Kathy had a health challenge recently, so she
looked around for an auditor and found me on line.

After a great effort on her part to be sessionable and to
get someone to drive her several hours to get here, we were able to do this session.

It is amazing what you can accomplish in 43 minutes.

Trey

I recently had an auditing session with Trey Lotz.

He flew my ruds and that alone was INCREDIBLE!!!

Then he did a PTS cycle that totally handled a long, long, long time PTS situation that had been restimulated in PT and was literally destroying my health.

I was blown away by the simplicity of the application of the tech – just the way it should be!!!

Trey was “spot on” with his actions in the session and went right to the heart of the matter.

The best part of the cycle is that this one session has completely handled a problem that I’ve had my whole life – something has been making me MISERABLE for over 6 decades!

I have been unable to have any kind of an encounter with other people without coming away from it feeling like I’ve said and done all the wrong things. I would end up with my stomach in a knot of severe anxiety and worry, sometimes for hours and even days afterward. No matter how hard I tried to interact with others “correctly”, I was convinced that I had failed. I’ve never been able to be comfortable around other people as a result. And I would never dare say how I really felt about anything if it meant creating a clash of realities. On the job, I was always in the tone level of propitiation because I was convinced that someone was going to hit me and hit me HARD for the slightest mistake or error or deviation from what was “acceptable”. No matter how many things I did that were right, they lost all their value if I did one little thing wrong. I was always analytically aware that this was illogical and a product of my case, but that didn’t make me feel any better.

I’ve been in Scientology for almost 40 years and this condition has never been handled.

Since my recent session with Trey, I notice that this condition is GONE!!!

It’s been a whole week and no anxiety or worry. I am relaxed around other people and can do and say anything without agonizing over it later. I can make mistakes and it’s no big deal. I can laugh about it!

I CAN FINALLY LIVE OUT LOUD!!!

Thanks, Trey. You totally rock!!! And thanks, Ron. The correct tech correctly applied WORKS!!!

Kathy

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Posted on April 7th, 2014 | Category: Announcements

At Play In This Universe

Catherine just attested to Clear!

Catherine had not ever been in the Church prior to
starting her auditing with me. The first auditing we did was Dianetics
Book 1.

We finished that to a really good win, and started on Certainty processing.
One day, when we were almost done with that, she said, “You know I think I went
Clear on the Dianetics auditing we did.“

She went on to say that since that auditing she could look back on her
track and find nothing that she had any charge on or that was upsetting to her!

We checked it out, and sure enough, she had achieved Clear!

Here is her success story for Clear and for 8-8008 Certainty Processing:

When I became clear, there was a qualitative change in perception, feeling, stability in myself and in being in the environment.

I now trust myself completely.

I trust myself to be able to handle anything.

Before, I felt as if all the work I had done on myself separated me from others and it felt lonely, now I feel that not only does it not separate me, being clear connects me. I used to worry that people didn’t like me, now I think, why wouldn’t they? I feel a kinship with everyone which I did not before. Everything seems amusing and that I am at play in the Universe.

It is worth every single iota of pain, money, time, struggle and effort that I made to get here, and it will be for you too.

Certainty Processing helped me to remember that all viewpoints are equal, although some may be more helpful than others. It helped me to anchor in the understanding that all this duality is an illusion. I had understood this before the process, but by going through each of the beliefs that are personal to me, it helped release the hold it had on me.

By standing in the middle of the two opposing viewpoints, you realize that either one or both or neither are true. It is very helpful to dig deep into the ones that are personal because when you do, the reality around them evaporates. By equally holding the opposite viewpoint, it becomes obvious what it is: merely an idea with no substance. The claw-like hold that it has on you unravels or instantaneously disappears.

It also helped me to release from the part of my mind that is a tormenter, because the opposite belief could just as well be true. It’s all just mind doing its thing. As others told me when I was complaining that Certainty Processing was boring, it ended up being one of the most helpful processes I’ve ever done.

Catherine Auman

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Posted on March 17th, 2014 | Category: Announcements

I wanted to post the talk I gave at the Indie convention for anyone who might be interested.

