1) To start with, my very first hours of auditing have thrown open the doors of my remote past, confirming the vague impressions I had that I had lived many lives. Up to then, such impressions had seemed quaint and irreconcilable with a rational mind, but the precision of the details and memories that auditing brought about and that I could not help but check in history books or on specific locations when feasible, made me change my views on the breadth of the life of man.
2) Training, i.e. the study of Scientology, first taught me the technology of studying. While I had always had a certain ease for studying and used to collect degrees, L. Ron Hubbards technology showed me how to get the most out of what one studies, be able to apply it and bridge over from theory to practice. I right away used this technology with my three children, who were greatly helped by it in school and are still grateful. The one I used to consider as not quite so gifted was able to catch up with his schoolmates, get ahead and is now a well-respected eye-doctor.
3) I got rid of the burden of my remote past, which conditioned my present life without my being aware of it.
4) I learned how to communicate and be at ease with anyone.
5) I learned that there is a technology of life and that it can be applied, that the mythical book of wisdom of which I used to dream as a child indeed exists (the sum of L. Ron Hubbards writings) and gives man the tools to live in a more satisfactory way while advancing on the path of spiritual freedom.
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