Losses can impact on a person's life severely. Death in the family, divorce, Bankruptcy and even loss of a beloved pet can send a person into a depression. Psychiatrists and drug manufacturers seem to be the only people who don't know what is behind such a depression. Where the Pc Info Sheet shows losses by death or other severe changes in a person's life the person's life changed for the worse at that point.
The auditor spots these points of change either on the Pc Info Sheet or by asking the pc. These points can then be run out Narrative R3RA Quad.
If the Narrative R3RA Quad does not clean it up fully the auditor can still use the Pre-assessment step and get the rest of the charge by that. But this is not done until the Narrative incident is fully handled.
In running such incidents Narrative style it is important to ask for earlier beginnings each time the pc has been moved through the incident. It will be found that the pc finds earlier and earlier moments when he received the information that then built up to the disaster. This can go back to a dream or a telepathic awareness or a premonition that the incident was going to occur. Narrative erasures often depend utterly on finding if there was any earlier beginning.
If the incident starts to grind (no change of TA or content) despite having repeatedly searched for an earlier beginning only then do you ask for an earlier Narrative Incident. Do this with caution as most narratives expertly run will erase all by themselves; if running a Chain of deaths it can go way back and really off the subject at hand.
When all such great changes in a person's life have been found and erased the person can be expected to experience a great sense of relief.
If this doesn't seem to be the case treat the Narrative as an Original Item and pre-assess it to find other Running Items connected with it and handle it with R3RA, somatic Chain. You can also use Pre-assessment if the Narrative grinds and there is trouble going earlier.