Tag Archives: dianetics

Facing Force with Reason

Came across an interesting quote while listening to the Dianetics Professional Course lectures, something I think has some applicability to the task of navigating the “terrible twos”.  In this 1950  lecture where L. Ron Hubbard is training Dianetics professional counselors, he’s discussing the difference between getting to the bottom of what’s causing the person travail, […]

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Video: Australian Scientologist Describes her Silent Birth

Australian Scientologist Hayley Wuerfel was interviewed on nineMSN about the birth of her second child, which she and her husband chose to have in a quiet environment.   She does a great job explaining how her birth went, and in dispelling some of the rumors about silent/quiet birth that had been going around. She also touches […]

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Antidepressants & Birth Defects – An Appeal to Mothers-to-be

Antidepressants? JUST DON’T DO IT. It’s unfortunately now a well-documented fact that mothers that take antidepressants like Paxil, Prozac, Zoloft and Celexa run a massive risk (i.e. are 600% more likely) to bear a child with terrible congenital birth defects like persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN), a serious and potentially fatal circulatory condition. […]

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Pregnancy Assist Programs: Using Scientology to Have a Stress-Free Pregnancy & Birth Experience

In Scientology, it is common for pregnant women to get what is usually called a Pregnancy Assist.  As defined in the Scientology Handbook: “An assist, then, can be described as a Scientology process which is done to alleviate a present time discomfort. A process is an exact series of directions or sequence of actions taken […]

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