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L. Ron Hubbard's Lectures 1960-12 Anatomy of the Human Mind Congress

1960-12 Anatomy of the Human Mind Congress

October 13, 2012    
 
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L. Ron Hubbard

Anatomy of the Human Mind Congress

December 1960 -- January 1961, 5 lectures.

This was the Congress when Ron released his latest development to introduce people to their minds, with Reality, through the Anatomy of the Human Mind Course. A longstanding difficulty with Dianetics and Scientology was how to demonstrate the parts of the mind with the same level of reality as an engineer can demonstrate a mechanical process or a chemist can demonstrate a chemical reaction. The AHMC solved this and Ron explains how the course communicated the mental and spiritual phenomena of life with the same solidity as the physical sciences. Potentially, this opened the first gate to an understanding of the nonphysical part of a person and thus to increased reality of Dianetics and Scientology. The lectures involve lively and entertaining demonstrations of the various parts of the anatomy of the mind.

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I love LRH lectures and would recommend other sets to a friend over this one, but if somebody has this set already I would still say he should listen to them.
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Reviewed by John Nunez November 13, 2012
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Was expecting more anatomy

I love LRH lectures and would recommend other sets to a friend over this one, but if somebody has this set already I would still say he should listen to them.

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Short lecture series with some interesting data.
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The biggest thing I remember was feeling that the name of the set is misnamed. Not enough information on the anatomy of the human mind.

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