Sophie—Competitive Horseback Rider
Who are Scientologists? Meet Sophie, a competitive horseback rider from Southern California.
“Being able to use the skills you learn in Scientology,” says Sophie, “makes it so much easier to stay focused, have a quick reaction time. It's definitely given me the ability to be calm, which is huge in my sport because [the horses] feel every emotion that’s going through your body.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Aaron, a skateboarder from Northern California.
“The thing that happened before Scientology and after,” says Aaron, “was I was learning tricks a lot easier, things were just coming to me a lot easier, with less effort. I can really do more of what I want to do instead of what people tell me I should do or what people tell me to think. I am confident in who I am, where I am going and who I want to be."
Who are Scientologists? Meet Max, a music producer who owns and runs a recording studio in Los Angeles.
“I was actually doing a Scientology course when I decided I was going to be a music producer,” says Max. “I’m finding artists and developing their abilities and getting their record out and getting them signed by a major label. I want to inject life into people, I love making people happy.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Hope, a fashion stylist.
“Before Scientology I wasn’t getting along well with different kinds of people,” says Hope. “The book that really changed my life was Science of Survival...I could see why I was acting that way or why I was being that way towards others. Now I love meeting new people.”
Paul—Hip Hop Dancer
Who are Scientologists? Meet Paul, a hip hop dancer.
“Scientology has made me more able to think clearly,” says Paul. “It really made me more certain of who I was. I found that I got less shy. I suddenly just started to be more myself. Scientology has given me the ability to be more focused.”
Who are Scientologists? Meet Rusty, an art teacher from Oregon.
“I find that most people are artists,” says Rusty. “I try to get the kids to demonstrate their ability, and then I ask them what they want to do and then give them a brush and give them some paint and let them paint. I can’t imagine doing anything else.”