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 case, ‘ruin’ is used as a noun.
An auditor is always interested in a preclear’s ruins. Addressing these areas can bring about vast, positive changes in a person’s life. However, it’s not the auditor’s place to tell a person what their ruin is.
Examples of Ruins:
Elaine tends to get into relationships with men who demean her. No matter how hard she tried to find a better person to connect with, she keeps finding herself in relationships where she feels devalued and has no self-esteem.
Alex is in his 30’s but still lives with his mom. He really wants to get out and create his own life, but he just can’t seem to do it.« Back to Index