|Lecture: Effectiveness of Processing|
|Ron the Brainwasher|
Hubbard tells Scientologists they can be real Swami Gambolas using E-Meter reads to evaluate for people.
We take - we take a meter. Let’s take an assessment level operation at Level IV. We say on this meter, we say, “Grandma, mother, wife, aunt,” and so forth. Flick - a little tick there and so forth.1
Now, if we want to be real Swami Gambola, you see, with the complete turban and the Woolworth ruby, all we would have to do is say, “We find that the realest person in your family was your aunt.”
He’d say, “Oh, true, true, true.” See? That coordinates instantly and at once, you see?
“You had - You had certain interpersonal relations with your aunt.”
“Oh, yes, yes, she used to talk to me all the time and so forth.”
You understand, that’s assessment for reality. See, you just name off his family members. One of them falls,2 you just say, “That’s the realest person to you.”
— L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 30 April 1964: Effectiveness of Processing
1 A tick is a needle reaction on Scientology's lie detector device, called an E-Meter. Assessments are lists of things, in this case a list of relatives, which are barked at the person being auditing to see if any of the items cause an instant reaction on the E-Meter.
2 In this case the E-Meter needle fell to the right, when the auditor barked out "Your aunt." The reading item is given back to the preclear, saying something like "Your aunt's the realest person to you."
Auditors and preclears learn to depend on the E-Meter to answer the tough questions.
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