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  1. I Can Speak For Myself

    I may not be one for arguing, for disagreeing, for actually having my own opinion. Having spent just 4 years (my late teens and just budding into adulthood now), I feel quite backwards in my own thoughts and dealings with others. I have to 'relearn' and 'unlearn' a lot of things that I thought were true. It is a struggle, I can only imagine what it is like for people who have dedicated years beyond me to what they thought to be true.

    I am in the process of recovering myself from the ...
  2. Scientology away from the church

    Ah there you are, newly out and wondering what you're going to do because you may still be concerned about your "Bridge", your "conditions" and other matters.

    Please be very careful if you enter the Independent Scientologist zone also called Indies. All things are not equal.

    Research everyone carefully. Ask many, many questions.

    Just because someone is formerly a Scientologist and says they are practicing
  3. Is it all entheta?

    Here you are, newly out and poking around in the formerly taboo Internet and Web.

    Is it all entheta* out here?

    The answer is a resounding No!

    But you may want to think about gradually moving your thoughts and actions away from anything having to do with Scientology, be it for or against. Any one thing taking over all of your thoughts and activities cannot be a good thing, can it?

    There's only one person that can decide how much you want your thoughts

    Updated 14th May 2014 at 01:39 AM by Isme

  4. On homocidal honeyeaters and human healing

    The Noisy Miner is one of the few Australian birds that have benefitted greatly from the Anglo-Celtic occupation of the land. Itís a member of the Honeyeater family of birds Ė a group that can be found literally anywhere in Australia and extending to New Zealand, New Guinea and many islands in the South-West Pacific area. The Minerís not a pretty-looking bird, and its calls can best be described as nasally. It lives in ďmobsĒ that comprise a breeding pair and the male offspring.

    Itís ...
  5. Scientology: What it meant to me, and other related thoughts

    Well then, what did Scientology mean to me?

    To me it meant getting in touch with my own inner spirituality and learning how to remove my own unwanted thoughts and impulses that impacted my life and got in the way of my own goals and purposes.

    I never viewed it as capable of delivering magical, supernatural, or fantasy results.

    But then, living more than one life, being so in touch with those around you that you think and act in concert, well, I believe that

    Updated 14th May 2014 at 12:36 AM by Isme

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