Thursday, January 31, 2008

Emotional Tone Scale Success

Here is a success from a person who used the same information that you will get at the Emotions Seminar. It will be this Saturday (Feb 2nd) at 10 AM.

"Nobody was controlling this man; they were just getting upset at his actions but didn't really know what to do about it. I used the Tone Scale to be at cause over the situation and just acknowledged the man using the correct level of the Tone Scale. He ended his ' performance' at once!
"The man who was standing next to me in line was amazed and said, 'I don't know what you did, but whatever it was, it handled him!' "

Wednesday, January 30, 2008



Join us this Saturday, Feb 2nd for this incredible workshop. Obtain valuable information on the EMOTIONAL TONE SCALE. Improve your relationships , your job, your children and handle the stress of your own emotions and others.

Saturday, Feb 2nd 10:00 AM. Address: 1234 NE 145th ST, Seattle 98155
Call Cheri at (206) 365-1884 to confirm your seat.

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

What Scientology Does for the Individual

Another common question is answered as taken from the book: What is Scientology?

How does Scientology work?

The Scientology religion provides answers to many questions about life and death. It encompasses an exact, precisely mapped-out path. Through application of Scientology technology principles in an auditing session, a person is able to remove barriers and unwanted conditions and so become more himself. As a person progresses, he often reaches out to help others in the ways he has been helped.

In developing Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard found the means to develop a technology to free the human spirit and thereby allow man to really know himself. He thoroughly tested all of his procedures and recorded for future use those that proved most workable in bringing about uniformly predictable results. These comprise standard Scientology technology.

That which is real to the person himself is all one is asked to accept of Scientology. No beliefs are forced upon him. By training and processing, he finds out for himself the answers he is looking for in life.

Monday, January 28, 2008

TWTH Precept #1 Take Care of Yourself

The book: The Way to Happiness is a great Non-Religious common sense guide to better living. There are 21 precepts (rules of conduct) contained in the book and we will overview each one. It will be at least 1 a week and maybe more. There are also PSA's that go with each precept but unfortunately I couldn't get the video to show up here. So I will give you the link to watch this particular one or all of them.

Let's start with Precept #1: Take care of yourself .

This goes over getting care when you're ill, Keeping your body clean, Preserving your teeth, Eating properly and Getting enough rest. I think you will agree all of those things are important to be at your best.


Sunday, January 27, 2008

The Aims of Scientology

Here are the Aims of Scientology. You can find out more in the book: What is Scientology?

A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology.
First announced to an enturbulated world in 1950, these aims are well within the grasp of our technology. Nonpolitical in nature, Scientology welcomes any individual of any creed, race or nation. We seek no revolution. We seek only evolution to higher states of being for the individual and for society.
We are achieving our aims. After endless millennia of ignorance about himself, his mind and the universe, a breakthrough has been made for man. Other efforts man has made have been surpassed. The combined truths of fifty thousand years of thinking men, distilled and amplified by new discoveries about man, have made for this success.
We welcome you to Scientology. We only expect of you your help in achieving our aims and helping others. We expect you to be helped. Scientology is the most vital movement on Earth today. In a turbulent world, the job is not easy. But then, if it were, we wouldn't have to be doing it.
We respect man and believe he is worthy of help. We respect you and believe you, too, can help. Scientology does not owe its help. We have done nothing to cause us to propitiate. Had we done so, we would not now be bright enough to do what we are doing. Man suspects all offers of help. He has often been betrayed, his confidence shattered. Too frequently he has given his trust and been betrayed. We may err, for we build a world with broken straws. But we will never betray your faith in us so long as you are one of us.
The sun never sets on Scientology. And may a new day dawn for you, for those you love and for man. Our aims are simple, if great. And we will succeed, and are succeeding at each new revolution of the Earth.

Your help is acceptable to us. Our help is yours. L. Ron Hubbard

Saturday, January 26, 2008

The Scientology Symbol

The “S” stands for Scientology.

The lower triangle is called the ARC triangle (pronounced by the letters A, R, C); A for affinity, R for reality and C for communication. These three interdependent factors combined add up to understanding and are expressed as a triangle. ARC is a fundamental principle of the Scientology religion.
The first corner of the triangle is affinity, which is the degree of liking or affection for someone or something. Reality is the second corner and is, fundamentally, agreement. The third corner is communication, defined as the interchange of ideas between two people.

