GABORONE – Dianetics, a technology of the mind, could find its way into Botswana if the efforts of Warren Bruckamann and his team succeed.
Bruckamann and two other members of the African Pioneer Movement, were in Gaborone last week to introduce the 54-year-old dianetics technology to some Batswana.
The movement started with a seminar at Oasis Motel and later arranged interviews with the media to propagate the science of the mind, which they said was hitherto unknown in this part of the world.
Dianetics, a philosophy that L. Ron Hubbard espouses in his book: Dianetics, is a story of how to help people become more of themselves, bring new life, hope and happiness where misunderstanding had reigned supreme.
The science of the mind, as Hubbard calls it or the technology of the mind as Bruckamann described it, handles what enslave human being ‹ nightmares, unreasonable fears, upsets. Any insecurity has a source, and dianetics gives people the solution to it.
With this dianetics technology, people can understand and predict others’ behaviour, increase control over their own lives and improve their interpersonal relationships.
The technology develops a process that gives people answers to questions that they will not commonly look at in their lives and this will help them live a more balanced life as their unreasonable fears are given solutions.
“Dianetics isolate the source of our problems and help us live a happier and more successful live,” Bruckamann said.
In his book, Hubbard declares that: “To know life you’ve got to be part of life, you must get down into the nooks and crannies of existence, and you must rub elbows with all kinds and types of men before you can finally establish what man is.” Bruckamann said dianetics groups exist in more than 160 countries around the world.
Some of the people who attended the dianetics seminar at Oasis Motel last week decided to form the dianetics movement in Botswana.