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How to Prep-check

Prep-checking is a is a type of process that can be used to do a general clean-up of a subject. It has in one form or another been used since the 1960s. You can Prep-check subjects the pc has troubles with or charge on, like 'cats', 'mother-in-law's', 'money', 'your childhood', etc., etc. It gets the rudiments in solid in the area. You can also Prep-check a time period, like: Since last October'. It uses buttons to accomplish that.

'Prep-check' means a preparatory check. Some definitions for Prep-check are: The purpose of Prep-checking is to set up a pc's rudiments so they will stay in during further clearing of the Bank. And: Thorough use of the Prep-check buttons will blow the charge from a selected subject, time period or item.

The Prep-check uses a number of buttons. It is much like the use of buttons you apply to see if a rudiment question or a process is charged. But here this is not a check, but a process you run.

A question is formed around each button and the question with that button is run repetitively to F/N, cog, VGIs. There are 20 buttons that are used (in this order):

  1. SUPPRESSED

  2. EVALUATED

  3. INVALIDATED

  4. CAREFUL OF

  5. DIDN'T REVEAL

  6. NOT-ISED

  7. SUGGESTED

  8. MISTAKE BEEN MADE

  9. PROTESTED

  10. ANXIOUS ABOUT

  11. DECIDED

  12. WITHDRAWN FROM

  13. REACHED

  14. IGNORED

  15. STATED

  16. HELPED

  17. ALTERED

  18. REVEALED

  19. ASSERTED

  20. AGREED WITH

Example: Let's say the subject is 'Cats'. The first question would be: "On cats, has anything been suppressed?" If that reads you run it to F/N, cog, VGIs. Then you go on to the next button: "On cats, has anything been evaluated?", etc., etc.

The question has to be adjusted to fit the button, of course. Examples:
"(Subject or time limiter) has anything been (button)?" or
"(Subject or time limiter) is there anything you have (been) (button)?" or
"(Subject or time limiter) is there anything you (button)?"
With the button 'Mistake Been Made', the command would be: "(Subject or time limiter) has a mistake been made?"

 

Step by Step
0. The first step on a new preclear is to clear the words and procedure. You clear the definition of each button with a dictionary as needed.
Then you go over the procedure, so the pc understands how it will be run.

1. Clear the subject or time limiter you use in the command.
2. Tell the pc you will check the first question on the Meter.

"On (cats) has anything been suppressed?"
(with a time limiter it would be "Since (October last year) has anything been suppressed?")
You look for instant read. If no instant read you take up the next button. You only take up reading questions. If no read you go onto the next question right away without awaiting an answer.
If the question reads you run it repetitively to F/N, cog, VGIs.

3. Check the next question, "On (cats) has anything been evaluated?" If instant read, take this to F/N, cog, VGIs.

4. In this manner you handle each Prep-check button. At some point you will hit a major cog on the subject and a big win. That will be your EP on the Prep-check.
You may run some or all the buttons before you hit the EP. Just be alert and recognize it when it happens and end off the activity.
You just run each reading button to F/N, cog, VGI's repetitively.
If pc says he has no more answers and yet no F/N, it may be due to out rudiment or some situation you can handle with TR-4. Find out what is going on but each read should be taken to its EP.

Prep-checks tend to uncover out-ruds on the subject as it is designed to get the ruds in thoroughly in the area. If you uncover an ARC break, you handle it per 'Flying ruds' and do the Assessments on it (ARCU CDEINR and E/S to F/N). An F/N, VGIs on an ARC break handling would be the EP for that button. You go on to the next button as explained above.

Prep-checks are very effective in releasing charge and bring relief. They are straightforward and simple to do. The buttons cover a series of types of decisions thetans make about things. It exposes a lot of angles, postulates and all kinds of considerations and out ruds around a subject and deals with it effectively.

20 Prep-check Buttons - Print-out

 

 

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