About Myself

I’ve been a Scientologist since the early 70’s and have always known Scientology has the solutions to any difficulty I may run into. To date, the only difficulties I’ve had in life are the ones I haven’t applied Scientology to.

But more importantly Scientology needs to be applied to the world around us. I don’t think anyone can say the world is fine the way it is. Just look around and you’ll find countless improvements that can be made around you.

And If you don’t find yourself actively doing something to solve the problems in your environment you are most likely part of the problem.

  1. November 5, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Well spoken. I hope I don’t qualify as being one of those that are part of the problem!

  2. jwgoldylocks
    January 20, 2008 at 9:25 pm

    I have been on a number of antidepresants for many years, If I try to go off them my family tries to tell me Iam acting crazy…I am not allowed to show any emotion if I am off them. I want so to rid my body of all of them, however don’t know how to handle the family . I am a Christian and am unsure how that plays into Scientology, but you certainly have gotten my attention with what I have read about it so far. I am 38 yrs. old I don’t want to waste another year of not knowing who I truley am.

  3. Hawk
    January 25, 2008 at 7:37 pm

    Greetings,

    I like your articles on psychiatry. And thanks for the links back to us!

    Is there anything I can help you with?

    -Hawk
    Webmaster, CCHR.org
    323-467-4242 x35
    webmaster@cchr.org

  4. Ellie
    April 5, 2008 at 3:18 am

    I am writing a research paper for a class, and I was wondering if you could help me find a short reference (only one sentence) about the theory of depression being a ‘chemical imbalance.’

  5. Brienne
    April 13, 2008 at 10:50 pm

    Just wanted to say there are some great videos about human potential at http://www.scientology.org !

  6. Fred
    May 4, 2008 at 6:33 pm

    Hi. I found this blog while doing some research on Scientology. I know the official stance on drugs such as street drugs and psychiatry drugs.

    I was less clear on the stance regarding legal drugs. I’m assuming alcohol is considered to be harmful, but what about Caffeine?

    Also I know Scientologists go to medical doctors, but I’m wondering if they take painkillers if prescribed for a medical condition or surgery. Since they can also be considered to be Narcotics. Thanks.

  7. May 4, 2008 at 7:18 pm

    I am obviously not any kind of “official” spokesperson for Scientology or not, by any means, an “expert” I only know what I’ve seen and read in LRH written books and documents. And I know what I’ve observed with my friends, who are Scientologists.

    I know, Scientologists use medical drugs when physically ill and also rely on the advice and treatment of medical doctors. Obviously, if painkillers were needed and prescribed by a medical doctor for a specific injury or surgery that would be fine. If someone continued to take painkillers and became addicted to them, that would be a problem. There is specific assistance you can get, with Scientology technology, to resolve the psychosomatic aspect of pain.

    As far as “legal drugs” like caffeine and cigarettes I have my personal opinion but I have never seen anything specific on this. And I have seen plenty of Scientologists who smoke cigarettes and drink coffee.

    Scientologists do not take street drugs or mind-altering psychiatric drugs of any kind.

    Scientologists believe that psychotropic or street drugs damage a person physically, mentally and spiritually. They decrease awareness and hinder abilities. They are a “solution” to some other problem and themselves become a problem.

    L. Ron Hubbard developed an entire body of technology to enable individuals to recover from the harmful mental and spiritual effects of drugs. His discoveries are widely used in countries all over the world. (Also check out “Purification Rundown” and “Narconon Program” links on this blog)

