STANDARD CLEARING TECHNOLOGY

CHECKSHEET: LEVEL ZERO
1st Edition (pilot), September 2003

Prerequisites: Clearbird's Study Manual, Auditors TRs Course, the Meter Course.
Completed on Word Clearing Intensive (M1) is desirable. It can however be done as part of the course as co-auditing. The student would need to complete Basic Auditing (I-XI sections below) and study, star-rate and drill the Word Clearing Intensive (M1), which can be found in the Level 0 Index. 
The Student should read R. Hubbard's books "Self Analysis" and "Dianetics 55" as part of this level.

The course is aimed at teaching student auditors
1. the basic skills of auditing. 
2. The processes of Level Zero.

The basic skills of auditing are part of any session and should be learned well here and constantly be improved upon through experience and additional study. Learning the processes of Level Zero makes it possible to co-audit the listed processes. Many additional processes can be run with the skills of a Level Zero auditor. Better yet is to do Level 1-5 and learn all the data needed and do the grades and other actions needed.

* = 100% knowledge and understanding and ability to apply.
0 rated  = read and listened to the data with understanding and no MUs.
A demonstration of any of the materials may be requested by the supervisor.
The checksheet is one time through materials and practical, including the auditing requirements.

Due to the many processes and rundowns contained in The Road to Clear they are not all part of a checksheet at this point. Yet, an auditor can be called upon applying a specific process or rundown  to a pc. As long as the auditor has been checked out and drilled the action per Drilling Processes he should be ready to go. He can do any action listed under a level he has already completed. The checksheets are thus at this point intended to cover a basic training route that brings the auditor's basic skill level up to a point where he easily can tackle any and all actions contained in The Road to Clear.

The student is to apply the Study technology throughout this course.


NAME:_____________________________

START:_____________________________

COMPLETED:_____________________________

PART ONE: AUDITING BASICS
I. FUNDAMENTALS AND DEFINITIONS

* Study: "Barriers to Study".________
Clay: The three principle barriers in study:
a) Misunderstood Word.________
b) Lack of Mass.________
c) Skipped Gradient.________
Demo: Confusion and Stable Datum.________
Drill: Find words you (or another) have misunderstood and determine what category they fall in. Clear up the word per materials.________

Study: "Introduction"
Drill: Click on an illustration and get familiar with use of the glossary.________
Drill: Click on a Seagull Logo and get familiar with Index.________
Drill: Look up at least one word in a dictionary.________
Demo: Subject of ST 0.________
Demo: Subject of ST 1.________
Demo: Subject of ST 2.________
Demo: Subject of ST 3.________
Demo: Subject of ST 4.________
Demo: Subject of ST 4 Pro.________
Demo: Subject of ST 5.________
Demo: Subject of ST 5 Pro C/S.________
Demo: What is a twin.________
Essay: Write a plan for how to get a twin.________

Study: "ST 0, Overview".________
Demo: Purpose of TRs.________
Demo: The reason for Auditors Code.________
Demo: "Technical data result in practical actions".________
Demo: What the Meter can detect and what not.________

Study: "What is Auditing?".________
Demo: Auditor.________
Dem: Preclear.________
Demo: Auditing.________
Demo: Reactive Mind (Bank).________
Demo: Auditor plus Pc is Greater than Pc's Bank.________
Demo: Thetan.________
Demo: Analytical Mind.________
Demo: Somatic Mind.________
Essay: Write some personal observations 
of people being influenced by their Bank.________

Study: "Basic Definitions for PC's" (to Pc Hat).________
This is done as a coaching assignment per Study Manual. Twins take turns reading, using demos while studying and looking up needed words in glossary and dictionary. Each headlined definition is to be demoed.

