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HCO BULLETIN OF 13 AUGUST 19871
Class II Auditors and above
All Sec Checkers
CONFESSIONALS – TYPES OF TRs
HCOB 8 Nov. 84 SECURITY CHECKER BEINGNESS
HCOB 22 Apr. 80R Rev. 26.7.86 ASSESSMENT DRILLS
In Confessionals there are two tones, two types of TRs.
The first type is used in asking the Sec Check question. These are regular prepared list TRs (Assessment TRs).
The second TRs are those with which you take up the pc’s answers. If these TRs are rough, the pc feels he’s being accused. They should therefore be less abrupt and choppy and should be warmer than the Assessment TRs.
An auditor should fully shift gears from “the inquisitor” to “the confessor” once the pc has found an answer to the question (an overt or withhold). One uses the warmer TRs in getting the when, all, how was it justified, etc.
This is not difficult to do. But it must be well drilled by all Confessional auditors.
L. RON HUBBARD
Compilation assisted by LRH Technical Research and Compilations
Hubbard, L. R. (1987, 13 August). Confessionals—Types Of TRs. Technical Bulletins of Dianetics and Scientology (1991 ed., Vol. XIII, p. 122). Los Angeles: Bridge Publications, Inc.
- Document studied on the Hubbard Senior Security Checker Course. ↩
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