Life Repair Auditing: At the Church or at Dror Center?

Dear friends, this is Aviv Bershadsky, Auditor and C/S at Dror Center.

For many years I have been saying that the technology delivered in the Church of Scientology is altered, resulting in poor gains. I believe that you may receive the best results when doing your auditing at Dror Center. As obvious as it may be for me, I suppose it may not be that evident for others. That is why I decided to write a series of articles to cover the subject from the perspective of someone who is seeking the best results: “What’s in it for me?”

Each article will be dedicated to a single Grade of the Bridge. I will tell you about each Grade, its purpose, the results that you may expect to get once you have completed it at Dror Center and the way the Church of Scientology (C of S) has altered it.

In this article, I explain the first step of the Bridge, called “Life Repair”. This vital step is hardly delivered in the C of S, with the rare exception of a few field auditors.

Ron writes about it in C/S Series 5, REPAIR EXAMPLE. In this bulletin, Ron describes a case that has been quickly rushed through Scientology Grades (reminds me of the “new” Grades of the C of S) and then got stuck on Dianetics because he was unable to run engrams. Analyzing the case and demonstrating the repair program that Ron himself made specifically for this case, he writes the following, “This case should have been started in auditing with a life repair program such as given from IX to XVII” (These are the steps of the Life Repair program Ron described in C/S Series 5.)

Why is this step called Life Repair? Because technically it is actually a Repair Program. However, as it is a PC’s first auditing action, it is not used to correct previous auditing, but designed to repair the PC’s life.

Many PC’s who have completed the program report terrific gains and wins. Life Repair is unique in that it is tailor-made for every individual PC. Before it begins, the PC is interviewed for the subjects or life areas on which he or she has attention. After the interview, the Case Supervisor (C/S) writes a program for the PC. The program contains various processes, in particular, the processes known to and run by Class 6 and Class 8 Auditors. These processes are laid out in the Tech Volumes and a skilled and experienced C/S knows when and how these processes should be run. The C/S programs the sequence of the processes for each individual PC and then the auditor follows the C/S’ instructions session after session.

For example, the PC has some attention on the second dynamic. The C/S looks through the most charged areas that the PC mentioned during the interview and selects the processes and questions that are most suitable for discharging such areas. Eventually, the PC feels much better with regard to his or her second dynamic, and they become much less effect and much more at cause. They feel that their thoughts on the second dynamic become clearer, and that they can communicate better in this area.

Or, for instance, someone has attention on work or business. The C/S prepares a program for this PC in a similar manner. Of course, there are PC’s who have their attention on more than one dynamic. Well, the C/S will again accept the PC’s ‘wish list’ and create a suitable program.

After the PC completes the program, they are much less overwhelmed as regards to the dynamic or dynamics that bothered them earlier.

Why doesn’t the C of S use this wonderful technology? The matter is, it requires ingenuity on the part of the C/S. The C of S and David Miscavige tend to give their C/S’s rote Bridge routes, identical for each and every PC, so that the C/S does not have to bother thinking. The C of S obviously has no trust in the judgment, experience and expertise of its own C/S’s.

During the 20 years that Dror Center was part of the C of S, from 1992 until 2012, we had instructions and directives regularly sent to us regarding handling of certain types of PC’s. Those instructions were clearly not based on LRH references but often on the prejudice of the C of S management. Although these instructions had LRH references in them, the connection between the directives and LRH references was vague and controversial. It is also obvious that the C of S prefers blanket C/S’ing which means that any and all PC’s are given one and the same sequence of processes to go up the Bridge, which is contrary to LRH references. Probably, the C of S management prefers it the easy way and introduces mechanical and robotic C/Sing.

I strongly encourage you to do this step of the Bridge. It must not be skipped! Fortunately, Dror Center has been delivering Life Repair since its foundation in 1992. Tami Lemberger has delivered and C/Sed this step for 28 years! I have been doing it for 18 years and Dima Dubinin for over 16 years. We guarantee that you will get success on this step!

Another important factor at Dror is the speed of achieving results. Here you feel relaxed and in an environment, free of annoying registrars and recruiters. You do not suffer from present time problems that prevent your gains and wins. Thus we can guarantee optimum results from application of the Tech!

I hope you will do your Life Repair in the near future and I will be happy to hear about your success and wins!

Kind regards, Aviv

10 thoughts on “Life Repair Auditing: At the Church or at Dror Center?”

  1. Thank you Aviv. Very informative.
    I did Life Repair at Saint Hill about 1978. I couldn’t figure out what it was trying (or intended) to accomplish.
    I am OT7, but it is obvious this step was never done for me. Would have been so much smoother!

  2. Thank you for this article. I learnt a lot and waiting to hear about the other grades as well. It is very well written

  3. Dear Aviv,

    I just want to validate you for your excellent explanation of the purpose of ‘Life Repair”.

    It is so good to hear the viewpoint of another C/S who sees the value and importance of this essential entry point onto the Bridge.

    I am a real old-timer who entered Scientology in 1961. I did all my tech training during Ron’s lifetime mostly at AOSHUK. I graduated after 9 internships as a Class VI auditor/C/S with honors at St Hill in the late ’70’s

    As a result, after many years of both auditing and C/Sing, I had the pleasure of C/Sing many PC’s through their Life Repair and witnessed wonderful life changing results occur.

    I refused to do any GAT training because I could see that it was highly alterising Ron’s tech and I wanted no part of it. Instead I became an Ethics Specialist where I have been able to utilized my tech training to enormous benefit.

    Thank you for your valuable dedication and products you are producing.

    Very best wishes for much joy and happiness in your future successes.


    1. Aviv Bershadsky

      Dear Wendy,

      Great to get to know you. You accomplished so much! Well done!

      Thank you very much for your kind words.

      Let’s stay in touch.



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