* Star-rate: Basic Definitions for PC's.________

* Study: "Pc Hat".________
Demo: Each of the headlined paragraphs:
a) Food.________
b) Sleep.________
c) Alcohol, Drugs.________
d) Other treatment or practices.________
e) Off-line Actions.________
f) Pc's should not talk about their cases.________
g) Examiner Statements.________
h) Ethics.________

 

II AXIOMS AND SCALES

Study Chapter: "Axioms and Auditing".________
This is done as a coaching assignment per Study Manual. Twins take turns reading, using demos while studying and looking up needed words in glossary and dictionary. Each Axiom is to be demoed.
Clay:

a) Axiom 1.________
b) Axiom 2.________
c) Axiom 3.________
d) Axiom 4.________
e) Axiom 5.________
f) Axiom 6.________
g) Axiom 7.________
h) Axiom 8.________
i) Axiom 9.________
j) Axiom 10.________
k) Axiom 51.________

The next section is covered in The Auditor's TRs Course, but there are additional data on scales. It is studied and expanded upon here as the theory is very basic to effective auditing.

Study: "Communication and Auditing".________
Clay: How the auditor is the 'second terminal' that discharges the pc..________
Clay: Itsa-maker Line.________
Clay: Itsa Line.________
Clay: What's-it Line.________
Demo: The auditing comm cycle 1-9.________
Clay: Definition of In-session.________
Demo: Q&A.________
Demo: Why Q&A is harmful in auditing.________

Study: "ARC and Scales".________
Clay: ARC Triangle as it applies to an auditing session.________

Study: "The Tone Scale".________
(The tone scale is drilled extensively as part of Practical in drills called AB's (Auditing Basics).
Clay: Difference between social tone and theta tone.________

Clay: using some of the detailed characteristics:
a) Deepest Apathy.________
b) Grief.________
c) Fear.________
d) Anger._______
e) Antagonism.______
f) Boredom._________
g) Conservatism._______
h) Interest.________
i) Enthusiasm._________

Essay: Write up 'a day in Mr. X's life', showing how events changes his tone as a natural reaction to events.________

Clay: Main characteristics of the sub-zero scale.________

Drill: With your twin do a "two minutes 
psychometric drill", the coach makes up the situations.________

Drill: Once the tone is established, 
do the "Raising of Tone" drill in a similar fashion._________

Drill: In real life, find a person to talk to. Establish the person's tone level by the "two minutes drill". Then raise the person's tone by using "Raising Tone" drill.______

Essay: Write a report about your experiences with the drill above.________

Study: "More Scales".________
Demo: CDEI Scale.________
Demo: How using the CDEI Scale can handle an upset pc.________
Demo: Each level of Reality & Communication Scale.________
Demo: Each level of Know to Mystery Scale.________
Demo: Each level of Havingness Scale.________
Clay: Effect Scale. How to handle a 'desperate case'.________
Awareness Scale: Look up any words you do not fully understand in the context.________
Demo: What the Awareness Scale measures.________

Drill:  AB-1 "Observing the Obvious" with a twin.________
Drill: AB-2 "Learning the Tone Scale" with a twin.________
Drill: AB-3 "Obnosis and the Tone Scale" with a twin.________

 

III ARC, COMMUNICATION AND TRs

Study: "ARC and TRs".________
Clay: Robotic TRs.________
Clay: Live Communication TRs.________

* Study: Axiom 28 Taken Apart.________
Demo each of the component parts:
"The component parts of Communication are:
a) Consideration.________
b) Intention.________
c) Attention.________
d) Cause.________
e) Source-point.________
f) Distance.________
g) Effect.________
h) Receipt-point.________
i) Duplication.________
j) Understanding.________
k) the Velocity of the impulse or particle.________
l) Nothingness or Somethingness._________ 
A non-communication consists of Barriers. Barriers consist of 
m)  Space.________
n) Interposition's (such as walls and screens of fast- moving particles).________
o) and Time.".________

Clay: Axiom 28.________
This is a big and detailed clay demo showing as many of
the component parts of comm as possible.

