S**t Happens – by Dave LaCroix
I have a Life Repair PC who showed up for session recently all concerned about being a bit late due to having to handle work and life stuff. He’s a very interesting guy and very upstat in life – wife, kids, high randomity and high responsibility job etc. – and I could tell he was concerned about making me wait.
I told him there’s a Scientology technical datum that applies to this type of thing…
We both laughed and went on with the session.
This PC is fun to audit because he sought me out after having been reading about Scientology for ten years. He’d read everything on the Internet about the crazy church, had never been in an org nor received any services, yet he found my video “What Happened To Scientology” and my web page, and wanted to get some auditing in spite of all he’d read.
Remember, he’s never been in an org and doesn’t know any Scientologists personally. After a session recently he was very keyed out and originated he should now probably be routed to the reg for re-sign. lol (he does stand-up gigs at clubs too)
He’s also told me a couple times that he hopes I don’t get hit by a bus because he’d hate to have to try to find another auditor he likes as much as me. lol
I assured him I did my best to avoid stepping in front of buses.
The second point of this post – the first was how a lighthearted attitude wins out over seriousness – is that there are millions and millions of people (billions actually) who don’t give a rat’s ass about corporate Scientology, they just want solutions – like my pc.
So in addition to the idea we can revive and enjoy a lighthearted approach to the subject and it’s applications, I wanted to confirm or reaffirm the notion that despite the dog’s breakfast the church has become and despite the hardships people have endured in their attempts at spiritual advancement and despite the overwhelming quantity of bad news about Scientology on the Internet – in spite of everything – people will still find the threads of truth in it all and respond quite positively once they are “delivered what was promised”.
Scientolipedia has tried to provide some historical context to the story of Scientology. If you’ve read the biography of Yvonnne Gillham Jentzsch – founder of Celebrity Centre’s – you know we haven’t pulled our punches. And we believe that by doing so, people WILL find that thread of truth without the need for out-of-valence artificial narratives.
The story of the great people, subject, technology and founder needs to be told as honestly as possible and trust that people will find their own truth therein.
I know one PC did. It’s likely there are others.
The video my PC was referring to:
(Please forgive the sound glitches in the vid, the Gold guys were busy with an Ideal Org opening and not available at the time of the shoot). The “three strikes” leading to the downfall of the church start at about the halfway point – quite important to understand imo.
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