Mr. Hubbard’s discoveries and developments related to overts and withholds have, for the first time, opened the door to relief from the burden of one’s transgressions, full recovery of personal integrity and greatly increased freedom and survival potential. The materials listed below contain much additional data on overts and withholds, and should be studied by anyone who intends to use it to help others.
Introduction to Scientology Ethics
There exist in today’s society major confusions on the subjects of ethics, justice and morals. Introduction to Scientology Ethics contains the simple and sensible answers to these confusions. Covering the fundamentals of the Scientology ethics and justice systems, the book is invaluable for improving your own life and the lives of others around you.
Personal Values and Integrity
Personal integrity plays a key role in living a happy life. Pressures from society can compromise that integrity and deny you real happiness. The Personal Values and Integrity course gives you the straight facts on determining your own values and keeping your personal integrity high despite the stresses of today’s world. Here is knowledge to increase your ability to live and be happy while remaining true to yourself. (Delivered in Scientology organizations.)
State of Man Congress
This series of nine lectures by Mr. Hubbard, recorded in 1960, contains his initial breakthroughs on the subject of overts and withholds. He expands upon the materials contained in this chapter, covering the relationship of overts and withholds to survival, responsibility, recovery of one’s true identity and the restoration of creative abilities. Other topics discussed include how different forms of governments function and the application of Scientology to society.
The Overt-Motivator Sequence
You Can Be Right
Suggestions for Further Study
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