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S CIENTOLOGY Making the World a Better Place
Founded and developed by L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology is an applied religious philosophy which offers an exact route through which anyone can regain the truth and simplicity of his spiritual self. Scientology consists of specific axioms that define the underlying causes and principles of existence and a vast area of observations in the humanities, a philosophic body that literally applies to the entirety of life. This broad body of knowledge resulted in two applications of the subject: first, a technology for man to increase his spiritual awareness and attain the freedom sought by many great philosophic teachings; and, second, a great number of fundamental principles men can use to improve their lives. In fact, in this second application, Scientology offers nothing less than practical methods to better every aspect of our existence—means to create new ways of life. And from this comes the subject matter you are about to read. Compiled from the writings of L. Ron Hubbard, the data presented here is but one of the tools which can be found in The Scientology Handbook. A comprehensive guide, the handbook contains numerous applications of Scientology which can be used to improve many other areas of life. In this booklet, the editors have augmented the data with a short introduction, practical exercises and examples of successful application. Courses to increase your understanding and further materials to broaden your knowledge are available at your nearest Scientology church or mission. Listings are available at www.scientology.org. Many new phenomena about man and life are described in Scientology, and so you may encounter terms in these pages you are not familiar with. These are described the first time they appear and in the glossary at the back of the booklet. Scientology is for use. It is a practical philosophy, something one does. Using this data, you can change conditions. Millions of people who want to do something about the conditions they see around them have applied this knowledge. They know that life can be improved. And they know that Scientology works. Use what you read in these pages to help yourself and others and you will too. CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
ow to raise a happy, healthy child is not something most parents are taught. In fact, many just stumble through the entire process, albeit with the best intentions. Consequently, it is all too common to find an unhappy state of affairs in families, with constant friction between parents and children.
It is not a natural state of affairs. In fact, it can be avoided entirely. L. Ron Hubbard developed many methods to bring out the best in a child—and its parents. In this booklet, you will read about some of these methods and discover how to raise a child without breaking his spirit, how to have a child who is willing to contribute to the family, and how to help a child quickly get over the daily upsets and tribulations of life. Raising children should be a joy. And can be. In fact, it can be one of the most rewarding of all human experiences. The application of Scientology principles to the bringing up of children can ensure that they are happy, loving and productive, and that they become valued members of the societies in which they live.■
The child doesn’t strike back because he isn’t big enough. his health. The adult is the problem in child raising. How would you like to be pulled and hauled and ordered about and restrained from doing whatever you wanted to do? You’d resent it. A child is a man or a woman who has not attained full growth. They are. They are not controllable items. destroys the peace of the home instead. Children are not dogs. You’d half murder somebody who treated you. an adult. so that he will be in full possession of himself at all times. stable adult with love and tolerance in his heart is about the best therapy a child can have. 3 . The main consideration in raising children is the problem of training them without breaking them. You want to raise your child in such a way that you don’t have to control him. with the orders.” This “revenge” is standard child behavior. Self-determinism is that state of being wherein the individual can or cannot be controlled by his environment according to his own choice. If he had equality with you in the matter of rights. The only reason a child “doesn’t” resent it is because he’s small. A child is not a special species of animal distinct from man. not the child. his sanity. He gets your floor muddy. Upon that depends his good behavior. contradiction and disrespect given to the average child.HOW TO LIVE WITH CHILDREN he main problem with children is how to live with them. interrupts your nap. They can’t be trained like dogs are trained. and let’s not overlook the point. Any law which applies to the behavior of men and women applies to children. he’d not ask for this “revenge. In that state the individual has self-confidence in his control of the material universe and other people. A good. men and women.
toys. And he wrecks the possession on purpose about which he is so often cautioned. Doubtless.A child has a right to his self-determinism. Clothes. And through Scientology services. day after day thereafter. you can clean up your own aberrations (departures from rational thought or behavior) to a point where your tolerance equals or surpasses his lack of education in how to please you. running into the road. simply break him into complete apathy and he’ll be as obedient as any 4 . Give the child leeway in an environment he can’t hurt and which can’t badly hurt him and which doesn’t greatly restrict his own space and time. breaks his fire engine. So he has to fight the possession and the controller. What are you as an adult doing to make that child live in rooms or an environment where he can be hurt? The fault is yours. Why? Because he is fighting for his own self-determinism. must remain under his exclusive control. This “possession” is another channel by which he can be controlled. There are only two reasons why a child’s right to decide for himself has to be interrupted—the fragility and danger of his environment and you. quarters. So he tears up his shirt. some people were so poorly raised they think control is the ne plus ultra (highest point) of child raising. not his. wrecks his bed. what you are to do with it and even punish you if you failed to care for it the way the donor thinks you should? You’d wreck that donor and ruin that present. if he breaks things. The sweetness and love of a child is preserved only so long as he can exert his own self-determinism. You interrupt that and to a degree you interrupt his life. When you give a child something. He pesters you. You know you would. what he has been given. It’s none of your business. If you want to control your child. he’ll be hurt. regardless of what you think.. He breaks your things. How would you like to have somebody give you a Christmas present and then tell you. The child wrecks your nerves when you do it to him. For you work out on him the things that were done to you. He “accidentally” spills his milk. It’s not still yours. it’s his.. his own right to own and make his weight felt on his environment. There are two courses you can take. That’s revenge. etc. He cries. You say that if he is not restrained from pulling things down on himself. etc.
psychology doesn’t work.” “Man must adapt to his environment. This is a human being. The reason people started to confuse children with dogs and started training children with force lies in the field of psychology. It will be tough because man became king of the beasts only because he couldn’t as a species be licked.” “Man must be trained into being a social animal. A man is as sane and safe as he is self-determined. it’s the child of a professional psychologist. If you want to know how to control him. you’ll have a hard time of it. Sure you can. Men own dogs because men are self-determined and dogs aren’t. The psychologist worked on “principles” as follows: “Man is evil. Severe training drives him into nonsociability. The truth lies in this direction: Man is basically good. 5 . Attention to the world around us instead of to texts somebody thought up after reading somebody’s texts. name the child Rex and teach him first to “fetch” and then to “sit up” and then to bark for his food. And if you ever saw a wreck.hypnotized half-wit. He doesn’t easily go into an obedient apathy like dogs do. Of course. Only by severe aberration can man be made evil. You can train a child that way. get a book on dog training. Man must retain his personal ability to adapt his environment to him to remain sane. The actuality is quite opposite the previous beliefs. But it’s your hard luck if he turns out to be a bloodletter (a person who causes bloodshed). shows us the fallacy of these postulates.” As these postulates aren’t true.
