Had a private discussion with a friend which included the FPRD. This person is HIGHLY knowledegeable & experienced on BOTH sides of bridge, giving & receiving. The person is not at present Co$, however since it was a private discussion I am not revealing "personal" details about the individual.
Per the person's origination, FPRD was among the most fun auditing EVER experienced. Ran lots, as I recall it was on the order of hundreds of hours.
However, the person emphasized that CRUCIAL to the delivery of the FPRD was to NOT overrun the pc at ANY POINT during the program. When the person blows out, then STOP handling the chain. DO NOT PROCEED with further auditing at that point. Give the pc the win. If the material comes up again in a LATER session THEN do further handling as appropriate handling.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES CONTINUE TO RUN THE PC PAST A MAJOR WIN.
Based on what I was told I could only liken the results of the FPRD to some auditing I received while on the HRD which dealt with similar matters. That experience for me was also similarly wonderful & utterly transformative.
I expect that in the hands of a competent and ETHICAL auditor a pc would quite likely have a similarly glorious time on the FPRD.
Unfortunately, most FPRD program "grads" are Co$ products and the Co$ has VERY peculiar ideas about what is unethical & how to run ethics related auditing sessions.
Mark A. Baker
This applied to me. I was missing around one in two or three sessions because of big wins or persistent F/N or ext. I was allowed to have nmy wins and asked if I was witholding success stories! I was.