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***Note from the Moderator.  This is an excerpt from a Steve Bisbey article in the RECONNECTION Newsletter of February 1984. The independent Scientology network originally started in the early 80’s and the similarities back then, to the scene now in 2013, is uncanny. I do not know the location of Steve Bisbey at this time, however I don’t think he would mind me reprinting his accurate technical letter from that time. If someone does know where Steve is in present time, we would love to hear from him.

By Steve Bisbey

Dear Scientologists,

I have been invited by the chairman of the OT Committee to write something in this issue of the Newsletter. I thought I’d take this opportunity to communicate to you what I consider to be some interesting observations.

As you may or may not know I have been active as  a C/S in the field delivering a wide range of services for some months now.

With Morag Bellmaine and Ron Lawley as part of team we have produced excellent results in the great majority of cases. These results were better than I expected and putting it conservatively compare very favourably with a certain other “official” org’s products. Given the disadvantage of auditing in the field with limited resources I was curious as to why this was so.

The official orgs have in fact lost the Bridge, not because they are poorly trained, not because the Auditor’s and C/Ses do not know their business. In my opinion, based on my own observations, they have lost the Bridge because:

  1. Auditors and C/Ses have become more and more PTS to a Suppressive management (a situation by the way which is not new. That’s why there are so few Auditors and C/Ses around). “In the presence of suppression on makes mistakes.” HCOB 12 March 68 MISTAKES THE ANATOMY OF.
  2. This one is obvious. A large number of PCs and Pre OTs have actually been denied the Bridge and in many cases, when they have paid for it! I have noticed a significant proportion of these are in the Non Interference Area where according to a recent issue they are at risk. It is not only ridiculous and off policy pricing to blame but blatant misapplication and disregard of LRH’s Ethics and Justice Policy. How can no auditing be justified? After all HCOB 24 Jan 77 TECH CORRECTION ROUNDUP says: “People do not sufficiently consider no auditing as the most basic failure of cases. It seems so “of course” that it gets entirely overlooked yet it can cause a great deal of trouble.
  3. The PCs and Pre OTs on org lines are not themselves in a position to get good case gain – unless they are angels in which case they wouldn’t need it. Why? Case Data has been used in Ethics and Justice actions and been disseminated abroad despite LRH policy to the contrary. Threats of denial of the Bridge have been used to control people. These things would then to make a PC or Pre OT withhold. If only his connections or opinions. To the degree a PC or Pre OT is withholding he will not get case gain. (Ref the Basic Auditing Series and many other LRH issues). Auditing prices of up to €4000 an intensive do nothing to encourage a PC or Pre OT to get off W/Hs or get handled what he needs to before his OT levels.

Unfortunately some PCs, Pre OTs and students have come to depend on the Org. It is interesting to note: “Those things upon which the individual is depending are those things which have command value over him.” 

“That person who has most evaluated for in the individual is that person whose viewpoint the individual is liable to have. We used to call this valence shifting. We still call it that but it’s actually an enforcement of viewpoint.” LRH Associate Newsletter No. 4.

(The Tech Dictionary definition of Evaluation No. 4 is “The shifting of viewpoints or the effort to do so.”)

“When a person is out of valence he does not easily As-is his bank.” HCOB 2 Aug 69. Thus even when he gets into session in the Org a PC or Pre OT made withhold, and slightly out of valence, now has a reduced chance of making the full gains available in auditing. 

We have none of the above disadvantages in the field. A PC or Pre OT can be himself, he can get off O/Ws without being vilified or gossiped above, he is not evaluated for, his Bridge is not used to control him, he is not manhandled in Ethics if he complains, and all of LRH’s Tech including Ethics and Justice is used, as it was intended, to improve conditions to the best of our ability. 

Some of the comments above may be misconstrued as an attack on the Org, they are not intended to be. The only legitimate target for any attack is the RTC who were and are 3rd partying the Org and the field. We are only concerned with delivering LRH technology, the handling of RTC we leave to others.

Love Steve Bisbey. 

P.S. What ever happened to HCOB 10 Nov 78R PROCLAMATION, POWER TO FORGIVE?

