Raising the Standards of Happiness

In listening to a lecture from The First International Congress of Dianeticists and Scientologists, delivered in October 1953 in Philadelphia, I was struck by the following statement by L.  Ron Hubbard.“A Scientologist would be a social catalyst dedicated to the mission of raising the standards of happiness of Man and bringing him to recognize his brotherhood with the universe.”I found this very interesting, as it is clear that the kind of work the Church and individual Scientologists are doi … [Read more...]

Church of Scientology Celebrates the Opening of an Entirely New Church in Inglewood and Community Center in South Los Angeles

INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA • NOVEMBER 5, 2011 |5,000 Scientologists, guests and city officials gathered Saturday November 5, for the dedication of an entirely new Church of Scientology and Church of Scientology Community Center. The Church stands in the heart of downtown, at 315 South Market Street, and reflects the growth of a new Scientology congregation amongst these communities. The neighboring Community Center stands just a few minutes away in South Los Angeles, at 8039 South Vermont Av … [Read more...]

Great Video on Raising Children

Here is a great video on kids.  It's part of an entire program to make simple tools available to anyone to improve areas of life.  The course on children (it's online and it's free) is brilliant.Enrollment is very simple and not only will it help your kids, their improved tempers and well-being will help you enormously too! … [Read more...]

Some Thoughts for Those Occupying Wall Street

I have been reading of idealistic young people clamoring for a communist solution to our current economic woes.So, for those occupying Wall Street and other financial hubs, who may not have lived through the war between Capitalism and Communism (this lifetime), I have some words of wisdom.These words are those of L. Ron Hubbard, Founder of the Scientology Religion, from a congress held for Scientologists in October of 1953, three months after the Korean War—the first test of might between p … [Read more...]

Thoughts on scientology

by Nick BroadhurstI often wonder if people get confused on the difference between philosophy and religion when it comes to Scientology. Is Scientology a religion or philosophy, or, are all religions philosophies? These are my thoughts just now.Scientology is most definitely a religion, and it is most definitely a philosophy. A religion has two major categories, the revealed religion – Judaism, Christianity, Islam for example; and the natural religion. While the first category of religions is … [Read more...]

Even Babies Need Acknowledgements

The very same basics that are used with adults to communicate with other adults absolutely apply to babies as well, a fantastic example of such L. Ron Hubbard singles out in a December 1954 talk on communication, where he says: “Kids, kids that come around and they say — I have noticed this with parents. . . . kids will come around and they’ll say,’Jabber-jabber-wog-wog-yag-yem-gillilyogo-wabble.’And you say, ‘My golly is that so?’And they will say, ‘Yboggle-yoggle … [Read more...]

Question: Who wears the pants?

Here is a question I got on my blog about Scientology and my answers. At first sight it may not seem like a question related to the religion, but it was attempting to get an understanding of the culture around the religion. For example, in some religions women are given a subordinate role to men, so in that case the answer would tell you that.Who is the spokesperson for your family?If we did or did not have a spokesperson, it would have nothing to do with Scientology.Such things are … [Read more...]

Meet a Scientologist-One Mother's Battle with the Unexpected Consequences of Premature Birth

November is Prematurity Awareness Month. Scientologist Cindy Gainsforth knew nothing about the issue until she had to live with the consequences herself, following the premature birth of her son Orion in 2009.Scientologist Cindy Gainsforth learned about the problems of premature birth the hard way."It was Saturday, September 5, 2009, at 6:05 p.m.," she recalls. "When my water broke, I was 35 1/2 weeks along. My hospital bags were not even packed-nothing was prepared."To make matters … [Read more...]


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