The Hubbard Dianetics Seminar, offered by the Nashville Church of Scientology each weekend, has been revamped and is giving people answers to stress that they could never find before.
In 2009, the Dianetics Seminar was released on an international scale with new audio-visual components that not only make it easy to understand and apply, but break down to such an ease that all one has to do is watch.
Nashville’s Church of Scientology has offered the seminar each weekend since that time with rave success.
“It’s not so easy any more to find real help,” says Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the Nashville Church of Scientology. “The Internet is flooded with offers that don’t live up to the promise. People are betrayed by ‘professionals’ who take their insurance money and send them away. It’s time for someone with real answers and effective results to step up to the plate. That’s why we’re here.”
The Church in Nashville has launched an awareness campaign to let Middle Tennesseans know the seminar is open to the public. According to the book What Is Scientology?, the Church of Scientology is “all-denominational” and members are free to attend any church, synagogue, mosque or other place of worship of their choice while also taking classes or attending the seminars.
The Hubbard Dianetics Seminar is based on the bestselling self-help book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health and takes just a weekend to complete. It features the video series “How to Use Dianetics,” consisting of 18 short films which illustrate specific Dianetics principles and techniques. In the seminar, attendees learn how the mind contains a hidden influence that will cause individuals to feel grief and pain long after the reasons for which they first arose.
“People are getting amazing results at this seminar. And what’s more, they have skills they can continue to use at home and with friends and family,” says Fesler.
The two-day Dianetics seminar is offered every weekend at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville at 1130 8th Avenue South. For more information, visit www.dianetics.org or call the Hubbard Dianetics Foundation at 615-687-4600.