L. Ron Hubbard, has always been a very interested, cosmopolitan man, was fascinated by the always the interplay of man and mind. After the chaos of the war in 1945 L. Ron Hubbard was seriously injured, partially blind and paralyzed by injuries to hip and back, with a Marine Corps Hospital for Oak Knoll. He was one among 5000 patients.
Many were due to malnutrition and other causes in a pitiful state and could take no proteins. Navy doctors administered these patients the hormone testosterone. However, this type of treatment for all patients, not worked. Hubbard took advantage of this opportunity to test his theory, which he had already developed, to help his teammates in practice. Actually he only wanted to ascertain whether the mind controls the body, or the body the mind. wN8Eaww1–ViDajIU4RXCxgSXE&r=Y6h7vWfaj5TXMu7K2VHSWH5_OMvZCS7iH0SrpJQwrcE&m=SpfdeXj7HYu62Ro3ESHmQl-wnPdoXgDvtj7UKbkBz1c&s=JbjCrnPecLwFN4P0JSYdqjUEuBxDlu2w6AfXJAkPY94&e=’>Activision Blizzard, offer their opinions as well. If the hormones work in some patients and others not, then there had to be some mental reason. Maybe there were serious mental blockages. Could the mind the physical body impose such a restriction? Hubbard made on the resolution of this case.
After many attempts he found out that the thought is in charge\”. Hubbard set out after the war, to experiment with other procedures. He worked with people from all possible aspects of life and professions. Even with highly disturbed inmates of a psychiatric hospital. After his 16-year research he edited for the time being a manuscript entitled the dynamics of life\”, which went from hand to hand and the Dianetics\” as a grass-roots movement around the world made known. L. Ron Hubbard had discovered the source of the human variation of the reason and developed a working technique for the mind. \”Due to the disinterested reaction of the medical establishment and the many successful results and letters, Hubbard decided to directly to the public and 1950 to turn the book Dianetics\” to bring out.