Nick—Chartered Management Accountant
Who are Scientologists? Meet Nick, a chartered management accountant from England.
Who are Scientologist? Meet Mike, a father from the United Kingdom.
“As a dad, my personal view is that the choices your children make are their choices and not yours. I feel it is my duty to help and support them in what they want to do. The basic principles in Scientology really struck a chord with me. I did a communication course, it really gave me the tools to be able to communicate my ideas. That’s the sort of stuff that I use in my daily life with my family, it’s helped them, we have a good time.”
Nicky—Audiovisual Artist and Producer
Who are Scientologists? Meet Nicky, an audiovisual artist and producer from England.
“To be a Scientologist means for me that I am myself,” says Nicky. “That might seem like a vague concept but it’s actually a really profound one. I’ve been able to really determine my own course of life instead of feeling like a leaf being blown around or swayed around. I can really decide what I want to do and put that into practice. I can actually say I’m a happy person.”
Assaff—Motion Control Engineer
Who are Scientologists? Meet Assaff, a motion control engineer from England.
“Scientology allows me to feel confident in what I do,” Assaff 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.”
Antony—Legal Services Company Owner
Who are Scientologists? Meet Antony, a legal services company owner from England.
“My favorite course, one that was life-changing, was about the Scientology Study Technology. It just opens doors,” says Antony. “In my job I deal with the law—and I can’t even imagine what it would be like to try and deal with that subject without having the tools I’ve got from Scientology Study Technology.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Jenny, a mother from England.
“Being a Scientologist has helped me tremendously as a mother,” says Jenny. “I’m not constantly involved in my own worries or I’m not stuck in my head. I’m able to really play with my children. When I’m with them, I’m really with them.”