Success Stories

Auditing & Parent Consulting

Auditing Services

We have just had Sandy Mesmer staying with us. She is first and foremost a great friend. Ron says to be a friend to children and she does this to a T. She has been a great friend to Anthony and myself too. We found the consultation that we had to be so helpful. We are already pretty good at singing off the same song sheet in many ways and have a good rewards system in place but we have really benefited from some expert ‘quality control’.

We see that both of our two sons are starting to be more aware of making things work at home and they are making better choices. They have been so happy going in session with her each day and probably the biggest problem in our house this week has been keeping up with how many sessions they would like to have!

This has been so much fun and we hope to have our lovely new friend stay with us again very soon!


K. & A.

Mom & Dad

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I Feel Clean, Drug Free And, Well, PERFECT!

Auditing Services

The Purification Rundown is sooo awesome! I feel so free of any drugs and sunburn–so clean! It’s one of the best feelings in the world!

The day I finished was different than all the rest. On the other days I felt clean and free after. But on the day I finished, I started feeling clean and free of all drugs! It was awesome!

The feeling is like you feel clean and not like a shower clean. More like your WHOLE BODY feels clean inside and out!

Now I feel clean, drug free and, well, PERFECT! The Purification Rundown has definitely changed my life!

Age 11

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My Auditor Katie Helped Me Uncover The Answer

Personal Consulting

When I first got sick I didn’t know the cause of it and it was very hard to try to see it for myself, but my auditor Katie helped me uncover the answer. I found some other things I needed to fix in my life. My Ethics Officer Ingrid, helped me with figuring out how to handle it and this got me feeling better about the situation. I love Mace-Kingsley and I feel safe whenever I come here, it’s amazing and very theta. If I’m not here for auditing or Ethics I love helping around Mace-Kingsley, it doesn’t feel like a job, it feels like a fun game with my friends.


Age 14

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Wins, Realizations & Goals!

Auditing Services

Since our last trip to Mace Kingsley, “G” has been much more communicative. His communication prior has consisted mostly of asking questions. “What would happen if we didn’t have any pupils?” “If the Earth is turning, then why are we standing still?” “How many days until Halloween?”

Lately there has been much more of a two-way flow. For example:

Driving along in the car. “Mom, want to stop for a cup of coffee at Dunkin’ Donuts?”

“No, we don’t go to Dunkin’ Donuts. Too much sugar.”

“No, for you Mom, so you can get a cup of coffee.”

“Oh, (gasp to self). You know, actually I don’t care for their coffee.”

“You mean there are different kinds of coffee?”

“Yes, depending on what country the coffee comes from and how it is roasted.”

“Oh, well what kind of coffee do you like?”

This was our first conversation!

Yesterday he had a big disappointment about something. Usually he reacts by dramatizing with a lot of anger. This time he cried but he talked through his tears and found a solution to the problem. This was a big change.

The last time “G” was at M-K, he played Sorry with Jesse. He enjoyed this so I bought the game. I had never played it. We played it yesterday. He taught me how to play. I was amazed at how well he knew every rule and every detail of the game. He knew the rules COLD with total certainty. This is impressive as he typically has shown a low ability to duplicate. More important, he was totally willing to FOLLOW the rules. Following rules has been a big button for him. He followed the rules with no back off and did not get upset when the game was not going his way. Usually I break a sweat during games, not knowing when the drama might occur, but yesterday there was none of that.

Rigo gave me several important references regarding the evils of screens. When we came back from M-K we got rid of TV and computer games. The kids are allowed to watch one movie per day. The transition has been smooth. They have nothing on it AT ALL. Some days they don’t even ask to watch a movie. I realize it is my button more than theirs. I thought I could not cook dinner or clean the house without the screen pinning them down motionless. I do look forward to their movie time (and mine) but it is nothing at all like the must-have of the past.

And a MAJOR WIN. I have been teaching “G” how to read. (Study Tech used.) I am using a set of books similar to the intro books at Delphi called Bob Books). Since we have read about 60 books. Usually getting him to do the reading has not gone very well. He complained or got tired easily or in general just showed a low level of motivation. But we have pushed through and today I told him he had only one more set of eight books and he would be done with his first reading program and there would be a prize and he could then start getting books from the library. Wow! The motivation and the desire to achieve a goal was incredible! We just spent from 3pm to 7:00 pm (with food break) READING !!! He was driven!! I have never seen this in him. This is really a huge change.

Realization: Rigo gave me a reference regarding “Don’t Talk to Circuits.” This is such valuable data. It occurred to me that the practice of psychology is: “Talk to Circuits.”

New Goal: I realize that for a couple of years “G” has been keyed in and I have been talking to his circuits. How dumb! I will not do this anymore. I will get him more auditing and I will practice the data provided in the references.

Thank you for your help! “G” as HIMSELF is such a funny, loving, uptone person. It is a joy to get him back.


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Young Girl Recovers Her Sight

Auditing Services, Baby Processing,

“The most miraculous things have happened with my daughter since starting her auditing at Mace-Kingsley.  She was born with a rare eye disease and began seeing eye specialists at 2 months old.  We were told that she was around legally blind and would likely lose vision.

“Before starting her auditing, she was obviously visually impaired quite a bit; she would not hold eye contact or track an object with her eyes.  We were seeing retina specialists, pediatric ophthalmologists, neurologists and physical therapists regularly. She started her auditing and the most amazing things began to happen.  She was suddenly so in communication!  She started looking at people and objects!  She became more independent and more out going.

“She now no longer has to see doctors all the time.  Her retina specialist said that her eyes are repairing themselves and we now only see him once every 2 months (whereas before it was every 2 weeks). She now longer attends physical therapy as she met all of her Physical Therapy goals way ahead off schedule!

“She really seems to have taken more responsibility and become more aware. I’m so proud of her!  And she can definitely see very well now!  I know that making the decision to get her auditing here was the right thing. I know its going to have a huge impact on the rest of her life.

“Thanks to the awesome staff at Mace-Kingsley and to her auditor Diane!  And of course thanks to LRH for this amazing technology. Words can’t really express my gratitude.”  C.N.  Parent of a 12 month old.

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I Now Feel Much Happier

Auditing Services

“In my session at Mace-Kingsley I now feel much happier. I want to be nicer to my brother. I feel less lazy. I know I will be successful in life!”

A.F. – 11 yrs old

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