What Does Scientology Say About New Year’s Resolutions

What Does Scientology Say About New Year’s Resolutions January 4, 2024

What Does Scientology Say About New Year’s Resolutions is taken from an article on the Scientology Newsroom

How likely are you to keep the resolutions you set for 2024? And is there something you can do to increase the odds of making these goals come true?

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According to a recent survey conducted by Forbeson average people hold to their resolutions for 3.74 months. People who failed to keep past resolutions may find it harder to stick with new ones. But the European Community Research and Development Information Service has one answer. It gives a way to overcome past failures. Just make a fresh start.  New Year’s helps people close the chapter on past failures. They can then set new goals.

Advice from Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard

Author, humanitarian, and Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard provided important advice on this subject in The Code of Honor: “Never regret yesterday. Life is in you today and you make your tomorrow.”

But how do you put this into action? Is it just the intention? Mr. Hubbard also provided practical knowledge on how to translate this concept into something one can do. 

This New Year’s, the Church of Scientology encourages anyone wishing to increase the odds of achieving their resolutions to log onto the Scientology website and enroll on free courses called the Scientology Tools for Life. Available in 19 languages, these contain simple technology to help people overcome barriers and opposition to accomplishing what they set out to do.

These courses are made available free of charge in 19 languages through the Volunteer Ministers website and the Scientology website.

Other courses are also available at all Scientology Churches and Missions.

Introductory videos on these and many other Scientology Tools for Life can be viewed on the Scientology Network at DIRECTV channel 320 and streamed at Scientology.tv, on mobile apps and via the Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV platforms.

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