Scientology Definitions

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  • MEST 1. MEST, or the MEST universe, refers to the universe where we find the things that make up the real world: trees, rocks, suns, mountains, atoms, chemical elements, trains, tables, chairs, etc. Spiritual beings... Read More
  • Misemotion An emotion that doesn't fit the circumstances. Being misemotional isn't simply about having complicated feelings regarding a complicated situation in life. Misemotion is about having feelings that aren't... Read More
  • Model Session 1. Definition of 'model' : "an example for imitation or emulation." Auditing sessions follow an exact pattern. There are exact scripts used to start and end each session. And exact things the... Read More
  • Motivator 1. A harmful deed done to someone that makes them feel justified in committing a harmful deed. Examples: Rhonda gets cut off in traffic. She gets really angry feeling like the person who cut her off is... Read More