Study: "Picture Guide and EP of TRs".________

Study: "TRs and Confront".________
Clay: Why TRs start with confront.________

Study: Coaching the TRs.________
Clay: Toughness in coaching.________

Study TRs Full Theory in Sections:

*Study theory: OT-TR 0_________
*Study theory: TR-0__________
*Study theory: TR-0 Bullbait_________
*Study theory: TR-1___________
*Study theory: TR-2____________
*Study theory: TR-21/2___________
*Study theory: TR-3_____________
*Study theory: TR-4____________
*Study the rest of theory__________

Study: TRs Instructions.________
Study: TRs Remedies
.________

Drill to pass: OT-TR 0_________
Drill to pass: TR-0, 2 hours straight__________
Drill to pass: TR-0 Bullbait_________
Drill to pass: TR-1___________
Drill to pass: TR-2____________
Drill to pass: TR-21/2___________
Drill to pass: TR-3_____________
Drill to pass: TR-4____________

**Final Supervisor pass with all TRs in: TR-4.________

IV. UNMETERED AUDITING BASICS

Study: "Indicators and EP of a Process".________
Drill: To your twin act out each of the Good Indicators.________
Drill: To your twin act out each of the Bad Indicators.________
Drill: Show each of the Meter related Good Indicators on a Meter.________
Drill: Show each of the Meter related Bad Indicators on a Meter.________

* Study: "Auditing Self Analysis".________

Drill: Go through the 'Step by Step' procedure of SAL using a doll for pc.________
Your coach is seated next to you, coaching you on the drill. At this stage student should just get familiar with it all and go through the actions. Out TRs or poor session control are not flunked at this stage. Getting familiar with the procedure is the objective. The full session doll drill is part of practical where TRs and session control are covered.

V. METER DRILLS

The checksheet items for the Meter are covered on the Meter Course and should be reviewed here as needed. The Meter Drills are done for each level regardless of student having passed them on the Meter Course.

Study: Meter Basics._________

* Study: Meter Coaching._________

Drill: EM-1 Touch and Let Go_________
Drill: EM-2 Basic Controls_________
Drill: EM-3 TA Counter_________
Drill: EM-4A Setting up the Meter_________
Drill: EM 4B - Holding the cans_________
Drill: EM 4C - Correcting False TA_________
Drill: EM-5A Can Squeeze_________
Drill: EM-5B Metabolism Test_________
Drill: EM-6 Moving the Tone Arm_________
Drill: EM-7 Read the TA positions_________
Drill: EM-8 TA Motion/No Motion_________
Drill: EM-9 Body Motion and TA_________
Drill: EM-10 Noting TA Blow Downs_________
Drill: EM-11 Needle on the Dial_________
Drill: EM-12 Defining Needle Actions_________
Drill: EM-13 Body Reactions_________
Drill: EM-14 Reads and No Reads_________
Drill: EM-15 What the Needle is Doing_________
Drill: EM-16 Producing Needle Actions_________
Drill: EM-17 Cleaning a Read_________
Drill: EM-18 Instant Read, Rud Check_________
Drill: EM-19 Instant Reads_________
Drill: EM-20 Comm and Dirty Needles_________
Drill: EM-21A Meter Steering_________
Drill: EM-21B Cleaning a Dirty Needle_________

V!. METERED AUDITING

Study: Doll Drills.________

* Study: "Floating Needle and EP"

Demo: An F/N with TA position.________
Clay: The four parts of a full EP.________
Clay: A Rudiment EP.________
Demo: Why you F/N every item or process that originally read.________

Drill: AB-8 "Indication of F/N".________

* Study: False TA Handling.________

Demo: The TA is measuring resistance.________
Demo: How pc's case can cause high TA.________
Demo: How physical conditions can cause high TA.________

Demo: To twin, the principal sources for False TA.________
(this demo should be done with a Meter. Student pointing and demonstrating).
Meter Trim out.________
Discharged Battery.________
One Hand Electrode.________
Moist Hands.________
Dry Hands.________
Arthritic Hands.________
Loosens Grip.________
Size of Cans.________
Pc Cold.________
Late at night.________
Old and Rusty Cans.________
Too Small Shoes.________
Cold Cans.________

