Here, in alphabetical order, 9 conscientiometric techniques:
01. SAP Method. The Synthesis-Analysis-Question (SAP) method is the technical, logical, organized and systematized procedure aiming at the cognitive apprehension of the questions of the Conscientiogram and the subsequent self-calibration gauging.
02. Recexograma. A conscientiometric instrument to measure the index of recexibilility or the quality of consciential recycling, from the objective and simplified evaluation of 100 items, grouped into 10 areas of manifestation, aiming at the application of existential recycling.
04. Deep Analysis Technique. Greater detail and completeness is applied in the understanding of each question, including the consultation of dictionaries and books to understand the terms and concepts of conscientiology. There is also a more reflected upon reasoning in the answers, based on the register of personal facts. The major benefit is the more in-depth review of the holomemory, enabling the deconstruction of mistaken self-concepts and also the personal repositioning regarding the former group of related consciousnesses from the past. The technique predisposes intraconsciential recycling.
05. Rapid Analysis Technique. It consists of a brief appreciation of all questions in the Conscientiogram, consonant with the methodology proposed by Vieira, through the self-reflection on personal facts underlying the responses and self-positioning represented by a mark (0 to 1), allowing the completion of the Conscientiometric Graph, which reflects the Evolutionary momentum. This technique is characterized by a brief and comprehensive, but not superficial, analysis.
06. Transversal Synthesis-Analysis Technique. A transversal analysis of the 100 Evaluation Sheets seeks to identify the consciential megatraits, through a comparison of the interconnections. The Conscientiogram’s Organogram is used to indicate the Evaluation Sheet with the highest and lowest mark in each section and then grouping these by affinity, to try to decode 3 or 4 predominant characteristics, analyzing the relationship among these characteristics and with the personal holopensene. The synthesis is the identification of megastrongtrait, megaweaktrait and megamissingtrait.
07. Volunteer Guinea-pig – Conscin Technique. Consists of the presentation to the group of the result of 1 Evaluation Sheet from the Conscientiogram, and the receiption of feedback from all participants. It aims expand the consciential openness and the qualification of self and heterocriticism. It is an interassistential mega-laboratory, fostering the increase of self-perception and intercomprehension, being an exercise of self-exposure, personal positioning and self-deintrusion.
08. Self-Conscientiometric Gescon Technique. Facilitates the writing of an autobiographical article based on the personal inventory or conscientiometric autanamneses through the deep analysis of 1 Conscientiogram Evaluation Sheet. The focus is on consciential realism and dedramatization of self-research based on self-diagnosis, self-exposition and interassistantial debate, increasing self-reliance and self-confidence for autobiographical writing.
09. Conscientiometric Graph Technique. Allows an overview through the transposition of the results from a self-evaluation of the 2000 questions to a 360 degree graph. The technique allows us to identify personal coherences and inconsistencies, as well as the most striking strongtraits and weaktraits and their correlation with the vehicles of manifestation and main consciential attributes. It is possible to outline a strategy to deepen self-research from the results obtained.
09. Inventariology Technique. Consists of the thematic survey of the personal inventory simultaneously when answering the 2000 questions. The inventory is composed of 100 items that are filled randomly, in accordance with the information gained from reflection on personal facts, over the course of answering the Conscientiogram’s questions. In the end, the self-researcher has a general overview of their personal history, through the data compiled, including personalities and epochs, increasing self-knowledge and composing an autobiography.