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Ralph Hilton
0 # Ralph Hilton 2013-04-14 17:22
Steve died some years back.
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Lana M.
+3 # Lana M. 2013-04-14 17:27
Thank you Ralph. Well at least we have given his voice more reach - regardless of his current location. We wish him well.
PS. And thank you for providing me with the early 80's newsletters. I have sent them to Steve Hall so we can have them on the iScientology website.
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Ralph Hilton
+2 # Ralph Hilton 2013-04-14 18:50
Thanks Lana. The early Independent Scientologists made many mistakes. I hope that having them available for people to read will help in avoiding similar mistakes in the future.
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Name
+1 # Name 2013-04-14 20:32
Sounds as though they were having a lot of benefit from applying Scientology, too. That's pretty much the simplicity of it.
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george
0 # george 2013-04-15 00:26
Hi Ralph,
I would be interested to know what mistakes you think they made, so we dont!
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Ralph Hilton
+1 # Ralph Hilton 2013-04-15 05:23
Hi George,
It is probably best if people have a chance to read them through before embarking on a detailed analysis. They are available on freescn.freevar.com/.../
Having them here will hopefully give them a wider audience.
Sadly (for me at least) Steve abandoned Scientology a few years later and began practicing with a splinter group called Metapsychology. Many of the early Independents similarly abandoned Scientology for splinter groups and squirrel practices.
Marty didn't seem to want people looking into the scene with the early Independents. Now he appears to be following on the very same path of splintering, disdaining LRH and diluting the tech that the newsletters show the early 80s field pursued.
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Jim Logan
+1 # Jim Logan 2013-04-15 16:17
Ralph,
Just the other day, studying an Oct 55 tape, The Senior Desire of Thetan, I finally became aware, rose to cognition of the fact I'd never actually gone anywhere in space and time despite the illusions so well rigged that it sure seems that way!

A combination of good auditing recently, and thorough study involving my own extrapolations, comparisons, observations, and my auditing others - all of these, is cracking this nut, so to speak.

Another study the other day, of the Black Box Radiation material leading to the coining of the word "quantum" relative to the energy interchanges between any and every "solid" manifestation save one- the Static that LRH isolated - opened up awareness in present time of the spectrum way above, all the way to aesthetics, and the tiniest of somethings, that are nearly nothings, but not. Then I drilled them, and am still doing so, gaining and waning and gaining again.

On the way, there are subtleties, and not so subleties when you finally see them, that we've set up to make this game last.

Lots of "up the bean pole" for two Dimensional worms, and then the slide down, hopefully not so far as one was.

No doubt, "Steve" is somewhere, digging out the latest pile on, and making steady progress.
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Ralph Hilton
+2 # Ralph Hilton 2013-04-15 18:31
Hi Jim,
I can see that you have put a lot of time into study and practice of Scientology. I have PCs that turn up for a session every month or so when their ruds go out too much and then others who audit daily on Solo year after year. A certain blogger has tried to put KSW into disrepute but I think that without it we lose Scientology.
My impression is that you are of the few people who has realized just how much work there is to do to accomplish OT states and that you are diligently making progress.
An incident on Marty's blog seemed to create a rift in our communication. I think quite a few have now realized that he is not moving in a direction conducive to the future of that which we value in Scientology.
What you are doing with Lana and I'm not sure who else looks good to me. It could well be a new Dawn for Independent Scientologist. I do think it important that we study the mistakes of the past and learn from them.
We'll have to talk about Skype at some point as I do find it a useful tool.
My observation has been that there are 4 targets used by those who wish to destroy Scientology:
1. Denigrating LRH personally.
2. KSW.
3. The State of Clear.
4. States of OT.
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Jim Logan
0 # Jim Logan 2013-04-15 22:49
Ralph,
We are both aware of how much it takes to accomplish what is there to accomplish. I am heartened to know there are many others aware of this aside from us and working it daily.

I'd add on the "targets", the tools of detection, and handling of PTS/SP phenomena. Denigrate those, and especially by mis-use and abuse, and there goes the hard won knowledge of the "chief stumbling block". I'd also add the tech of a good confessional. Yep, that's gotta be denigrated and abused and tossed under as the relief that comes from it and then rising above that mechanism of O/W as a limited theory, well, that about drives 'em wilder than they already are.

