Volume 4, Issue 10, page 14

selves to higher levels of be- a thousand and
ing just by removing the trau- appears that
matic influences of their past ing the pre-cle
(this being the basis of Coul- send the audit()
ter's ideas; similar to Dia- get an auditor
netics). If Coulter produces him in the rear
'clears', then they'll be in- hour or so t h
dividuals who have merely set very annoyed
up postulates on HOW to func- comes a bette
tion ( regardless of how much Charles Simpsor
they have 'worked their Pasts'). Good luck to them -- "After being
but they won't be the real long I feel li
thing. To reach the real thing water here. Al
on this earth, you have to any folks jai
handle your biggest motivators strange points
-- your desires for the so- this way?...
called 'good' things of life. "Now I can
Your values, in short... stand the fear
"The biggest desire in our I'm thinking se
society is the desire for ad- iting the st
miration. Survival a bigger pital so I can
value? I sometimes wonder -- and ogy, etc., aga'
doubt it when I study the way "What happen
people react to a subtle ap- Wrote twice, re
peal to their vanity. Anyway. ply." -- Dr. C.
I suggest that Art Coulter and Lake City, Ut
his followers take up t h e
study of salesmanship to find "Fred Hand
out what makes people act. If telligence to
they did that, synergetics the intelligen
would begin to change. Possi- "Appraising
bly, then. there would come with smirk and
into being a Coulter group in "Is as pr
whom a 'synergic mode' would spitting into
really function ; the basic beer.
'technique' being that each " We can all
member agrees with the others sible exchange
not to try and 'sell' ( o r Milwaukee, Wi s
'prove' himself and his importance and superiority. A group "you'll r
in whom vanity has been re- for several ye
moved for a spell -- ah, what a troversy pro terrible thing, we'd have some iting or self-i
'CLEARS' !" - -Ken Hart , most thorogoin
Ridanansworth, Herts., England . selman 's E-the