Caseworking: A Technology for Success

Jose Silva taught many things in his years of teaching his courses. One of the most important things I remember him discussing is that as you help other people, you help yourself. Or saying it another way, you help yourself -- your successful personal programming -- as you help others.


Bottom line: if you program for others' benefit, you're accelerating the successful outcomes for which you program to help yourself. There is a direct correlation.


Assuming you're working by yourself (rather than with a partner)...


As you start, you know that someone has a physical 'challenge'. You may have been told by their friend or family member that someone is ill or hurt.

OR it could be that you heard about an accident on the news. Obviously, you're not going to have specific information. It's actually not necessary to know any particular information.

If you do have basic information such as Name/City/State/Country/Sex/Age (at least approximately) write it down ahead of time. 


Remember that you may not see anything. Whether you do or not, trust yourself that the information you are perceiving is correct.


Following is most of the text from the script that's in your manual. You may choose to print this page and have it easily available to refer to as you go through the routine. As you do this more frequently, you probably won't need it after a while. 


Go to your laboratory level by the 3 to 1, 10 – 1 method.


If you have worked cases before, review a case that you were accurate on before working a new one. If you're new to this process, trust your self, your intuition, that you're going to enjoy and benefit from this experience.


Count from 10 to 1 to allow your mind to adjust to the specific level in your Laboratory where you're going to be accurate on this problem case.

10 – 9 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1. Greet your Counselors.

Your mind has now adjusted to the specific level where you're going to be accurate on this case.


Important: Set your Lab's calendar / clock to (the date you first learned of the problem). 


Remember that your Counselors are there with you to assist. You can talk with them, ask their opinions, etc.


At the count of 3, the image of the body of Name, Age, Address, Sex is on your screen.


1 – 2 – 3 (Snap fingers). The image of the body of Name, Age, Address, Sex is on your screen.


Sometimes I see an image (I actually rarely see anything since I'm more likely to just 'know' rather than see.) Sometimes I see a silhouette. Sometimes, nothing. I just 'know' it's there.


I like to use a holographic image rather than a 2 dimensional one.

I imagine a small 'podium' for them to stand on.

I can either turn it (using my 'remote') or walk around it looking at the image.


Sense it, (pause) feel it, (pause) visualize it, (pause) imagine it, (pause) create it, (pause) know it is there, (pause) take it for granted it is there.


Scan the body with your intelligence from where you know the head is to the feet, down and up, down and up, several times rapidly.


While scanning the image of the body this way, allow your intelligence, your awareness, to select three areas of greatest attraction. (pause)


Maintain the rate of scanning at one a second and note (write down) the areas of attraction as they come to you.


You may feel as though you’re making it up so note down everything that enters your mind.


Using your hands while scanning brings more information and triggers more of your intuitive ability. Yes, it might look funny but who's looking? Just do it. It works!

Talking all the while also helps your intuitive ability. And it helps you take good notes! When 3 areas have been selected, continue….


Now go over the three areas of attraction and select the one you are attracted to the most. Scan at the rate of one a second


When an area has been selected, make sure you write it down.


Scan the one selected area at the rate of one a second and select the part of this area of greatest attraction.


Enlarge the selected area of the body and allow the possibilities of "malfunctions" (illness, injury, etc.) within this part of the body to enter your mind. Remember, once you detect problems you are able to correct them.


Keep talking as you investigate; write down everything you're inclined to say; you may feel as though you are making it up; this is the right feeling; note your impressions regardless of whether you think they're right or wrong.


When you've finished your scanning and your notes, use your imagination to correct everything you've detected.

The final image is always one of excellent health.


At that point, allow the image to disappear.

You can then do another case ... or any number of them -- one at a time.


Read aloud to yourself:  Every time I enter this dimension with the sincere desire to help humanity, I help myself and my programmig. My talents increase and I become more accurate every time. And this is so.


Thank your counselors and yourself. Come out, 1 to 10, 1 to 3 in excellent health.


Briefly expand your notes if you'd like to do so.

Taking notes and keeping them illustrates your commitment to caseworking -- and to yourself!

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