* Study: "Advanced Meter Data".________

Demo on Meter: How rings can cause "Rock Slams" and how to prevent it.________
Demo with Meter: Meter Position and explain to twin why.________
Demo: Why you don't tell pc what the Meter and needle is doing.________
Demo with Meter: "Be quiet during Blowdowns".________

 

VII AUDITOR'S ADMIN


* Study: Pc Folders and Auditor's Admin
.________

Drill: Make up a worksheet, folding it to make 
two columns, write name of pc and auditor, date at top.________
Drill: Then write down an imagined session, using shorthand, noting time and TA position, Meter reads and shorthand for pc's answers. Go 
over it with a red ink pen afterwards and correct it so it is readable.________
Drill: Make up an Auditor's Report Form and fill 
it in with the data from your imagined session. Stable it to the worksheet.________
Drill: Make a "Suggested C/S Form" and fill it in, using fruit names for processes.________
Drill: Make a Folder Summary Sheet and enter your session in it.________

 

VIII. RUDIMENTS AND MODEL SESSION


Study: How to Fly the Rudiments
.________
* Study: Section about ARC Break.________
Clay: An ARC Break.________
* Study: Section about PTP.________
Clay: Problem.________
Clay: A PTP.________
* Study: Section about Missed Withhold.________
Clay: Withhold.________
Clay Missed Withhold.________

* Study: Rest of Chapter, staring with "Suppress Button".________
Demo: When you use buttons "Suppress" and "False".________
Demo: What you do when TA is above 3.5 or below 2.0 at session start.________

Chapter: Model Session
* Study : Section "Clearing Commands".________
Drill: Clear command, 'Do birds fly?' on your twin.________
* Study: Section "Checklist for Session".________
Drill: Go through the checklist as a drill. Your coach is the pc.________
* Study: Section "Model Session".________
(Is drilled in Practical)
* Study: Section "Havingness".________
Drill: Run a Havingness Process on your coach to VGIs, unmetered.________

* Study: "Auditing Basics".________
Clay: The two basic steps, 
A. You get into communication with the pc you want to help.________
B. You do something for him.________
Clay: Why it works to acknowledge a pc's rightness.________

IX. AUDITOR'S CODE, GAE'S

* Study: Auditors Code.________
Clay: Each of the points 1-24.________
Essay: "How Auditor+Pc>Pc's case" and 
definition of "In-session" relates to Auditors Code.________
Drill: Learn Auditors Code verbatim (the system of AB-2 can be used).________

Study: Gross Auditing Errors.________
Demo: Each of the 5 points that can be wrong with the auditor.________
Demo: Each of the 6 points that can be wrong with the pc.________

X. AUDITOR'S RIGHTS

Study: Auditors Rights (C/S Series 1).________
Starrate in following sections:
* Study: From beginning to "Auditing over Out Ruds".________
Demo: Why you need fresh data before you audit.________

* Study: From "Auditing over Out Ruds" to "Ruds Going Out".________
Demo: Why Ruds have to be in before a Major Action.________

* Study: "Ruds Going Out".________
Demo: Each of the symptoms of Out Ruds and how to handle.________

* Study: Rest of the Chapter.________
Clay: "Auditors have no case".________

XI. STYLE AND AUDITOR'S BEINGNESS

Study: Styles of Auditing.________

* Level Zero - Listen Style.________
Demo: The difference between Itsa and Listen Style.________
Drill: The difference between Listen Style and Repetitive Style.________
(this is done by showing the use of TR-3 and other TRs.) 

