Please forgive me for, in effect, cross-posting. I am putting something here that came from an off-topic exchange I had with Zinj in another thread. I would like to get some feedback on this concept because, for one reason, I am not so sure how any Church of Scientology 3.0 will address it.
It starts with the "What is true for you is true for you." Implying that one should suspend judgement on those parts that don't seem true.
It is pushed hard in the Academy with making one jump through incredible mental hoops and expend lots of effort and time to be granted the (never) official permission to disagree with Hubbard. See "How to defeat verbal tech checklist" and "Orders, Query Of".
Not understanding (not agreeing with) some part of Scientology is always the fault of the student and never the fault of the material. This can get pretty brutal, see KSW Series 1.
Communication about just about anything except following "Command Intention" du jour is discouraged as verbal tech, counter-intention, natter, HE&R, case, or any of a number of other no-no's.
The result is that Scientologists self-censor and condition themselves to compartmentalize those parts of Scientology that do not make sense to them and to outwardly, and perhaps to themselves, consider Scientology infallible. They must do this or they will not progress! This was perhaps the "genius" of Hubbard - tricking people into brainwashing themselves.