OT VI (Solo NOTs Training) Completion—Success Story
I did it! I completed OT VI, the training step for Solo NOTs!
A little history for context: Decades ago, I co-audited up to Grade II, and years later, the rest of my lower bridge was audited by Trey Lotz (who is an amazing auditor).
I have one piece of “free advice” for others coming up the Bridge. It has certainly been said before, but find a good online academy in which to study Levels I-IV and co-audit or audit others as much as possible; this makes it easy to fly through this level of instruction.
Thanks to Randy Smith and his excellent training and C/Sing, I learned new skills as an auditor, polished the old skills, and I now feel confident to handle anything that comes my way as a Solo auditor.
But even if there’s no time to train up, and you’re ready to hop onto the OT levels, “Just do it,” as the ad says; be persistent and keep studying. Tenacity is everything!
Here’s an analogy for a win I had in the last couple of weeks of training: I felt I had been climbing a mountain for ages in mud and cold and fog, slogging along, but in the final part, the clouds moved aside, the sun burst out, and I saw a breathtaking, vast, bright, new vista to traverse. And so my journey will continue on Solo NOTs. I am so eager to begin the next stage!
Thanks to LRH, who mapped this terrain to begin with. Thanks again to Randy and Trey for being here to help!
With much ARC,