Scientology And Me

August 29, 2007

The Scientology Handbook Made the Difference

“Nothing could be done about it.

“I knew the brain, a mechanism created by cosmic chance, decayed and died. And that was it. Nothing followed or preceded life. I wanted to have faith, but every time I asked, ‘Is there something more out there?’ all I heard back was silence.

“Worse, I didn’t feel like I had any control over what was in front of me right now. Nothing in this purposeless existence could be bettered or significantly changed.

“Then a few months ago, I discovered my neglected copy of the book, Scientology: The Fundamentals of Thought. Hubbard’s words re-ignited in me an awareness of myself, where before I had gone numb.

“Energized, I looked online for more which lead me to the Scientology Volunteer Ministers website.

“From there, I started reading the Scientology Handbook online, still cynical and skeptical—until I applied an assist* to my wife and it miraculously worked!

“Purchasing and then studying the Handbook several times, cove-to-cover, I incorporated its teachings into my life. Nothing but success occurred with every application.

“Previously a cynic and a blossoming atheist, I found myself a hesitant believer in the idea that there is more to life than the physical, and that something can be done about both spiritual and material problems.

“My abilities as a father increased. My abilities as a husband increased. Problems at work became easier to iron out. I understood why certain people made my emotions spiral, and how to handle them. Pain from injuries became treatable without medication. Conflict and miscommunication were now diffusible.

“Life simply became better.

“I will keep learning more, keep doing more—keep getting to know my real self and the real selves of those I meet as only Scientology can teach me to do.

“Cynicism and skepticism still crop up. Some days my hope falters. Something in me says, ‘Nothing can be done about it.’ And every day Scientology proves something can.

“Thank God for the Scientology religion that has filled my world with both spiritual and practical light.

“Scientology is truly good. Because of the Church, I have faith. I believe: Something can be done about it!”

*Scientology assists are techniques developed by L. Ron Hubbard that bring the spiritual element into healing, thereby greatly speeding the healing process.


August 15, 2007

;-) Aussie Scientologist Tells How he Used the Scientology Handbook to Train Indian Disaster Specialists

Filed under: Uncategorized — Louanne @ 3:25 am

G’day mate! (G’day means Good Day, which means Hello in “Australian.”) My name is Mathew Andrews. I’m 24 years old and I come from Victoria, Australia. I wanted to be a part of the team that is doing something about it—making the solutions to life that Scientology offers available to one and all. So, I decided to join the Scientology Volunteer Ministers (VM) India Goodwill Tour. I took time off work and on June 15th, 2006 I arrived in India.

(Rest of  story at the Scientology site about the Scientology handbook)

August 9, 2007

What are Scientology “Basics”?

In July 2007 David Miscavige, the leader of Scientology, re-released the full set of books written by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard in the 1950s with accompanying lectures giving more details as the books. The full set contains all the “basics” of the Scientology belief system (called Scientology technology by Scientologists) and present the core of Dianetics and Scientology. Certainly it is very important for Scientologists – and anyone who wants to find out about Scientology – to read those books, in chronological sequence as the system developed over several years.

Dianetics Book

I read some of those, and let me tell me you what I thought Scientology is no longer holds true. This is the real stuff. Like the book “Dianetics“. You grab the book, read it and start auditing with someone. Just like that! I found a partner now to work with and keep you posted how it went.

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