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Denying One’s Integrity

One of the most basic truths of Scientology is that something is not true if it is not true for the individual himself. No one but the individual himself can determine whether he has been spiritually bettered from auditing. If one claims to have benefited for specious reasons such as to be better thought of by one’s friends or to have the status of having attained a higher level on the Bridge, this inevitably causes problems sooner or later. Each level of auditing builds on the earlier levels below it and if one skips through lower levels in a desire to get to a higher level, this higher level will not be achieved. This is corrected by going back and honestly completing the missed levels.

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