According to Scientology’s official FAQ page, “Dianetics technology” is “a methodology which can help alleviate unwanted sensations and emotions, irrational fears and psychosomatic illnesses (illnesses caused or aggravated by mental stress). It is most accurately described as what the soul is doing to the body through the mind.”
Created by L. Ron Hubbard, “Dianetics” is defined as “what the soul is doing to the body.” By claiming that the “technology” will help people alleviate “unwanted sensations and emotions, irrational fears and psychosomatic illnesses,” the website claims that “Dianetics technology can take you on the greatest adventure of your life, a voyage into your mind and the discovery of your true potentials.”
Eevey Tyler and Mark Tordai will join World Cult Watch with Rob Robinson to share whether their experiences with Dianetics technology created “the greatest adventure” of their lives. Among other things, they will share their views on whether Dianetics is a fraud, whether it’s a con based on some small facts, and what it is supposed to accomplish.
Eevey Tyler was in the Church of Scientology for two years and, for a brief time, was part of Scientology´s infamous para-military group the Sea Org. After she left corporate Scientology, she was part of the Freezone, also known as the Indy — or Independent Scientology — for about a year. While an Indy, her husband woke her up from the Scientology mindset. “I can safely say that I would not be the person I am today without his help. He has helped me to not only leave the cult but to leave the mindset and to heal,” Eevey says of her husband Jonnie. “I love him so much, he is my world.”
About three years ago, Eevey started writing blogs exposing Scientology. Her activism escalated when she and her husband Jonnie visited Argentina to protest Scientology. When she isn’t not fighting against Scientology, Eevey is an artist who likes to practice Spanish with her husband.
Mark Tordai graduated from film school in Toronto. Caught up in the glitz and glamor of Hollywood, he thought he could get a film career by joining the “church” of Scientology. Little did he know what it would cost him.
An articulate and engrossing speaker, Mark does not hesitate to criticize Scientology, or himself for that matter. Mark is one of the critics who works tirelessly to expose Scientology.
World Cult Watch, a weekly program that airs every Sunday night, is intended to not only offer news and information about cults, but to provide a forum where cult survivors — and those wanting to leave — have a chance to talk and receive emotional support.
Rob runs the “World Cult Watch” website, offering insight and hard-hitting stories about the teachings of various abusive and authoritarian cults. In his show and website, Rob also offers comfort for ex-cult members struggling with the guilt, grief, anger and other emotions associated with spiritual abuse.
Show Time: Sunday night, November 10, 2013, 7 Pacific / 8 Mountain / 9 Central / 10 Eastern (Additional time conversions are available at Time and Date, which offers an easy to use conversion tool. Use New York City (10 PM Eastern) as the base to compare with your local time.)
To hear the show live and participate in the web-based chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/god-discussion/2013/11/11/the-great-adventure-of-dianetics
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How typical of a christian - deny deny deny... You talk about me not showing proof just because I dont use a "scholarly" website. Your link is not sccesca_nz, Some Link
Unfortunately for you that's not a scholarly website. The hypothesis that Jesus is based upon the figures from other religions has long since been debsdd, Some Link
Yes. No question is dumb.GodDiscussion, Some Link
Im about to sound really dumb. But is Eastern time which your show is posted for 10 right, this would mean NJ rightRobin Elizabeth, Some Link
PRIORITY PROPHECY The prophecy that should take precedence in the minds of men today is, that Jesus is coming again. The most important question is, asteve finnell, Some Link
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