Daily Archives: February 24, 2011

Casablanca Update

Casablanca turns out to be an apt name for our modest abode.  There is never a dull moment.  People scheduled months in advance are likely to meet the most fascinating folks who come through on an emergency basis.   While what people face on the other side of the Wall contain similar elements, each being and the story he or she lives and the challenges they face are unique. 

In the the past three weeks alone we have hosted four people who have informed me about being approached by OSA agents to infiltrate and disrupt our lives.  Four people in three weeks.  Four people who refused,  and made their way half way across the country to tell me about it. Now, if the subjects of four failed attempts have made it to my place in a three week span, how many attempted infiltrations and disruptions do you think OSA operatives have attempted in the past two years?   

What does all this mean?

It means David Miscavige is afraid.  Very afraid.

One of the would-be operatives was told “all you gotta do is throw Rathbun under the bus.”

I’ve got news for Miscavige, direct, not via his jive ass Western Union Messenger boys:

We don’t do bus tires. 

I’ve commented before about what it is Miscavige fears so intensely.  A lot of people have commented recently that it must be the FBI or some other government Ogre.  Again, I’ll lodge my respectful disagreement.  If you really understand this cat, I think you will find that what he fears is what it is we are about – freeing beings. 

While all this cloak and dagger dramatization plays out – making what we do more interesting and entertaining – the following is what we do.  Here are just the latest two:

Problems Release:
I realized there is no such thing as a problem.  Solving a problem comes from lack
of abundance and usually results in more problems. In fact, most people are 
defined by their problems or lack of….”trivial” or “unstoppable.”
I realized that I have always been the source of my problems.
My biggest cognition was being able to fully look at how I am constantly
trying to change people instead of ‘as-ising’ them and accepting them
as they are.  One can have a communication in order to have agreement
with someone, but one can not keep an agreement for someone else.  
I choose to be unstoppable in the face of ‘no-agreement.’
I also realized that procrastination has been the biggest source
of what I once considered problems.  I was not taking action by either 
not fully looking at the problem or choosing to simply not address the problem.
Resistance and procrastination seem to be the source that holds something as 
a ‘problem.’ I am free from problems!  
Now I get to look at what I am committed to……Period.  I am free!
– Unstoppable
Dear Marty and Mosey,

I don’t know where to begin to start thanking you for this past week. I knew I was gaining valuable insights in a short time thanks to your direction, Marty, and the auditing process, but it wasn’t until I arrived home that I’m starting to realize how profound they really are. The closest I can come to describing it is that I’m seeing everything with new eyes – my position in life, my relationships, my home – everything has been effected in a positive way.  I look forward to the days and weeks to come as I see even more revelations unfold. I can say without hesitation that those were the most significant days I have yet experienced in my life.

To be able to experience auditing in a safe and welcoming and compassionate environment enhanced the process to such a degree that I can’t imagine doing it any other way. Mosey, thank you for all the little touches that made me feel so welcome – and for the wonderful meals (although I may regret them tomorrow when I finally get back to the gym   🙂 ).You are both wonderful examples of the promise that LRH conceived all those years ago. I feel fortunate to have met you both and I consider you among the best of my friends. Please know that if you should ever need a place to stay or if there is anything at all that we can do for you, please know we will welcome the opportunity. 

I wish you the best in your own journeys. We’ll stay in touch.

– A Friend