Scientology Assists: Film and Free Online Training

Scientology Volunteer Ministers are known for the help they give in times of disaster.  One of the services for which they are best known is Scientology Assists.A new film, available on the Volunteer Ministers website, explains the purpose of assists and why it is they accomplish the kinds of results that have made the Volunteer Ministers a vital component to any relief effort.The introduction to this film, on the Volunteer Ministers website, states:"People sometimes get hurt in the … [Read more...]

How Does Scientology View the Practice of Medicine?

Scientologists seek conventional medical treatment for illnesses and injuries. Scientologists use prescription drugs when physically ill and also rely on the advice and treatment of physicians.The Church of Scientology has always had the firm policy of not diagnosing or treating the sick. Medical doctors are trained to deal with the physical aspects of illness and injury. A Scientologist with a physical condition is advised to seek and obtain the needed examination and treatment of a … [Read more...]

An article in the Times of India discusses a Scientology technique called the touch assist., a procedure that is described fully in the Scientology Handbook booklet called "Assists for Illnesses and Injuries."Here is an excerpt from the article:People often get hurt or fall prey to diseases, injuries or mishaps and accidents. The role of medicine is limited – it treats the body, but overlooks the relationship a person’s mental attitude can have on his own body.A technique called Ass … [Read more...]

http://www.patheos.com/blogs/scientologybeliefs/2011/09/437/


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