Scientology Definitions

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As L. Ron Hubbard developed the subject of Scientology, he observed his students sometimes had trouble fully understanding his teachings. This led him to develop Study Technology so anyone could learn and apply his teachings. We don’t want learning barriers to prevent you from getting the most out of L. Ron Hubbard’s writings and lectures. You can click on THIS LINK for a few study pointers to help you out.

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  • Qual Division | Div 5 This area is responsible for quality control in all areas of the organization. Their purpose is to ensure every person receiving services gets properly done services to the expected result.... Read More
  • Reactive Conduct The part of the mind that is unable to differentiate between importances or differences in things. Everything becomes equal to everything else. This comes about from engrams. (Ref: Lecture 17th... Read More
  • Reactive Mind The part of a person's mind that gets triggered by stimuli in the environment. There is always something irrational about the trigger and this part of the mind is not under the person's own control.... Read More
  • Reality Agreement as to the way things are. This can apply broadly to the world around you. For example, most people agree that gravity exists and is therefore real. But this can apply more narrowly to what seems... Read More
  • Responsibility 1. The state of being able and willing to make decisions and take actions for things, people, animals, relationships, jobs, or other zones of life. True responsibility is not about blame, guilt, or... Read More
  • Ruin 1. When a person reaches out for help, there is something ruining their life to some degree. Anything that a person feels is interfering with their ability to live a happy and fulfilled life is a ruin. In this... Read More
  • Scientology 1. A religious philosophy founded and developed by L. Ron Hubbard. Hubbard, through extensive lectures and writings, laid out exact procedures for increasing intelligence and ability, and for gaining... Read More
  • Service Facsimiles 1. "Facsimiles" refers to mental image pictures. And "service" refers to these particular mental image pictures being of service to the person. A service facsimile serves a person by giving them... Read More
  • Session 1. The time period during which an auditor counsels another person (preclear). During this time, the auditor strictly follows the Auditor's Code as well as the steps of Model Session. The goal of any session... Read More
  • Social Tone 1. Refers to the more pleasant tone people present to the world. From a young age, most of us are taught to be friendly and polite towards others. Good manners go a long way towards helping us get along... Read More