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Dex: Hello Paul, and Thanks for the kind words!
The book is close to complete, but I still have more work to do before the writing is complete. I’m thinking it could be ready by July of this year, price to be determined, once production costs are known. Approximate size 8-1/4 x 10-3/4. I’ll release more information on the book as it becomes determined and available.
Thanks for your interest!
Dex: In my observation, there isn’t any common or identical universal spiritual structure to our spiritual conditions and situations, or our goals and desires, or, thereby, to accomplishing our individual spiritual goals; each of us has our own unique spiritual architectures, uniquely envisioning both the desirable and the undesirable, in our own ways. Thus, your path of spiritual growth is most successfully walked by addressing your own particular spiritual architectures that oppose or impede their goals, along with your underlying goals, as and how these manifest, rather than being led through some generic series of steps or subjects.
Dex: I’m sure there are many answers, perhaps starting with addressing the possibility that a person actually has some sort of charge or mass manifesting as apathy or some other feeling that “Nothing can be done”, “nothing is interesting”, “I have no motivation”, etc, which itself then could be something to address with processing, a negative that is suppressing or obscuring positive drive.
Or, it could be as simple as asking oneself, “What do I want to accomplish, gain or regain for myself spiritually?”
Another possibility: The Church of Scientology, among other organizations, instills in a person the idea that it is their “duty” to “go up the bridge” and/or follow whatever the proscribed “steps to heaven” may be, and that can actually interfere with one’s own natural spiritual drives, especially when one becomes aware of all that is corrupt and misleading about the Church of Scientology. It may be necessary to process and resolve all the instilled/implanted drives to recover one’s own underlying natural drives toward spiritual growth.
Hello Per, and welcome aboard, my friend! Thanks for asking, here are some suggested guidelines:
(1) If you’re going to offer Skype auditing, it behooves you to have a higher level of internet speed than the less expensive option(s); must be very reliable, and sufficient to provide very good video and audio with, as a rule, no A/V glitches such as stops, pixilating, audio cutting out, etc.
(2) You should have good equipment, and a back-up computer (as my local Mac service guy puts it, if you haven’t got a good 2nd computer, “you’re flying without a parachute” 🙂
(3) Advise your clients that they too need to have sufficient service and equipment.
(4) In all my experience, tablets and cell phones do not work as well as a laptop or desktop computer. This has proven out many, many times. Your clients need to know that; connectivity, audio quality and video quality are not as good-no matter what you think, or what you hear, or read. They may or may not be sufficient.
(5) Simplest troubleshoot: If the connection is really bad or insufficient, do a quick Skype call to someone else; if it now works well, the problem is at the client’s end, if it’s just as bad, the problem is at your end.
(6) In the event of some type of transmission issue, don’t create it to be a big problem, maintain your composure, it’s all good, chances are better than 99% you can still smoothly make it work. Usually, it’s as simple as “Ok. we’re going to switch over to speaker phones”, with or without the video working, when the audio isn’t working well enough. I once had a client in South Africa lose both audio and video, in the middle of a revivification in running Power Processing, and so we shifted to key-stroking messages over Skype to continue, and it all went smooth as silk. DON’T STRESS, it’s never necessary, and it’s never helpful. In all the thousands of sessions I’ve done over Skype, there was precisely one single session that had to be discontinued and resumed at another time, and nobody suffered for it.
(7) “If the client blows (walks out on) the Skype session”- oh, wait- that has never ever happened, at least for me, or ever for anyone, as far as I know. Unless you’re a theoretical Skype auditor, rather than an actual Skype auditor, with the expertise one would expect of any decent auditor, I wouldn’t lose any sleep over that hypothetical!
(7) See my 2-part video, “The Principles of Auditing in Relation to Auditing over Skype“, which is here on my website on the VIDEOS page. Love, Dex