For example, upon hearing the origination, "He makes me feel physically ill," one would need to identify and properly word the specific sensation, ache, or pain, or other somatic, of "physically ill." The next step would involve isolating possible causes for this, from Overts to unhandled NOTs case, variable only on the person's position on the Grade Chart. Clears, of course, would not receive any Dianetics; those not yet through the first Wall of Fire, would not receive any BT handling, etc.
"The bile rose in my throat," would be handled in a similar fashion.
And there's a long formal assessment list of items, such as, "revolting," "repulsive," etc.
A handy plastic carrying case for this list, and related lists, would be available.
It's actually very timely that this subject has been brought up, since the matter of people - usually those at lower awareness levels - literalizing L. Ron Hubbard, and thus coming to a similar conclusion as did Wog Judge Paul Breckenridge, years ago, at the Armstrong vs Church of Scientology court case, when Judge Breckenridge described LRH as a "pathological liar," etc., and all of this was due to the literalizing of L. Ron Hubbard. For example, when LRH briefed Scientologists on his 2nd wife being the Russian spy, Sara Komkovadamanov, this was misconstrued by those at lower awareness levels, who literalize L. Ron Hubbard, to mean that his 2nd wife was actually named Sara Komkovadamanov. This resulted in some of these Scientologists later besmirching the good name of L. Ron Hubbard, and thinking that L. Ron Hubbard was such things as a liar and a nut - which, of course, we know is not so. LRH is not a liar and a nut. Similarly, when LRH referred to himself as a nuclear physicist,
those, at lower awareness levels, literalized L. Ron Hubbard and misconstrued that LRH was saying that he was a nuclear physicist.
Fortunately, there are correction lists to address all of these areas.