ADVANCED PROCEDURE AND AXIOMS. The pivotal breakthrough in this book, pointing to all that would follow, was encompassed in one word. L Ron Hubbard wrote the following in The Axioms Axiom One: Life is basically a static. (Definition: A life static has no mass, no motion, no. Jon Atack is the author of A Piece of Blue Sky, one of the very best books on L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology. He has a new edition of the book.

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Neither truth nor a lie is a motion or alteration of a particle from one position to another.

There is no doubt that we share the same resentment against that person. Optimism — They were positive in their outlook and expected to succeed. When I found myself being there and looking in his eyes across a room, he was desperate not make eye contact and just looked like he wanted to get out of there FAST, before others recognized him.

Or a recent TV report about hypnosis ; the hypnotized subject was told it could look through the scienttology — and then he described what he observed in the next room. I rather talk to a psych! Davis and Atkins for me both impress, Atkins was the LRH of metabolism imo, and quite sane on the subject. FOTF May 8, at Questions about the origin of the Universe, the nature of the soul, and what it is like to be the Buddha, can never really be answered.


I remember a litle about him from philosophy scietnology. The first line of dissemination for any organization is its scientologgy actions: The ability to look, to see, is fundamentally what Hubbard wanted to give others. She is a lucky being having you around, I see. The way able is applying it is so far away from standard tech.

Wonderful tools, all, scientologh every day usage. Axiom May 7, at The only actuality of space is the agreed-upon consideration that one perceives through something and this we call space. I think the Buddha would have been pleased with him. The above is a summary of states of being which can be used to create, cause to persist or destroy.

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They could have come from the same pen. As I say there, Scientology is definitely not Buddhist. Tom Gallagher May 7, at 7: I nearly fell off the floor in shock. Of course David Miscavige is beyond comprehension of this. Theta as Mest must contain considerations which are lies.

It is amazing that kids of staff are manning so many posts. You are quick to alter and tilt at windmills of your own creation.

A life static has no mass, no motion, no wavelength, no location in space or in time. Notify me of new comments via email. What is Freedom of Religion?

The Static has the capability of total Knowingness. Ron admired the book so much that he acknowledged the author axloms mentioned the fact that he was a psychologist.



May 8, at 7: Jean-Francois Genest May 7, at 9: Thus auditing can occur. It is rather an individual who is a stem cell research doctor and writes for Psychology Today.

Although it gave the state-of-the-art Dianetics of its day, Quite a wonderful volume. Nonono May 7, at 3: Dean Fox May 7, at The interchange of ideas across space.

The Axioms of Scientology – by L. Ron Hubbard

Things have a tendency to fall into place and start to make sense. Underdog May 7, at We have the object, but no subject, no causative agent, no doer who caused the event to take place.

Her body is being brought to our center and we will sit with her for 24 hours — through the night. Speculating about these questions is not the way to peace, to release, to Nibbana. For me to understand we are from nothing, as we will go with nothing! You can either make a one-time donation to the site via Paypal Where are all those great Scientists, Writers, Philosophers, Artists, Politicians, Businessman that graduated from a Scientology school?

And look with it.

Both of these articles were published in Psychology Today.