If this woman has a failed purpose, she feels like nothing is worthwhile anymore. She will also feel like her whole purpose in living is gone.
She had this purpose to which she attached a great deal of importance and now for some reason, she suddenly realizes she will never achieve this purpose.
If she is a dedicated person driven to succeed, she will slog on but her heart will not be in the game any more. She will hide this feeling of failure under a mask of stoic determination or quiet sadness, but she will not be fun to be around anymore.
What is even more exasperating is that she may not even realize she has a failed purpose. All she may see is that she feels exhausted instead of being energized.
Ron Hubbard said this about failed purposes in 1969:
“Stops all occur because of failed purposes. Behind every stop there is a failed purpose. There is a law about this—all you have to do to restore life and action is to rekindle the failed purpose. The stops will at once blow.” [From HCO Policy Letter 14 January 1969—OT Orgs by L. Ron Hubbard]
Unfortunately, you will find no further instructions on rekindling a failed purpose and this vital action has never been researched in detail until now.
With the help of more than twenty volunteers, I have developed a failed purpose handling that can be delivered or done solo in one session. The research and the session reports can be found on the Independent Spiritual Technology Forum but I have summarized the process steps in the following article:
FAILED PURPOSE HANDLING IN 250 WORDS OR LESS
These are the short form instructions for failed purpose handling. Use them as a reminder in session.
– STOP WHEN YOUR ORIGINAL PURPOSE IS REVIVED OR CAN BE ABANDONED WITH NO LIABILITY.-
1. Clear the idea of a failed purpose as a purpose that is STILL THERE but is being suppressed and is being pushed back out of sight most of the time.
2. Get the idea that spiritual entities ALSO have failed purposes and their failed purposes may be affecting your life and giving you the same hopeless feeling as if it were yours.
3. What is the failed purpose that is affecting you most right now?
4. Is it yours or a spiritual entity’s or do you share it? Take up the situation with the most charge.
5. What was the original purpose? Get the earliest version if it began before this lifetime.
6. When did you consider that it could not be achieved?
7. What was your decision?
8. How did you justify that decision?
9. What happened when you made that decision?
10. Clean up any remaining upset resulting from that decision.
11. What decision prompted the original purpose?
12. How did you justify that decision?
13. Was there any missing or false data involved in the creation of the original purpose?
14. Handle any missing or false data until relief occurs.
15. Review how this failed purpose has affected your life until you experience freedom from the purpose and the failed purpose alike. You will know when this occurs because you will want to go into action again.
The complete data on the research and the results obtained can be found at:
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David St Lawrence