Leah Remini Investigates Scientology , Mental Health And Covid Within The Controversial Church

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Leah Remini Investigates Scientology , Mental Health And Covid Within The Controversial Church

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  • Bell - Ragland Laura says:

    I love Leah how she came out and have the courage to go up against them. That really nobody else has ever had the balls to do..

  • Karen Willis says:

    Leah you are one amazing lady. My bread and butter is mental health I work there and live with it too. What a tragedy Elvis grandson dying from suicide. The anguish people struggling with untreated addiction and mental health issues is shocking. A large organisation such Scientology have a duty of care to their members. Suppressing their thoughts and emotions comes close to slavery.

  • Nick M says:

    Any religion that teaches you not to think rationally and to put ideology over science is a cult, even if they use the word “church” to cover it up.

    Also, there’s a word for people who have no subconscious or intuitive thought, they’re called psychopaths. They remain trapped in an alpha state at all times like a robotic soldier, which makes them irrational because they see everything in black and white; They’re always right and anyone who contradicts them is always wrong. It creates a powerful delusion.

    • Bell - Ragland Laura says:

      @Suzanne Reaver she has put out other people on her show multiple people that have been in there and gone through horrible horrible things.

    • Suzanne Reaver says:

      Leah has misled you to believe that Scientology teaches you not to think rationally, to put ideology over science and that people have no intuitive thought (supposedly bcuz their subconscious mind is irrational. Not true. Only part of the subconscious mind is irrational, that is why LRH called it the “reactive mind”). If you read the writings of LRH, you will learn the exact opposite of what Leah has led you to believe.

    • Nick M says:

      @Suzanne Reaver She didn’t mislead me about anything because I don’t claim to know enough about scientology to say her claims are true. I do know that LRH believed some pretty bizarre things, particularly about Jesus.

    • Suzanne Reaver says:

      @Bell – Ragland Laura yes, people on Leah’s show have had some very negative experiences, and i do not say they are not true. I have seen incorrect applications of church policies and church doctrine, but far more so after LRH passed away (in 1986) and there is some question as to whether or not David Miscavige staged a coup, to grab power away from the people who were supposed to take over management of the church upon LRH’s passing. Regardless, i agree the church does need to reform some of its practices and public policies that do not align with the dynamics of life and God.

    • Suzanne Reaver says:

      @Nick M sorry, I assumed your negative conclusions were based on what you saw on Leah’s show. Apparently your conclusions were based on other data you came across. I dont want to deligitimize your conclusions, bcuz they are most likely accurate based on the data you have. However, I hope we can agree it is better to have a good amount of data on all sides before reaching conclusions.

  • Suzanne Reaver says:

    I was a Scientologist for 27 years and have a very different overall opinion and understanding than Leah.

  • 9razzler9 says:

    im surprised dr oz covered this because not many people wanna speak against the dangers of Scientology. and this is important. mental health is a serious issue. any faith that denies seeking help due to mental health issues, isn’t good for you

    • Suzanne Reaver says:

      You are very correct that any faith that denies seeking help for mental health issues isn’t good for you. The question here should be, “What is real help?” Are drugs and ECT actually helping anyone? Or are they simply masking and suppressing the true source of people’s problems while making them worse off in the long run? Scientology is not set up to handle seriously ill mental patients, but they can and do help ordinary people to improve their ability to handle life and their capacity to love God and their fellow man. So what should be done for people with serious mental illness? Check out http://www.breggin.com.

  • British Comedy Bronco Rothschild Triple Agent says:

    I love all of you! Just so you know, and this is positive… The Plandemic not Pandemic is just a “G-3 OPERATION VIRUS”. Your not sick, nobody is dead because of this fake virus. The lockdown kills people, lying and documenting deaths as VIRUS related is murder and fraud. THIS VIRUS IS %100 FAKE!!! Be clear on that and God Bless you all…

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