Scientology “Super Power” Training Center

I have read both Dianetics and Scientology and I’m not crazy about Scientology but this actually makes subtle energy sense. Especially the gyroscope.

From via :

Super Power uses machines, apparatus and specially designed rooms to exercise and enhance a person’s so-called perceptics. Those machines include an antigravity simulator and a gyroscope-like apparatus that spins a person around while blindfolded to improve perception of compass direction, said the former Scientologists.

I have read both Dianetics and Scientology and I’m not crazy about Scientology but this actually makes subtle energy sense. Especially the gyroscope.

Try this, stand up and pick a spot to focus on in front of you. Then close your eyes and try to turn 360 degrees so that you end up facing the same spot. Do this slowly. It’s really not easy to do. But what if was?

The only reason I ever tried this was because I wanted to exercise my subtle body awareness. Why, you ask? Because I’m training to be a and need to be able to kill with my eyes closed and feel whenever an enemy is approaching…

I mean, there’s a whole [tag]ILP[/tag] to be developed around Hubbard’s list of 57 perceptics. Of course, I have no idea what the hell some of them are:

…Words in parentheses are his:

Timen Sight

Tasten Colorn Depth

Solidity (barriers)

Relative sizes (external)

Sound

Pitch

Tone

Volume

Rhythm

Smell

Touch (pressure, friction, heat or cold and oiliness)

Personal emotion

Endocrine states

Awareness of awareness

Personal size

Organic sensation (including hunger)

Heartbeat

Blood circulation

Cellular and bacterial position

Gravitic (self and other weights)

Motion of self

Motion (exterior)

Body position

Joint position

Internal temperature

External temperature

Balance

Muscular tension

Saline content of self (body)

Fields/magnetic

Time track motion

Physical energy (personal weariness, etc.)

Self-determinism

Moisture (self)

Sound direction

Emotional state of other organs

Personal position on the tone scale*

Affinity (self and others)

Communication (self and others)

Reality (self and others)

Emotional state of groups

Compass direction

Level of consciousness

Pain

Perception of conclusions (past and present)

Perception of computation (past and present)

Perception of imagination (past and present)

Perception of having perceived (past and present)

Awareness of not knowing

Awareness of importance, unimportance

Awareness of others

Awareness of location and placement (masses, spaces and location itself)

Perception of appetite

Kinesthesia

*Scientology’s tone scale, as defined in The Scientology Handbook: A scale which shows the successive emotional tones a person can experience.Source: Scientology 0-8, The Book of Basics, by L. Ron Hubbard.