a child who loves you. “I love them dearly. In midflight. Permit a child to sit on your lap. thoughtful of you and. to annoy and harass an enemy. He’ll sit there. In a relatively short time the treatment he gets so checks him that he revolts. unclean—anything. I also need them. But at the end of it you’ll have a well-ordered. welltrained. shelter. The transition period will be terrible. you must avoid “training” him into a social animal. you change your tactics.In raising your child. which will annoy you. to fight against. Parents seek to interrupt this out of the mistaken idea that a child is an idiot who won’t learn unless “controlled. more dignified than you are. You try to give him his freedom. This revolt can be intensified until he is a terror to have around. being their child. he’ll squirm. This means he wants to be near them. affection. clothing. naturally. thoughtless. He’ll cry. Of course you will have difficulty if this child of yours has already been trained. ordered about. has a very bad anxiety postulated. They mean food. shepherded. Instantly. He wants to love them. contented. But they mean an interruption of my ability. controlled. controlled. He will be noisy. in short. But on the other hand his parents are nonsurvival entities.” So he has to fight shy. train. my potential life. control him and you’ll lose his love. He’ll get angry. denied his own possessions. Recall now. What am I going to do 6 . You’ve lost the child forever that you seek to control and own. social child. He’s so suspicious of you he will have a terrible time trying to adjust. Do this even though he wasn’t even trying to leave. my mind. careless of possessions. Train him. His whole being and life depend upon his rights to use his own decision about his movements and his possessions and his body. His parents are survival entities. He’ll fight to get away from you. The child who is under constraint. Now put your arms around him and constrain him to sit there. control this child in general react on him exactly like trying to hold him on your lap. Your child begins by being more sociable. Your efforts to mold. Here is anxiety. handled. he was happy before you started to hold him. very important to you.
that anxiety. more or less. Oh. What terrible willpower is demanded of a parent not to give constant streams of directions to a child! What agony to watch his possessions going to ruin! What upset to refuse to order his time and space! But it has to be done if you want a well. And it will half wreck his life. I can’t live without them. about my parents? I can’t live with them. a beautiful. Abandoning the possessions of the child to their fate means eventual safety for the child’s possessions. oh. That problem. a careful. Freedom for the child means freedom for you. will be with him for eighteen years. dear. a happy. But if they also severely interrupt his decisions of his life he is given a huge problem which can cause him much worry. dear!” There he sits running this problem through his head. an intelligent child! 7 .A child needs his parents’ support for many aspects of his survival.
He has to figure out what his contribution is and then give it. bring you sticks. contribute more to a child than the child contributes back. If you don’t believe this. That finishes him. He feels insecure the moment he under-contributes. Now he will start to get anxious. The baby will show off. it isn’t his. He begins to detest his parents. Parents. Something else enters in here. A human being feels able and competent only so long as he is permitted to contribute as much or more than he has contributed to him. And that is data. naturally. They try to override this revolt by contributing more. How can a child possibly know what to contribute to you or his family or home if he hasn’t any idea of the working principles on which it runs? 8 . but only more control. If he hasn’t selected it.A Child’s Right to Contribute You have no right to deny your child the right to contribute. A little older he will dance for you. You can’t command him to mow the grass and then think that is contribution. It is a bad dwindling spiral because the end of it is that the child will go into apathy. he gets angry at the contributing source. A man can over-contribute and feel secure in an environment. those work motions in the spirit they are given. you have begun to interrupt the child’s contribution. which is to say. How did you feel? A human being will revolt against and distrust any source which contributes to him more than he contributes to it. The child revolts more. You must let the child contribute to you. those sticks. gives less than he receives. You scold him. If you don’t accept those smiles. He will do unthinking and strange things to your possessions in an effort to make them “better” for you. recall a time when everyone else brought something to the party but you didn’t. You can’t order him to contribute. try to repeat your work motions to help you. those dances. A baby contributes by trying to make you smile. He seeks to raise his contribution level. failing. As soon as the child sees this he becomes unhappy.
You can do nothing more than accept the smiles. the sticks of the very young. A child has as his goal. he may keep right on revolting. Play is necessary in order to give a reason for hard work. Give him the whole picture. He is shown to be nothing by being shown that he isn’t powerful enough to contribute. He ought to know this. annoys your guests and yells outside your window in “play. He spills milk. Education is necessary because one earns better after he has learned. He is shown he is not part of the family because he can’t contribute. So he becomes antifamily—the first step on the road to being antisocial. why grow up? Who the devil would be an adult these days anyway? 9 .A family is a group with the common goal of group survival and advancement. buys food. the dances. What is the source of his allowance? How come there is food? Clothes? A clean house? A car? Daddy works. You can actually handle a child physically to defend your rights. handed over at a store. If he’s been revolting. growing up. Part of it is a code of conduct which is invariable. He expends hours and brains and brawn and for this he gets money. But as soon as a child can understand. If an adult doesn’t have more rights. But he’ll eventually come around.” He’ll even get sick just to make you work. he should be given the whole story of the family operation. so long as he owns what he owns and can contribute to you and work for you. The child not allowed to contribute or failing to understand the goals and working principles of family life is cast adrift from the family. First of all a child needs security. What is against the law today can’t be ignored tomorrow. A car is cared for because of money scarcity. The money. Adults have rights. A calm house and care of Daddy means Daddy works better and that means food and clothes and cars. Part of that security is understanding.