  8. clayton vance
    May 24, 2008 at 10:05 am

    OK here is a serious question. I am one year away from finishing my bachelors degree in psychology. My goal is then to attend a grad school for my doctrine. I have read L. Ron Hubbard’s book on mental health. In my opinion it seems like a complete theory or maybe even grand theory of psychology. Its difficult for me to grasp a science fiction writer to start diagnosing people for mental illnesses. I know that you even have your own diagnosis for bi-polar. My source is an ex-scientologist and books. So i want to help people. I am tired of leaving a selfish life. If you can prove to me that psychology is a waste of time, than i might change my major. However it seems that your techniques are shrouded in secrecy. Which are not susceptible to being scientifically tested by outsiders. Psychological hypotheses are constantly being tested, changed, disproved and proven But i feel that as time and wisdom pass it gets better with each revision. Is it perfect, no, but people do get better. I use to be a drug addict and then ODed which lead to my heart stoppage. My story has even been published. If it was not for the medications i was on, i would have probably killed myself or continue to function on a horrible level. I am a Christian and that will play a large part into my treatments if patients will allow it. However, i was winged off the medication and now i am functioning at a normal level. We are both seeking the truth. So let us both be open minded. I prefer therapy before drugs and consider them a last resort and for a brief period. Do i think we are over medicating children and adults? Yes. I have heard about the cases of the suicides of people who were admitted to the scientology way of treatment. But there has been suicides with psychotropics as well. When ever i want to talk to a scientologist about this topic they shun me off. So all i here is the negative side of scientology. So i am humbling asking you to enlighten me.

    thank you for you time
    clayton

  9. May 24, 2008 at 9:29 pm

    You say “When ever i want to talk to a scientologist about this topic they shun me off.” which surprises me. Most Scientologists I know will talk to someone for hours on end about Scientology. I’ve actually never seen this to be the case, that a Scientologist doesn’t want to talk about Scientology, unless you’re talking about the fact that they tell you to read a book. Which is the source material and really what you should be making your decisions, based on.

    The truth is, you should not find out what Scientology is from someone’s interpretation of it. Not even from a Scientologist. The only way to find out what Scientology is, is to find out for yourself by reading a book. Have you read any books yet? Have you read Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health? Check out the site.

    Scientology technology, is an actual precise Science with procedures that have to followed in a precise manner to achieve standard results. And, I can tell you the main problem Scientologists have with psychology and psychiatry is that they don’t and can’t achieve results and openly admit it.

  10. August 27, 2008 at 4:24 pm

    Psychiatry’s biggest weakness is JEWS! Not even EMP-style torture by destroying their atomic clocks could make them surrender their minds to what Psychiatrists call “sanity”…..

  11. November 2, 2008 at 10:08 pm

    Have you considered embedding the new youtube pieces from AIMSDVD.COM? AIMS is a Psychiatric Industry numerical rating scale used to codify the Amount of neurological damage which antipsychotic drugs cause: which Is progressive.

    AIMS stands for “Abnormal Involuntary Movement Score”

    The longer people ingest these drugs the more the damage accumulates, and this damage usually takes at least 9-12 months to Begin to be externally visible and rateable.

    The FDA certifies these drugs as “Safe” based on 8 week trials, Long before the Tardive Dyskinesias and Dystonias become externally measurable. The FDA 2006 label on Risperdal advises of a 100% INCREASE in Suicide upon discontinuance. You can see the vids on youtube by searching Abnormal Involuntary Movement, or at my own blog.

  12. James Zumwalt
    July 27, 2009 at 6:47 pm

    Great showing with Matt Lauer. from my own experience, and other readings I have done I can see there is a brick wall where advising others about their treatment is concerned, because so many people go along with it. some I believe to avoid any further treatment like myself, and others for political correctness. Sometimes just belief treatment is helpful is positive treatment, but as sure as my friend nurse swears by it along with the popular notion of helpfull effectiveness, she has discontinued its use. A lot of people must feel there is no other choice but to simply go along with the doctor, and most people will not be even slightly burdened by the weight of psychology which terrifies people. It seems to me that debilifying drugs and treatments are here to stay, and the only response to it is warning against the industry, finding legislative legal protections for citizens, and positively effective alternatives. Thanks for saying something about it. IM chat with me at Jameszumwalt2012@yahoo.com

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