You've pointed it out, and I agree, it's a LONG game. Best to be able to play it better, so we carry on studying, applying, taking the wrinkles out, getting sharper and all the while having more and more fun and with a helping hand to those who reach.

Some others...

Well it IS a tricky labyrinth then in'it :-)
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george
0 # george 2013-04-15 17:34
Thanks Ralph, I will read them with much interest!
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Haloge
0 # Haloge 2015-12-17 11:09
Steve died in 2004.
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Tony DePhillips
+1 # Tony DePhillips 2013-04-14 17:45
Nice article. That is real to me.
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David Cooke
+1 # David Cooke 2013-04-14 19:19
This article shows that good communication and wise words are never wasted, they're likely to resurface long after some hoped they'd been securely suppressed. Thanks for making those newsletters available, Ralph - I wish I'd seen them 30 years ago.

The datum about enforcement of viewpoint is very powerful, not just in relation to the RTC but to all kinds of games that beings play.
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Ingrid Smith
+1 # Ingrid Smith 2013-04-14 19:26
Sometimes it is scary to realize that suppression can take a long time to confront. I remember around that time in the early 80's the 'feeling" of supression. I was on the BC and all of a sudden there was a huge shift in the tone of ASHO when some upper management guys came on a mission and completely started ripping staff apart.One supe actually made a little speech to us about what a wimpy guy he had been and now he was going to get really tough.It has been so much fun before!!! And the supe was a fun guy and now he became this awful out of valence s**thead.

Now, when I feel something, I LOOK! It is something we do have to be constantly vigilant about.
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Chris Mann
+2 # Chris Mann 2013-04-14 21:01
Wow, thats a good one, and applicable to today. It's like it was just written.

I have used the term "enforced viewpoint" a lot. I think that is a major item he's identified there. The whole article is very applicable in my opinion.
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Ronnie Bell
+3 # Ronnie Bell 2013-04-14 21:39
Amazing how applicable Steve Bisbey's comm is to today's situation in the orgs. You'd almost think he wrote it last week, it's so timely.

I wish I'd known all this in the early 80's. I would have left a very, very long time ago.
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Charles Morgenstern
0 # Charles Morgenstern 2015-07-21 18:05
I am so happy to read this article by Steve.I had the good fortune in 1977 to be on Foundation org doing the Dianetic Auditors course.Steve and Ros were the Course supervisor and Case Supervisor,If my memory serves me right.They made it a success.I felt a sense of camaraderie with them that was rare at St. Hill given all the in-fighting and wackiness there.In fact,they were my last good memory of my days as a sino.I left St. Hill in late 1977 for Miami,Fla.Soon after,I was declared and expelled.I finally hoodwinked RTC to pay me a full refund in exchange for what they believed was my last copy of OT VIII in feb 1988.
I will never forget Steve and Ros Bisbey and am thankful I met and interacted with them.
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calvin b. duffield
+1 # calvin b. duffield 2013-04-14 22:18
The letter is just like you said Lana, quite uncanny in it's relevance! But how could it be otherwise, when it describes the beginnings of the exact same scenario:
The abberant CO$ of today!
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Espiritu
+1 # Espiritu 2013-04-15 04:10
Wow. This guy should win the "Writers of the Future" award except that he isn't writing fiction. Steve Bisbey's letter could have been written for this blog. Apparently it was. What gets me is that the situation still isn't handled. The "new management" never reformed or developed wisdom as I had hoped. Steve asked, "What ever happened to HCOB 10 Nov 78R PROCLAMATION, POWER TO FORGIVE?" Indeed, what ever happened to a great many issues that disappeared as David Miscavige and his out-tech renegades poisoned the organization?! And what of the many "LRH" issues which were issued after he dropped his body?
Steve Bisbey spoke up early on. We need to carry on his work and finish the job he postulated.
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Former Black Hat
0 # Former Black Hat 2013-04-15 05:09
Thank you for acknowledging the earlier Independents - as imperfect as they may have been, with mistakes made, their intent was as good and clean as the Independents of today. Thank you.
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steve
+1 # steve 2013-04-15 07:39
For me, the underlying message is that the Reactive Mind is a much more formidable foe than we have ever given it credit for. You see a guy like Bisbey who clearly had his head screwed on with a very clear view of the facts, was overtaken by the bank in the end.
All the efforts of tens of thousands of people in the Church has been overtaken by the Bank.

