my mom sent me to investigate scientology, here's what I found:
Scientologists KNOW and teach the medical industry is a no cure fraud.
They teach natural diet, sweats and have sweat cabinets at some scientology centers to detox poison and pollution from the bodies muscular?, cellular? memories.
after basic scientology deprograming and reprograming, it gets a bit obscure.
Scientologists teach we came from different planets and that thier is a soul or a spirit war going on for milleniums, with poisoners liars polluters as the bad guys and scientologists as the good guys.
I stopped investigating L.Ron Hubbard after listening to an advanced scientology tape that spoke of how martians have trapped and traumatized souls and spirits for eons and this traumatic soul, spirit memory had to surface and be released as part of progress in scientology.
At the upper levels of scientology is the same war against the orions, reptilians/aliens, devil stuff. All the stuff you can read on the internet for free, so I stopped looking into scientology after that.
All in all scientology charges too much money for common sense diet and hygiene info, sweats, common sense living, etc, deprograming info and reprograming info. you can learn bio deprograming and reprograming on your own by reading mony vital phd's 25 dollar book.
scientologists will try to recruit you into working there to pay for classes and tapes or try to charge 1000's of dollars for the same info as mony vital phd, good diet teachers teach and similar info as reptilian, orion, alien, luciferian expose researchers publish online for free or nominal costs.
scientology is a church that openly opposes no cure allied med and teaches a martian, orion, alien spaceship type theory of evolution/devolution. Probably why Kevin Trudeau likes scientology is because they teach natural, chemical free, all natural foods diet and nutrition and basic holistic hygiene therapies and openly oppose crooks at the fda etc.
thats pretty interesting. l ron hubbard spoke and wrote against the use of psych meds, and told his followers to NEVER EVER take them. however, his son broke from scientology and let the cat out of the bag, it seems l ron was wacked out on three or four psych meds and all kinds of other pharma drugs. so he didn't even come close to living up to his own teachings. i think later his son was brought back into the fold if i remember correctly. his book is hard to find now.
The only drug I've heard about that's been proven (depending on one's definition of "prove", of course) with respect to Hubbard is Vistaril, a psychiatric tranquilizer, which was found in his blood by the coroner who examined his body upon death. You can Google "Vistaril Hubbard" to get lots of entries specific to this. I haven't found any other proof of the use of drugs, psychiatric or otherwise, by Hubbard. [Then again, it's not like Hubbard ever offered himself up for testing on the subject...]
In any case, what Scientology teachings does Kevin promote?
come on of course he recanted, they got their claws in him, bribed him, did whatever they had to do, don't be naive. why would he lie? to alienate everyone close to him and make life long enemies of wealthy powerful people? doesn't make sense. now he had PLENTY of reasons to recant, however. the book rang true to me.
Well... I imagine DeWolf was pretty angry with his father, and he probably had some pretty good reasons for being angry, and I have personally been known to say and do stupid things out of anger, but I really don't know in his case.
As for why he recanted, well... I don't know why, either, but I don't doubt the church brought a lot of pressure on him.
Without reading the book, however, I can't comment on the "truthiness" of it. *grin*
Apparently Kevin Trudeau has looked into Scientology as a self-help avenue and gone through the procedure of Dianetics and Scientology auditing. He says it helps eliminate psychosomatic illness, traumas, and emotional issues. I would be willing to try the procedures without getting involved in debatable philosophies, just as Kevin has done.
I saw an L. Ron Hubbard book, "Clear Body, Clear Mind" in a used bookstore and looked through it. It is a way of flushing toxins from fat tissue, where many, many drugs and toxins from the past can lodge. I didn't buy it at first, then went back in a few days and bought the book. The fat flush involves running and sweating while taking vitamin and mineral nutrients. You can do it at Scientology Centers or on your own. The book is very interesting. It claims that drugs like LSD lie toxic in fat cells, then reactivate at various times and cause a toxic reaction (like an LSD trip) years after. (http://purification.org/) I will be doing my own version of the full-body fat/lymphatic cleanse.
Right now I am a patient at the clinic Kevin Trudeau goes to, Sierra Integrative Medical Center.
He recommends scientology in his recommendations. Any thoughts on this? Lapis
I read Scientology as a teenager. The most salient point, engrams or if you prefer imprints, are the cause of a lot of disease and emotional problems.
As a tool, (which is how it should be thought of) the initial physical cleansing (which is well covered here on CureZone) and the initial mental cleansing would most likely be beneficial. Going any further is merely more and more money. Supposidly to become "clear" of all engrams and wind up with a photographic memory.
Afraid I've never net anyone who had become "clear".
At the time (couple of decades ago) they used an electrical device to monitor you and said a list of words. It showed if you had an emprint for a particular word.
At one time I had hoped regular meditation would be able to "clear" emprints. After reading At Hell's Gate by Claude Anshin Thomas, a Soto Zen monk and Zen teacher. I've found this to most likely to be untrue, at least for difficult cases. Anshin, at times, still suffers from post tramatic stress from Vietnam.
I think he would have done better with EFT for the reaccurances.
Bodywork can trigger hidden engrams. People can laugh or cry with bodywork.
Sit or lie flat. Open your eyes and rotate them clockwise (not overstraining) top right to bottom right to bottom left to top left. As you do this say different words: Mom, Mother, Dad, Father....you get the picture. Notice any body reaction or overly emotional responses. You have an emprint or trigger. Repeat counter clockwise.
If you get a pain in your neck or back or headache. Have you been able to associate it to someone's action close to you? This is quite common.
"Sit or lie flat. Open your eyes and rotate them clockwise (not overstraining) top right to bottom right to bottom left to top left. As you do this say different words: Mom, Mother, Dad, Father....you get the picture. Notice any body reaction or overly emotional responses. You have an emprint or trigger. Repeat counter clockwise.
If you get a pain in your neck or back or headache. Have you been able to associate it to someone's action close to you? This is quite common."
In the case that something should "come up,"
upon the eye movements, what would you utilize to clear it?
In the case that something should "come up,"
upon the eye movements, what would you utilize to clear it? ~Lapis~
Therein lies the rub.
You could do repetitive words until the effect stops.
You could try to associate the feeling (by this time you may not be able to remember the original cause, assuming it doesn't hit full force) with a visualization. You can then do a corrective visual. Guess what, the brain accepts this.
I would try EFT. But I'm not sure "how" this approach might be connected to the original identifing approach.
Always apologize to the affected part of the body for not recognizing it's earlier abuse or perhaps, warning it was trying to give you.
An intersting read is Louise L. Hay's Heal Your Body.
Assuming a mental rather than a physical problem, her book goes like this:
Problem: Knee Problems
Probable Cause: Stubborn ego and pride. Inability to bend. Fear. Inflexability. Won't give in.
New Thought Pattern: Forgiveness. Understanding. Compassion. I bend and flow with ease, and all is well.