Alex—Professional Baseball Player
Who are Scientologists? Meet Alex, a professional baseball pitcher.
“I found Dianetics,” says Alex, “and I can remember the first time I stepped on the mound and it was just quiet. And it was just like, I'm going to hit the outside of the corner, and then I would just do it.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Rusty, an art teacher from Oregon.
“I find that most people are artists,” says Rusty. “I try to get the kids to demonstrate their ability, and then I ask them what they want to do and then give them a brush and give them some paint and let them paint. I can’t imagine doing anything else.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Heidi, a nutritionist from South Africa.
“There’s not a thing that I have asked about life or relationships or anything and problems that I have not found a solution for inside Scientology,” says Heidi. “It gave me the data about personal integrity and how important it is to be one’s own best friend. I became my own best friend again.”
Keith—Motorcycle Racing Trainer
Who are Scientologists? Meet Keith, a motorcycle racing trainer.
“Motorcycles are a symbol of freedom,” says Keith. “The kinds of things that I learned from Scientology that help me do my job were very, very basic things. I got results that nobody had ever seen or heard of before. Now the school is worldwide. We’re operating in 13 countries.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Hope, a fashion stylist.
“Before Scientology I wasn’t getting along well with different kinds of people,” says Hope. “The book that really changed my life was Science of Survival...I could see why I was acting that way or why I was being that way towards others. Now I love meeting new people.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Phil, a subway engineer in New York City.
“Scientology is just about how to deal with the situations in life and since I have availed myself of this knowledge I'm able to share that,” says Phil. “There's no greater feeling in the universe than to help another person."