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FIELD AUDITORS, AND DIANETICS AND SCIENTOLOGY GROUPS

Auditing at the Grass Roots

When asked to describe a time when life seemed most fulfilling, a great many people will give the same answer: when they were able to help someone in a time of genuine need, whether a friend, family member, even a complete stranger.

Most would offer help more often – if they knew what to do, or felt confident that they could do it correctly. For many field auditors, this explains perfectly their dedication in pursuing their calling.

Each day, field auditors give new hope to the lives of those in their community. They audit, provide marriage counseling, help resolve drug habits, and in everything they do, help to make life less difficult for those they meet.

Field auditors exist all over the world – from the busiest cities to some of the most remote extremities of society. For many people, the field auditor is their first contact with the Scientology religion, and his ministry their first step on the Bridge to Total Freedom.

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