Scientology helped Greg Smith realize his purpose of music was based on lies

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Scientology helped musician Greg Smith realize his "'purpose' of music was actually part of some deep-seated whole track GPM and in actuality, was based on falseness and lies."

Tony Ortega: Now that Scientology has a TV and radio complex, will it air what Scientology really is?

http://tonyortega.org/2016/06/01/no...mplex-will-it-air-what-scientology-really-is/

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We have a really good example of that, and it was forwarded to us recently by one of our tipsters.

It’s an interview that Scientology itself did with one of its more enthusiastic practitioners, a Florida man named Greg Smith. (This is not the Scientologist Greg Smith in England who became a footnote recently in a Scientology lawsuit that we’re following.)

The Florida Greg Smith is a guitarist, and he works at a Scientology after-school facility for children, to help them get their first experiences in Scientology’s brand of counseling, called “auditing.”

And Greg himself, like any good Scientologist, has also been getting that counseling as he moves ever onward through L. Ron Hubbard’s esoteric teachings. In fact, Greg is being celebrated by the church as someone who has rocketed up Scientology’s “Bridge to Total Freedom” faster than most.

As for his career as a musician, at his website Greg describes himself as a smooth jazz guitarist who has performed with Scientology celebrities all over the country.

John Travolta hired Greg to coach him on guitar playing for John’s guitar debut on the feature film A Love song for Bobby Long. Greg took part in a rare Billie Holiday tribute performance by award winning actress Juliette Lewis.

This is a guy who is a real superstar for Scientology. We can’t think of someone better for the new “Scientology Media Productions” complex to feature in maybe a television spot or radio show. And to give you a sample of what that might be like, we’ve taken some material from his interview that was recently sent out to Scientologists, with some translations to help you with the Hubbard jargon.

Greg: There is a very personal win I experienced on Super Power which has changed my whole orientation as a being in relation to my whole track.

Translation: Greg paid tens of thousands of dollars to experience the “Super Power” processes that take place in a new building Scientology opened in Clearwater in 2013. During those processes, Greg learned some things about his “whole track” — the entirety of his existence, going back trillions of years. Scientologists believe that each of us are “thetans,” immortal spirits who have lived countless lifetimes in places around the universe. During the Super Power exercises, Greg experienced some kind of major revelation about his distant past on that whole track.

Greg: I have been a professional musician since 1966. I have had many of my “15 minutes of fame” as a musician and have considered my whole life that my life purpose was, to some degree, to play music.

Greg really is a talented musician. Check out a sample of his playing in this video.[1]

Greg: Mid my Super Power, this came up in full force, to the point I felt I should “drop everything else I do in life” and just go after my true purpose of music. This gave me, at first, a feeling of elation, but as this particular session progressed, the elation faded and I started to feel stronger case-wise than I ever have.

Well, who wouldn’t feel super while on a high in the Super Power building? Greg is in middle age now, but it’s never too late to be seized by the idea of dropping everything and chasing your dream. Thankfully, Scientology was there to crush Greg’s hopes.

Greg: Suddenly, I had a major cognition: this “purpose” of music was actually part of some deep-seated whole track GPM and in actuality, was based on falseness and lies.

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To Greg’s horror, he had a “cognition” — Scientology’s term for an epiphany — that he was chasing musical stardom because some evil psych, trillions of years ago, had placed that suggestion in his head. Thankfully, Scientology’s processes helped him remove it like a wart.

Greg: At first, I felt a bit dismayed, like this old burden of “music purpose” was now gone and I felt naked without it. But, then I had the rest of the cognition: who needs some old, greasy, smelly purpose from the depths of the whole track? I can still create music to my heart’s content, but I will create totally in present time and not guided by some long ago set of postulates and purposes. This was huge, and utterly changed my view of music, life, C/Sing and auditing. As a result, all my dynamics freed up megatons of free theta to direct to whatever I choose.

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[1]Video:

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLD5CD97A2F3B64B2F&v=XkvjF6buI0k[/video]
 

uncover

Gold Meritorious Patron
Now let's compare the skills of this wannabe-godlike-OTVIII-Super-Power-whole-tracked-cleaned-up-guitarist with the skills of a simple wog like Craig Chaquico:

[video=youtube;KqvFZMfixw8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqvFZMfixw8[/video]

or this "still-whole-track-psychs-mistreated" korean wog-girl:

[video=youtube;tIfls5-OnM8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIfls5-OnM8[/video]

Your choice ?

I mean, to be or not to be (a godlike-OTVIII-Super-Power-whole-tracked-cleaned-up-guitarist), THAT is the question.....
 
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Dave B.

Maximus Ultimus Mostimus
<Sigh>....the poor silly wogs when will they EVER learn that they need $cientology and OT Soopah Powaah to play guitar.


[video]https://youtu.be/ppO5HwJjPEM[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/EQGBbLBShzk[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/A3Iq0Qs0GAI[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/jBeOddejiGw[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/ss_rk-RITts[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/nQDjSGnmYBI[/video]

[video]https://youtu.be/Uy2tEP3I3DM[/video]


Being a musician is hard enough without a cult in your wallet all the time.
 

uncover

Gold Meritorious Patron
<Sigh>....the poor silly wogs when will they EVER learn that they need $cientology and OT Soopah Powaah to play guitar.
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exactly.... and here you can see what happens (to the drummer), when the whole-track-psychs-mistreatment stays unhandled and suddenly keys in:

[video=youtube;z8YF8_fcicU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8YF8_fcicU[/video]
 
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arcxcauseblows

Patron Meritorious
Scientologists like to say "on purpose" which means remove any purpose other than Scientology...

And what's the point in that?

If all there was to life was Scientology there would be no life

They have no end game that's why they say vague ridiculous goals like...

Target 2

New universe

Total freedom
 
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