Clear Body, Clear Mind: The Effective Purification Program

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Bridge Publications, 1990 - Self-Help - 306 pages
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"L. Ron Hubbards Clear Body, Clear Mind...is an accumulation of years of Hubbard's search into the biochemical aspects of the human body. Hubbard's Purification system is a highly regarded means of clearing and keeping drugs out of the body".

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After reading this book and doing the purification program, it was clearly evident to me that past drugs were having an effect on me even though I hadn't taken them for quite some time. Now I feel completely free of all toxic residue in my body and I'm no longer at the effect of them.

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For 20 years I did a lot of street drugs. I mean lots. I gave up when I was 30. I’m now 35. I thought that it was all out of my system but when I read this book I was informed otherwise. Skeptical, I approached the Brisbane centre and enquired. A couple of weeks later I had completed the program and low and behold I feel like a new man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had no idea of the fog I was in. Now that I’ve flushed out the crap I can now see it. You have to do this. Seriously. 

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About the author (1990)

L. Ron Hubbard is the founder of the Church of Scientology, the largest of the groups devoted to the practice of Dianetics, a philosophy of Hubbard's based on Eastern religion, psychology, and mental health. Founded in 1954, the Church of Scientology has come under much scrutiny and criticism, but still boasts many celebrity followers, including Tom Cruise and John Travolta. Hubbard was born on March 13, 1911, in Tilden, Nebr. and attended George Washington and Princeton universities. He began his career as a writer for pulp magazines and later as a science fiction writer, and it was in this role that Hubbard first developed the large following that helped make his religious beliefs such a huge success. Hubbard's science fiction works include the Mission Earth Series, The Kingslayer, and Black Towers to Danger. It was with the publication of Dianetics in 1950 that Hubbard became a nationally bestselling author. As Hubbard's following grew, he further developed his theories in later books. Hubbard's Church of Scientology soon came under scrutiny for misuse of funds, causing Hubbard to go into seclusion in the early 1980s. Hubbard's son claimed that his father was dead and that church officials had stolen millions of dollars from him. While these allegations proved false, Hubbard continued to write, working on the 10-volume Mission Earth Series. L. Ron Hubbard died from a stroke on January 24, 1986.

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