Inside Scientology: The Story of America's Most Secretive Religion - The Bridge to Total Freedom and Travels with the Commodore Summary & Analysis

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The Bridge to Total Freedom and Travels with the Commodore Summary and Analysis

In "The Bridge to Total Freedom," Jeff Hawkins, the son of a wealthy advertising executive, joined the Scientology movement, as did celebrities such as Leonard Cohen, Jim Morrison, and others. Hawkins himself signed on for communications courses, where he participated in Training Routines designed to help him be more comfortable in social situations. When Hawkins' girlfriend talked of Scientology as a cult, Hawkins left her, as one of Scientology's points showed that those who were against the church were Suppressive Persons, or SPs. Hawkins took a position as a designer in the church's Publications Org in Edinburgh, Scotland. He received auditing for free, but worked every day and most nights, without time off, for little pay. Hawkins learned the ethics of Scientology, as...

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