My talk relates insights and observations that I have had from auditing the Ls.

I have always been interested in how the tech makes it possible to understand and navigate through
the problems and conflicts that we all encounter in our daily lives and how we can use this knowledge to increase the ARC
and cooperation with those we live and work with and thus create more satisfying lives.

People are happiest when they are on purpose and winning.
Auditing and studying the tech helps people accomplish this.

Thanks to Ken Aaron who was nice enough to
video it and post it for me.

Love,

Trey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nR2fanGuqg&feature=youtu.be

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Posted on February 10th, 2014 | Category: Announcements
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Posted on January 1st, 2014 | Category: Announcements

Mary arrived here 5 weeks ago for intensive auditing.
First we completed L11 where she wrote:

“I am so happy, I feel like a mountain has been moved off, and my space is tall and wide!”

Next was L12 where she wrote:

“This is easily the ‘punchiest,’ the most case gain auditing I have ever had, and
also the best time I have had in this lifetime, to say the least!

Then we embarked on her OT 5-NOTS which she finished today with a spectacular win!

“I completed NOTS today!

I experience myself in the world as free, big, able, and knowing, an immortal being who has never been anything else except when going down to have a game. This was achieved using LRH tech and by telling the Truth, My Truth!

This was not the “Self” I brought with me to Trey’s auditing room several weeks ago, a Self which was full of many things which weren’t me and weighed me down until I no longer recognized or could be “Myself Without Additives.”

Auditing is the high road to freedom and ability.

Thank you Trey for being a world-class auditor and for making this freedom possible.

No one, NO ONE should depart this life without completing OT 5!!

Mary

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Posted on October 14th, 2013 | Category: Announcements

Happy and at cause

Link to blog

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Posted on September 29th, 2013 | Category: Success Story
L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California.

L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

“THE CRIMINAL MIND

Definition: A criminal is one who is motivated by evil intentions and who has committed so many harmful overt acts that he considers such activities ordinary.

There is a datum of value in detecting overts and withholds in criminal individuals:

THE CRIMINAL ACCUSES OTHERS OF THINGS WHICH HE HIMSELF IS DOING.”

“INDIVIDUALS WITH CRIMINAL MINDS TEND TO BAND TOGETHER SINCE THE PRESENCE OF OTHER CRIMINALS ABOUT THEM TENDS TO PROVE THEIR OWN DISTORTED IDEAS OF MAN IN GENERAL.

It is not true that where any person accuses another of a crime the accuser is always guilty of the crime or that type of crime. But it is true that when a criminal is doing the accusing it is more than probable that the criminal is disclosing his own type of crime”

 

 
L. Ron Hubbard
(HCO Bulletin September 15, 1981 “THE CRIMINAL MIND” “)

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Posted on September 29th, 2013 | Category: Tech Talk
L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California.

L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Individual rights were not originated to protect criminals but to bring freedom to honest men. Into this area of protection then dived those who needed “freedom” and “individual liberty” to cover their own questionable activities.

Freedom is for honest people. No man who is not himself honest can be free—he is in his own trap. When his own deeds cannot be disclosed then he is a prisoner; he must withhold himself from his fellows and he is a slave to his own conscience. Freedom must be deserved before there is any freedom possible.

To protect dishonest people is to condemn them to their own hells. By making “individual rights” a synonym for “protect the criminal” one helps to bring about a slave state for all; for where “individual liberty” is abused, an impatience with it arises which at length sweeps us all away. “
L. Ron Hubbard
(HCOB 8 February 1960 “Honest People Have Rights, Too”)

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Posted on September 29th, 2013 | Category: Tech Talk
L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California.

L. Ron Hubbard in Los Angeles, California. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dishonest people have withholds, and withholds stack up mass and bring about stupidity. They cut the person’s reach and his ability to perceive. They hold in place the masses that imprison and pin the being at the level of Homo sapiens— and a miserable Homo sapiens, at that! Who is such a person really fooling?

Thus, one can bar his own way up the Bridge by dishonesty.

I always feel a bit sad when I see somebody doing himself in this way. It is so pointless.

