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In Scientology, each individual is expected to reach his own personal conclusions regarding the eight dynamics, including the Supreme Being, through the religious practices of auditing and study of Scientology scripture. Thus, an individual’s understanding as to his relationship with the Supreme Being is developed over time as he comes to understand and participate more fully in each of the preceding seven dynamics.

This is a necessary approach for, in Scientology, no one is asked to accept anything on faith. Instead, everyone is expected to test knowledge for themselves, on a purely personal level. Knowledge will be true for someone only when that person actually observes it and determines that it is true according to his own observation.

Thus by following the Scientology religious path, each person’s relationship with the Supreme Being is on a truly personal, individual level.

That is why, according to L. Ron Hubbard, “when the seventh dynamic is reached in its entirety one will only then discover the true eighth dynamic.”


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