Tuesday, March 16, 2004

This article from the Filipino Post about Dianetics, tells it better than I could.

If you have had more than your fair share of accidents and injuries
lately, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Healthby L. Ron Hubbard , is
the book you should be reading.

According to a survey by the National Safety Council, the number of
unintentional injury deaths in America has been in excess of 90,000 per year.
In the year 2000, traffic accidents were the leading cause of death for teens
between age 16 and 19, according to federal data that also showed that the
youngest teens were the most accident-prone.

In the best-selling self-help book Dianetics, author and humanitarian L.
Ron Hubbard explains what makes a person accident-prone. "If one knows the
cause of something, he can usually prevent the cause from going into effect,"

Writes Hubbard. The discovery and proof that the malaria germ was carried
by the mosquito is what makes it possible to prevent the disease.

Similarly, when you know the cause of accidents you can do a great deal
toward preventing them.

Hubbard's research identified exactly what occurs when our analytical
mind is shut down by physical pain, drugs, or other means: the subconscious or
reactive mind is opened for direct recording of what is going on around us and
this recording has the power to command our actions in the future.

Just as subjects who have been hypnotized will do exactly as they were
commanded under hypnosis, so we react according to commands in our reactive

Hubbard named this moment of lowered analytical awareness or
unconsciousness an engram--and engrams can determine our fate. "When that
recording has verbal content," says Hubbard, "it becomes most severely

"The accident prone person is a case where the reactive mind commands
accidents," writes Hubbard. "The terrible and awesome death toll taken by our
automotive transport is almost all attributable to reactive mind driving rather
than learned response driving."

Engrams subtly weave their way from incident to incident and cause
catastrophe in the life of the accident-prone person and those around him.

Stress, depression and anxiety as a result of accidents can by themselves
cripple one's ability to deal with everyday life. "The aberree, in thousands of
ways, complicates the lives of others," writes Hubbard.

But with the information in the book Dianetics, an aberree, or one
affected by engrams, can be sorted out--these engrams can be cleared away and
the reactive causes and commands can be handled by getting rid of the
source--the reactive mind.

So if you or someone you know has been bumping into things, having little
incidents and accidents or even causing general turmoil--read this book. It may
just save your life or perhaps the lives of others.

Scientology and Dianetics Links

Church of Scientology Advanced Organization & Saint Hill in Copenhagen, Denmark AOSH EU
Drug Free Ambassadors - Leading the way to a drug-free Australia
Scientology Study Technology: Effective Education and Training

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