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July 25th, 2017
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#21
Moving truck 37

Moving truck 37

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Join Date: 06/14/2010 | Posts: 154

you don't need religion to get girls
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#22
dottywine

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Join Date: 02/09/2011 | Posts: 345

Sloan~ wrote:
anyone has tried it?, how does it improve your game, it is worth it, is this the kind of thing that can't be mixed with self help, I've heard they have they own methods, I think its a great idea but I dont see how it can improve more my attractiveness. for who is directed this kinda thing, I got right now the chance to get into it, but I dont know if is the right thing, I wanna hear some opinions from you guys,
I have not tried it, but I learned a lot about it and visited the center.

It is a scam. 

Granted, yes, they focus A LOT on self-help. The information they give is not bad information. There are just more helpful stuff that I'm sure you've come across. Scientology is just a bunch of rules. "Don't kill your neighbor" "Don't gossip" Etc, etc.  They also teach some techniques for super learning that is incredibly time consuming -- something I think would be best for little children. Where you build what you're learning with lego blocks and stuff... essentially incoporating all modes of learning (tactile, visual, audio). They do a lot of psycho-therapy (which they deny, deny, deny... they hate psychology but their school basically revolves around giving each other therapy. That is what it is, don't let them tell you otherwise just because their doctrine wants a different name for it) which is helpful but at the end of the day, they're trying to get some mindless people to accept their alien fable (the alien fable is fine) and do anything and everything for the church (This is not fine).

After what I'm learned, I do not see how it can improve attractiveness, either.

Its also just a really awkward place. The people who worked at the one here in Dallas just made me feel really uncomfortable. The video they make you watch before you get into it is incredibly creepy. See if you can youtube it and you'll know what I'm talking about... I just don't think this place is useful and on top of that they are taking your money. The classes are ridiculously expensive. They just want to take your money. And if you get too far into scientology, it can screw up your life. They force you to exile people who are not scientologists (they tell you this is not true, but it is. They don't make you do it at first in hopes of gaining more followers). They force you to continue to make payments. Its just a very creepy organization.
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#23

Nik-

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Join Date: 06/06/2010 | Posts: 5

Sloan~ wrote:
anyone has tried it?, how does it improve your game, it is worth it, is this the kind of thing that can't be mixed with self help, I've heard they have they own methods, I think its a great idea but I dont see how it can improve more my attractiveness. for who is directed this kinda thing, I got right now the chance to get into it, but I dont know if is the right thing, I wanna hear some opinions from you guys,
Oh boy...

I am sure plenty of people already told you this already, but you should never join a religion or cult for the sake of being more attractive to the opposite sex( for same sex it probably works). I do not know where you got this idea from, but it is terrible on so many levels. If you are dying to spend your money, then buying RSD products / bootcamps would be much better and cheaper than scientology.

Now to answer your question about scientology. I really dislike bullshit and to be able to cut through it, I like to read and stay well informed. Still I think a mate of mine can explain it better.

"When it comes to BULLSHIT...BIG-TIME, MAJOR LEAGUE BULLSHIT... you have to stand IN AWE, IN AWE of the all time champion of false promises and exaggerated claims, <strike>religion</strike> scientology.

And regarding the book Dianetics, only one word came to my mind when I read it, "PLAGIARISM!"
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#24
Jack-Stripper

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Join Date: 11/07/2006 | Posts: 1086

First we have to look at, "what is scientology?"
 
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#25
djtetsu

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Join Date: 03/29/2009 | Posts: 263

it's interesting to hear "don't do it, don't do it", but aside from it being a religion and an aggressive cult, I'm actually currently looking into what self improvement technology they have to offer.

This is separating the message from the messager, and with anything, the smaller your scale for judgement and discrimination, the better off you'll be.

The auditing process, which is pretty much a Freudian psycho therapy session sounds interesting, but a potential to unlock some kind of roadblock a person has from early childhood trauma is worth investigating for just about anybody.  The auditing process is just to keep asking questions about your past to uncover areas where you are uncomfortable, and seeing if any of it is still affecting you. Unfortunately this usually requires a person FROM scientology to audit you.. BUT if you have someone who is willing to go off the deep end with you, so to speak, anybody can audit you.

And there are mental drills, which are very intriging.. there is a guy who QUIT from scientology and wrote a book on all kinds of these:

http://www.freezoneearth.org/pilot/self/index.htm

But I totally agree with posters here, DON'T GO CONTACTING THEM.  
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djtetsu

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Join Date: 03/29/2009 | Posts: 263

it's interesting to hear "don't do it, don't do it", but aside from it being a religion and an aggressive cult, I'm actually currently looking into what self improvement technology they have to offer.

This is separating the message from the messager, and with anything, the smaller your scale for judgement and discrimination, the better off you'll be.

The auditing process, which is pretty much a Freudian psycho therapy session sounds interesting, but a potential to unlock some kind of roadblock a person has from early childhood trauma is worth investigating for just about anybody.  The auditing process is just to keep asking questions about your past to uncover areas where you are uncomfortable, and seeing if any of it is still affecting you. Unfortunately this usually requires a person FROM scientology to audit you.. BUT if you have someone who is willing to go off the deep end with you, so to speak, anybody can audit you.

And there are mental drills, which are very intriging.. there is a guy who QUIT from scientology and wrote a book on all kinds of these:

http://www.freezoneearth.org/pilot/self/index.htm

But I totally agree with posters here, I WOULDN'T GO CONTACTING THEM.  
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Fred E. Rick

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Join Date: 11/02/2010 | Posts: 957

I honestly think that the Tooth Fairy is more likely to be real than the nonsense taught by Scientology.
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