CCH 11 - "Make it a Little More Solid"
HCOB 11 June 1957 "Training and CCH Processes"
PAB No. 131 "The Scale of Withhold"
PAB No. 135 "Procedure CCH Continued"
Tape: 5704C18 "Auditors Training CCH Evening"
Tape: 5705C16 "Procedure CCH Steps"
Tape: 5705C16 "Procedure CCH Background"
Tape: 5707C05 "Basic Theory of CCH's"
Tape: 5708C07 "CCH, Havingness, Endurance and Processes, Communication and
This is Tone 40 Make it a Little More Solid. The purpose of the process is
to assert control over the person and increase the person's havingness. To
increase the person's reality on the prelogics, to reverse the flow of
solids. Stress is on complete precision of performance. All three
processes, CCH 9, CCH 10, and CCH 11, include a control of thinkingness of
the person and should not be run until the lower levels of CCH are to some
degree flat as they will give the person losses.
"Look at that (indicated object)." "Thank you."
Walk over to that (indicated object)." "Thank you."
"Make it a little more solid." "Thank you."
And so forth. Processor and person are ambulant.
Run the process until a realization occurs, or an ability is regained.
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