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Finding your way after leaving the cult of Scientology

A Being Asked Me A Question…

After having been rescued from an incident where he had been taken over by a female spirit and made to do vile things, a being named Lawrence asked me a question that applies to all of us.

“How can I know if I am doing something on my own or if someone is controlling me?”

Our years of research in Spiritual Rescue Technology has provided a reliable two-question test to answer this important question.

1. Are you joyful and enthusiastic about what you are doing?

2. Are you maintaining your integrity?

A. If your answer to #1 is no, you are being influenced or controlled by another spiritual being and your answer to #2 is probably no..

B. If your answer to #1 is yes and your answer to #2 is no, you are being controlled by another spiritual being.

C. If your answers to #1 and #2 are yes, you are probably doing something right and your spiritual companions are in agreement with what you are doing.

The bottom line in all of this is when you are enthusiastic about what you are doing and maintaining your integrity, you are not under the control of other beings.

The test is shown in diagram form below:

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John Doe  on October 15th, 2017

I can see how this could apply generally, but I think the chart above is a little too absolute, and a little too simplistic.

Life is not always a joyful and enthusiastic activity. For example, what if one is making the difficult decision to put down a beloved pet, or to arrange for dementia care for a parent?

Or even less dramatic, if one is made late for an appointment due to traffic, served a bad meal in a restaurant, or opened a package to find the wrong item was shipped, these things would certainly be annoying and rightfully not leave one in a joyful and enthusiastic frame of mind, but why would that have to indicate that one was being “controlled by a spiritual being” that was not you?

Life sometimes just sucks. You deal with the suck and move on and after awhile, one’s equanimity returns.

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