[TROM1] Study Tech

Cory Keeler corykeeler33g at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 06:10:57 UTC 2014


Ok. I don't get it. If your placing a Y to mean any postulate, why not say any postulate instead of Y? 

How do you know what is the function? One minus Y. What I see is one of anything minus one of any Y(postulate) equals nothing. Wrong?

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> On Mar 2, 2014, at 9:55 PM, Pete Mclaughlin <pete_mclaughlin_93555 at yahoo.com> wrote:
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> The brackets are like a picture frame. They tell you to resolve the function within the brackets before considering how it relates to terms outside the brackets.
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> (1-Y)X means everything that is not Y is opposed by X where 1-YX means the universe minus the postulate pair YX.
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> Unfortunately the English language is not precise enough replace the algebraic formula.
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>> On Mar 2, 2014, at 4:40 PM, Cory Keeler <corykeeler33g at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> So x represents any postulate. What about the brackets? Is it possible to write that formula into words rather than algebraic symbols?
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>>> On Mar 2, 2014, at 4:39 PM, Pete Mclaughlin <pete_mclaughlin_93555 at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>>> The algebraic terms are defined by Dennis in the supplemental lectures. 
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>>> You do not need to solve the equations just define the terms as though they were words so you can read a sentence containing a term like X(1-X) and instantly get that the author is saying that any postulate and it's absence add up to the whole universe. 
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>>> If X is cats then all cats plus everything that is not a cat equals all the mass energy space and time in the universe we are in.
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>>> The only way to get this level of familiarity with TROM is to reread the materials multiple times.
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>>> Sincerely
>>> Pete
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>>>> On Mar 2, 2014, at 3:18 PM, Cory Keeler <corykeeler33g at gmail.com> wrote:
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>>>> Cool. Care to share an understanding of this algebra? I never learned it in school, just basic math... 
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>>>>> On Mar 2, 2014, at 2:00 PM, Pete Mclaughlin <pete_mclaughlin_93555 at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>>>>> Hi all
>>>>> 
>>>>> Here is a clip from Ken Ogger's book Super Scio on how to study.  It seems Dennis' worry that people would just sit around and talk about TROM is just the normal activity of studying a subject.
>>>>> 
>>>>> "WHAT IS: Current Scientology study technology tends to specialize in handling MUs and doing demonstrations of things in clay. These are useful techniques. Sometimes its enough, especially for adults who already have a great deal of knowledge and are doing a course with a great deal of enthusiasm.
>>>>> WHAT ISN’T: This is totally inadequate for use in schools. The 1950s view was much broader and actually highlights how bad the current approach is. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> The basic Scientology idea on the whole topic is that understanding comes from affinity, reality, and communication (ARC). They still know this, but they have forgotten how to apply it. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> First and foremost, you need to get the students to like a subject. An interested student will learn the subject despite a bad teacher. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> You need to promote free and open communication about the subject, especially between the students (currently discouraged in the CofS). 
>>>>> 
>>>>> You need to see and examine things and try things out to build reality. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> You need to look through the materials multiple times rather than just working forward through a checksheet robotically. 
>>>>> 
>>>>> As a substitute for experience, you need to sit and imagine what you're going to do and how you're going to handle anything that could go wrong. And you need to decide that you invented the subject to make it your own and get it fully into your own universe (yes Ron actually tells students to do this on a 1954 tape)."
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>>>>> I think the most important point is to read through the materials many times till you can picture how all the bits and pieces work together. When you can read the algebraic formulas in TROM and get what they mean instead of just mouthing the names of the symbols you will be close to understanding.
>>>>> 
>>>>> The formula XY+X(1-Y)+Y(1-X)+(1-X)(1-Y)=1 means regarding these two postulates X and Y we are going to look at every being and animal and planet and star in the multiple universes to find any time we had a complementary or conflicting alignment between these two postulates or their absences.
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>>>>> If you read that formula and get that understanding then you are doing well on studying TROM.  If not you need to keep rereading the material and defining terms till the understanding comes.
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>>>>> Keep on TROMing
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>>>>> Pete 
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