All three of these are interrelated. Without a degree of liking and some basis of agreement, there is no communication. Without communication and some basis for affinity, or emotional response, there can be no reality. Without some basis for agreement and communication, there can be no affinity. And when one corner of this triangle is improved, the other two corners are likewise improved.
The upper triangle is the KRC triangle. The points are K for knowledge, R for responsibility and C for control. Like the points of the ARC triangle, these three elements are interrelated. When one corner of the KRC triangle is raised, the other two also rise.

Friday, January 25, 2008

The Way to Happiness

This is one of the most important book that has ever been published. Simple, Common Sense and valuable. You can find out more about this book and the results from its use at the The Way to Happiness site.

True joy and happiness are valuable.

If one does not survive, no joy and no happiness are obtainable.
Trying to survive in a chaotic, dishonest and generally immoral society is difficult.
Any individual or group seeks to obtain from life what pleasure and freedom from pain that they can.
Your own survival can be threatened by the bad actions of others around you.
Your own happiness can be turned to tragedy and sorrow by the dishonesty and misconduct of others.
I am sure you can think of instances of this actually happening. Such wrongs reduce one's survival and impair one's happiness.
You are important to other people. You are listened to. You can influence others.
The happiness or unhappiness of others you could name is important to you.
Without too much trouble, using this book, you can help them survive and lead happier lives.
While no one can guarantee that anyone else can be happy, their chances of survival and happiness can be improved. And with theirs, yours will be.

It is in your power to point the way to a less dangerous and happier life.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

The Scientology Cross

What is the Scientology cross?

It is an eight-pointed cross representing the eight parts or dynamics of life through which each individual is striving to survive. These parts are: the urge toward existence as self, as an individual; the urge to survive through creativity, including the family unit and the rearing of children; the urge to survive through a group of individuals or as a group; the urge toward survival through all mankind and as all mankind; the urge to survive as life forms and with the help of life forms such as animals, birds, insects, fish and vegetation; the urge to survive of the physical universe, by the physical universe itself and with the help of the physical universe and each one of its component parts; the urge to survive as spiritual beings or the urge for life itself to survive; the urge toward existence as infinity. To be able to live happily with respect to each of these spheres of existence is symbolized by the Scientology cross.

As a matter of interest, the cross as a symbol predates Christianity.

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Scientology Philosphy

Here is another common question taken from the book: What is Scientology?

Is it all based on one man’s work?

Although Dianetics and Scientology were discovered by L. Ron Hubbard, he wrote: “Acknowledgment is made to fifty thousand years of thinking men without whose speculations and observations the creation and construction of Dianetics would not have been possible. Credit in particular is due to:

“Anaxagoras, Thomas Paine, Aristotle, Thomas Jefferson, Socrates, René Descartes, Plato, James Clerk Maxwell, Euclid, Charcot, Lucretius, Herbert Spencer, Roger Bacon, William James, Francis Bacon, Sigmund Freud, Isaac Newton, van Leeuwenhoek, Cmdr. Joseph Thompson (MC) USN, William A. White, Voltaire, Will Durant, Count Alfred Korzybski, and my instructors in atomic and molecular phenomena, mathematics and the humanities at George Washington University and at Princeton.”

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Scientology: A New Slant on Life

The materials of Scientology comprise the greatest accumulation of knowledge ever assembled on the mind, spirit and life. Through more than a hundred books and publications, thousands more articles and essays, and over 3,000 recorded lectures, the works of L. Ron Hubbard embrace virtually every aspect of living.

Here, then, is Scientology: A New Slant on Life, containing a timeless selection of Ron's discoveries drawn from the full wealth of his writings and each one presenting a broad, yet comprehensive overview of Scientology applied to a specific aspect of existence — and, in combination, providing the panoramic overview of life itself.

Here are the answers to questions Man has sought through the ages; here are practical answers you hoped could be found somewhere; here are answers that work.

*Is It Possible to Be Happy?
*Personal Integrity
*Man's Search for His Soul
*On Our Efforts for Immortality
*The Eight Dynamics that comprise life itself
*The Affinity, Reality and Communication Triangle providing the components for interpersonal relationships
*How to Live with Children
*What Is Greatness?
*The Two Rules for Happy Living
*Anti-Social and Social Personalities
*The Third Party Law revealing the cause of conflict
*My Philosophy, Ron's personal statement on what motivated his life's work and the quest for Scientology

Here, then, are essentials for living, real solutions that work in the here and now, truths to consult again and again.

Available in hardcover, paperback and in audiobook format in our mission bookstore.

Monday, January 21, 2008

Scientology as a Church

People have asked; "Why is Scientology called a Church?" Here is why as explained in the book: What is Scientology?

