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  Scientology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Auditing requires that the preclear be a willing and interested participant who understands the questions, and the process goes more smoothly when he or she understands what is going on.
Scientology is technically considered a religion in the United States and Australia, and thus enjoys and regularly cites the constitutional protections afforded in both nations to religious practice (First Amendment to the United States Constitution; Australian Constitution, s 116).
Scientology is publicly and vehemently opposed to psychiatry and psychology.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Scientology   (6431 words)

  
 SCIENTOLOGY
Scientology teaches that this idea is patently false, unworkable, and acts as a barrier to a personal understanding of life.
The goal of Scientology applied religious philosophy is to bring the individual to a point where they are capable of sorting out the factors in their own life and solving their own problems.
Auditing is assisted by use of a specially designed meter (E-Meter or Electro-psychometer) which helps locate areas of spiritual distress or travail by measuring the mental state or change of state of the person being audited.
www.religioustolerance.org /scientol1.htm   (2186 words)

  
 Scientology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Founder of the Church of Scientology is Lafayette Ronald Hubbard (1911-1986), born in Tilden, Nebraska on 1911-MAR-13.
Scientology "auditing" is a unique form of personal counseling intended to help an individual look at his own existence and improve their ability to confront what and where they are.
Auditing is assisted by use of a specially designed meter (E-Meter or Electro-psychometer) which they believe helps locate areas of spiritual distress or travail by measuring the mental state or change of state of the person being audited.
www.chaplaincare.navy.mil /Scientology.htm   (3792 words)

  
 alt.religion.scientology Users' Catechism [3 of 3]
From: scninfo@pcnet.com (Scientology Information Server) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology Subject: alt.religion.scientology Users' Catechism [3 of 3] Date: 8 Mar 1995 00:22:14 GMT Message-ID: Summary: This article is Part 3 of 3 of a Scientology catechism (a brief summary of the principles of a religion, in question-and-answer form) about the religious philosophy known as Scientology.
Scientology auditing is delivered in a specific sequence which handles the major barriers people encounter when trying to achieve their goals.
Auditing is not something done *to* an individual -- it is something done in which he is the active participant.
www.faqs.org /faqs/scientology/users/catechism/part3   (6997 words)

  
 The Mind Benders, Scientology - Chapter 6 - Cyril Vosper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Scientology is a break with this tradition since mental aberration is shown to be only the result of lessened spiritual awareness, certainty and ability.
The discoveries of Scientology, the auditing and training techniques and the concepts of human worth and potential are equally as valid and probably superior to any other in psychotherapy, yet these seem unseen for their real value.
Scientology Axiom Twenty-eight: "Communication is the consideration and action of impelling an impulse or particle from source-point across a distance to receipt-point, with the intention of bringing into being at the receipt-point a duplication of that which emanated from the source-point.
www.thingy.apana.org.au /~fun/scn/books/vosper/06.html   (5794 words)

  
 Scientology Auditing: Spiritual Counseling for a Better Life
Scientology auditing is a unique form of personal spiritual counseling which helps people look at their own existence and improves their ability to confront what they are and where they are.
Scientology auditing can bring any person from a condition of spiritual blindness to the brilliant joy of spiritual existence.
An auditor is a minister or minister-in-training of a church of Scientology.
www.auditing.org   (1243 words)

  
 Mike Goldstein -- Part Thirteen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Yet in Scientology, it is professed that if one applies a rote auditing process in an identical manner, then all recipients of that process will accomplish the same results.
The majority of Scientology auditing is done according to a preconceived agenda of progressing levels.
Whereas Life Repair was limited to the auditing processes of Grades 0 through 4, LRH allowed a more expansive life repair where a case supervisor was free to utilize any process on the entire bridge to address what the person wanted to handle.
freezoneamerica.org /Goldstein/After/part13.htm   (1063 words)

  
 Inside Scientology/Dianetics - Appendix N: First Abridged Unapproved Dictionary of Scientologese
A record made by the auditor during the session of the beginning and end of the session, and the major events of the running of the process during the session.
A rapid and significant discharge of tension, as indicated by an E-meter.
Criticisms of auditing, the auditor, the E-meter, Hubbard, Scientology.
www.cs.cmu.edu /People/dst/Library/Shelf/kaufman/isd/isd-5n.htm   (1394 words)

  
 Scientology Counselling - The Practice of Scientology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
It is the central practice of the Scientology religion.
Auditing is delivered by an auditor (from the Latin word audire, meaning to listen) — a person trained and expert in the exact techniques of Dianetics and Scientology.
Unique to the Scientology religion — and revolutionary in the field of spiritual development — is the use by auditors of the electropsychometer, or E-Meter.
www.e-meter.org.uk   (187 words)

  
 About New Era Dianetics Auditing - Scientology and New Era Dianetics
New Era Dianetics auditing consists of over a dozen specific rundowns (a series of auditing steps designed to handle a specific aspect of a case) and actions which address the engrams contained in the reactive mind.
Hubbard’s new techniques were, consider this: Preclears who might have needed over 2,000 hours of auditing to achieve the highest results obtainable from 1950 technology might now achieve comparable gains in a tenth of that time with modern Dianetics and Scientology auditing.
NED auditing addresses these losses and, while it won’t replace the affections held for the departed, it can free one from the spiritual trauma of the loss.
www.neweradianetics.org.uk /page03.htm   (678 words)

