Nashville, TN (PressExposure) July 26, 2012 -- Pain, painful emotions, sadness and grief can last a lifetime. But do they have to? Why does an event that took place in 1982 still affect a person in 2012? Isn't there something that can be done about it? For the past three years, Middle Tennesseans have been finding answers to these questions and more. And what's better, they have been trained in highly effective techniques to resolve those conditions. It's all happened at the Hubbard Dianetics Foundation, a department within the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville.
The Hubbard Dianetics Seminar is based on the bestselling self-help book Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health and takes just a weekend to complete. In the seminar, attendees learn how the mind contains a hidden influence that will cause individuals to feel grief and pain long after the reason for which they first arose. The techniques of Dianetics were developed by L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and '40s, and first broadly issued with the publication of Dianetics in 1950.
And though Dianetics is over sixty years old, this Dianetics seminar is new. It features the new video series "How to Use Dianetics," consisting of 18 short films which illustrate specific Dianetics principles and techniques. With these films, people new to the subject can easily learn what to expect from a Dianetics session and how to help another using this technology. "It is incredibly rewarding to see people complete this service," says Rev. Brian Fesler, pastor of the Nashville Church. "The grief and suffering they come in with is gone when they leave."
"Those attending the seminar get a chance to receive the benefits of Dianetics, and also learn how to apply it. They can go home and continue working with each other or help their family," says Fesler. Supervised by trained Dianetics specialists, the seminar participants gain first-hand experience resolving the difficulties and pain that occur naturally in life.
The two-day Dianetics seminar is offered every weekend at the Church of Scientology Celebrity Centre Nashville at 1130 8th Avenue South.