You keep pulling in more spiritual beings every time you engage in activities that put you in conflict with others. If you pursue careers that allow you to work in harmony with others or to create art or music to make the world a better place, you will find that your ability to remain exterior does not fade, and you remain a source of inspiration to others for many years.
In both cases, you will pull in new beings on a constant basis, but when you are in conflict with others, you will exchange beings with them every time you interact with them. If you would like to examine this for yourself, look at those brave souls who have been battling the Church of Scientology for years. Many of them are stuck in the anger band and have been dropping in tone level for years.
If you consider the state of mind of someone fighting the COS, ask yourself what kind of beings surround a dedicated Scientology Staff member? How about those who surround a Sea Org member? How about those beings surrounding Heber Jentzsch, who is still being held incommunicado at Int Base near Hemet in Riverside County County, USA.
How about those people exposed to David Miscavige on a daily basis? How would you feel if you had to face him every day?
You need to remember this basic axiom:
You keep pulling in more spiritual beings every time you engage in activities that put you in conflict with others. You pull in beings from their collection of spiritual companions.
If you pursue careers that allow you to work in harmony with others or to create art or music to make the world a better place, you will also exchange beings with those with whom you work. The more you work with these people, the more you begin to understand them, and your affinity for them grows. You will have swapped spiritual companions with them, and your bond with them increases.
I know many ex-Scientologists who have gone on to lead creative lives and have left the church far behind. As long as they stay away from Scientology affairs, they seem to do quite well. They continue to show the benefits of their Scientology training and counseling and are good examples of what spiritual counseling can do.
Even those people mishandled by Scientology can be rehabilitated by sane spiritual counseling as performed by a trained person using Spiritual Rescue Technology.
Life in a Scientology cult can be a shattering experience and leave lasting mental damage in its wake. Many of us spent years in Scientology before realizing it had become a cult. Those of us who found more wholesome versions of Scientology or related spiritual practices were able to reverse any damage done in a relatively short time.
If we limit our associations to those people and groups that support free will and spiritual freedom, we will continue to enjoy the benefits of our spiritual training and study.
If we persist in dealing with people and groups with harmful intentions, we find ourselves rejoining the dwindling spiral of life that we were on prior to this lifetime.
If you want to keep any spiritual gains you have made, continue to do good works and stick with good people.