How Scientology's mental health ideas end up enabling the worst compulsions - 2018-05-03

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F347.png How Scientology's mental health ideas end up enabling the worst compulsions May 3, 2018, Tony Ortega, Underground Bunker

Chris Shelton and Sunny Pereira — two longtime former Sea Org members who really know the subject — today wrap up a series of discussions they've put together about Scientology and mental health.

"Scientology's Introspection Rundown was L. Ron Hubbard's supposed 'cure' for psychosis — his words," Chris tells us. "This is a long and technical video because we really get into the nitty-gritty details of some auditing methods and I think some folks will find this just as interesting as some of the finer points of the Introspection Rundown itself. I don't think anyone has gone into such detail about this before, and it will give many never-ins a better look into what actually goes on in Scientology auditing. Sunny was invaluable in helping put this together and I want to acknowledge her for her great assistance with these videos."

Says Sunny, "Not only do we cover the steps of the Introspection Rundown itself, but I end up talking about how Scientology enables compulsions, like the Dianetics quote about kissing 7-year-old girls. I also talk about what happened in Los Angeles when Lisa McPherson died at the Flag Land Base in Florida. Miscavige covered it up internally too, and not just at Flag," she says. "I hope this talk helps somehow, for someone."

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{{cite news | author = Tony Ortega | title = How Scientology's mental health ideas end up enabling the worst compulsions | url = https://tonyortega.org/2018/05/03/how-scientologys-mental-health-ideas-end-up-enabling-the-worst-compulsions/ | work = Underground Bunker | date = May 3, 2018 | accessdate = May 3, 2018 }}