Dex: In my observation, there isn’t any common or identical universal spiritual structure to our spiritual conditions and situations, or our goals and desires, or, thereby, to accomplishing our individual spiritual goals; each of us has our own unique spiritual architectures, uniquely envisioning both the desirable and the undesirable, in our own ways. Thus, your path of spiritual growth is most successfully walked by addressing your own particular spiritual architectures that oppose or impede their goals, along with your underlying goals, as and how these manifest, rather than being led through some generic series of steps or subjects.
What should person do, if he had been jumping around the Scientology “Grade Chart” as a means of spiritual growth and has lost his path in terms of the purpose? Shouldn’t the road be mapped from High Top Results down to the small steps of handling this and that?
by Dex Gelfand | Jan 9, 2016