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    • Porciones de Ti [Portions of You]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 58 mins
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    It has no mass or location. It is not energy. Yet it is alive. And it gives life. Such are the characteristics of “a life-giving unit” - the source not only of all thought, but of all that is decent, ethical and noble. Indeed, this is you. The discovery that each individual is, in fact, a source of life radically alters the relationship between Man and the material universe.

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    • Lo Incorrecto Es No Hacer Nada [The Incorrect Thing is Not to do Anything]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 56 mins
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    In a world of unpredictable forces racing headlong toward an uncertain future, how can a single individual control his own fate? How can he safeguard the well-being of his family, the prosperity of his group and the security of his nation? Must he mutely await the next unforeseen blow, which might well signal the end of all dreams and aspirations? Or should he endeavor by whatever means, through whatever plan, to secure the future for those he cherishes and the society in which he lives?

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    • La Aberración y su Manejo [Aberration and the Handling Of]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 54 mins
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    It betrays the brightest hopes of individuals, drives families apart, incites organizational turmoil and pitches nations into chaos. What malignant seed grows in the human mind that not only prevents individuals from “thinking straight,” but forces them to act out their irrationalities? Man’s failure over many millennia to find the cause of aberration has exacted an incalculable toll in personal unhappiness and ruined lives. But were the answer found, the horizons would be unlimited. Individuals could achieve the lasting success they desire. Families would thrive, united and strong. Groups and organizations would reach new levels of prosperity.

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    • El Control de la Histeria [The Control of Hysteria]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 47 mins
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    Since the deployment of the first atomic weapons, people everywhere have lived with the possibility that everything they hold dear - their lives, their families, their careers and even the human species itself - could be extinguished in a few moments of devastation. Such consequences would be so overwhelming that, formany, the only defense is a hope it will never happen....

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    • El Alma: ¿Buena o Malvada? [The Soul: Good or Evil?]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 41 mins
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    It has been bought and sold in a thousand dramas. It has been preached about from every pulpit - debated, contested, condemned, and exalted. And with no means to accurately measure or quantify it, the physical sciences either ignored it or denied its very existence: the human soul. Here, then, is a discovery all the more remarkable for being grounded not merely on faith and belief, but on proofs as irrefutable as any in science.

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    • Historia de la Indagación y la Investigación [The History of Inquiry and Research]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 50 mins
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    Today weapons exist powerful enough to annihilate whole nations. And violence has become commonplace, often in disregard of human life. Why has there been such a lessening of moral responsibility and, most important, what can be done about it?

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    • Juegos [Games]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
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    In this lecture, Ron explains why life is best understood by likening it to a game, whereupon he defines both its prerequisites and conditions, showing that it follows the rules of any game. For regardless of what, where or how an individual plays the games of existence - and regardless of whether he consented to play - those rules are always the same. And with everything Ron puts on the board, he provides a completely new understanding of all that comprises human behavior. Here, then, is not only the knowledge to play and win at a game of one's one choosing.

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    • Scientology: Sus Antecedentes Generales [Scientology: Its General Background]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 1 hr and 22 mins
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    Since time immemorial, Man has sought to liberate the soul from the body and so achieve immortality. In this account of the religious heritage that stands behind Scientology, L. Ron Hubbard recounts the extraordinary story of Man’s epic quest for a way to attain that goal.

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    • Las Dinámicas [The Dynamics]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 59 mins
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    What motivates life? What motivates Man? Those were the questions Ron posed when seeking workable answers to the problems of both the individual and society. After examining the whole of life in its variety and complexity, he isolated a common denominator to all living things—the Dynamic Principle of Existence: Survive!

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    • Ayuda [Help]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 59 mins
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    Help pervades every part of life. Yet few people realize the degree to which it determines their survival. For the willingness to give and receive help lies at the foundation of all human reactions and behavior. How does one increase a person’s confidence, improve his ability to communicate with others and heighten his interest in life?

