Scientology Definitions

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Throughout the site, you can click on the gold-colored terms to see their definitions.

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  • NatterNatter 1. To say critical things of someone or something. While there are times when criticism may be constructive or warranted. But when someone is being derogatory, making snide comments, and acting hostilely... Read More
  • Negative GainNegative Gain See definition of "Case Gain"
  • Not-is-ness Not-is-ness 1. when someone has trouble accepting things as they are, they may try to act as though that thing is not true. They are denying, in some way, the actuality of something. Examples: When a family... Read More