Make the list
In session, make a written list of places, locations you feel have been hostile to you, or are hostile to you right now. This doesn't mean the place has to be malevolent in some way, but you don't like the place for whatever reason. As you write down the names, put one, two or three crosses next to the name depending on the level of hostility or bad feeling. This does not have to be exact as it is just to get a rough idea of which to deal with first.
Keep writing until it seems like you have written down all the names you need to. You don't need to overdo it as you can always add to the list later. No-one need see this list except you, so you can be honest.
Your list might look something like this:
My first work place XX
The parking lot where I got mugged XXX
Larry's gym X
Dental office XX
IRS office X
um . . .
Time to end off writing the list!
Address the first item
Now it's time to take some charge off. If any of the items you wrote down got you yawning already, pick an obvious one, however many crosses you gave it. Use Rub & Yawn with this item until you have discharged it as best you can. This may take one or more sessions.
Remember to check the different flows when taking charge off a location. What you did at the place may be as important, even more so, than what happened to you there. And Flow 3 and Flow 0 too.
Then go on to the next item on the list. The general idea is to start at the most heavily charged, and work your way down to the least. This may match up with the number of crosses you wrote next to each location, or it may not. Just do it in the order you think best.
If you think of more items that should go on the list, just add them to the list and address them at the appropriate time later in session, or a future session.
This Places Relief routine is completed when you feel like you have discharged as much harmful energy off your list as you can at this time, and mention of a name from your list doesn't cause you a significantly bad reaction. This doesn't mean you have to rush out and scatter rose petals at the locations, although you just might.