Bringing out the best in you

Article by G. S. Subrahmanyam in the Hindu on the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tour currently in the city of Visakhapatnam on the east coast of India.Helping create a world without criminality, without insanity and without war is the ambitious aim of the India Scientology Goodwill Tour.“We are trying to help able persons be more able,” says tour director Marion Whitta. In the past six weeks, over 2,000 persons have been trained in the big yellow tent at the basketball cour … [Read more...]

What is the Scientology Wedding Ceremony?

Matrimony is a hallowed rite of virtually every religion and culture. The sacred commitment of marriage forms the basis of a stable family, a fundamental building block of any society. Thus, vows taken by the bride and groom build a foundation, not only for their own union, but contribute to that of the community as a whole.Scientologists recognize marriage as a part of the Second Dynamic (of the Eight Dynamics of existence). The Second Dynamic includes sex, procreating and the raising of … [Read more...]

Children are People Too, Right?

Courtesy of the Scientology Parent blog Of course we all know that children are people too, not some unknown species. As a parent, we may do very well with this concept. However, surprisingly a lot of the things some parents do in the handling of their children goes against this simple concept: Children are men and women, just like you and me.L. Ron Hubbard stated the following in an essay entitled How to Live with Children published in his book Scientology: A New Slant on Life … [Read more...]

Scientology Tools for Life

Scientology Online Course cover tools to overcome any of life’s difficulties and achieve a more fulfilling and happier life. For no matter the situation, with Scientology, something can be done about it.  The Technology of Study The Dynamics of Existence The Components of Understanding Assists for Illnesses and Injuries Integrity and Honesty The Cause of Suppression Children Basics of Organizing The Emotional Tone Scale Answers to Drugs Ethics and C … [Read more...]

Definition of Scientology

The word Scientology is taken from the Latin scio, which means "knowing, in the fullest sense of the word," and the Greek word logos, meaning "study of." It literally means knowing how to know.Scientology is a twenty-first-century religion. It comprises a vast body of knowledge extending from certain fundamental truths, and prime among those truths: Man is a spiritual being endowed with abilities well beyond those which he normally envisions. He is not only able to solve his own p … [Read more...]

Applying Scientology as a Parent to Two Active Boys

Me and my little one on the playgroundI wanted to share a bit of what my experiences have been in applying Scientology as a parent.I have used many of the tools I have learned in Scientology with my children and family. One of these has been such a life-saver to me – simple, yet AMAZING – and it extends from the fact that a huge part of Scientology is learning to understand what real communication is – and then how to communicate effectively. Family Love When my kids are upset … [Read more...]

Communication

Here is an interesting posting from Lauren's blog.In life you are usually faced with two decisions when dealing with other people that you disagree with or have some problem with.1. One to sit on your feelings and continue to feel that way.2. To talk to the person and deal with them in an upfront manner, despite what your inner voice is telling you to do.What I am about to say is what I suggest that you do:Stop for a minute and look at the person and find ONE thing that you … [Read more...]

What Being a Scientology Parent Means to Me

I’m a Scientologist and a parent.  What does that mean?  The answer sums up a lot of why I started this site in the first place.  And although I’ve written over 200 articles on this site so far on the subject, I’ve never actually just summarized what it means to me to be a Scientology Parent. Applying One’s Religion to Life With any religion, there’s a massive difference between simply calling oneself a member of that religion (i.e. “I’m a Scientologist”, “I’m Jewish”, “I’m a Mormon,” etc.), as … [Read more...]


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