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How many hours of auditing a day can one participate in?

This depends upon one’s particular auditing program. Some participate in auditing for a longer time than others. An average probably is around 2 1/2 hours a day for the five weekdays. Auditing is best done intensively, at least 12 1/2 hours a week (2 1/2 hours a day for the five-day week). The more intensively one is audited, the more rapid progress he makes as he is not distracted by day-to-day routines or upsets. Of course, one is not always receiving auditing so when one is, his best chance of making rapid progress is intensively.


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