One sees this in those who, for whatever irrational reason, cling knowingly to withholds and wind up critical, nattery and generating hostility. If one finds himself feeling hounded or persecuted, he should ask himself what his condition is on the first dynamic instead of going around persuading others to do him in.

How precious, after all, are one’s dishonesties, withholds and falsities in the face of the real freedom there is to be gained?

One CAN be honest. He will find it a happier, more comfortable existence when he is.

And more important—he’ll find the route to stable case gain is now open to him.

HONESTY OPENS THE DOOR TO CASE GAIN.

That is the route to sanity. It is the route up the Bridge to OT and real freedom. With honesty, one can make it and make it all the way! “

L. Ron Hubbard
(HCO Bulletin 1 May 1985 “Honesty and Case Gain”)

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This is an example of someone “condemned into his own hell” ( LRH quote)   , who does not understand that there is no case gain for people who are audited over withholds:

“The stick of ethics. Lol! Were I be trying to do L’s at Flag I’d have been routed straight away to ethics and O/W write ups, sec checks, and intense pressure for “indulgences” that would have had Martin Luther spinning in his grave. And I would have walked, no run.  And I’m not including anything here about being an “SP” FZer”

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Posted on September 29th, 2013 | Category: Tech Talk

Karen Black, Oscar-Nominated Star of ’70s Classics, Dies at 74

Karen Black in 1975's 'Day of the Locust' (Photo: Everett Collection)Karen Black in 1975′s ‘Day of the Locust’ (Photo: Everett Collection)
Karen Black, the Oscar-nominated star of groundbreaking films of the ’60s and ’70s like “Easy Rider,” “Five Easy Pieces” and “Nashville,” died on Thursday at the age of 74. Her husband, Stephen Eckleberry, confirmed on Facebook that she succumbed to cancer after a two-year battle.

Black trained at the Actor’s Studio in New York under the legendary acting teacher Lee Strassberg before making her film debut in 1966 with Francis Ford Coppola’s early film “You’re a Big Boy Now.” She shot to stardom three years later in the counterculture classic “Easy Rider” alongside Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper as one of the women who join the bikers on a drug trip in a New Orleans cemetery (“Mickey” singer Toni Basil was the other).

Black earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in “Five Easy Pieces” as the country-singing waitress in an unhealthy relationship with Jack Nicholson’s disaffected classical pianist. This led to roles in many high-profile films of the 1970s, including “Karen BlackThe Great Gatsby” with Robert Redford, Robert Altman’s “Nashville,” and “Family Plot,” Alfred Hitchcock’s final film. She also hosted “Saturday Night Live” in its second season (she returned to the show again in 1981). Her most indelible work of the decade, though, might well be the TV movie “Trilogy of Terror,” where she played the main character in three short horror films — including the famous solo battle with the Zuni fetish doll.

Karen Black in 2012 (Photo by JB Lacroix/WireImage)Karen Black continued to work throughout the ’80s, ’90s and 2000s, though mostly in low-budget independent and horror films, including Rob Zombie’s directorial debut “House of 1000 Corpses.” She had two projects she worked on before becoming gravely ill: the romantic indie “She Loves Me Not,” which premiered just this past Tuesday at the Midwest Independent Film Festival, and the online project “The Being Experience.”

Black grabbed headlines this past March when she went public with her cancer battle and started a crowdsourcing effort to raise funds for her treatment. Her GoFundMe page nearly doubled its fundraising goal, bringing in nearly $62,000 in donations from fans.

On her official blog, Black’s husband posted an update on Wednesday detailing her struggle with her disease and deteriorating condition. Eckleberry wrote, “One doctor told me that he thought that Karen had only 24 hours to live when she arrive at St. Johns June 3rd, and yet here she is alive two months later.” He went on to say that interactions with fans sustained both of them: “Karen and I have received hundreds of messages from you. Your prayers and well wishes help sustain us. We remain eternally grateful for all the love you continue to share.”

Black is survived by her son, Hunter Carson (they appeared together in the 1986 film “Invaders From Mars”) and adopted daughter Celine Eckleberry

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Posted on September 29th, 2013 | Category: Announcements, Open Letter

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