Paul giving a session

PaulsRobot3   1st: RTFM Quiz

My dream is that you use free Rub & Yawn stress-release procedures today and in the future to improve your life — Paul

Read the Flipping Manual Quiz Questions 1-10

Here are 20 multiple-choice questions, designed to test your understanding of doing a PaulsRobot session properly. Score 1 point for a correct answer, 0 points otherwise. Only one answer out of the five choices is considered correct.
  1. Rub & Yawn has three parts. Two are rubbing and yawning. What is the third?

    a.   Belching.

    b.   Talking.

    c.   Rubbing your feet on the ground.

    d.   Visualizing.

    e.   Stretching.


  2. What should you do if you suddenly start falling asleep in session (not due to lack of sleep or a food reaction)?

    a.   Just go to sleep in the chair.

    b.   Use the included correction list for the action you are doing.

    c.   Immediately jump to your feet, and do what it says in the "Shutting Down" option.

    d.   Do some gentle Rub & Yawn, but don't move about too much.

    e.   Call a real practitioner for help.


  3. Is Rub & Yawn used as part of BasicR3X?

    a.   Definitely. It is incorporated into the procedure and you must use it with every screen.

    b.   Not at all. It is expressly forbidden as it has been found to be counter-productive in that kind of session.

    c.   Maybe. It is up to the user how much it is used.

    d.   Sort of. There is a mandatory Rub & Yawn period every 8 minutes by the clock to bleed off built-up charge.

    e.   It depends. It's not in the PaulsRobot3 version, but if you are doing the Beta PaulsRobot4 version, then yes.


  4. There are four PaulsRobot modules that can be used to discharge virtually any topic. Three are Core, HeavyDuty and BasicR3X. What is the 4th?

    a.   Morph.

    b.   Dipoles.

    c.   Rudiments/L1C.

    d.   RAW4.

    e.   False Data Stripping.


  5. What's the recommended thing to do about worksheets/session reports?

    a.   Keep them yourself as the session progresses, just like regular session worksheets, maybe in Notepad in a separate window on the left of the screen.

    b.   They slow down the session. Maybe write a few notes afterwards but no more.

    c.   Note down cognitions only, and don't worry about the process details.

    d.   PaulsRobot automatically records your session times and actions, and you can just download the report after the session.

    e.   Use a voice recorder during the session, and voice-to-text software to transcribe your words after the session.


  6. What's the recommended thing about food and sleep?

    a.   You must be well-fed, and have had 8 hours sleep, no fail.

    b.   It makes no difference at all.

    c.   It works better if you are well-fed and well-slept. If that is impossible you're welcome to give it a try but don't be surprised if it doesn't work out too well.

    d.   You should eat organic food as much as possible, and preferably sleep aligned with magnetic north-south.

    e.   Food and sleep aren't nearly as important as lots of sex, because of the therapeutic benefits of the orgasm (ref Wilhelm Reich).


  7. How about drugs and alcohol?

    a. No street or medicinal drugs for 6 weeks; no alcohol or aspirin for 24 hours.

    b. No specific prohibition other than don't expect the session to go at all well if you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

    c. No street drugs for 2 weeks; prescription drugs of any kind are OK; no alcohol for 12 hours.

    d. Take what you like. It's your life.

    e. No mind-altering drugs for 1 week. No alcohol for 24 hours.


  8. Some of the newer modules have comments about Ownership. How does that work?

    a.   If it's on your computer, it's yours. Tell others to F off.

    b.   Check once at the beginning of session if you have to, but it's not recommended at all.

    c.   There is a full entity-level technical approach you can access by clicking on the "Ownership" links whenever they appear.

    d.   Ownership is now a standard part of Rub & Yawn, so it does not need to be addressed outside of that.

    e.   There are optional screens for addressing what you find as yours, shared with others, or wholly others', and you run the next action accordingly.


  9. When should a regular PaulsRobot session end?

    a.   After a good realization.

    b.   When the hour is up.

    c.   When the allotted time is up.

    d.   When there's no more change from the procedure and you feel pretty good.

    e.   After ten or so yawns.


  10. In the basic Core module, how is a topic selected for a new person?

    a.   He must figure one out before the start of session.

    b.   A hot one from his life is deliberately restimulated and his nose rubbed in it at the start of session so he has no real choice on what to address in that session.

    c.   There are three hot topics that everyone must run, and he gets to choose which of the three to run in the first real session (after getting his feet wet with a dry run).

    d.   Dream analysis is used to determine which area the person has the most trouble with.

    e.   He is asked five very specific questions concerning his work, his family, his health, sex, and his goals, and a topic is worked out from his answers.



