The groundbreaking writings of L. Ron Hubbard illuminated on film.
An original series featuring L. Ron Hubbard’s key observations and his groundbreaking discoveries on the human mind and other timeless articles vividly brought to life and narrated from the author’s own writings. Insights from the author include his reflections on honesty and personal integrity. Learn how his deeply held conviction—that Man’s accumulated knowledge and wisdom should be openly shared for the benefit of all of humanity—led to his founding of Scientology, the world’s youngest major religion.
What is the true source of happiness and how can you overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of achieving it? L. Ron Hubbard’s Is It Possible to Be Happy? presents the answer to that question. This is the only essay Mr. Hubbard ever recorded, originally presented on radio and now brought to life on film in his own voice.
“I like to help others and count it as my greatest pleasure in life to see a person free himself of the shadows which darken his days.” L. Ron Hubbard’s My Philosophy brings to light his deep personal belief that despite those who would corrupt the truth, wisdom must be shared with all humanity.
Confusion, upset, chaos and destruction. These disturbing elements in society can make the world feel overwhelming and full of danger. L. Ron Hubbard’s The True Story of Scientology is a revealing essay about the philosophy that launched a worldwide movement and the motives of the powerful forces that profit from distorting the truth.
Honor. Truth. Nobility. In this decisive essay L. Ron Hubbard goes beyond the obvious to explain the true meaning of integrity, revealing that “What is true for you is what you have observed yourself.” Mr. Hubbard explains why having the courage and confidence to observe and believe in your personal truth is so important to your own integrity.
Conflict or tolerance, cooperation or opposition, love or hate—such are the questions of both daily living and international affairs. When subjected to hatred, what then is the solution to one’s own happiness? In answer to that question is L. Ron Hubbard’s timeless article, What is Greatness?
What is the single, hidden element found behind every conflict—whether strife among family members, or wars between nations? The Third Party Law presents L. Ron Hubbard’s compelling examination into the hidden cause of conflict and precisely how to identify it.
“Man cannot be free while there are those amongst him who are slaves to their own terrors.” In his revolutionary essay L. Ron Hubbard explores the very nature of freedom and the ongoing battle between those who seek it and those wishing to destroy it for their advantage.
In a time of growing divisiveness, combating the world’s haters, bigots and liars, starts with identifying them. This film presents L. Ron Hubbard’s resounding treatise on the destructive nature of the Anti-Social Personality and the critical importance of the Social Personality in safeguarding society—and how to distinguish the characteristics of each.
In this piercing and forthright essay L. Ron Hubbard not only answers the question, “What is Scientology?” but also spells out the need for spiritual technology. “In your hands, with Scientology, you can remake yourself and remake your fate and luck and rise up from the ashes of misdeeds with new life.”
Scientology is a religion not based on faith, but rather the practical application of a precise technology. In this definitive essay, L. Ron Hubbard reveals the origins of Scientology and outlines the many ways spiritual decline can manifest itself as physical decline, declaring “The only truly therapeutic agent in this universe is the spirit.”
The Aims of Scientology is a foundational essay describing the religion’s goal for individuals and society to advance to higher states of being—“A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where Man is free to rise to greater heights.”
The March 12th, 2018 launch of the Scientology Network, introduced by Mr. David Miscavige in this one-hour special.