The INTROSPECTION RUNDOWN is a controversial Church of Scientology auditing process that is intended to handle a psychotic episode or complete mental breakdown . Introspection is defined for the purpose of this rundown as a condition where the person is "looking into one's own mind, feelings, reactions, etc." The result is "the person extroverted, no longer looking inward worriedly continuously without end."
* 1 Overview * 2 Lisa McPherson controversy * 3 See also * 4 References * 5 External links
In Scientology, a rundown is a procedure set out as a series of steps to produce a particular result, or phenomenon.
Hubbard outlined the
* HCO Bulletin 23 January 1974RB, Revised 25 April 1991: "The Technical Breakthrough of 1973! The Introspection RD" * HCO Bulletin 20 February 1974R, Revised 25 April 1991: "Introspection RD, Additional Actions" * HCO Bulletin 6 March 1974: "Introspection RD, Second Addition, Information to C/Ses, Fixated Attention"
All three bulletins are publicly available for purchase. They