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Workable Spiritual Technology – decline and resurrection

Priest-movieWorkable spiritual technology is that part of the entire spectrum of spiritual technology that has been tested by auditors/spiritual practitioners in the field and has been found to produce reliable results.  So much of this has been lost or obscured in recent years that it is hard to find auditors who are familiar with the original work.

Spiritual technology has a long history and Scientology had a short phase between 1950 and 1965 when spiritual activity was actively supported by church management. After that the focus within the church seemed to shift to control of parishioner thoughts and actions. Like many religions before it, the Church of Scientology buried the effective actions that helped people and pushed the grand and glorious vision of great cathedrals and mighty works that would bedazzle the multitudes and bring in money.

As a result of this shift in emphasis, we now have the situation where Scientology’s International Management  is awash in corruption, perversion and financial irregularities on every hand, much like the Vatican which is the central governing body of the Catholic Church,

There are still useful spiritual resources in the Church of Scientology, but they are diminished as the Exorcists in the Catholic Church, mere vestiges of a former glory.  According to this story on christianpost.com, priests currently need special approval from their bishop to perform the rite of exorcism and it is rarely granted. Well, to be fair, access to Scientology’s rite of exorcism, the OT Levels, is rarely granted either.

The workable spiritual technology originally developed by Ron Hubbard, David Mayo, Alan Walters and may other professional auditors was altered over the years by arbitrary decisions until it has become a mockery of what it once was.

The very purpose of auditing shifted from setting beings free to become themselves to a rigid pattern of indoctrination that treated a public Scientologist as a potential threat to management so that continual security checking was mandatory at every turn in the road. It is very common to observe that people moving up the Scientology Grade chart become less imaginative and less likely to explore new ideas. Most OTs are quite docile by the time they reach the upper levels and will follow orders without questioning them. This was not what was promised in the early days of Scientology.

A number of independent practitioners have gone back to the original writings of the professional auditors who developed the technology and have recovered the underlying principles that produced results.This original workable technology saves lives and brings man to heights he has rarely experienced before because it was applied for the benefit of the preclear and not for the benefit of an organization.

Most of us use feedback from our preclears to improve the effectiveness of our services. As a result, the technology is still evolving as new discoveries are made and we make use of current communication technology to deliver services when and where preclears want them, no matter where they are on the planet.

Anyone who is looking for the gains that used to be promised by Scientology will find these gains are still being delivered by independent practitioners today. If you are uncertain what to look for in an independent practitioner, read Choosing an Auditor.

The opening image comes from the movie Priest, which depicted a corrupt post-apocalyptic church

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AnonLover  on June 15th, 2013

“Spiritual technology has a long history and Scientology had a short phase between 1950 and 1965 when spiritual activity was actively supported by church management.”

Question: I’m curious as to why you cut off that time frame at 1965 rather than the early 1970s (when the Hymn of Asia was released). Was there a defining moment, action or policy of some sort at that time that see as major shifting point?

Axiom  on June 15th, 2013

1965 was when KSW was written and that seems to be the turning point where it turned into a cult.

But I think it was headed in that direction a year or 2 earlier when Hubbard was at St. Hill and he was researching implants.

Which leads me to the question; could the idea of a cult be some sort of implant? It kinda seems logical that could be the case and Hubbard never handled that implant on himself.

OldAuditor  on June 15th, 2013

Hubbard never handled a lot of things on himself. We can speculate why, but his actions did not match his expressed ideals nor his early policies on making information your own.

He went from being a gregarious, irrepressible dreamer to become a paranoid fugitive. This career arc for someone who wrote about the power of the Top Triangle (Knowledge, Responsibility, Control) is almost unthinkable.

A lot of the ideas embodied in cults do show up as implants in pcs and entities.

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