Scientology Definitions

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  • Church of Scientology 1. Not to be confused with The First Independent Church of Scientology. We won't get into defining the Church of Scientology here, but you can view their Wikipedia page to learn more. This... Read More
  • Classification, Gradation & Awareness Chart See definition of Grade Chart, The full chart can be viewed here. Read More
  • 1. A person who, through Dianetics and Scientology processing, has cleared away all the things that kept them from being themselves. They can now exist fully as they are without unwanted patterns and behaviors.... Read More
  • Communication The most important point in the ARC Triangle. Communication is the back and forth flow of ideas or objects between two people. An idea can be made up of words, a gesture, an email, a text, etc, as long... Read More
  • In Sun Tzu's Art of War, he lists 5 kinds of agents. One type is the "dead agent." The idea is this agent gives the enemy false information. Often, when even one of those lies is revealed, it's enough to undermine... Read More
  • A mental health science developed by L Ron Hubbard and introduced in 1950. He created the word by combining DIA (Greek), meaning through, and NOUS (Greek) meaning mind. Thus 'Dianetics' translates into "through the... Read More
  • Dissem Division | Division 2 This part of the organization makes services and materials known to potential public and creates interest. Its color is Purple. Memos from this part of the organization as well as... Read More
  • One of the seven sections of the organizing board. An organization is structured into these divisions for management and coordination purposes. Useful to individuals because by juxtaposing one's own life and its... Read More
  • DMSMH Acronym for the book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health
  • Drills 1. Training exercises done by a student. Drills give one an opportunity to practice techniques and skills so one can then go out and use them in real life circumstances. Often drills are done with a coach.... Read More