by Lana M.
There was a recent article published in Australia called “Can we love happiness? Or do we risk more sadness?”
Though the idea of constantly striving for something could result in the opposite may seem odd — there are some basic truths that underlying such an article.
If someone has a goal to be rich, the only way to assume that one has that goal is with the decision or postulate that one does not have enough money.
If someone has a goal to be famous, the starting point has to be that one is not known or unimportant in status.
And if someone has the goal to make Scientology go away, it gets even more deeply rooted. With a goal to make people leave Scientology, there is an immediate acknowledgement that there are people who are not leaving and have no desire to leave it. And lastly – efforts to drive people away from Scientology with “bad press” always have the opposite result, with people enquiring and wanting to know more about the subject.
LRH takes up this subject in many ways throughout his research.
Does anyone have an LRH reference that particularly relates to this phenomenon?