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Dotey OT

Under New Management
What does scientology say about pearsonal boundaries?
As a registar, the scientology word for salesman, you are trained that there is no such thing as personal boundaries.

Selling is all about having the right to talk to someone and breaking down these personal boundaries. In fact, someone that would hold onto personal boundaries would be deemed to have "secrets." Secrets, or something that you are not willing to talk about is a reason to sell scientology.

The registrar's motto "Show me a secret that you can't reveal and I will show you something that you need auditing for!"
 

Barile

Well-known member
It says that they can be penetrated. They're reactive. The bank has no "rights". Since the bank is all that people have in common bank agreement is reactive. Sanity is to break these false barriers in order to impinge and get them to need of change.

Not only can the be penetrated - they SHOULD be. Salvaging this sector can be a dirty business.
can we please stop talking about sex? ya know, because: Freud
 

Riddick

I clap to no man
As a registar, the scientology word for salesman, you are trained that there is no such thing as personal boundaries.

Selling is all about having the right to talk to someone and breaking down these personal boundaries. In fact, someone that would hold onto personal boundaries would be deemed to have "secrets." Secrets, or something that you are not willing to talk about is a reason to sell scientology.

The registrar's motto "Show me a secret that you can't reveal and I will show you something that you need auditing for!"
I have no idea what you are talking about. Registars were required to read Les Dane Big League Sales book, which Hubbard authorized as per policy. I as a registar once holding the post read the book but could never do it, not my thing you might say, but others could do it.

Maybe Veda can cine in, but it has nothing to do with Crowley and black magic, since Veda knows about policy?

 

Barile

Well-known member
I have no idea what you are talking about. Registars were required to read Les Dane Big League Sales book, which Hubbard authorized as per policy. I as a registar once holding the post read the book but could never do it, not my thing you might say, but others could do it.

Maybe Veda can cine in, but it has nothing to do with Crowley and black magic, since Veda knows about policy?

Ya, I read that one. All I remember is 'Fear is the greatest salesman'.
Turns out, he was right.. that and sex. But I don't recall him mentioning sex.
Crowley did I think. Black magic too.
Veda?
 

La La Lou Lou

Well-known member
I have no idea what you are talking about. Registars were required to read Les Dane Big League Sales book, which Hubbard authorized as per policy. I as a registar once holding the post read the book but could never do it, not my thing you might say, but others could do it.

Maybe Veda can cine in, but it has nothing to do with Crowley and black magic, since Veda knows about policy?

Oh yes, Les Dane. I think he was doing a seminar when I was in AOSHEU, if I went to it I remember nothing. I seem to remember seeing an older man with thickly greased black hair. I hated the book, I hated the man who happily let his hard sell techniques be used by a cult, he didn't even believe in the cult himself, and that was when I was in the cult! He had no morals, awful awful man.
 

Riddick

I clap to no man
Oh yes, Les Dane. I think he was doing a seminar when I was in AOSHEU, if I went to it I remember nothing. I seem to remember seeing an older man with thickly greased black hair. I hated the book, I hated the man who happily let his hard sell techniques be used by a cult, he didn't even believe in the cult himself, and that was when I was in the cult! He had no morals, awful awful man.
Mike Rinder talked about it in his blog:

 

popc

Member
I think you need to define what you mean by personal boundaries. My first thought is there is no such thing in scientology. They do what they want with you. Even if someone is raped they are made to feel it was their own fault. See the Danny Masterson case.
You answered my question precisely.
 

popc

Member
I think you need to define what you mean by personal boundaries. My first thought is there is no such thing in scientology. They do what they want with you. Even if someone is raped they are made to feel it was their own fault. See the Danny Masterson case.
You answered my question precisely.
As a registar, the scientology word for salesman, you are trained that there is no such thing as personal boundaries.

Selling is all about having the right to talk to someone and breaking down these personal boundaries. In fact, someone that would hold onto personal boundaries would be deemed to have "secrets." Secrets, or something that you are not willing to talk about is a reason to sell scientology.

The registrar's motto "Show me a secret that you can't reveal and I will show you something that you need auditing for!"
So it is all about the persuasion...
 
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