Introduction to Scientology Ethics

Introduction to Scientology Ethics

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The discoveries, breakthroughs and technology of Scientology provide a new hope for Man. With its use in one s life, the long sought goals of spiritual release and freedom can become a reality in the here and now. Since time immemorial, people have preached the necessity to live by the tenets of honesty, compassion and decency that integrity is the only foundation upon which true life itself is built. But no matter how well Man has intuitively known this, none could point the way to achieve it. Is it any wonder, then, that the very subject of ethics has become either what one can get away with or what s good for oneself alone? One can t live in a world where ethics itself is a charade and where justice has become a mockery of civilization. Here, then, is a brand-new look, a way for an individual to pull oneself up, for a society to reverse its downward slide, for Man to ascend to the heights of a dreamed-for destiny. For contained in this book are the breakthroughs that bring understanding to the subjects of right and wrong, good and bad, death and survival: The Basics of Ethics and Justice and the breakthroughs that untangle these long confused subjects. Right and Wrong and how to determine the greatest good for the greatest number. The Conditions of Existence from Confusion to Power and their Formulas for application that are the monitoring formulas of livingness itself. The Social and Anti-Social Personalities and how to detect the bad from the good and get rid of the suppression in your life. The Third Party Law revealing the true cause of conflict and how to detect and remove it in your life. The Scientology Ethics and Justice the first system based not on punishment, but on truth and reason. Apply this book to your life and the gates will open wide to freedom itself.
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Bridge Publications, Inc., c2007.
Edition: New ed..
ISBN: 9781403144904
1403144907
Branch Call Number: 299.936 Hubbard
Characteristics: vii, 513 p. :,ill. ;,25 cm.

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