I have a very strong sense that Ron was not kidding around when he said you have to all the way. You can't stop half-way on the Bridge to freedom.
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Kalle
+2 # Kalle 2013-04-15 09:23
When the great splintering took Place 1982-84 there were around 2000 trained auditörs Active within the CofS and in the field. About half of them were SP-declared and expelled during that short timeperiod by the new management.
It started with the "mission holder Conference in 1982". LRH had appointed Bill Franks to succeed him as ED Int and David Mayo as senior Tech. terminal. Both Bill Franks and David Mayo were declared during those years. Was LRH informed? Was LRH informed that around 1000 trained auditörs (many of them personnally trained by LRH on the SHSBC, The Class VIII course and the original Class X - XII course)???
Those around 1000 auditörs teamed up against their "common enemy", the CofS and many splintergroups were started up. The wast majority of splintergroups were composed of one or two auditörs, who only delivered auditing, but no training. These "auditing delivery splinter Groups" vey soon ran out of pc:s as they failed to recruit new public. And so they ceased to exist.
The problem these "only deliver auditing" Groups ran into was "no Creation of future" as such a Group of course would die when the very few auditörs ceased to deliver auditing.
LRH pointed out that scientology is a 3rd dynamic activity. To have any kind of future the 3rd dynamic must train auditörs. The vast majority of splintergroups from the early 1980'ies have thus ceased to exist. And so will every new splintergroup that is now started outside of the CofS.
No training of auditörs = no future!
Please understand this! If a splintergroup does not firts of all has a purpose to get training of auditörs going, then don't even try starting it.
Also remember that it takes know-how of Tech application to sucessfully train other auditörs. The written materials is not enough to train auditörs. You also need "know-how" of how to apply the Tech. And the most important know-how is how to read and handle the E-meter.
LRH dicovered the bridge by being able to read the E-meter correctly. He used TA-motion to judge the effectiveness of processes. Ref: the many HCOBs from early 1960'ies on TA-action starting with HCOB 25 aug 1960 and 15 sept 1960 + the last one of these HCOB 16 June 1970 (page 177 in Tech. Vol VII) where he says under the headline "The E-meter":
"The amount of TA per session is the C/S index of gain".
So please do not use the freedom you gain by leaving rhe CofS to "follow the road of least resistance". Instead make sure you connect up with other welltrained auditörs and start training more auditörs. And use the E-meter to stay on the standrad Tech route. If you have poor or no TA-action on yoyr pc:s, you know you are not using enough know-how to help your pc:s towards the other end of the bridge.
Early great religious leadres like Gautama Siddhartha, Jesus Christ and Muhammed faile to get their wisdom transfered to later generations.
If we shall suceed to cultivate the know-how of the techonolgy and the philosophy of scientology to futire generations, we will need to use the instrument that earlier founders of religious wisdom did not have - The E-meter!
As Voltaire said: The only thing you learn frpm History is that mankind does not learn from history (but individuals can learn from history and benefit from such Learning).
The most sucessful splintergroup of the 1980'ies was David Mayos AAC (Advanced Ability Centre). The CofS attacked David and his AAC so viciously that it was closede. A great tradgedy for that early free zone.