Why is Scientology a church?
The word church comes from the Greek word kyrios meaning “lord” and the Indo-European base kewe, “to be strong.” Current meanings of the word include “a congregation,” “ecclesiastical power as distinguished from the secular” and “the clerical profession; clergy.”

The word church is not only used by Christian organizations. There were churches ten thousand years before there were Christians, and Christianity itself was a revolt against the established church. In modern usage, people speak of the Buddhist or Muslim church, referring in general to the whole body of believers in a particular religious teaching.

A church is simply a congregation of people who participate in common religious activities. Church is also used to refer to the building where members of a religious group gather to practice their religion and attain greater spiritual awareness and well-being.
In the 1950s, Scientologists recognized that L. Ron Hubbard’s technology and its results dealt directly with the freeing of the human spirit, and that greater spiritual awareness was routinely being achieved. There was no question in their minds that what they were dealing with was a religious practice; thus, in the early 1950s, they voted that a church be formed to better serve the spiritual needs of themselves and others who shared their belief. The first Church of Scientology was then incorporated in 1954.
Thus, Scientology is a religion and the use of the word church when referring to Scientology is correct.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Coming soon to Seattle !

It has always been Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard's wish to have an organization located in one of the prime spots in downtown Seattle. His dream is becoming a reality.

The picture above shows what the new Church of Scientology Life Improvement Center will look like when it's done from the outside. This is a very exciting step in having Scientology a vital force in Seattle.

There will be more news and photos on this down the road.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Scientology in your Area

Along with the Churches of Scientology in Seattle area, there are hundreds of other Missions and Organizations around the world. Some of their blog and web sites are included in our links section. More will be added in the future.

Contact the one in your area (including here in Seattle) and see what we have to offer.

Friday, January 18, 2008

Why is Scientology called a Religion ?

Many people may have wondered why is Scientology a religion. One of the things you have to determine is: What are the requirements to be considered a religion. Here is the answer for Scientology as taken from the book: What is Scientology

Why is Scientology called a religion?
Scientology certainly meets all three criteria generally used by religious scholars around the world to determine religiosity: (1) a belief in some Ultimate Reality, such as the Supreme or eternal truth that transcends the here and now of the secular world; (2) religious practices directed toward understanding, attaining or communing with this Ultimate Reality; and (3) a community of believers who join together in pursuing this Ultimate Reality.
Scientology’s beliefs in an Ultimate Reality that transcends the material world include its concepts of the thetan, the spiritual world (the seventh dynamic) and the Supreme Being (the eighth dynamic). The second element can be found in Scientology’s life-rite ceremonies such as naming, marriage and funeral services, but predominantly in the religious services of auditing and training, through which Scientologists increase their spiritual awareness of themselves and attain an understanding of the spiritual world and, ultimately, their relationship with the Supreme Being. As to the third element, a very vital community of believers can be found at any church of Scientology at almost any time of the day.

Scientology is thus a religion in the most traditional sense of the term. Scientology helps man become more aware of God, more aware of his own spiritual nature and that of those around him. Scientology scripture recognizes that there is an entire dynamic (urge or motivation in life) devoted to the Supreme Being (the eighth dynamic), and another dynamic that deals solely with one’s urge toward existence as a spirit (the seventh dynamic). Acknowledgment of these aspects of life is a traditional characteristic of religions.

Scientology holds in common with all great religions the dream of peace on Earth and salvation for man. What is new about Scientology is that it offers a precise path for bringing about spiritual improvement in the here and now and a way to accomplish it with absolute certainty.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

The Problems of Work

Having codified the entire subject of Scientology, Mr. Hubbard immediately set out to provide the beginning manual for its application by anyone.

As he described it: life is composed of seven-tenths work, one-tenth familial, one-tenth politicaland one-tenth relaxation . Here, then, is Scientology applied to that seven-tenths of existence.
Among the breakthroughs detailed here include:
* The Anatomy of Confusion- and its cure.
* The "Secret" of Efficency.
*The Anatomy of Control- and how to turn "bad control" to good.
*And the rock bottom cause of Exhauston, with what to do about it.
Here, too, is the analysis of life itself — a game composed of exact rules. Know them and you succeed.

Problems of Work contains technology no one can live without, and that can immediately be applied by both the Scientologist and those new to the subject.
Available in Hardcover, paperback and audiobook.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Mission of Seattle is Hiring

I promoted it when we first started this blog. How would you like to work at a place where you're making a positive impact not only in Seattle, but in the world !

