Who are Scientologists? Meet Fiona.
“I’m doing what I want to do and the rewards from that are amazing. I really, truly love seeing my graduates and hearing where they are around the world and the impact they are having. They go out from here knowing they can help someone else.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Guy, a skydiver from Sydney, Australia.
“Skydiving is a very safe sport, but it can also be very dangerous,” says Guy. “What Scientology has enabled me to do is to keep myself ethical about the way I skydive. And by doing that, after 30 years of skydiving, I've never had an accident and certainly don't intend to."
Who are Scientologists? Meet Oliver, an author from Australia.
“Scientology means a lot to me—everything to me, really. Because I wouldn’t be the same person I am without it.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Julian Dirou. “I noticed something different about these people,” Dirou remembers. “The Scientologists were super friendly, super nice—and they seemed to understand something.”
That “something” was a smoother means of communicating—a skill that had long eluded him. He started his Scientology training with a course that helped him understand and master the components of communication.
“When I was finally able to communicate properly, I was then able to successfully start my own business, grow that business, talk to my future wife, have children, help my children—different things that I wanted to do.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Paul, a karate instructor from Australia.
“I’ve been teaching karate for 30 years,” says Paul. “I love seeing the children when they go out, or I like seeing anybody going out that door with a smile on their face and knowing that they’ve improved their life in some way. There’s nothing better than that.”
Bernie—Art and Framing Gallery Owner
Who are Scientologists? Meet Bernie, owner of an art and framing gallery from Melbourne, Australia.
“When you're dealing with customers,” says Bernie, “the ability to listen to people and to be able to acknowledge them properly, handle originations and things they've got on their mind that might trouble them—all of that communication skill is very important."