This is a classic example of the over-the-top insanity that is born and nurtured inside the bubble.
If this woman said “I am feeling better and more able to confront life” everyone (myself included) would simply wish her well. There may still be some who think she is crazy for announcing any “wins” from scientology, but generally normal people would be happy for her to be finding herself in a better place in life.
But to assert nutty stuff like she does is only proof that she is simply pandering to the captive audience who all know what she is doing and nod their heads in agreement, not because they believe her, but because they do the same thing.
This woman who can feel bacteria on her skin also feels phantom spiders in her hair? Her “wins” are inconsistent one sentence to the next. And she tries SO hard that she claims that she “thoroughly wordcleared” the Study Tapes 3 times and only now she realizes she didnt have a clue what it was about. Would love to see her glowing, over-the-top success stories from the previous 3 times she did it….
This sort of thing invites criticism, if not outright derision. It’s like some of the categorical statements made about the State of Clear or OT’s moving objects with their minds. IF what she says is true, then it is provable in the real world, outside of her mind. Someone could put ecoli on one arm and not the other and she should be able to tell. But, of course, this is ridiculous, she doesn’t even know if spiders are crawling in her hair. So, rather than making anything she did sound useful or helpful, she makes it sound like it drove her nuts.
To everyone except the bubbledwellers who all “validate her win” and pretend it is perfectly normal. Because this is what is expected in the culture of insanity.
If this is “NEW” Homo Novis then I will stick to the old homo novis or maybe just good old homo.
Earth to Rena. Earth to Rena. Come in.