Own. You’re well and enjoy life because you aren’t owned. Don’t dull them. His sense of values and reality are sharper. you’d turn into a subversive. And your child will be a fine. manage and control him. but actually. tall. Care for the child? Nonsense! He’s probably got a better grasp of immediate situations than you have. That’s what you make out of your child when you own. manage and reject and you’ll get the treatment you deserve—subversive revolt. he’s saner than you are and the world is a lot brighter. successful human being. You’d revolt. Only when he’s almost psychotic with aberration will a child be an accident-prone. Potentially. He has to be able to take care of you. parent. 10 . And you have to have patience to allow yourself to be cared for sloppily until by sheer experience itself—not by your directions—he learns how to do it well. you beatenup adult. control. not an illusion that he is. And if your revolt was quenched.The child has a duty toward you. You couldn’t enjoy life if you were shepherded and owned.
and nobody ever complained very much when he blew up something in the laboratory. The roster of World War II’s scientists practically marched from that particular school. this is a very interesting point.” He cannot be put in school and has to be sent to a military school. Such a school once existed in California and consecutively produced geniuses. He would eventually at least have to agree with the fact that it is a good thing to play an instrument. “Isn’t there anything you would like to do?” The boy said “No. “Well. Occasionally this bad boy is sent to a school which simply thinks the best way to handle such cases is to find something in which he is interested and to allow him to do it. They are going to force him in order to change him. his purity in not smoking cigars or something like that. do you get a child to do things? If you take an individual and make him play a musical instrument (as parents and schools do). without using force. and the next thing you knew the boy was an excellent chemist. Educationally. It existed then. They figured that it must have been the example set by the professor. Take. his ability to play that instrument will not improve.” The boy thought this over and decided that he wanted to be a chemist. Nobody ever sent him to a class and told him to crack a book. a “bad boy. fuss around in the lab or grounds or something and someday you may make up your mind. We would first have to consult with him as to what his ambitions are. What actually happened was this: They took a boy with whom nobody got any results and said. for example.” and they answered. and from that point on he was not himself interrupting his willingness to be a chemist.WORKING WITH A CHILD’S WILLINGNESS How then. 11 . Nobody interrupted his desire to be a chemist.
He becomes very didactic—assertive of his own rightness. and his ability will be correspondingly poor. particularly in the handling of people. Parents usually never consult the child’s willingness. They consult his havingness. coax. The way you make a greedy or a selfish child is to make him. give up things to other children. this is quite different. 12 . etc. he will get used to eating at 6:00. I’ll give you a piece of candy.” persuade. He finds out that food is there at 6:00 and so he makes up his mind to eat at 6:00. Along comes the nurse who picks him up and takes him into the other room and changes his diapers. he will never have any trouble about food. and it doesn’t really work. It is interesting to watch a child that has been around somebody who always consulted him but didn’t take very good care of him as opposed to a child who had the best of care but who never was consulted. You know the child is hungry. You provide the food and he provides the willingness. He doesn’t like it. If you don’t override that. against his will. The child will eat if he is kept on some sort of routine. If supper is served routinely at 6:00. That is psychology. the way psychologists handle situations. placing him around. She keeps on doing this to him. and you know he ought to eat. You will eventually drive him into the “only-one” category—feeling he is the only person who really matters at all. then handle it and they have a spoiled child. his ability to own or possess. He is trying to hold down the last rungs of it. never consulting his power of choice and he will eventually grow up obsessed with the power of choice.Consulting Willingness People will permit you to take things away from them if you do it gracefully and don’t upset their willingness too much. Now. A little boy is sitting on the floor playing with blocks and balls and is having a good time. and his willingness will never quite be overwhelmed. and he screams bloody murder the whole way.” You are making a horrible mistake if you proceed from that point on the basis of “Well. “Wouldn’t you like to go into the other room and change your clothes?” and the answer is “No. He has to have his way. seduce. Then somebody comes along and talks to him and says.
Either you use excellent control with lots of communication. Just letting children do what they are doing and not interfering with them and not exerting any control on them is psychology. So your commands are therefore not dangerous. Leave it alone and just talk about something else. 13 . Therefore you and he can do something. There is no other choice. He will touch the floor. You say. work. They didn’t have to change their mind. A child sometimes says “I want to stay up with you” and they insist on doing so. He will fool around for a while and after that you can just say do so-and-so and “Let’s go and eat.” One doesn’t have to use force. It’s communication that does the trick. He thinks you don’t care about him. You can talk to a child and if your degree of affection.” and he will do it. It doesn’t. exercise or do anything. Omit control from the beginning when bringing up a child and he who looks to you for a lot of his direction and control is gypped.You take one of two courses. did you? Is that a fact?” “Well. and control follows this as an inevitability. “No. However. But they respond very readily to good control and communication. consult the child’s willingness. He has found out that your commands are not necessarily going to override the totality of his willingness. you can make him do all sorts of things. “What did you do today?” “Where?” “How?” “Oh. agreement and communication with him are good. his head. People think that persuasion works with children. how about going to bed?” and the answer will be “Okay. point you out and find the table.” and he says. Kids don’t like to be mauled and pulled around and not consulted. but it certainly takes good communication to override this—not persuasion but good communication. learning of languages or the arts and abilities. as in the case with the playing of musical instruments. Go into communication with the child. You have confronted him and he can confront you. or you just let him grow. exerting their power of choice. they won’t grow or get experience in life for they didn’t change their havingness. “Well. it’s time for you to go to bed now. They are never going to be in communication with anybody.” Don’t stay on the subject.
used. In the Anglo-American civilization the 14 . Forbidding children to work. a state of mind in the teenager that the world does not want him. however. Marx ever saw in America young boys being pulled off machines dead from work and thrown onto dump heaps. and particularly forbidding teenagers to make their own way in the world and earn their own money. in general.ALLOWING CHILDREN TO WORK The basic difficulty with all juvenile delinquency is the one-time apparently humane program of forbidding children to labor in any way. usually when they were quite young. This legislation with all the good intention of the world is. directly responsible for juvenile delinquency. he rises into an apathy and does nothing about it at all. and particularly. Then with something like universal military training staring him in the face so that he dare not start a career. that their growths were stunted and that they were. Doubtless it was once a fact that child labor was abused. and legislation was enacted to prevent children from working. there was a public outcry against it. that children were worked too hard. It is highly supportive of this fact that our greatest citizens worked. Where there was an abuse of this matter. creates a family difficulty so that it becomes almost impossible to raise a family. and when he at length is faced with the necessity of making his own way in the world. he is of course thrust into a deep subapathy (state of disinterest below apathy) on the subject of work. It is highly doubtful if the infamous Mr. and creates as well. and he has already lost his game before he has begun it.