Read the Flipping Manual Quiz Questions 11-20

  1. How many PaulsRobot sessions will it take to complete the program?

    a.   It takes as long as it takes.

    b.   There is no recommended program. Have as many or as few as you want.

    c.   Seems to be 5-10 on average.

    d.   Looks like about 250 hours total. The number of sessions depends on how short or long yours average.

    e.   Sorry, it's still early days and there are no reliable figures yet.


  2. How often should I do a PaulsRobot session?

    a.   One a day at the same time of day is best.

    b.   Once a week, preferably on the same day.

    c.   Do as many as you can. The more the merrier.

    d.   Do as few or as many as you want, but try not to do a session "over a win" as it might not go so well.

    e.   You need to schedule the times with Paul so they are mutually acceptable.


  3. How much does PaulsRobot use cost?

    a.   Paul gives it away free of charge and expects nothing in exchange.

    b.   Paul doesn't overtly ask for money but expects at least something in return (use PayPal).

    c.   About $10 a month, but some bits are free as a come-on.

    d.   Pretty much free for now, but once there are one hundred regular users there is expected to be a regular fee schedule.

    e.   The visible one is free, but there is a private one with the really good stuff that costs $10 an hour (that's still cheap).


  4. PaulsRobot3 is HTML5-compliant. The audio only works on the current versions of some browsers. Which ones?

    a.   Internet Explorer (IE) 6, IE7

    b.   IE8, Opera, Firefox

    c.   Safari, Firefox, SeaMonkey Navigator

    d.   Chrome, Firefox, IE10

    e.   IE9, IE10, Chrome


  5. What's the deal with having a written session plan before the session?

    a.   Yes. Write your own if needed. End the session if it's not working out in session.

    b.   Not needed. It's all pretty sloppy. Just wing it.

    c.   Good idea but not essential to keep to it. Just use it as a general guideline, especially at the beginning of the session.

    d.   Yes, but it's OK to have a few of them which overlap, and just go with the one that follows the session best at any particular moment.

    e.   Paul will email one to you before the session for a small fee.


  6. PaulsRobot versus human, feature or bug?

    a.   PaulsRobot is free of charge, therefore it must be better.

    b.   PaulsRobot has to guess your responses to commands, so it is far less reliable in that manner than a human practitioner.

    c.   By survey, PaulsRobot is more distracting in session than any but the weakest practitioner. After all, it's all recorded, not live at all.

    d.   PaulsRobot most of the time lets you select your own topic, and there are no restrictions at all on what you address.

    e.   PaulsRobot session control compares favourably with the average human practitioner.


  7. I've had a couple of Rub & Yawn sessions with the video and they went OK. What should I do next?

    a.   Try a PaulsRobot Core session and see how that goes.

    b.   Move directly on to BasicR3X since you are familiar with the basics now.

    c.   Use the PaulsRobot FalseDataStripping module and FDS all prior subjects dealing with mental therapies to straighten out the "earlier similars."

    d.   Use the IntExtStay module, and do an Expanded Int Rundown quickly before it gets to be a problem in future sessions.

    e.   Do another 5 of the Rub & Yawn videos, especially the ones on "Your Mind" and "Your Body." These should definitely be done before using PaulsRobot for a proper session.


  8. The 6-directions in the 6-direction technique are?

    a.   Up, down, forward, backwards, sideways, inside out.

    b.   Yesterday, tomorrow, last week, next week, last month, next month.

    c.   Yours, mine, his, hers, theirs, ours.

    d.   Above, below, right, left, front, back.

    e.   In, out, inside out, rightway to, away, back (returned).


  9. Lifetime Scanning (part of BasicR3X) involves:

    a.   Imagining looking over your life with first your left eye, then your right eye.

    b.   Writing down the important points (change points) in your life, then assessing the list for the greatest read, then scanning the time period just ahead of that major change.

    c.   Scanning through your life, maybe 5 years at a time, and when your attention sticks on an event zero in on that and discharge it until flat, then continue the scanning.

    d.   Scan through your entire life from birth to present time, find the hottest unrun incident, then address that incident with four flows. Repeat for all hot incidents.

    e.   Scan the life of someone close to you. When you find something hot, address it with the 6-direction process.


  10. In the HeavyDuty module, one of the 15 variations . . .:

    a.   Lets you address the topic by assuming the viewpoint (if charged) of a physical object in the topic, like a table even.

    b.   Expects you to turn the topic inside out, and doesn't explain what that means.

    c.   Has you find a similar topic from the past that is *not* charged, and asks you to sort of superimpose the uncharged one over the top of the charged one.

    d.   Asks you to try and find a topic that is "opposite in character" from the one you are addressing in session, and has you first consider one then the other.

    e.   Wants you to hold your head at a certain angle, look off to the left/right, and tap your nose while considering your topic.



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