“Mace-Kingsley makes people happy!”
Letter from the Sr Case Supervisor
[Inset: CHILDREN ARE PEOPLE. DON’T FORGET IT! BECAUSE THE WHOLE PROBLEM BECOMES UNWORKABLE THE MOMENT YOU ASSUME ANYTHING ELSE. CHILDREN ARE PEOPLE!” –LRH Freedom Congress Lecture “Child Scientology”]
Hi! Welcome to the 30th installment of “Letter from the Case Supervisor.” Once again, I’m Greg Smith, Senior Case Supervisor of Mace-Kingsley Family Center.
I think you will find the topic of this letter very interesting. This is the subject of “who is this kid, really? And what’s he doing in my house?!!!!!”
To give you some LRH on the subject, from Freedom Congress Lecture, Child Scientology, LRH says, “Look, this little child has just gone through the experience of death and his havingness is not up to the larger body that he just lost; he is insecure; he is entirely disoriented; he has lost all of his possessions; he’s lost all of his friends; and he’s lost his memory. And yet, he’s still aware of all of these things having been. And he picks up this body and he tries to get oriented somehow.”
Does your child get extra hung up on his/her toys? Ever wonder why? In the same lecture LRH explains “All you can give him, on a gradient scale, is a little tiny plastic car that long. He can have that. He lost his Buick Roadster. Now, do you see the function and this fixation on toys? They build back a gradient scale of havingness. That’s all!” Wow–what a heavy situation, eh? You’ve probably seen various things happen in your kid’s lives that are answered by this data. But what do you as an adult do to help them through all this? Well, per LRH from The Way to Happiness precept, Love and Help Children “What does have a workability is simply to try to be the child’s friend. It is certainly true that a child needs friends. Try to find out what a child’s problem really is and without crushing their own solutions, try to help solve them. Observe them–and this applies even to babies. Listen to what children tell you about their lives. Let them help-if you don’t, they become overwhelmed with a sense of obligation which they then must repress.”
Pretty cool, no? It sure is! These are simple things you can start doing right now. So start; and write in the wins that you have applying this LRH technology.
Okay! Signing off once again and hope to see you and your children real soon!
Love, Greg Smith, Senior Case Supervisor Mace-Kingsley Family Center 1
- Smith, G., (2005, July/August). Letter from the Sr. Case Supervisor. Mace-Kingsley Newsletter 30, 1. ↩