* Study: Auditors Beingness.________
Clay: Beingness and purpose.________
Demo: Professional Beingness and Certainty.________
Clay: Auditors Beingness.________

XII. AUDITING BASICS DRILLS

Study: Auditing Basics Drills (the AB's)

AB-4 Obnosis for Sessionability.________
AB-5 Session Start.________
AB-6 Spotting Bad Indicators.________
AB-7 Clearing Commands.________
AB-9 Handwriting Drill.________
AB-10 Auditors Code Drill.________
AB-11 Flying Ruds.________ 
AB-12 Instant False TA Check.________
AB-13 Auditors Rights Drill.________
AB-14 Full Model Session Drill.________

Doll Drill: Listen Style Auditing.________

END OF AUDITING BASICS

PART TWO: PROCESS DRILLING

RECALL PROCESSES

Complete reading Self Analysis.________

Study: Drilling processes.________

The drilling below are done per these instructions. Any theory is star-rated before the drilling is begun.

* Study: "Recall Grade" to "Processes".________
Clay: How recall works, showing the pc, Bank, Cause and Effect.________

* Restudy:  "Auditing Self Analysis".________

Drill: Do 'Step by Step' procedure of SAL using a doll for pc.________
Your coach is seated next to you, coaching you on the drill. Out procedure, out TRs or poor session control are now coached and flunked when out. This is the full session doll drill.

Recall Grade
The drilling below are done per "Drilling processes". Any theory is star-rated before the drilling is begun.

* Drill: Process 1.________
* Drill: Process 2.________
* Drill: Process 3.________
* Drill: Process 4.________
* Drill: Process 5.________
* Drill: Process 6.________
* Drill: Process 7.________
* Drill: Process 8.________
* Drill: Process 9.________
* Drill: Process 10.________
Drill: (SAL done separately)
* Drill: Process 12.________
* Drill: Process 13.________

GRADE ZERO PROCESSES - COMMUNICATION


* Study: "Grade Zero Processes - Communication" to "Processes".________

Study: "Grade Zero Processes.________
The drilling below are done per "Drilling processes". Any theory is star-rated before the drilling is begun.

* Drill: Process 1.________
* Drill: Process 2.________
* Drill: Process 3.________
* Drill: Process 4.________
* Drill: Process 5.________
* Drill: Process 6.________
* Drill: Process 7.________
* Drill: Process 8.________
* Drill: Process 9.________
* Drill: Process 10.________
* Drill: Process 11-1.________
* Drill: Process 11-2.________
* Drill: Process 11-3.________
* Drill: Process 11-4.________
* Drill: Process 11-5.________
* Drill: Process 11-6.________
* Drill: Process 11B-1.________
* Drill: Process 11B-2.________
* Drill: Process 11B-3.________
* Drill: Process 11B-4.________
* Drill: Process 11B-5.________
* Drill: Process 11B-6.________
* Drill: Process 11B-7.________
* Drill: Process 11B-8.________
* Drill: Process 12.________
* Drill: Process 13.________
* Drill: Process 14.________
* Drill: Process 15-1.________
* Drill: Process 15-2.________
* Drill: Process 15-3.________
* Drill: Process 15-4.________
* Drill: Process 16.________

STUDENT ATTEST THEORY:

Student Attest Theory and Drilling:

I have completed the theory/drilling section of this checksheet and have left no MUs behind. 
I know and can apply the data.

Student:_______________________ Date:_________________

I have trained this student to the best of my ability and he/she has completed the Theory requirements  and have applied Study Tech correctly and knows and can apply the data.

Supervisor:____________________ Date:_________________

PRACTICAL - AUDITING


Student to complete on Word Clearing Intensive.________

Student to complete at least one pc on Grade Zero Expanded.________

END OF CHECKSHEET

COMPLETION

I have completed the requirements of this checksheet and I can do basic auditing  correctly and audit correctly on Level Zero actions and have done so.

Student:_______________________ Date:_________________

I have trained this student to the best of my ability and he/she has completed the requirements of this checksheet and  can do Basic Auditing correctly and has taken a pc to Grade Zero Release.

Supervisor:____________________ Date:_________________

Clearbird Publishing, 2003.