ARC/KRC

Kalle
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Kalle
+1 # Kalle 2013-04-15 16:07
Quoting Kalle:
When the great splintering took Place 1982-84 there were around 2000 trained auditörs Active within the CofS and in the field. About half of them were SP-declared and expelled during that short timeperiod by the new management.
It started with the "mission holder Conference in 1982". LRH had appointed Bill Franks to succeed him as ED Int and David Mayo as senior Tech. terminal. Both Bill Franks and David Mayo were declared during those years. Was LRH informed? Was LRH informed that around 1000 trained auditörs (many of them personnally trained by LRH on the SHSBC, The Class VIII course and the original Class X - XII course)???
Those around 1000 auditörs teamed up against their "common enemy", the CofS and many splintergroups were started up. The wast majority of splintergroups were composed of one or two auditörs, who only delivered auditing, but no training. These "auditing delivery splinter Groups" vey soon ran out of pc:s as they failed to recruit new public. And so they ceased to exist.
The problem these "only deliver auditing" Groups ran into was "no Creation of future" as such a Group of course would die when the very few auditörs ceased to deliver auditing.
LRH pointed out that scientology is a 3rd dynamic activity. To have any kind of future the 3rd dynamic must train auditörs. The vast majority of splintergroups from the early 1980'ies have thus ceased to exist. And so will every new splintergroup that is now started outside of the CofS.
No training of auditörs = no future!
Please understand this! If a splintergroup does not firts of all has a purpose to get training of auditörs going, then don't even try starting it.
Also remember that it takes know-how of Tech application to sucessfully train other auditörs. The written materials is not enough to train auditörs. You also need "know-how" of how to apply the Tech. And the most important know-how is how to read and handle the E-meter.
LRH dicovered the bridge by being able to read the E-meter correctly. He used TA-motion to judge the effectiveness of processes. Ref: the many HCOBs from early 1960'ies on TA-action starting with HCOB 25 aug 1960 and 15 sept 1960 + the last one of these HCOB 16 June 1970 (page 177 in Tech. Vol VII) where he says under the headline "The E-meter":
"The amount of TA per session is the C/S index of gain".
So please do not use the freedom you gain by leaving rhe CofS to "follow the road of least resistance". Instead make sure you connect up with other welltrained auditörs and start training more auditörs. And use the E-meter to stay on the standrad Tech route. If you have poor or no TA-action on yoyr pc:s, you know you are not using enough know-how to help your pc:s towards the other end of the bridge.
Early great religious leadres like Gautama Siddhartha, Jesus Christ and Muhammed faile to get their wisdom transfered to later generations.
If we shall suceed to cultivate the know-how of the techonolgy and the philosophy of scientology to futire generations, we will need to use the instrument that earlier founders of religious wisdom did not have - The E-meter!
As Voltaire said: The only thing you learn frpm History is that mankind does not learn from history (but individuals can learn from history and benefit from such Learning).
The most sucessful splintergroup of the 1980'ies was David Mayos AAC (Advanced Ability Centre). The CofS attacked David and his AAC so viciously that it was closede. A great tradgedy for that early free zone.

ARC/KRC

Kalle

HCOB 16 June 1970 (page 177 in Tech. Vol VII) where he says under the headline "The E-meter": Please correct: It is page 77 in Tech. Volome VII

Kalle
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george
0 # george 2013-04-15 18:09
absolutely, well said!!
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steve
+1 # steve 2013-04-15 16:57
I agree with that 100%. It has to be a complete activity, well organized. Thankyou Kalle for pointing the way.
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Ralph Hilton
+1 # Ralph Hilton 2013-04-15 19:02
Hi Kalle,
I think that those early people ran out of PCs because they stopped applying Scientology and squirreled.
We were set upon by squirrels and thieves.
I started a group with some others in London - A "Class 8 with Honors" came along and told people lots of nice stories about how close he was to LRH and after gaining their confidence started selling an 8 page write up of the OT levels for GBP500.
The early field fell apart due to betrayal -
Robin Scott was a big name in the early 80s - he reverted to drugs and resorted to making money as a drug pusher for which he was jailed. There are many more I won't go into naming here and now.
Lack of auditors is not a why at the moment. Try asking here for an auditor and see how long it takes to find one.
At the moment I just have 3 PCs I audit 6 days a week, one 4 days or so a week and others that appear less often. But Austria might be a bit far to travel for many.
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Ingrid Smith
+3 # Ingrid Smith 2013-04-15 20:06
Ralph-so true-there is a reason for KSW-when you learn to apply the Tech correctly it is the only way and you will feel strongly about 7-10. KSW, when applied sanely is a must.
I mean look at all the unhappy PCs and the incredible damage done to the mind and the spirit from bad or incorrect auditing!
There are professions such as heart surgeons, pilots et al where your life is in their hands. No one minds if these guys go through rigorous training,have all their MUs handled and are nailed for going squirrly or going outethics,like drinking on the job!
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Thoughtful
+3 # Thoughtful 2013-04-16 09:51
Spooky isn't it?
This great letter from Steve also shows up another fatal flaw in the earlier program: he says "the handling of RTC we leave to others." That was a mistake, since RTC was continuing to maul others like the tigers they were (and I mean "tigers" as in R/Sing criminal SP fuck wads responsible for creating the entire catastrophe). Anyway, it was a mistake to not take responsibility for that too and do something to put in their ethics.