A two-. he is then against the society and desires nothing but destructive activities. And later on he will come into very definite difficulties regarding work. 15 . is suddenly saddled with certain chores. he is actively prevented from getting the sort of a job which will permit him to buy the clothes and treats for his friends which he feels are demanded of him.highest level of endeavor was achieved by boys who. and after he is made to be idle until seven. that the world has no part of him. in the main. Children. three-. had their own duties and had a definite place in the world. this child is already educated into the fact that he must not work and so the idea of work is a sphere where he “knows he does not belong. However. A child so permitted then develops the idea that his presence and activity is desired and he quite calmly sets about a career of accomplishment. is convinced that he is not wanted. are quite willing to work. eight or nine. Later on in his teens. and so he begins to feel he is not a part of the society. on farms. and the kind parent who is really fond of the children responds in the reasonable and long-ago-normal manner of being patient enough to let the child actually assist. The child who is warped or pressed into some career. Not being part of the society. from the age of twelve. the child who at three or four wants to work in this modern society is discouraged and is actually prevented from working. Now.” and so he always feels uncomfortable in performing various activities. four-yearold child is usually found haunting his father or her mother trying to help out either with tools or dust rags. but is not permitted to assist in those early years.
if nothing is said. These assists should be used in addition to those in the “Assists for Illnesses and Injuries” booklet whenever circumstances require. a young child will cry hard for a minute or so. scrapes. and run back to what he was doing. or put an arm around him. It may take a short while to train themselves not to speak when the child is hurt. For the most part. most people find themselves speaking comforting and consoling words almost before they know it. often just letting them cry out seems to be enough. scares and upsets that are often part of growing up. cut or the like. Silence need not inhibit affection. Communication is vitally important in dealing with children. In fact. smile. but it is not difficult to form the habit of remaining silent. the techniques which follow utilize communication between oneself and the child as their main therapeutic agent. Often. Childhood Injuries There are many things one can do to aid a child who suffers a minor fall. 16 . In young children. as it is in any aspect of Scientology. When a child is hurt. and then suddenly stop. This can remind the child of the whole chain of earlier injuries. And what they say is usually what they have said a hundred times before when the child was hurt.HANDLING A CHILD’S UPSETS AND MISHAPS This section provides many techniques for a parent or anyone to use to help a child recover rapidly from the bumps. The actions described below all classify as assists. The benefits for the child and the family can be considerable. Allowing him to cry seems to release the tension resulting from the injury and no assist is needed if this occurs. Parents can help a child most by saying nothing. bruises. An assist is an action undertaken to help an individual obtain relief from an immediate troublesome difficulty. if he wants to be held. One may hold the child. it is often very difficult to make the child return to the moment of injury if he has released the tension this way.
” You can take the child through it several times until he gets bored or laughs. it is usually because other previous injuries have been restimulated (reactivated due to similar circumstances in the present approximating circumstances of the past).” “What happens when you are standing on the rock?” “I slip. he will. It is usually not difficult to tell when a child is dazed and when he is not. After a child has had a few assists this way. If he still cries after the dazed period. There is nothing difficult about it. Try it this way: “Well—I was standing on a big rock and I slipped and fell. demanding to “tell about it..” (crying) “Then what happens?” “I fall on the ground. switch him to the present tense if he doesn’t tell the story in the present tense spontaneously.. When the child is no longer dazed. On older children (age five and up) an assist is usually necessary. In this case.” “Is there grass on the ground?” “No—it’s all sandy. then wait until he has recovered from the short period of lowered awareness that accompanies an injury. “What happened? How did you get hurt? Tell me about it.” (crying) “Does it hurt when you are standing on the rock?” “No..” “Tell me about it again. an assist is valuable.. and. run to the person who can administer this painless help and reassurance. upon being injured.” 17 .“Tell Me About It” If the child does not spontaneously recover after a moment or two of crying.” As he begins to tell about it. ask him.
Getting her to explain what happened can be therapeutic. 18 . Telling it to someone who’s interested will dissipate any upset and enable the child to feel better.A child who has hurt herself can be markedly assisted by communication.
Graphically illustrating what happens to a glass bottle when it drops will get the idea across better than a thousand screams of “Get away from that!” or “Put that down!” Smooth. They also use thousands of “Don’ts. it is not difficult to find ways of keeping children safe without using constant verbal restraints.” and “Control yourself” phrases. when he is obviously restimulated by something. If a child’s attention must be obtained quickly because of a potentially dangerous situation developing too far away to enable the guardian to reach the child in a hurry. Parents may watch themselves for these phrases. “Don’t do that or you’ll get sick.” “You’ll get sick if you keep on with that. unhappy and crying over something. With a little imagination and practice. when he feels rejected—in fact. when he has overheard a dramatization (a replay in the present of something that happened in the past) or someone has punished him severely or uncorked a dramatization directed toward him.” “My goodness. As much as possible. you’re certainly getting a bad cold. every time a child is unhappy or nervous for any reason or when you know that he has had a highly restimulative experience.Directing a Child’s Attention Many people habitually tell a child. Anyone who wishes to work successfully with children will cultivate these attributes.” and countless other such pessimistic suggestions. and avoid their use as much as possible.” “I just know Johnny’s going to get measles if he goes to school. They are particularly valuable in emergencies. suggestions made to a child should be positive. Remembering Asking the child to remember may be used in hundreds of situations that arise from day to day: whenever the child is fretful. calling his name loud enough to be heard will do the trick harmlessly. 19 . It is not nearly so likely to restimulate him. gentle motions and a quiet voice will go far toward averting restimulation when children are being handled.” “Can’ts. It is much better than screamed injunctions to “Stop!” “Stay there!” “Don’t do that!” and so on. when he is feeling slightly sick.
