Scientology And Me

June 1, 2007

Scientology aid: How to make a person sober!

I found this in the Scientology handbook – the training manual for Scientology Volunteer Ministers – and went right to work with it: as usual, Scientology works! Check it out, a good deed for the end of a party weekend… BTW, “to confront” in Scientology means to look at something as it is, without bias etc.

This is called a “Locational”:

“There is an interesting use of Locational Processing as a way to make a person sober. It can make a drunk person sober in a very few minutes. As society currently has no technology for handling the drunk, who is an embarrassment to his family, his friends and often to himself, this process has social value and may serve as a line of cooperation and assistance to the police.

Procedure

Use the command:

“Look at that_________ (room object).”

A drunk is usually considered somewhat unconfrontable and he himself certainly cannot confront. One thing he cannot confront is an empty glass. He always refills it if it is empty.

Repeat the command, each time pointing out a room object, as often as required to bring the person to sobriety. Do not get distracted into answering the frequent comment, “What object?” Just get the command carried out, acknowledge and give the next command.

Run until the person is no longer drunk.

Do not ever get angry with or strike a drunk, whatever the provocation.

This process is not intended to handle the condition of alcoholism. There are more advanced Scientology procedures that can be done to handle the conditions that caused a person to be alcoholic. But one can do a lot of good for the person and those around him by using this assist to bring him back to sobriety.

We are not particularly in the business of handling the drunk. But we are in the field of helping our fellow men. In a society where the only alternative is a night in jail and a fine, which is not desired by either the police or the intoxicated person, we can assist both and handle the situation in a matter of minutes.”

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2 Comments »

  1. Will the person be ready to drive after this assist?

    Comment by Justin — January 20, 2008 @ 6:17 am | Reply

  2. Maybe, but I would not advise it. Just because the alcohol level in the body might still be too high. But he will be able to call a cab or take a bus instead of muttering along or fall over.

    Comment by Luana — January 20, 2008 @ 9:20 pm | Reply


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