Scientology Volunteer Ministers Calm Dangerous Environment
Americans are scared about the future. The Volunteer Ministers offer hope in the form of practical tools.
"The survey was done on Democrats, Republicans and those with no party affiliation,"
Goodsell points to the 24-hour news cycle and social media as stirring up emotions even further, making the environment feel dangerous and the future uncertain.
"The good news is that something can be done about it," says Goodsell. "There are simple tools you can learn and apply to your life so that you can break out of that fear and help create a calmer environment."
The tools have been compiled in an on-line course, available at no charge through www.volunteerministers.org.
"The course is called 'Solutions for a Dangerous Environment' and includes a short video, reading assignment and practical drills so that you can put what you have learned to use," said Goodsell. "The course is based on the work of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard and is available to anyone of any faith."
"I was amazed at the calming effect the information in this course had on me," said one course graduate. "I used to worry about the news and what I read in the paper. Learning what was in this course and applying the ways to lessen the threat, I have successfully brought calm to myself and my family."
"Solutions for a Dangerous Environment"
About the Church of Scientology:
The Scientology religion was founded by humanitarian and philosopher, L. Ron Hubbard. The first Church of Scientology was formed in the United States in 1954 and has expanded to more than 11,000 churches, missions and affiliated groups, with millions of members in 167 nations. The Church of Scientology regularly engages in many humanitarian programs, such as anti-drug campaigns, human rights campaigns and global education programs. To learn more, visit www.scientology.org