Children understand “Tell it again. of course. ‘Shut up. simply. simply have him go through it again a few times. you were sitting on the couch when Daddy says—what does he say?” Any simple phrase which will return the child to the beginning of the scene may be used. When he does so. In that case you can start with. who was talking. “I say it. When you come to the end say. a child will use one or two phrases over and over again. Often. Then ask. “Who says that?” or “Who’s saying that to you?” or “When did you hear that?” Sometimes he will insist. The more you can enter a child’s reality. and they love to tell their stories to an interested audience. when he is restimulated. Where were you when Daddy was talking?” “Tell it again. then just be simple. As you ask further questions about what was happening. the better you will be able to help him.” and he will usually start telling you about an incident. he will describe the scene graphically. breathless interest or whatever his mood and tone may be—but not to the extent of parroting. Usually a child will remember. If you cannot do it well. 20 . If the child is feeling upset (not seriously ill) you may begin by asking him when he felt this way before. widened eyes. themselves. natural and interested. But don’t croon or moan. Imitate his voice tones.The principle here is to get at the specific phrases and situations causing the restimulations. his “Yeah!” “You did!” “And then what?”—adapt yourself to his graphic mimicry. you old fool!’” or whatever the phrase is. yes. “Let’s see now. what was said. what he was doing at the time. Of course this technique can be used only after the child has learned to talk enough to give a coherent account of what he is thinking and feeling. Show affection and interest.” Or.” They love to hear stories over and over again. poor little thing!” or similar phrases. “Poor baby. how he felt. But don’t be overly sympathetic. There is no need to make this action complex. “Who else says it?” or “See if you can remember when you heard somebody else say it. To do so may tend to prompt the child to consider the injury or upset valuable in that it got him special attention and sympathy. “Tell me about it again.
21 . similar incidents can reactivate in his mind. This will discharge any trauma connected with it.When a child experiences something upsetting or traumatic. These fall away when the child is gotten to talk about the current upset. The child should be guided into relating what happened as though it were occurring in the present.
a long time ago.. or if he has been severely repressed in the past. listening in a sympathetic.One woman. try to assure him by your manner that it is perfectly all right for him to talk about it. Use of Dolls or Stuffed Animals If the father knows that the child has overheard a dramatization or has been severely punished or scolded. interested way. it may happen sooner or later. “Do you remember when I shouted at Mother last night?” If the child is not used to expressing his anger to his parents. “You said it. Even if he does not do this and. 22 .” This probably won’t happen often. “This is the mama doll. and if you let him really open up and describe the scene without condemnation.. But as the child gets the idea. And this is the papa doll. in play with him. Mummy. he runs over the scene a couple of times with his dolls or toys.” “Where were you when I said it?” “Oh. as children often do. Whatever the incident. get him to make the dolls or toys act out the dramatization. and encouraging him with a well-placed. If he simply cannot. “Yes. it may take some coaxing to get him to tell about it.and then what?” he will soon drop the pretense and begin to tell you directly what he overheard. Have the child recall the incident a few times until he laughs. he may handle this a few hours after the event by asking about it. working with her daughter. This will release him from the restimulation. was astounded when the child said. What does the mama doll say when she is mad?” Very often this will take the child right into the scene. If the child plays with dolls or toy animals you may. just go on with questioning to build up the incident. “What were you doing? Where were you? Where was I? What was Daddy saying? What did it look like? What did you feel like?” and so on. you might try to get him to play it out. I was only a little thing—in your tummy. it will lessen in intensity to a large extent. While doing so.
Overhearing an upset or fight between parents can be extremely disturbing. The child re-creates the experience with the dolls… … and any lingering upset on the child’s part can quickly fade away. A parent can help dissipate the child’s concern by getting her to use dolls to demonstrate what happened. 23 .
… What are they doing? Draw me a picture of a woman crying. The emphasis should always be on the adult who was dramatizing. If you encourage them by “Yes? And then what will you do?” or “Gee.Drawing Pictures Instead of dolls or toys.” and so on.. Anger With children who have not been inhibited in their expressions of anger against parents. let him be angry.?” “And then I say. and usually it will disappear quickly. Drawing pictures. If a child is angry. “What happened to make you feel bad?” or “What did I say to make you feel that way?” will bring out and alleviate the restimulative elements in the present situation. if you act as an interested audience and encourage them to build up the scene. and not on the child who was bad..?” or simply getting the child to make up a story about it will help. Letting a child react to a frustrating situation without further suppression seems to release the energy of the frustration and will bring him out of it more quickly than almost anything else. you may have the child draw pictures. Everyone is familiar with the violent threats children can think up when they are frustrated: “I’ll tear him to pieces and throw him in the river. But if you try to suppress it.. mimicking their parents and other adults in their dramatizations.” and so on. I’ll make them all go in a closet and lock it up and throw away the key and then they’ll be sorry. Sometimes just asking a child. Let him act out his anger. 24 .. if that happened. “Draw me a picture of a woman and a man. They will tell freely and dramatize scenes they overheard or scoldings they got. these subterfuges (deceptions) are not usually necessary. even if you are the victim. that would be something!” they will keep on for a while and then they often will suddenly pop right out of the upset and go on with what they were doing. If you watch children playing. it will grow worse and last longer. playing house with a child: “And then you say. you will often see them doing exactly that.
each time being helped by questioning about the incident. Then ask him about a pleasant memory. “What are you crying about?” After a child has told what he is crying about a few times. let him tell you about it. hold him quietly until his crying calms a little. Perhaps you will not always be successful on the first questioning. Either handle the incident that caused the crying by asking what happened and getting him to tell about it until he is laughing.Fear If a child is in fear. taking him through it several times until he is no longer frightened. and have him tell you that before leaving him. even if this takes some time. “What is the same as dark?” If he is afraid of animals. “What else are you crying about?” Actually. you can use the phrase “the same as. No words in this case. but if you continue patiently you’ll soon get an answer that will tell you an incident he has his attention on and you can help the child handle this by talking about what occurred. Grief If the child is in grief. you may ask. 25 . and when his crying has abated (become less). Stay with him and encourage him to talk about it until he is no longer afraid. and ask him about the nightmare. In asking about fears. just letting him cry until he gets out of it will often be enough. do not make him face his fear. Wake the child. a similar question will cause him to analyze his fear. giving him all the encouragement you can. If he doesn’t want to sleep alone after that. Don’t try to stop a child from crying by simply telling him not to cry.” If the child is afraid of the dark. a good way to begin is. just affection. ask him. This is particularly effective in nightmares. This is especially true if you are in close contact with him and he knows he can count on you for support and assistance. or let him cry it out while you caress or hold him.
