There are some wealthy people in Scientology. If you don't have money, and are not interested in being on staff, then Scientology doesn't want you. People who can't afford services tend to drift off, and you never hear about them.
People who join staff, and then leave (whether or not they...
That's why I use Google instead of the internal search feature.
Dulloldfart r3r site:exscn.net
turned up a number of Paul's threads on the subject, like the following
I've been seeing increasing numbers of reports about using MDMA (used recreationally under the street name "ecstasy"), in combination with talk therapy, to treat PTSD.
Given what he's told us earlier in this thread about his personal issues, the humor might be unhelpful.
Freeman evidently is suffering from serious PTSD issues, and looking for anything which may be helpful.
Having someone to talk to and open up to, may be helpful, as long as he can be sure...
There's how the condition was written about, and there's how it was actually used in the Orgs.
Inherent and implicit in the Danger condition, as actually used in Scientology, is that any time a subordinate is assigned Danger, that the entire blame for the down statistic goes to the...
You can take Scientology extension courses, get in contact with the Org, and even visit it.
You could also visit the section of your town where the drug dealers hang out.
In terms of your future well-being, the latter is safer.
Just understand that the sales people in Scientology Orgs are...