An app designer from Uganda, a producer from Venezuela, and a dancer from the US are some of the people featured in these short profiles of people around the world who credit Scientology for making a significant and positive impact in their lives.
Meet Federico, an audiovisual producer from Venezuela. “I see Scientology as my compass,” says Federico.
Meet Julie, a dancer from the United States. “Scientology means to me a way of life, a way of living, a way of seeing the world,” says Julia.
Meet Anita, an app designer from Uganda. “Before Scientology I really had a very hard time in life,” says Anita.
Meet Jeremiah, a home inspector from the United States. “Scientology has given me the tools to be able to pull off a big win,” says Jeremiah.
Meet Ray, a grandfather from Australia. “Studying Scientology just puts you in charge of yourself,” says Ray.
Meet Louise, a musician from Denmark. “Scientology gave me much more self-confidence,” says Louise.
Meet Yuriy, an internet marketer from Russia. “For me, Scientology is a source of knowledge,” says Yuriy.
Meet Cameron, an illustrator from the United States. “Scientology helped me through a problem I went through a few years ago,” says Cameron.
Meet Vicente, a naturopathic nutritional expert from Spain. “I could be in a very bad situation and conditions in my life if I didn’t discover Scientology,” says Vicente.
Meet Cheryl-Anne, a mother from the United States. “Before Scientology I actually had a lot of concerns about being a mom,” says Cheryl-Anne.
Meet Sydnie, a student from Canada. “To be a Scientologist—it’s very freeing,” says Sydnie.
Meet Glenda, a singing teacher from Australia. “I was lucky enough to chance across Scientology when I was 22,” says Glenda.
Meet Brian, an electrical contractor from the United States. “Scientology helps me with running my business,” says Brian.
Who are Scientologists? Meet Gaelle, a motorcyclist from France. “Scientology means to me freedom because you are not stuck in the problems anymore,” says Gaelle.
Who are Scientologists? Meet Ali, an owner of a plumbing company in Canada. “I first discovered Scientology when I was 16 years old,” says Ali.
Meet Kristina, a mother from Russia. “To be a Scientologist is first of all to be honest with oneself,” says Kristina.
Meet Jeremy, a chief operating officer from Canada. “The main thing that Scientology has done to help me with my job,” says Jeremy.
Meet Alejandro, a service technician from the United States. “Scientology to me is like a tool. It means a lot to me because it has changed different things in my life,” says Alejandro.
Meet Juan, a clarinetist from Costa Rica. “Scientology is a series of tools for life,” says Juan.
Meet Andrea, a writer from Australia. “Scientology to me means freedom,” says Andrea.
Meet Karla, an actress from the United States. “I did this course called Personal Values and Integrity,” says Karla.
Meet Jozsef, a gardens planner from Hungary. “Scientology helps me in my work to coordinate my daily actions,” says Jozsef.
Meet Tiffany, a mother from Taiwan. “Scientology is the tool for me. There is a lot of technology and then courses,” says Tiffany.
The March 12th, 2018 launch of the Scientology Network, introduced by Mr. David Miscavige in this one-hour special.