Nothing could be more demoralizing. So, when I put Dianetics to use, it helped turn my life around--completely and for good.
Los Angeles, Ca (PRWEB) May 10, 2006
For weeks, the most basic approach to parenting using Dianetics principles has been making headline news worldwide--and the result is a surge of public demand for L. Ron Hubbard's bestseller, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health (http://www.dianetics.org), and its practical answers to achieving success and happiness in life.
With 56 years of relief from stress and trauma--and recent widespread accounts of mothers testifying to the success of the Dianetics-based silent birth procedure (http://www.SilentBirth.org) -- it is no mystery why Dianetics has once again sparked coast-to-coast interest in the workings of the mind and its real potential.
Since first appearing on the New York Times bestseller list soon after its May 9, 1950 release, Dianetics has repeated the feat another 98 times-an unmatched phenomenon in publishing history. Now translated in 55 languages, it has sold well over 21 million copies. In it, Mr. Hubbard isolated the single source of stress, worry, self-doubt and psychosomatic illness-the reactive mind, that portion of the mind that works on a totally stimulus-response basis, and not under the volitional control of the individual.
For Michelle Seward, getting a copy of Dianetics from her mother opened the doors to recovery after a traumatic auto accident that left her stressed to such a point she could barely get into a car. The Santa Clarita, California mother went on to take full control of her life, becoming a successful financial analyst and giving birth to a son using the principles in Dianetics. "From the start, I knew that the book held more truth than anything I had ever read," said Michelle. "I suddenly began to see what was going on with me and to understand how my mind worked.
"Because of what I've learned in Dianetics, my life is happy and content, and I can live it without getting stressed out. It goes far beyond success as a businesswoman-I am the president of a foundation for human rights and tolerance, the executive producer of a human rights album, and the president of a parents organization at my son's school," she said.
For native Tennessean Morgan Rogers, now a chiropractor in Santa Ana, California, L. Ron Hubbard's advice in the foreword in Dianetics could not ring truer. "You are beginning an adventure," wrote Mr. Hubbard. "Treat it as an adventure. And may you never be the same again."
Dr. Rogers' life-changing ordeal began last year, as he lay, immobilized, suffering from unexpected secondary effects of cancer treatment and the accompanying frustration of being unable to work. "As a professional writer, speaker and caregiver, I could not work with my hands and help others," he said. "Nothing could be more demoralizing. So, when I put Dianetics to use, it helped turn my life around--completely and for good."
Within a few weeks of starting to use Dianetics techniques, what had seemed a desperate situation was becoming a thing of the past, and soon he was on his feet and able to function once again. Now back to work in his practice, Dr. Rogers says he is "happier and healthier than I've ever been."
"Today, all of that lost hope is recovered," he said. "With the help of Dianetics, I've been able to get rid of parts of the reactive mind that had me pinned down in more ways than I had realized."
There are thousands of stories like these.
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