R6-EW Quads Commands

Instructions: You ask the question, such as Flow 1: 
"What has another caused me to dramatize?"

1. The answer to that question should be noted down. This can be a short description of behavior, inclination or sensation.
2. Then find the End-word
that fits the dramatization.
A few possible EWs
can be written down (up to six or so) and then you check them. The
correct EW will read 2 1/2 to 3 inches at sensitivity 5. They will probably read when thought of, or when writing it down or repeating it. You are looking for an End-word that makes sense in the context and makes you feel it's complete. Repeat EWs aloud if they seem right but no good read.

If still no read, use Buttons "suppressed" and "challenged". If it is a Button that produces the fall that is a valid read on the EW.

You now find the opposite to that End-word. Here the Antonym Dictionary should be consulted unless the antonym pops up right away. Sometimes the EW with the prefix UN- will be the right one. (EW: Happiness. Opposite: Un-happiness. EW: Boyishness. Opposite: Un-boyishness).

Quote: "Using a standard antonym dictionary, find the opposite or antonym to the first word.
This should read well also, make sense to you, and feel complete. This is the second or opposite End-word and must also be a noun or converted to a nounal word."

Now locate another End-word which describes the same dramatization.
Then you find its opposite. Both should read well (F, LF, LFBD or F/N), make sense, and feel complete.

Repeat the procedure, finding Pairs of End-words, until you run out of End-words for that first dramatization.

Then ask the original question again, "What has another caused me to dramatize?"

You just need an ability to perceive an existing state, condition, emotion, feeling, sensation, inability or lack of emotion, feeling or sensation. That is how the dramatization usually manifests itself in session.
Make good use of the dictionary and a special dictionary of synonyms and antonyms.

The whole message here is to continue to find End-words until a dramatization is flat.

Write down all your session actions, including End-words and Meter reads, on your session worksheets.

Tendency to quit or blow is caused by (1) past R6 errors, (2) dramatization of missed End-words, (3) failure to locate an End-word one is dramatizing, (4) failure to get large reads, (5) also the Bank itself dictates a cessation of action.

Never go to a new Pair before finding both End-words in the old Pair.
When the session begins, run it. When it ends, end it.


R6-EW F1:
"What has another caused me to dramatize?"
"What would oppose that?"

R6-EW F2:
"What have I caused another to dramatize?"
"What would oppose that?"

R6-EW F3:
"What are others dramatizing to others?"
"What would oppose that?"

R6-EW F0:
"What have I caused myself to dramatize?"

"What would oppose that?"

Each command is independently run.

Each is done exactly the way the first flow was done. Full End Phenomena is obtained on each of these before the next flow is done. To complete one flow may take one or many sessions. Just keep at it for maximum gain.


Prometheus International, 2004. Plus fair use quotes from Ron Hubbard's published notes and works. Procedure first published by Ron Hubbard. Procedures can't be copyrighted.