Assaf—Motion Control Engineer
Who are Scientologists? Meet Assaf, a motion control engineer for the film and TV industries.
“Scientology allows me to feel confident in what I do,” Assaf explains. “It wasn’t that I was incapable before. It just made me more able to do what I want to do. What I’ve learned is how to control the physical universe around me so I can make it do what I want.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Nadia, a make-up artist working in London.
“I’ve learned a lot of things from Scientology,” says Nadia. “A lot of how to be honest and true to myself. I know myself and it’s a good feeling. I know that I do well and I do the best I can. And I feel good about myself because of that.”
Fraser—Art Gallery Owner
Who are Scientologists? Meet Fraser, an art gallery owner in London.
“Each person sees each piece differently,” says Fraser. “Last year was highest ever sales. This month is highest ever sales. My success just went so far up. Scientology has changed my life. I use it all the time and it always works."
Who are Scientologists? Meet Sophii, a ballet, tap and modern dancer from England.
“Now that I'm doing Scientology,” says Sophii, “I find that I'm so much more relaxed and stress-free in life that it just enables you to set your sights high as well as reach your goals and be confident."
Anna—Mother & Illustrator
Who are Scientologists? Meet Anna, a full-time mother, part-time illustrator.
“Scientology definitely provided me with help in my parenting abilities,” says Anna. “You’ve got this balance you have to maintain of helping your children, channeling them a little bit, but not restricting them. Scientology has given me the tools to do that.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Marc, a medical inventor who developed the world's first auto-disable syringe, to combat needles as a major transmission route for HIV/AIDS.
“Using the tools in Scientology,” Marc says, “has allowed me to reach out and get in touch with people that you would normally think wouldn't be possible. And the results of that is that we've saved over five million fatal transmissions occurring."