In Scientology, 'making it go right' is everything, even if it wrecks lives - 2021-05-02
We lived a very different life in the Sea Org, with a completely different understanding of how things were done in the "outside" world.
The following story reminds me of the nonchalant way we dealt with matters that we should have taken much more seriously. And it makes me sad to know that I was part of an organization that had this kind of affect on people. The truly sad part is that once it was over, it was no longer on my mind, or anyone else's. What mattered most in Scientology was "making it go right" so that we met statistics goals that L. Ron Hubbard had set for us. And yet what happened here had long-term consequences, and particularly on one couple that I still think about today. I hope that they did finally truly did sort things out, and not in the oddball and most bizarre "handlings" that Scientology provided, which did not help them at all.
So let me explain by first pointing out that Case Supervisors are the highly trained people — highly trained in Scientology's "technology," at least — who oversaw and directed courses of action for those public coming in for auditing (counseling) services. At the time of this story, the Hollywood Celebrity Centre had two main Case Supervisors: myself and Angie LaClaire. Sometimes one of us was busy and the other would help with that persons load of work.