“We’ve been hosting weekly seminars for the Hubbard Dianetics Foundation for several years now,” says Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the Nashville Church of Scientology. “Our staff are very in tune with the mind, and know how to deliver the information so attendees get it.”
The book “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health” is an in-depth look into the full realm of data about the inner workings of the mind. “People can take a course on this matter and learn more about the mind in a weekend seminar on Dianetics than four years of college,” says Fesler.
The book was first published on May 9, 1950, sparking a movement with newly forming Dianetics groups popping up across the country to use its techniques to better themselves, family and friends. Today, 63 years later, its impact is still felt around the world. The counselors of Dianetics are called “auditors” from the Latin word audire which means “to listen.” Auditors are trained in the subject of Dianetics to listen and, with precise questions, direct someone to uncovering the reason for life’s troubles.
For more information on Dianetics or auditing, visit dianetics.org or call the Foundation at 615-687-4600.