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    • El Manual del Fungionamiento de la Mente [Operation Manual for the Mind]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 56 mins
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    Your mind: it is your constant companion. You live with it 24 hours a day, every day of your life. Yet Man has known practically nothing about how it works. And from marriages that end in divorce to careers that wind up in frustration, from tensions that interfere with work to conflicts that divide nations, virtually every human crisis can be traced to Man’s ignorance of the mind. Imagine, then, the potential benefits of finding the answers.

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    • El Estudio y la Educación [Study and Education]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 1 hr and 20 mins
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    No civilized culture has failed to recognize the importance of education. And it is widely acknowledged that in today’s fast-paced society, success depends on the ability to swiftly understand and use information. What lies behind the crisis in education? Are some subjects simply hard to teach? Are some teachers just not good at imparting knowledge? The proposed solutions are as varied as the problems, but many are based on labeling students as unable to learn, instead of identifying the real failure.

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    • Diferencias Entre Scientology y Otras Filosofías [Differences Between Scientology and Other Philosophies]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 45 mins
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    Every human being seeks to know the truth about himself and to resolve to his own satisfaction the mysteries of life. And therefore, for many thousands of years, countless philosophical and religious teachings have sought to enlighten people with answers. But where their practitioners insisted - indeed, demanded - that their answers must be the answers, they blocked the road to greater freedom for millions of people.

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    • Un Postulado que Surgió de un Siglo de Oro [A Postulate Out of a Golden Age]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
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    To overcome tyranny is to win freedom as a people, a nation or even Mankind. Yet to benefit fully from their liberties, each man and woman must also be free—as individuals. In regard to freedom as a nation, here is the remarkable story of how one man, the Athenian statesman Pericles, envisioned a better future for Mankind—a future free from tyranny.

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    • La Esperanza del Hombre [The Hope of Man]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 43 mins
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    From the dawn of time, Man has cherished the hope he could achieve a greater freedom. That hope, articulated by the greatest religious leaders across the centuries, has time and again renewed his strength to face the future. But with no practical means to convert hope to reality, the goal of a greater freedom remained, for most if not all, a distant and unattainable dream.

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    • Introducción a Dianética [Introduction to Dianetics]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 55 mins
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    Released on May 9, 1950, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health became an overnight publishing sensation. Immediately hitting the New York Times best seller list and remaining there for 26 consecutive weeks, it was unquestionably the most popular book ever published on the human mind—a distinction it holds to this day.

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    • La Historia de Dianética y Scientology [The History of Dianetics and Scientology]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 52 mins
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    hrough his extraordinary journey to the founding of Dianetics and Scientology, Ron did just that. From his adventurous youth in a rough-and-tumble American West to his far-flung trek across a still mysterious Asia; from his two-decade search for the essence of life to the triumph of Dianetics and Scientology—such is the story Ron recounts in a lecture so legendary, it has been heard by millions.

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    • Scientology y la Capacidad [Scientology and Ability]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
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    • Length: 1 hr and 1 min
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    When still a young man attending university, Ron observed that those working in the humanities had no training in the exact sciences. Believing that the precision of the scientific method might furnish a solution to the problems of life, he urged faculty members of the psychology department to apply the principles of physics to the field of the mind. It was an entirely novel approach. And when no one took up the challenge—either then or in later years—Ron undertook the task himself.

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    • El Deterioro de la Libertad [The Deterioration of Freedom]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 54 mins
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    The single word “liberty” articulates not only basic rights, such as freedom of speech and religion, but many other vital concepts: opportunity, choice,security and even happiness. Indeed, it is a word that symbolizesthe dreams and goals of every human being.Yet its very power makes it liable to abusive ends entirely opposed to its true meaning.

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    • La Historia del Clearing [The History of Clearing]

    • By: L. Ronald Hubbard
    • Narrated by: uncredited
    • Length: 55 mins
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    Here is a story that begins with Ron’s immersion in a deeply spiritual, deeply traditional Asia, where he met and befriended - among other savants - the last of the greatmagicians whose predecessors served in the court of Mongol emperor Kublai Khan. Yet not withstanding the feats that testified to remarkable powers, here was a land where wisdom was deemed sacred - so sacred, in fact, these Oriental holy men declined to use their considerable abilities to solve the real and urgent problems of living....

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