L. Ron Hubbard Quote on Truth, Morality and Ethics

In London, England, in on June 23, 1960, L. Ron Hubbard addressed Scientologists gathered from around the world for a congress.Mr. Hubbard made this observation to them at that time, one that seems all-the-more relevant than it did 54 years ago, as the level of ethics in society has deteriorated badly since that time.“If an individual begins to observe or experience truth, he becomes incapable of being a slave because he can’t be hurt. He isn’t afraid of life.“He’s ethical or moral or … [Read more...]

Monday again! Wish there were a better way?

tool for the workplace

Damn, it's Monday. A common refrain? How many times have you had that thought? Do you start thinking about Monday on Sunday? Saturday? Oh boy.The Scientology website has a very simple online course anyone can take to tackle the confusions and problems of work that make Monday a day to dread. The video introduction to the course says it all.So here's to transforming Mondays.  … [Read more...]

What Scientologist Say about Scientology

This video on the Scientology YouTube channel gives an insight into what Scientologists gain from their religion. … [Read more...]

Children Learn by Mimicry – So What are you Teaching Them?

Tad Reeves had this insightful blog on how to raise kids, I thought I'd share. Reeves runs the Scientology Parent blog.Something to consider: “A child learns by mimicry. Most children, unless they’re severely aberrated, are very good mimics. And they look at the adult and they try to use the adult as a pattern for their own actions. This is natural. Unfortunately, most adults around children have quite a few dramatizations. So the child may start now to mimic the dramatization…”L. RON HU … [Read more...]

What was that?

Ever forget something? (What a question!) Ever wonder why?L. Ron Hubbard had a very simple take on the problem, in a recorded lecture of December 1951:“The only reason a person forgets is because he doesn’t want to remember. The only reason he doesn’t want to remember is because it hurts him to remember. If it hurts him to remember, then he can’t handle his facsimiles. Simple.So you just want to get him up to a point where he can handle all of his facsimiles and that’s all you’re tryi … [Read more...]

Aging–A Fact of Life? or Within One’s Control?

Is aging a "fact of life"? or is it a consequence of the way one lives?Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard found that much of what we consider "aging" is not just the inevitable consequence of advancing years.  Rather, it is a function of one's attitude, as he stated in this excerpt of a recorded lecture on April 3, 1962.“The way an individual ages, the way he dies, is to give up his power of observation and his power of decision, and acts on the basis that he cannot do as much as he used … [Read more...]

…And the Truth Shall Set You Free

 “If an individual begins to observe or experience truth, he becomes incapable of being a slave because he can’t be hurt. He isn’t afraid of life.“He’s ethical or moral or something like that because he’s ethical or moral, not because somebody’s going to punish him if he isn’t ethical or moral. That’s a different rationale.”— L. Ron Hubbard … [Read more...]

Mail On Line Covers Grand Opening of New Scientology Church Down Under

More than 2500 people including local Scientologists attended a ticker tape ceremony for the launch of the centre by world church leader David Miscavige.>>A photo story in the Mail Online doesn't do the new Church justice. For more, visit the Scientology Website. … [Read more...]


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