Scientology Volunteer Ministers: Making Life Even Better in One of the World's Happiest Countries - World News Report

Scientology Volunteer Ministers: Making Life Even Better in One of the World’s Happiest Countries – World News Report

“Der kan gøres noget ved det” reads the sign on the volunteers’ tent. It’s Danish for “Something can be done about it,” the motto of a volunteer Scientology minister.

Throughout the summer, a bright yellow tent of Scientology Volunteers provided assistance and practical tools in Aarhus, Denmark.

Throughout the summer, a bright yellow tent of Scientology Volunteers provided assistance and practical tools in Aarhus, Denmark.

Scientology volunteer ministers have brought new optimism and tools for life to the city of Aarhus, Denmark’s second largest city.

AARHUS, JUTLAND, DENMARK, August 31, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a beautiful Scandinavian summer, the Cavalcade of volunteer ministers of the European Church of Scientology welcomed the residents and visitors of Aarhus in their bright yellow tent. There they provided new perspectives and reasons for even greater optimism.

The city of Aarhus dates back to 750 at the dawn of the Viking Age. It is known for its concern for the environment, as well as world-class forests, beaches, architecture and art.

Every year, Denmark is traditionally included in the top three “Happiest Countries in the World”. However, visitors to the tent were eager to use their opportunities even more.

While Scientology volunteer ministers are probably best known for their international disaster response work, continental cavalcades travel to major communities in their area to educate the population about the program. Inside their signature yellow tent with the motto “Der kan gøres noget ved det” (“Something can be done about it”) on the canopy, visitors are introduced to 19 Technology Bodies Developed by Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard to train volunteers. Brochures and courses are available with tools for healing troubled marriages, rescuing people from addiction, improving literacy and communication skills, resolving conflicts, setting and achieving goals, and conducting Scientology Assists, methods that accelerate healing by addressing spiritual and emotional stressors. . and injury.

Among the visitors to the Aarhus tent was a woman who wanted to help her son overcome his addiction to hashish. She left with a copy of the booklet “Answers to Drugs”, which contains information about drugs and tools to help a person get rid of drugs.

Another found the booklet How to Resolve Conflicts particularly interesting. He told one of the volunteers about the frequent conflicts at his workplace. He really wanted to apply this technology to solve them.

An economics student visiting from Rotterdam wanted a copy of the Teaching Technology booklet. He saw this as the key to improving his understanding and ability to apply what he was learning.

A woman who recently completed her training as a nurse admitted to volunteers that the profession was not what she expected. She always felt too rushed to interact with patients and was frustrated by her inability to provide them with anything other than physical assistance. Looking through the panels covering 19 subjects, she realized that she lacked basic communication skills and was eager to learn them with the Communication brochure.

The woman was suffering from aches and pains due to an old injury. “My car accident happened 31 years ago,” she said. She received Scientology help. She said it got rid of the bad energy in her ankle and foot and the pain went away. She was amazed to realize that her “good” leg and “bad” leg now felt the same.

The Church of Scientology Volunteer Program is a religious social service created in the mid-1970s by Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard. It is one of the largest international independent relief forces. The mandate of a volunteer is to be “a person who helps his fellowmen on a voluntary basis by restoring purpose, truth, and spiritual values ​​to the lives of others.” He further stated: “The volunteer does not turn a blind eye to the pain, evil and injustice of existence. Rather, he is trained to deal with these things and help others find relief from them, as well as new personal strength.”

The Voluntary Service Program is intended for use by anyone of any culture or creed. The training is available free of charge on the Volunteers website in English, Danish and 15 other languages. Anyone can be trained as a volunteer minister and use these tools to help their families and communities. And everyone can do it.

To learn more about Scientology in Denmark, visit the website Church of Scientology Aarhus or Church of Scientology Denmark in Copenhagen.

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