The mistake was thinking the RTC is "powerful" because they have money, or whatever. They are not. They are weak because they are criminal and they are SPs and they are as crazy as it gets. They do not have any theta comm lines. So they are actually quite easy to knock down.
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SKM
0 # SKM 2013-04-16 12:52
Absolutley, Steve. I spoted it too.
I also think that the reason why the AAC from D. Mayo were overthrown by RTC was exactly for this blind spot regarding ethics and admin tech.
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Thoughtful
+1 # Thoughtful 2013-04-16 13:47
There is something really empowering about charging your enemies... and seeing words alone turn them into jello. I think it is one of the key things that has made us so strong.

You know I'm writing o/ws on all the times I failed to do something about the injustices and insanity, etc., and one of the things that has become painfully apparent to me is that when a bully is about, you have to prepare to defend yourself one way or another. If you don't want to carry a weapon of some sort, you'd better know what to say — i.e., really understand what their out ethics is and be prepared to shout it in their faces if they start dramatizing ev purps.

For example, I could have been ready to say, "The reason you see out ethics all around you is because that's how you back people off and introvert them so they will accept all your bullshit off policy and illegal orders. You just tell people they've got o/ws, tell them their out ethics. You intend to overwhelm them which is the exact opposite purpose of Scientology which makes you a raving suppressive lunatic and not a Scientologist at all."

In other words, itsa can be a pretty potent weapon all by itself. But if you haven't taken the time to isolate exactly what the out ethics is, then when you get attacked, you don't know what to say.

I had a good friend at the Int base, named Jimmy. One Christmas I bought him a folding knife — that was what he wanted. And he wore it on his belt for years. I never really knew why. But during my o/w write up, I suddenly understood. That dang knife kept him safe, because in his younger days growing up in Malaysia, he had been a member of a street gang and he had actually engaged in gang fights and sent at least one guy to the hospital. Of course the senior execs (scumbags) would know his history, so noone ever messed with him. Proven street fighter, with a knife? No, they're going to be polite to him.

But most people walked around with no knife, no gun, no club, no brass knuckles, no martial arts, no nothing. It's idiotic in an extreme criminal, suppressive environment like that. I'm kicking myself writing up these o/ws. I even violated the old Boy Scout motto: Be prepared!

I mean, hell, one's first responsibility is to make a safe environment for yourself wherever you go.

Well, by calling DM out for who and what he really is, we are making a safe environment for us on many fronts.
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Ingrid Smith
0 # Ingrid Smith 2013-04-16 14:57
Great post Steve. Ron put alot of work into this area and like all the areas Ron addressed it was perverted and twisted by the madman DM. Instead of making a safe environment,DM did the opposite. Instead of correctly targeting the bad guys, he targeted the good guys-US-he has even managed to get many going after each other!!!!!

There is a knee-jerk reaction to what DM did and now some only want peace and love minus the actions needed to deal with the enemy. We get peace and love by confronting and dealing with evil!!

There is an incredible article that Ron wrote "Cultural Destruction" (you can google it online) there is a line in it worth noting "A sufficiently dgraded or weakened people are effectively demilitarized"
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SKM
0 # SKM 2013-04-16 16:27
Yes, Steve, I understand what you are saying.
Wisdom alone is not always enough. We need to be willing to use some force, too.
However, I found that the best power you could ever use stems from harmony, your inner peace. (I am interested in T'ai Ch'i Chuan again, which is all about 'harmonius alignment').
That's why I find it astonishing that you're still writing down your O/Ws.
It makes the space clean, the blind-spots vanish and there is more light around you.
I guess you soon look like one of the Holies, with aureola et al.

:-)
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