  
 Secrets of Scientology
The Church of Scientology is a rich and vengeful religious cult, or as one critic puts it, "a cross between the Moonies and the Mafia." But it would be a mistake to dismiss its underlying technology as harmless or ineffective.
The secret closing agreement between Scientology and the IRS (U.S. Internal Revenue Service) was leaked to the Wall Street Journal in late 1997.
Study Technology is the key to Scientology's attempt at infiltrating the public schools through their front group Applied Scholastics.
www.cs.cmu.edu /~dst/Secrets   (624 words)

  
 SSMR Oct. 2001 Paper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Auditing sessions are performed while a person is in a state of reverie, not hypnotized.
Although what is revealed in auditing is confidential and not to be talked about by auditor or the client, many people, from staff and the world, talk openly about their past life regressions.
Auditing is poor therapy at best although the program in its entirety does demonstrate human development, especially to the public who do not see the internal failures like staff members.
www.imagination-institute.com /ssmr_oct__2001_paper.htm   (2609 words)

  
 Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard
In that sense, Scientology represents what may be the ultimate definition of a religion; not a system of beliefs but a means of spiritual transformation.
Scientology is further defined as the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself, universes and other life.
World Institute of Scientology Enterprises The World Institute of Scientology Enterprises is an association of men and women dedicated to making the world a better place through providing L. Ron Hubbard administrative technology to individuals, groups, organizations and governments.
www.aboutlronhubbard.org   (1038 words)

  
 Scientology's Study Technology - Essay - Dr. David Touretzky and Chris Owen
Scientology auditing (counseling) sessions use the E-meter to help the subject "locate" and "erase" their mental mass, supposedly thereby freeing them from the emotionally and physically harmful effects of their bad memories (Cooper, 1971, ch.
Applied Scholastics is routinely portrayed as being a vital agent for Scientology's expansion, and Study Tech as being a weapon against the forces of "suppression" responsible for the "destruction" of secular education.
The Church of Scientology views the activities of Applied Scholastics as one strand in an ambitious program of "planetary salvage." In Scientology's view, the world is in a catastrophic state.
studytech.org /study_tech3.php   (8974 words)

  
 clearwater, florida usa directory, usa portal, business directory usa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Police Work for Scientology - Editorial says that it is unlikely that off-duty uniformed Clearwater police officers paid by the Church of Scientology could remain objective when incidents occur between the church and protesters.
Scientology Hires Top Clearwater Law Firm - Johnson Blakely Pope Bokor Ruppel and Burns hired to represent the Church of Scientology in legal affairs in Clearwater.
Scientology Tries To Move Forward Despite Attacks - Complaining about the spin put on news coverage, three readers discuss legal battles of the Church of Scientology in Clearwater.
www.usalinker.com /clearwater3_florida.html   (3193 words)

  
 Freezone Scientology International, auditing, clearing, e-meters
Are you interested in alternative ways of progressing in Scientology auditing and training without the vast expenses and excessive control of the Church of Scientology?
These pages are intended to provide resources to make it easier for those who want to find a professional auditor at reasonable rates, locate people they can co-audit with or continue with their solo auditing.
An auditing basics page is up with the fundamentals of Scientology linked in.
www.fzint.net   (398 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Path: bloom-beacon.mit.edu!senator-bedfellow.mit.edu!faqserv From: scninfo@pcnet.com (Scientology Information Server) Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology,alt.answers,news.answers Subject: alt.religion.scientology Users' Catechism [3 of 3] Supersedes:
NNTP-Posting-Host: bloom-picayune.mit.edu Summary: This article is Part 3 of 3 of a Scientology catechism (a brief summary of the principles of a religion, in question-and-answer form) about the religious philosophy known as Scientology.
Keywords: faq scientology dianetics X-Last-Updated: 1995/02/08 Originator: faqserv@bloom-picayune.MIT.EDU Xref: bloom-beacon.mit.edu alt.religion.scientology:37651 alt.answers:7918 news.answers:36521 Archive-name: scientology/users/catechism/part3 Last-modified: 1995/2/7 Version: 1.31 -----------------
www.faqs.org /ftp/pub/faqs/scientology/users/catechism/part3   (7002 words)

  
 Inside Scientology /Dianetics - Appendix N: First Abridged Unapproved Dictionary of Scientologese
Inside Scientology /Dianetics, by Robert Kaufman - Previous
Resistance to Scientology ; rejection of Hubbard; the voice from the bank.
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www.factnet.org /Books/InsideScientology/isd-5n.htm   (1518 words)

  
 Scientology Life Improvement Center - Scientology and Dianetics Relevant Links
Scientology Life Improvement Center - Scientology and Dianetics Relevant Links
The Church of Scientology by J. Gordon Melton
Church of Scientology - The Foundation of Religious Freedom
www.lifeimprovementcenter.info /Relevant_Links.htm   (51 words)

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