If you can get the child’s attention long enough. Making a new game of remembering provides a constructive and pleasant way to keep a child occupied during long trips.” you can often get him out of it by diverting his attention. If none of these work. plaguing him with jerky movements and such attention diverters as. baby. feel himself moving. and pretty soon he will be cheerful again. Teach a child to relate all pleasure moments by asking him what happened when he went to the zoo or went swimming. you can sometimes free him from the dramatization by bringing him up to present time with intense physical stimulation. He may do it reluctantly at first. periods of waiting. Children naturally have a good ability to recall. you can ask him to tell you about some nice thing that happened. and he often talks spontaneously about times where he has been frightened or unhappy. which means that the particular activity he was interested in has been suppressed somehow. see the pretty watch!” and if that fails to have an instantaneous effect. he will become more cheerful quickly. as suggested. keep your voice soft and calm. hear what 26 . something which glitters. When he begins to tell you. in the case of a very young child. If you can give him something to interest him. That should be enough. Do not. If the child is fretful. “See. Tell him to feel the water.Irritableness If the child is simply fretful and “unmanageable. if he fails to do so himself. but it is valid. He is looking for something new but is unable to find it. switch him subtly to present tense. They love to talk about past moments of pleasure. by introducing a new and fascinating story or picture book or a toy or. see what is going on. however. the chances are that he is in boredom. like playful wrestling or some other vigorous exercise. A good deal of a child’s conversation is filled with the wonderful things he has done or hopes to do. jumping to some other object. This will often only confuse him. and direct his attention to one new thing. and so on. This is an old technique. but as you encourage it he will often go right into the pleasurable memory. Move smoothly and quietly. periods of convalescence. make frantic efforts to attract his attention.
27 . listen to it and have him go over it several times. adopting the child’s tone and manner if you can do it easily. Consult the end of this booklet to find a book containing these. if necessary. Give assists for minor injuries. 2.” or “Tell me about when you went to…” or “Let’s pretend we’re going to the zoo again. Use recall of pleasure moments or other techniques for bringing the child out of moments of upset up to present time. they will begin to ask for this when they want or need it. There are many more assists that can be used to help children.people are saying and the sounds around him. It doesn’t take much to get a child to do this. or let the child cry it out if that seems to be enough. Again. Enter into the tale as much as you can. 4. You can introduce the game by saying. Teach a child to remember by having him tell you past pleasure moments. the main points in dealing with a child’s upsets or injuries are: 1. telling about it fluently. 3. and always being interested and eagerly awaiting the next detail. This will help build his recall of the various things he perceived. “Let’s play remembering. As children learn how to “play remembering” and learn what it does for them.” or any other such casual phrase. Get the child to remember the last time it happened or get him to tell you in full what happened that made him unhappy. Whenever a child comes to tell you about an accident he had or something that frightened him or made him unhappy. Such care will keep the child healthier and happier. But don’t insist on a full account of the perceptions if the child is swiftly and surely recalling the incident.
it is being offered as a helpful tip to parents who seek better ways to raise healthy children. Roman troops had marched while living on a diet of barley. the slogan. total carbohydrate. But with what? Terrible tasting. Ulcers will not get well without a heavy protein diet being given. So (1) he was gotten out of the hospital. He was dying. And (3) a formula that provided him the nutrition he needed was developed and given to him. it is total carbohydrate and does not contain the protein necessary to make tissue and bone. Proper nourishment is. the baby must be given protein. The baby might be fed. When you see one of these bloated. This formula is the nearest approach to human milk that can be assembled easily. This problem was first tackled as a personal matter. fast action had to be taken to save him. And (2) it was found he wouldn’t or couldn’t eat.” Some prepared food issued at hospitals and by baby doctors has been found to upset a baby. modern babies. To make brain. alert babies that sleep well and do well. As a father with a little boy who was not going to live. A ration must contain a heavy percentage of protein. Protein is the building block for nerves and bones. And from two days old to at least three years. from around 2. 28 . That makes strong.HEALTHY BABIES An incorrectly fed baby is not only unhappy. It is a powdered mess one is supposed to dissolve in water and feed to the baby. pretty. here is something that worked. he is unhealthy. glucose and water. wounded. know that it is being fed exactly on a diet of mixed milk powder. A soldier. He had to be (1) gotten out of the hospital and (2) the trouble discovered and (3) remedied. It is an old Roman formula. high-carbohydrate powdered milk solutions. a matter of concern to any new parent. will not heal without heavy protein intake. or skim breast milk from an overworked mother. The largest cause of upset in a baby’s early life is just rations. More than that. yes. bone and tissue. “A Fat Baby Today Means a Patient Tomorrow. The total time available was less than twenty-four hours. It’s terrible. apparently. of course. Some hospitals and medicos have adopted. It only makes fat. If you ever tasted it. The formula utilized barley. Based on personal experience. you would agree with the baby.200 years ago. the cereal with the highest protein content. no less. a necessary ingredient to good health.
