Picture Perfect

Processing pictures leads to the state of “Clear”. Processing more pictures leads to the state of “Operating Thetan”. Processing even more pictures leads to the wonderful state of “Total Freedom”. Pictures are worth a thousand words and several “states” of being. Where do you want to go today?

Picture processing supposedly releases us of undesired moments in time and revivifies the sense of “freedom”, but what are these “pictures” and what is the purpose of “erasing” them?

Pictures define the identity we choose and the way we color our world. The world really is, not as it is, but as we see it. Our storehouse of pictures is a reminder of how we can avoid “pain”, and so the tendency is to accumulate as many pictures as possible, to assist us in clearing defining what is pain and what is not-pain.

The seeking of “not-pain” drives the creation of memory banks, full of usefully “useless” knowledge. Picture processing seeks to eliminate all of these pictures, and thereby create the sense of “freedom” or “not-pain”. Of course, as fast as these pictures are removed, more are added. It is the nature of the concept.

Pictures do not define who or what we are. They are only tools, used for purposes clearly not understood by an overwhelming majority of “people”. The single goal of picture removal solidifies the concept and inhibits the understanding of the picture process.

UCP, so frightening to those who subscribe to this view, demonstrates that the creation of pictures contains purpose. This may not always be readily ascertained during the process, but it is much more likely to occur in relation to alternatives.

The simple and unadorned path is not for everyone. Some like to become entertained as they travel the road to self-discovery. Picture processing entertains us, UCP imparts the capability of going beyond “the soaps”.

Don’t get me wrong, UCP is not a complete answer to your picture making frenzy, but it does help to point the way in a much simpler and extremely faster method.

All methods of understanding are only that - methods. Choosing one over another should not be based upon how well it correlates with your own storehouse of pictures. Understanding will be as you want it to be, but the concept of closing doors does not end with one particular idea or event.

There is a lot of good methods available, choose what works and know what doesn’t. In the end, all that you will be left with is knowing why your picture making frenzy occurs and that you can’t get out of something that you were never in.

Pictures are worth a thousand words, but event processing can take care of that.

[attachedNotes@ * This article was posted to the newsgroup alt.clearing.technology using the identity ‘Chance-llor’ and prefaced with:

…another note that originated sometime last year.

and tagged with:

Chance-llor

Newsgroups: alt.clearing.technology
Subject: Picture Perfect
From: Chance-llor@excite.com (Chance-llor)
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2000 14:25:29 GMT

…another note that orginated sometime last year.

Chance-llor

 

Picture Perfect


To: Newsgroups: alt.clearing.technology Subject: Re: Picture Perfect From: Chance-llor@excite.com (Chance-llor) Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 01:52:29 GMT

On 17 Jul 2000 13:20:59 -0400, anonymous@electra.lightlink.com wrote:

Konchok, thank you for your response. I thought that the mention of UCP might get a “rise” out of you.

Picture processing seeks to eliminate all of these pictures, and thereby create the sense of “freedom” or “not-pain”. Of course, as fast as these pictures are removed, more are added. It is the nature of the concept.

Yes! Including this picture: “Now I have *NO* pictures!”

Very good.

Some like to become entertained as they travel the road to self-discovery.

Some like to dramatize the idea they are *NOT* dramatizing!

Excellent remark.

There is a lot of good methods available, choose what works and know what doesn’t. In the end, all that you will be left with is knowing why your picture making frenzy occurs and that you can’t get out of something that you were never in.

But you can try forever?

And so, here we are…

You identify yourself as a real player in the game of expanded awareness. Welcome to the dialog!

I used to identify myself with expanded awareness, but it is not something that I enjoy doing. Identification is the confusion of being unable to distinguish between imaginary pictures and what IS.

Pride is another, so I probably won’t be of much company in any of the dialog that goes on here in this newsgroup. There really isn’t much to discuss, nor many others to discuss it with, here. All the same, I appreciate your acknowledgement.

It takes a blind man to see.

If I stumble into you while fumbling around in the darkness, then I am glad for it.

I’d really like to get more info on how much UCP you have done, and what shifts in percecption and tone level you have experienced, especially since your post was apparently written long ago!

I soloed UCP a year or so ago for a short time. Haven’t done anything else with it since then. Those statements belie the fact of the changes that occurred out of the UCP process.

When throwing a pebble in a pond, the ripples of causality extend well beyond it’s point of origin. What is seen as existence, reflected upon the water, is no more. There are no shifts of perception, when perception becomes no longer necessary. Tone levels gauge the understanding of life, but I have no understanding, so this becomes a moot point.

If my experience with UCP was a point in time, then the time before was of searching for answers, the time after of… Actually, it’s difficult to put into words concepts that can best be understood only by experiencing them. The closest that I can come to describing it would be to say that “seeing is believing”; convincing ourselves of the reality of our imagination is a full time job.

For me, that was the end point of the UCP process. Since then, I’ve been tasting other lines of “teachings” and finding words of wisdom completely foreign to the Scientology mind concept.

Chance-llor


To: Newsgroups: alt.clearing.technology Subject: Re: Picture Perfect From: Chance-llor@excite.com (Chance-llor) Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 03:58:35 GMT

On Wed, 19 Jul 2000 12:37:29 +0200, “ak47” ak47@warzone.com wrote:

Thank you ak47, for your words and intentions.

There is a lot of good methods available, choose what works and know what doesn’t. In the end, all that you will be left with is knowing why your picture making frenzy occurs and that you can’t get out of something that you were never in.

Living the truth “..that you were never in” is the key.

How do we do that?

You’re doing it now. Just keep at it.

Perhaps by running UCP enough that we can clearly see that and are then never again fooled?

Or we come to realize that no one can fool us, as much or as well, as we do ourselves.

I know of no other method that has this potential at present.

Pictures are worth a thousand words, but event processing can take care of that.

If you have the time I would appreciate clarification of this last sentence.

I’m posted two other messages that you might find of interest. Of course, all the stuff I post could be called ‘fringe material’, so read it at your own risk.

Chance-llor /attachedNotes]

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