There is a debate raging among exes over the beliefs of Scientology that are stupid and idiotic.
One side says they are Codswallop.
The other says they're Pigswallow.
While that debate rages, I have just discovered something:
The whole fallacy of Scientology begins with one idea that Hubbard offered us which is the foundation for the whole of Scientology:
You are perfect.
Beneath all the trillions of years of experiences you have had that have brought you to the lowly state of "human being", you are perfect.
If you just used Scientology to as-is everything, you would have no flaws. You would always be right in everything you did. And if you just postulated it, BING! everything you wanted would simply appear.
That assumption is the basis for everything in Scientology. That's what we were all trying to do: finally overcome all of our faults and imperfections - including our inability to create things magically - and become perfect "again".
People are not perfect. You are not perfect. You will make mistakes, do things you regret, experience bad things and even suffer lasting damage from them. You can't make an ashtray float in the air. And as a human being, you will have to die someday.
This is, and always has been, our lot as human beings.
If you can accept this, and still be happy, then you no longer need Scientology.