The Fundamentals of Thought
by L. Ron Hubbard
Drug addiction, rising divorce rates, increasing crime and
illiteracy. Why are we unable to solve some of the most pressing human problems we face
today? In this remarkable book, L.
Ron Hubbard gives us a practical means to overcome personal problems, become more at
peace with ourselves, improve communication in the family, and find greater happiness.
firstname.lastname@example.org from Munich, Germany,
August 1, 1999
Knowing how to know
This book describes the principles of Scientology. It answers
questions such as: Who am I really? A body? A mind? A spirit? Is life a game and how can I
have more fun playing it? What are the 8 subdivisions of life? Is it possible to help
others? If you are looking for answers to the fundamental questions of life, read this
A reader from New York, NY, July 11, 1999
Factual. Without physical investigation, you know nothing.
I read this book and tried out the procedures in it. They work.
I recommend it to anyone who's interested in workable solutions, rather than chanting (or
worse, sour grapes). Someone finally came up with something that works! Cool!
A reader from California, June 26, 1999
A FUNDAMENTAL POSITION
If anyone wants to squander their time and money on reading
"attacks" on Scientology and/or its founder, that is their business. I have read
The Fundamentals of Thought and have referred to it over and over. This book, like
Scientology itself, is meant for the benefit of the reader. What you learn from it is
yours. And why would anyone be so unselfish as to write books really benefiting others?
Read the chapter on Eight Dynamics (it is actually quite simple). It may take a good
dictionary to clarify the meanings of some expressions; it does not have to be the Technical
Dictionary of Scientology, the Shorter Oxford will be quite sufficient. (The
"attacks" and the like seem first of all not quite literate, hence their
growling.) So, just read it, use it, even enjoy it. Wittgenstein would have been proud of
having written this book (he was just too lazy for anything like it).
A reader from Los Angeles, CA, December 11,
AN IMPORTANT BOOK FOR ANY ONE TO READ
I highly recommend this book to any one who wants to help do
something about the mess our culture is currently in. It will also help one gain a better
understanding of the spiritual side of self.
email@example.com from Los Angeles, November
Hubbard explains Scientology philosophical principles
L. Ron Hubbard has been called a malicious cult leader by some
and a benevolent religious leader by others. "Fundamentals of Thought"
clearly lays out the philosophical foundations of the religion he founded known as
Scientology. I consider Hubbard's "Fundamentals of Thought" a perfect
showcase to illustrate Scientology principles and beliefs. You may or may not agree with
Hubbard but his philosophy is clearly laid out here.
firstname.lastname@example.org from Costa Rica, November
If you believe you're are an Spirit, this book is a must.
I've read the book in a time in my life that I needed some
answers, not talk or run-arounds. Answers. I always thought that I was a Spirit, but
needed extra info that other lines of thought never shown. Thanks to this book, I was able
to find those answers. I do appreciate that, as I do today.
A reader from SF, CA, September
The human mind apparently follows some exact laws,
which Ron Hubbard lays out here in detail. This is a scientific
investigation into the nature of man. Nowhere else have I ever seen mathematical formulas
for the behavior of the spirit.