it’s worth it in terms of a calmer house and a healthy baby. And. You don’t feed the baby the actual barley. wet diapers. such as a pin or a piece of coal in the bed. Don’t follow the schools of (1) the baby is just willful or (2) it’s a serious illness that requires an immediate operation. This gives about the right consistency of barley water for making the formula as above. put about half a cup of whole barley in a piece of muslin. tie loosely to allow for expansion. vented pot not made of aluminum for 6½ hours in about 4 pints of water. But even so. And you have to cook barley for a long time to get barley water. only the water mixed with the milk and corn syrup. something. Use this formula and have healthier babies! 29 . And to remedy that. although you try to keep the baby on a schedule.It’s a bit of trouble. so you just have a barley pot and use only it). You have to sacrifice a pot or a small kettle to cook the barley in (it really wrecks a pot. does. Somewhere between we find the real reason. such as vitamins or cream “to make the formula more nutritious. very pink. It is slowly boiled in a covered. in the ratio as given in the formula above. of course. Do not add anything else to this formula. there is always a reason. you are foolish not to feed him or her when the baby is hungry. (In venting the pot.) Barley water will turn very. having eaten a full ration. You mix up a full twenty-four-hour batch of this barley recipe every day.” The formula is as laid out above. one allows steam to escape either through a vent built in the lid [if there is one] or by placing the cover slightly askew so there is an opening between the cover and pot. here is a formula one can use: 15 ounces of barley water 10 ounces of homogenized milk 3 ounces of corn syrup The amount of syrup should be varied—depending on the baby—some like it weak—some take it stronger. This formula can be multiplied by any number according to the number of bottles desired but the ratio remains the same. If they don’t. hunt until you find out why. Barley Formula for Babies The foremost reason a baby doesn’t do well is poor rations.6° F or thereabouts (test it by squirting some on the back of the hand to see if it’s too warm or too cool) before you give it to the baby. When a baby who shouldn’t be crying. And you heat a bottle up to 98. and you may forget and it burns. To make the barley water. A baby. bottle it in sterilized bottles and put it where it will remain cold. usually sleeps for hours anyway.
HOW TO PREPARE THE BARLEY FORMULA 1. 10 ounces of homogenized milk. 10 OZ. Put about half a cup of whole barley in a piece of muslin. Tie it loosely to allow for expansion … 6 ½ hours 3. 3 ounces of corn syrup. 15 OZ. MILK Corn Syrup BARLEY 2. 3 OZ. MILK HOMOGENIZED MILK CORN SYRUP BARLEY WATER 30 . Mix the formula using a ratio of: 15 ounces of barley water. … and place it in the pot containing 4 pints of water. 5. 4. Boil slowly for 6½ hours with pot slightly vented so steam can escape.
Heat a bottle to 98. 98. BARLEY FORMULA Put about half a cup of whole barley in a piece of muslin. Squirt a few drops on your hand to ensure neither too hot nor too cold.6° F (body temperature). Mix the formula in a ratio of: 15 ounces of barley water 10 ounces of homogenized milk 3 ounces of corn syrup 31 . Tie loosely.6. Then give it to the baby. Keep the formula cold until feeding time.6° F 7. Boil slowly for 6½ hours in about 4 pints of water. 8.
but in the end there will be an unequaled sense of accomplishment.CREATING TOMORROW’S SOCIETY Working with children can be a fascinating adventure. healthy members of the society. The person who applies insight and patience along with his skill in applying the knowledge and techniques laid out in this booklet will be rewarded by seeing children progress to become cooperative. of having done something really worthwhile for the advancement of future generations. The task may seem impossible and heartbreaking at times.■ 32 .
” having the child relay his story in present time if he doesn’t do this spontaneously. “Tell Me About It. Write down five examples of actions a parent could do or things he could say which would direct a child’s attention and keep him safe without using constant verbal restraints. 33 . Describe the circumstances you would encounter and what you would do to allow the child to contribute in that circumstance. Applying the material in this booklet. “Handling a Child’s Upsets and Mishaps” to accomplish this result. Use the techniques found in the booklet section. Write down an example of how a child can contribute to you. Carry out the steps to handle the child until he gets bored or laughs. Using the data you read in this booklet.PRACTICAL EXERCISES The following exercises will help you understand this booklet and increase your ability to deal with children better. Improve a child’s memory by having him tell you past pleasure moments. what were the results and how would the materials of this booklet have been applied instead? Then observe someone else handling a child and do the same as you did in the first example. consult a child’s willingness and get him to do something you need or want him to do. Notice if the person tries persuasion or force to get a child to do something against his will. Apply the data in the section. Then. Carry out the steps to handle the crying child until he gets bored or laughs. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Observe someone handling a child. locate and handle a child who has hurt himself and does not spontaneously recover. If so. do this again— thinking of another example of how a child could contribute to you and how you would handle the circumstance. Handle a child who is crying until he stops crying. Ensure you apply the data about saying nothing when the child is hurt.
” By using this wisdom. The examples below demonstrate that even when she was a small child. naturally wanted to do the correct thing. She loves being a works and how mishandling children can mother now and I believe that this has be handed down from one generation to A 34 . the availability of drugs in our schools. I also got her children can be a joyful and rewarding to see that she was very able and experience. raising child. children and also decided to have one of her own. her when she was a child and also got her to look at how she could do this with her woman married a man who had three stepchildren and she brightened up a lot. She started enjoying the a child.1% Age 6 Parents pass the benefits of using Scientology on to their children.6 % Other 15. It isn’t easy for parents or for their children.6 % Age 4 All of the Scientology principles AT WHAT AGE DID YOUR CHILD BEGIN TO READ? which apply to adults also apply to children. I asked people can indeed bring up children who her how she would have responded if are able to survive and be happy in this someone had actually communicated with sometimes confusing world. the high divorce rate. The demands of work and finances. who had previously mishandling these children in much the not liked or wanted children. Since this time she allows her “I had just learned some of Mr. but there is also an entire body of work that the next. children to communicate to her and be the Hubbard’s discoveries of how the mind individuals they are. 20. children. 24. FOSTERING LITERACY 12.9 % Age 5 Yet the technology of how to raise happy children does exist. And it has been used by thousands of parents and others to change lives.1% Age 3 26. I sat my specifically addresses these men and sister down and went over with her how women who have not “attained full she had been ignored and mistreated as a growth. as can be seen in these figures which show the vast majority learn to read much earlier than the normal age of six. the failing educational system all contribute to an unstable family environment.RESULTS FROM APPLICATION It isn’t easy to raise children well in today’s busy and pressured society. So with these basics. to which she agreed. Her sister saw that she was After that my sister. changed same way as she had been mishandled as dramatically.
