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Field auditors sometimes join together to form Auditors Associations or Dianetics Counseling Groups, expanding their outreach to the public by giving lectures and seminars and by ministering Dianetics and Scientology services. Field auditors everywhere are united and aided by a Church organization called International Hubbard Ecclesiastical League of Pastors (I HELP). (See Chapter 22 for more information.) Alone or with others, the field auditor serves the individual, the building block of the society, contributing to his ability to improve his own life and the world around him by setting him on the path to spiritual growth and understanding.

As L. Ron Hubbard wrote, “Let a man know he is himself, a spiritual being, that he is capable of the power of choice and has the right to aspire to greater wisdom and you have started him up a higher road.”

And therein lies the true purpose of the field auditor.

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