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What is "feeling" composed of?
Question 1 Explanation:
From 'Looking, Definition of Static', 1st American ACC "And the other is "Looking" – pardon me – "Feeling is a condensation of looking," and "Thinking is a condensation of feeling," and you got it."
What did a thetan make his first overt act against?
Question 2 Explanation:
From 'Liabilities of Being Processed', 1st American ACC "Now, what is the basic overt act-motivator sequence or DED-DEDEX sequence of the thetan? What is it? What thing has he made his first overt act against? It's space. And what was his overt act against space? Collapsing it."
Does a solution appear before, after or at the same time as the problem?
At the same time.
Question 3 Explanation:
From 'Other Processes, the Help Button, Question and Answer Period', 1st American ACC
What is the ultimate in havingness?
To be able to create and uncreate something.
To be able to pervade something.
To be able to create a universe.
Question 4 Explanation:
From 'Anesthesia in Bodies — Parts I and II', 1st American ACC "The ultimate in havingness is being able to pervade something."
How do you release a postulate?
Give a person terrific certainty on present time.
Have a person create duplicates of the exact postulate.
Remedy havingness of postulates.
Question 5 Explanation:
From 'Exteriorization, Difficult Cases', 1st American ACC "How do you make postulates release? Just give a person terrific certainty on present time."
Why does a person become occluded?
Because he needs more randomity.
Because he is not-ising his own postulates.
Because he is hiding from his own machinery.
Question 6 Explanation:
From 'Randomity and Automaticity', 1st American ACC "And when you've really got the machinery knocking you around madly, you get occluded. Now, why do you get occluded? What's this an answer to? Well, you're hiding from your own machinery."
What does the GE (Genetic Entity) run on?
Continual fixation on motivators.
Unlimited and continual overt acts.
Circuitry and ridges.
Question 7 Explanation:
From 'GE Scientology', The Remedy of Havingness
What is a Fifth Invader body composed of?
Question 8 Explanation:
From 'Occluded Case', 1st American ACC "When you get an old (quote) "Fifth Invader body" – a Fifth Invader body composed of nothing but blackness, and this blackness is extremely difficult to handle."
What is the basis of sleep?
Restimulation of black ridges.
Dependency on other energy sources.
Question 9 Explanation:
From Matching Auditing to Tone, The Remedy of Havingness
How does a thetan "see"?
By surrounding the space with energy.
By matching wavelengths.
Question 10 Explanation:
From Time, Assumption, Facsimiles, Overt Acts, DEDs, 1st American ACC "Seeing is matching wavelengths, that's all. And if you keep insisting on seeing MEST, and nothing but MEST forever and aye, all you do is match wavelengths."
What is an electron?
It is a heavy wave.
It is an admiration particle.
It is a condensed golden ball.
Question 11 Explanation:
From Time, Assumption, Facsimiles, Overt Acts, DEDs, 1st American ACC "And an electron is just a heavy wave."
Why do injuries to the body heal up slowly?
Because of the body's desire to have motivators.
Because of the thetan's earlier overts to a body.
Because the body has been pushed too hard.
Question 12 Explanation:
From Solution to Body Behavior, Part II, The Remedy of Havingness
What is the "Frankenstein effect"?
It is the creation of ugliness.
Something you create goes out of your control and attacks you.
When you destroy something because you are afraid of your own power.
Question 13 Explanation:
From Examples of SOP 8-C Patter, 2nd American ACC
What can dissolve force?
Question 14 Explanation:
From Question and Answer, Step V, 1st American ACC "And we're trying to rehabilitate his ability to admire broadly, and his best ability is admiration. That's his best ability. Effort is not his best ability; effort is downscale from that. Because everything – all force dissolves in the face of admiration. I give you the universal solvent there: it's admiration."
How can one be taught to control a body while away from it?
By teaching him to control a mock-up at a distance.
By running between-lives incidents.
By remedying one's havingness of bodies.
Question 15 Explanation:
From Methods of Exteriorization, 2nd American ACC
What happens when you willfully and intentionally destroy?
You'll end up recreating what you destroyed.
You will destroy your ability to destroy.
You become the effect of what you destroyed.
Question 16 Explanation:
From ACC Training Procedure, 20th American ACC "The more he specializes in destruction the less able he is to destroy. The more he destroys the less able he is to destroy. Quite interesting."
Why do people go down scale suddenly?
Because they hold themselves back to avoid committing more overts.
To match something which they're going to fight.
To match the GE's tone level.
Question 17 Explanation:
From Time, Assumption, Facsimiles, Overt Acts, DEDs, 1st American ACC "Now, why is it that people go down scale suddenly? They just match something which they're going to fight."
What is the goal of OT?
To never become an effect.
To recognize, accept and continue to create his share of the eight dynamics.
To create the maximum amount of admiration across the dynamics.
Question 18 Explanation:
From Special Effect Cases, Anatomy Of, 20th American ACC "Now, the goal of OT is to recognize, accept and continue to create the eight dynamics, his share of."
How is the body bridged together?
The body is bridged together with agreements.
It is bridged together with stuck postulates.
The body is bridged together with affinity.
Question 19 Explanation:
From Liabilities of Being Processed, 1st American ACC "And it's simply this: the body is bridged together with affinity."
What's the only thing a thetan has been punished for?
Predicting the future.
Creating an original thought.
Question 20 Explanation:
From Assessment, Memories, Ridges: Demo, 1st American ACC "The only thing you have ever been punished for, really, actually, was Communicating. If you were punished for no communications, it was because you'd communicated in the first place."
Who or what is holding the MEST universe apart?
Particles of admiration.
Question 21 Explanation:
From A Review of Steps I-V, Space and Time, 2nd American ACC
What single word can describe "continuous new space"?
Question 22 Explanation:
From Question and Answer, Step V, 1st American ACC "You've just got continuous new space. But this isn't just changing the pattern of space; it's just new space, that's all. Well, that's time. Time is actually space-space-space-space-space- space-space-space-space-space-space-space-space, and the last space is a different shape than the next to the last space."
What causes the sensation known as pain?
The resistance of the GE.
Too much force.
Any feeling that is too intense.
Question 23 Explanation:
From Occluded Case, 1st American ACC "It is the preclear's energy itself, which, by resisting the incoming condensation of particles, causes the pain – the sensation known as pain. The resistance of the GE causes the pain."
What is the basic source of distrust?
Having committed the same overt before.
Convincing oneself that one is bad cause.
Restimulation of betrayal on oneself.
Question 24 Explanation:
From Summary: Failures on Exteriorization, 2nd American ACC
What is the only error anybody could ever make if he started to use force?
It is to use too much force.
It is to use no effort.
It is to use not enough force.
Question 25 Explanation:
From Anchor Points, Space, Games, Indicated Drills of Processes, 1st American ACC "The only error anybody could ever make if he started to use force, is not to use – is to use not enough force; that's the only error he could make if he had any responsibility or competence of any character. Because he would try to position this anchor point at position A and he wouldn't be able to shove it hard enough against the forces at position A to position it at position A."
What is emotion composed of?
Hidden attention units.
Question 26 Explanation:
From SOP: Step II, 1st American ACC "All right, now, we talk about pain. He's saying pain – he's going to hit downscale from an anxiety about any. Because all pain is, is condensed sex. Female voice: Mm-hm. And all sex is, is just condensed emotion. Female voice: Mm-hm. All emotion is, is condensed looking. And you've got it. So, let's just take a look at this as a combination."
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