pages. Each page will simultaneously play the 20 movies in that series, putting the movies into your computer cache ahead of your going into session. Do check for any delay before session, or it could be very annoying in session.

You can check now with this first CCH3 Flash movie. Click on this link and see what happens. It should automatically play the movie. Resize the window so that it takes up 90-95% of your monitor space, leaving a long skinny vertical gap on the right for the page underneath with the instructions on the right hand side only.

If that didn't work out properly, see if you can debug it. You can refer to the audio troubleshooting page, then come back to these instructions.

Once you have the Flash movies showing correctly, go to these Flash Dump pages. Each will automatically play through the movies 20 at a time to put them into your computer cache.

Take off any anaten etc. in the usual manner, after clicking the Rub/Anaten link.

When in session, end off on that bit of CCH 3 when there is no physical change in doing the commands well for at least three cycles in a row. Doing them badly exactly the same three times in a row doesn't count! When flat for now, go onto CCH 4.


This uses Flash animation also, like CCH 3. This time there is a representation of a book. There are twenty different Flash movies, roughly in order of difficulty. It is set up similarly to CCH 3, but there is no sound in the movies themselves. Follow the instructions on the screen when you get there, and you will hear a question after you click a at the end of each movie. Answer it aloud. Don't fail to do this--do not just go through a whole run of movie silently or you will lose the continuity of the session.

When in session, end off on that bit of CCH 4 when there is no physical change in doing the commands well for at least three cycles in a row. Doing them badly exactly the same three times in a row doesn't count! When flat for now, go onto CCH 1. Note that there is a "Rub" screen between CCH 4 and CCH 1. Just do a Rub cycle and see if there are any yawns waiting to come off. As usual, when you can produce no more yawns after rubbing hard for a full minute by the clock, click the "No Yawns Left" link.

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)