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Why TRs --- TR 1

Post by Hubbard's Mushroom » Wed Oct 06, 2004 5:37 am

From: Dorian's #1
Subject: Why TRs --- TR 1
Newsgroups: alt.religion.scientology
Date: 2004-10-05 02:20:20 PST

Few Scientologists are aware
exactly why having correct
definitions is so important.
If they were aware, they might
spend more time scrutinizing
Scientology definitions.

Alas, Scientologists have been
"opened" to swallowing virtually
ANY nonsensical definition ---
as long as it comes from someone
closely associated with the
presumed source of their "opening

Opening procedures (see glossary)
are, in my opinion,
Scientology's ace in the hole.
They're where Scientologists
become accustomed to experiencing
things they LIKE --- SO
accustomed, that they're unprepared
when they're presented with
something they _shouldn't_ like
--- a false definition for
instance. Neither do they expect
anything's amiss when someone
associated with their opening
procedure(s) "disconnects" them
from any and all sources of
correct descriptions of Scientology.
If the order is perceived as
coming from the right "source",
they'll willingly disconnect,
like little children following a
Pied Piper.

It's my firm belief that
as long as Scientologists
continue to open their
minds in response to the
pleasure of Scientology's
opening procedures (e.g.
auditing & mirror tech) they
will continue to be implanted
with false definitions.

According to Scientheology
theory (see glossary), a
person becomes irrational
to the degree their mind
fills with false
identifying definitions.
Identifying definitions ---
what the mind uses to
differentiate one set of
stimuli from another --- is
pretty much all it has going
for it. When a cluster (see
glossary) of misidentifying
definitions is "put in" that
is both incorrect and able
to resist corrective actions,
the mind is in serious trouble.
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