By L. Ron Hubbard
Dianetics: The Evolution of a technology this is often the tale of the way L. Ron Hubbard found the reactive brain and constructed the techniques to put off it. initially written for a countrywide journal — released to coincide with the discharge of Dianetics: the fashionable technology of psychological future health — it begun a wildfire stream almost in a single day upon that book’s e-book. right here then are either the basics of Dianetics in addition to the single account of L. Ron Hubbard's trip of discovery and the way he utilized a systematic technique to the issues of the human brain.
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It produced slightly higher results than a magic healing crystal in the hands of an Australian medicine man. It seemed to do something beyond what it was supposed to do and that something beyond was bad. Here was another wild variable, a piece of the puzzle of insanity's cause. We knew WHAT Man was doing. He was surviving. Somehow; some way, he occasionally became irrational. Where did hypnotism fit into this? Why did drug hypnotism affect people so adversely at times? These people one met and worked with did seem to be trapped somehow by something which modern methods almost never touched.
The work of Pavlov was reviewed in case there was something there. But men aren't dogs. Looking back on these people's work now; a lot ofthings they did made sense. But reading their work and using it when one did not know; they didn't make sense - from which can be concluded that rearview mirrors six feet wide tell more to a man who is driving with a peephole in front than he knew when he was approaching an object. Then came up another of a multitude of the doctrines which had to be originated to resolve this work: The Selection ofImportances.
For as long as Man is rational, he is superior. When that rationality reduces, so does his state ofbeing. So it can be postulated that it is this analyzer which places the gap between a dog and a man. 54 CHAPTER FIVE IS How THE MIND WORKS Study ofanimals has long been popular with experimental psychologists, but they must not be misevaluated. Pavlov's work was interesting; it proved dogs will be dogs. Now by light of these new observations and deductions, it proved more than Pavlov knew. It proved men weren't dogs.