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Scientology is a religion that offers a path to full self realization and spiritual awareness and ability. The word Scientology means “the study of knowledge” or literally “knowing how to know”. Scientology follows the older Eastern traditions of religious philosophy dating back 10,000 years to the Vedic Hymns: that one is in a state brotherhood with the universe and that spiritual enlightenment comes through increasing knowledge of one’s self. Through this process one comes to fully understand themselves, others and the universe and ultimately your relationship to the Creator. You can also take an online tour and find out the answer to the question “What is Scientology?”

Scientology is a personal journey and encompasses all of life. In Scientology you will find answers to the big questions in life such as Who am I really? Where am I going? What happens when I die? Am I just a body or is there more to existence than this life and the physical universe?

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  • Church of Scientology Sydney Opening
    On the evening of May 3, more than 2,500 Scientologists from across Australia filled Castlereagh Street to inaugurate the Harbor City’s new Church of Scientology Ideal Organization. The Church’s home, a heritage site originally constructed in 1908, overlooks Hyde Park and stands amid several of the city’s most treasured landmarks—including Town Hall, the Queen Victoria Building and Sydney Tower. The Church meticulously restored the building’s historic features, most notably the brick pilasters and bronze-glazed glass curtain that distinguish its Castlereagh façade.
    Written on Monday, 05 May 2014 13:46
  • Scientology-supported Human Rights Initiative Bringing Reform to Nepal
    Scientology-supported Human Rights Initiative Bringing Reform to Nepal Youth for Human Rights, a program supported by the Church of Scientology, is bringing human rights awareness to Nepal. Motivated by the May 2012 findings of the U.S. State Department Human Rights Report, over the past year Youth for Human Rights Nepal has introduced human rights education to Nepalese security forces.  
    Written on Wednesday, 19 June 2013 23:27
  • Sydney Scientologists Promote Happiness
    Sydney Scientologists Promote Happiness Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Sydney spent International Happiness Day sharing a book that may very well contain the “secret” of happiness. Volunteers from the Church of Scientology of Sydney spent the first International Day of Happiness providing neighbours with The Way to Happiness—a simple gift to guarantee their happiness year-round. In July 2012, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed March 20 as International Happiness Day, “…recognising the relevance of happiness and well-being as universal goals and aspirations in people’s lives around the world….” But is happiness something that can truly be “proclaimed?” Is there some guideline, some system or secret that can guarantee that elusive state or quality of life?
    Written on Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:25
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