Having found the ultimate truth – the answer to everything – is synonymous with shutting down the essence of our core-being – creation
For some time I have kept in touch with developments in post LRH Scientology. Mainly I have not responded to the multitude of views expressed and events reported on the internet in this regard. Awhile ago I did however, tell my story: “The Birth of the Sea Org”, but that’s about it. My main focus has been on completing a book, which is now done.
Originally Posted by Abletu
I have been declared a SP since 1977, in 1975 I started my carreer in scientology after reading and verifying that Dianetics works as writen in the comfort of my home.
Three weeks later I walked into the Scientology Church where I bought my book, as I was walking into the place, I clearly thought "What the f*** is wrong with this place."
That day I bought everything I could afford that L.Ron Hubbard published, and studied from the comfort of my home for
Originally Posted by FreeBeing
I found this beautiful quote from Saint-Exupery inside Leo Buscaglia's book; Living, Loving & Learning. "Perhaps love is the process of my leading you gently back to yourself." To me, this quote is very profound, spiritually, emotionally, consciously. I urge you to think about this quote, please.
I ask the pro-hubbard/pro-tech/hubbard apologists and those doing their cult recovery: does scientology lead you gently back to yourself, with loving compassion? From love,
Originally Posted by Ogsonofgroo
Oooooo, a butterfly!
Walk a crooked bridge.
What I have always found so profoundly idiotic is that Hubbard took this model for his con-job. You know, when crossing bridges, you have a goal in mind to progress from one side of something to another., cross a valley, cross a river, whatever, then continue down the chosen path to your destination. These exist to make a journey shorter, not extend it for years and years, lordy. :(
In Lron's model you end up finding
(and start answering my posts , dont read and avoid because the truth is scary)
- dont you know the church has no real power in the real world?
- do we think youtube videos is enough to crush the church.?
- Do you think ex sea org members are really facilitating the fight.
( I'm tired of having sympathy for people who were too dumb to get out and volunteered and signed a contract to be abused essentially. ) they arent the best representation