Blog: Getting Emotional - 2016-11-27

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F376.png Getting Emotional November 27, 2016, Mike Rinder, Something Can Be Done About It

Getting Emotional The concept that people operate at different emotional levels is nothing new, both to the layman, the social scientist, and to leaders of major religions. Joe is depressed. Sally is cheerful. John is perpetually angry. And David loves controlling bodies.

The Scientology Tone Scale is a hierarchy of human emotions ranging from Serenity of Beingness down to Total Failure. The scale is divided into two parts. The top half is comprised of those emotions displayed by a spirit plus their body. The bottom half encompasses those emotions below body death; essentially, emotions manifested by the spirit alone. LRH assigned each tone level a numeric value from 40.0 (Serenity of Beingness) to 0.0 (Body Death), and -0.01 (Failure) to -40.0 (Total Failure). LRH wrote that this numerical classification "…is not arbitrary but will be found to approximate some actual governing law of nature."


The concept that people operate at different emotional levels is nothing new, both to the layman, the social scientist, and to leaders of major religions. Joe is depressed. Sally is cheerful. John is perpetually angry. And David loves controlling bodies.