Scientology Definitions

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  • Training 1. Enrolling in Scientology courses. Traditionally, this has been done in a Scientology classroom, called an Academy. Some classes can also be done at home with any written lessons turned in via mail or... Read More
  • Treasury Div | Div 3 Here is where the financial matters of the organization are handled. Its color is Pink. So memos and uniforms in this section of the organization could be pink. Staff in Treasury deal with... Read More
  • Two-Terminal Universe For a flow of energy to exist, there must be a place for energy to flow from and a place for energy to flow to. Energy flows happen between two terminals. In addition, there must be space... Read More
  • Understanding When you have Affinity with Reality and Communication, you end up with Understanding. Ultimately, this formula of A+R+C=U acts as a solvent, a method to solve any issue or difficulty. (Lecture... Read More
  • Universe 1. Any system of things that has been created. There are lots of universes and kinds of universes. The universe we tend to think of as THE universe is the physical universe. Matter, energy, space and time... Read More
  • Very Bad Indicators 1. Preclear is very unhappy, isn't feeling better. Perhaps even complains of feeling worse. When this happens, the auditor and case supervisor should take immediate action to find out what's... Read More
  • Very Good Indicators 1. The preclear is feeling happy. Great! The auditor should keep helping them progress. 2. Used colloquially to say anyone is feeling happy. Example: Michele sure is VGIs about her new... Read More
  • Withhold 1. After a person commits a transgression (see 'overt') and then doesn't confess what they did. The person has done something they shouldn't have, and now they don't want anyone to know, so they don't admit... Read More