We you love to have you as part of out team. This is unlike any job you have had. It's not easy but the rewards for a job well done are ever- lasting. If you're interested, contact us at (206) 365-1884.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

About Scientology

What is Scientology about?

Developed by L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology is a religion that offers a precise path leading to a complete and certain understanding of one’s true spiritual nature and of one’s relationship with self, family, groups, mankind, all life forms, the material universe, the spiritual universe and the Supreme Being, or infinity.

Scientology addresses the spirit — not simply the body or mind — and believes that man is far more than a product of his environment, or his genes.

Scientology comprises a body of knowledge which extends from certain fundamental truths.

Prime among these are:
-Man is an immortal spiritual being.
-His experience extends well beyond a single lifetime.
-His capabilities are unlimited, even if not presently realized.

Scientology further holds man to be basically good, and that his spiritual salvation depends upon himself and his fellows and his attainment of brotherhood with the universe.

Scientology is not a dogmatic religion in which one is asked to believe anything on faith. An individual discovers for himself that Scientology works by applying its principles and observing or experiencing the results.
The ultimate goal of Scientology is true spiritual enlightenment and freedom for the individual.

Monday, January 14, 2008

Scientology: The Fundenentals of Thought

You may have been taught that the mind, spirit and life are very difficult things to know about. This is the first principle of Scientology:

"It is possible to know about the mind, the spirit and life."
— L. Ron Hubbard
Designated by L. Ron Hubbard as the Book One of Scientology.

After having fully unified and codified the subjects of Dianetics and Scientology came the refinement of their fundamentals. Originally published as a résumé of Scientology for use in translations into non-English tongues, this book is of inestimable value to both the beginner and advanced student of the mind, spirit and life.
Equipped with this book alone, one can begin a practice and perform seeming miracle changes in the states of well-being, ability and intelligence of people.

Contained within are:
The Cycle-of-Action, revealing what underlies the continuous cycle of creation, survival and destruction — a cycle that seems inevitable in life, but which is only an apparency
The Conditions-of-Existence that comprise all life and livingness — and by which one can truly Be
The Eight Dynamics upon which all life is compartmented and by which one can resolve the puzzle of their own existence
The Affinity, Reality and Communication Triangle, revealing and explaining the underlying principles of true human relations
The Parts of Man, the comprehensive explanation of Spirit, Mind and Body, their anatomy and interrelationship in every being
The Reason Why, answering the questions of "what it's all about" and giving the very elements of survival, happiness and life itself.
Scientology Processes that unlock the life force that is you And, with this book, you won't just "learn" — you'll discover these principles for yourself. Because this is Scientology — the knowledge of you.

This book is available in our bookstore in Hardcover, paperback and audiobook. Buy your copy today!

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Definition of Scientology

Here is the definition of Scientology as taken from the book
What is Scientology?

Scientology: comes from the Latin scio, which means “know” and the Greek word logos, meaning “the word or outward form by which the inward thought is expressed and made known.” Thus, Scientology means knowing about knowing. Scientology is an applied religious philosophy developed by L. Ron Hubbard. It is the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself, universes and other life. See Chapter 4.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

Self Analysis

Self Analysis is the first book to provide definite techniques to improve memory, speed reaction time, handle psychosomatic illness and reduce stress. It offers the means to spiritual self-discovery through a series of processes designed to give you the clearest look you have ever had into your past.A series of tests at the beginning of the processing section enables you to assess your current emotional condition and spiritual state before starting, and provides a gauge of the improvements achieved as you progress through the book. You then embark on an analysis of your past, guided by simple and specific directions.Through the processing contained in Self Analysis, you can discover that you are a much better friend to yourself than you ever thought possible. Here is the easy do-it-yourself manual on how to apply Dianetics techniques to yourself.

The barriers of life are really just shadows. Learn to know yourself — not just a shadow of yourself. Containing the most complete description of consciousness, Self Analysis takes you through your past, through your potentials, your life.

First, with a series of self-examinations and using a special version of the Hubbard Chart of Human Evaluation, you plot yourself on the Tone Scale.

Then, applying a series of light yet powerful processes, you embark on the great adventure of self-discovery.

This book further contains embracive principles that reach any case, from the lowest to the highest — including auditing techniques so effective they are referred to by Mr. Hubbard again and again through all following years of research into the highest states.

In sum, this book not only moves one up the Tone Scale but can pull a person out of almost anything.
Book is Available in Hardcover and paperback.