I made a good impression. My wife and I have never required that he be concerned about these things. His parents didn’t know what to do to handle him except to send him to his room. day and night. is that my son has a real interest in keeping his possessions in order and cared for and he often comments on other people (adults as well) who don’t. At the end of a week he began sleeping through his night feeding time. The secret of accomplishing this lies in applying the data and is actually what you don’t understand.” mother living in Auckland. This would continue at the dinner table. I went home determined to try it out. not what your child doesn’t understand. I was so thankful for the extra rest! I later discovered he was cutting teeth—he cut all of them without crying. He said: “I felt I owed my child a parent who didn’t pass on the ‘family traditions’—bad habits of child raising. “One day I was in our local Scientology church and picked up an article by L. which is observable not only to me but to other parents. New Zealand. You would be remiss in your duties as a parent if you didn’t read and use this technology. not to mention the lives of her children. a father in Los Angeles decided to use this data in the raising of his son. I knew I would fall into the rut of a parent with not enough understanding if I didn’t do something about it. was quite frantic about her first baby as he cried every few hours. The difference that it made. yelling and fussing about where to sit and so forth. but really it was just applying L. One of his recommendations was to feed a baby with Applying L. ‘Please pass the salt’ with a smile at the dinner table. I applied the datum that in such circumstances there is a specific thing wrong and one must hunt to find out what it is. as I went on to feed our other two children the same way. Ron Hubbard’s technology. I found out that since he had started school. So I studied L. Ron Hubbard’s data so that I could give my son a proper upbringing.” aving studied what L. he had no longer been taking naps in the afternoon and he was exhausted at the end of the day. In two days my son had settled down to sleeping between feeding times. Diaper rash and upset stomachs were unknowns in our home and he grew so strong that he began walking at seven months. where he was really unpleasant to be around and would upset the rest of the family. lovable five-year-old boy who eagerly talked about what he did at school and said. but on the way home each day would fight with his brothers in the car. So I moved his bedtime to earlier and in a matter of days he was a most charming. The results were very worthwhile. Ron Hubbard about how to have healthy babies. To his parents this was a miracle. Ron Hubbard’s data about a barley formula which was given in the article. Ron Hubbard wrote about raising children. This only resulted in the yelling coming from the room until he tired out.” handling small children to the life of a young boy. I can honestly say that the barley formula not only had a calming effect on our son but upon the whole household.made her life much happier.” H A 35 . a nanny brought about a remarkable change: “The little boy loved being at school. The family doctor said the child was in good health and could not account for the crying.
meaning “the word or outward form by which the inward thought is expressed and made known. restimulation: the reactivation of a memory of a past unpleasant experience due to similar circumstances in the present approximating circumstances of the past. The word is also used in its scientific sense. Aberration is opposed to sanity. aberrare. errare. Reality is fundamentally agreement. to some other point. Ron Hubbard which can help alleviate such ailments as unwanted sensations and emotions. reality: that which appears to be. or conduct not supported by reason.” Thus. a man sees a horse but thinks he sees an elephant. The ability to confront is actually the ability to be there comfortably and perceive. assist: a process which can be done to alleviate a present time discomfort and help a person recover more rapidly from an accident. and finally arrive at B. present time: the time which is now and becomes the past as rapidly as it is observed. to make mistakes. universes and other life. to some other point. It is the study and handling of the spirit in relationship to itself. to some other point. which would be its opposite. then if it is aberrated it would go from A to some other point. ab. Latin. self-determinism: that state of being wherein the individual can or cannot be controlled by his environment according to his own choice. Dianetics: comes from the Greek words dia. for example. communication: an interchange of ideas across space between two individuals. havingness: the feeling that one owns or possesses. Ron Hubbard. Scientology: an applied religious philosophy developed by L. which means “know” and the Greek word logos. It means departure from a straight line. irrational thought or conduct. to wander from. meaning “soul. to wander. It means basically to err. The word Scientology comes from the Latin scio. From the Latin.GLOSSARY aberration: a departure from rational thought or behavior. confront: to face without flinching or avoiding. to some other point. Scientology means knowing about knowing.” Dianetics is a methodology developed by L. If a line should go from A to B. illness or upset. it would also mean the lack of straightness or to see crookedly as. the degree of agreement reached by people. What we agree to be real is real. It is most accurately described as what the soul is doing to the body through the mind. Aberrated conduct would be wrong conduct. 36 . irrational fears and psychosomatic illnesses. In that state the individual has self-confidence in his control of the material universe and other people. or more specifically to have fixed ideas which are not true. It is a term loosely applied to the environment existing in now. meaning “through” and nous. away. Taken in this sense. it can also be described as the concept of being able to reach or not being prevented from reaching.
Ron Hubbard in no way constituted an end. engineering and the then new field of nuclear physics—all providing vital tools for continued research. not cease his research. he entered the United States Navy as a lieutenant (junior grade) and served as commander of antisubmarine corvettes. and as breakthrough after breakthrough was carefully codified through late 1951. books and writings. By the age of nineteen.■ 37 . Nebraska on March 13. Returning to the United States in 1929. Yet the passing of L. he had traveled more than a quarter of a million miles. RON HUBBARD orn in Tilden. All told. 1911. Ron embarked upon a literary career in the early 1930s. After five more years of intensive research. Through application of his theories on the mind. Ron Hubbard’s works on Scientology and Dianetics total forty million words of recorded lectures.ABOUT L. 1986. India and the Philippines. Residing variously in the United States and England. With the advent of World War II. his continued research brought forth solutions to such social ills as declining educational standards and pandemic drug abuse. and soon became one of the most widely read authors of popular fiction. Ron resumed his formal education and studied mathematics. Yet never losing sight of his primary goal. these constitute the legacy of a lifetime that ended on January 24. Together. L. there is no aspect of man’s existence that L. he was diagnosed as permanently disabled by 1945. for with a hundred million of his books in circulation and millions of people daily applying his technologies for betterment. examining the cultures of Java. Ron Hubbard’s subsequent work did not address. To finance that research. it can truly be said the world still has no greater friend. Because Scientology explains the whole of life. Ron’s discoveries were presented B to the world in Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. he was not only able to help fellow servicemen. he continued his mainline research through extensive travel and expeditions. Dianetics ushered in a new era of hope for mankind and a new phase of life for its author. however. He did. his road of discovery and dedication to his fellows began at an early age. but also to regain his own health. however. Left partially blind and lame from injuries sustained during combat. The first popular handbook on the human mind expressly written for the man in the street. the applied religious philosophy of Scientology was born. Japan.
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