About Craig Jensen

Craig Jensen prides himself on being a successful businessman who still has time for artistic endeavors, athletics, volunteering, travel, leisure, and family time. Although much of his success is a result of his own capability and work ethic, Craig Jensen also credits the Church of Scientology International. Developed by L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology is designed to help individuals understand their spirituality and their relationship to the world in which they live. According to Craig Jensen, Scientology is not only a belief system, but also a formula for successful living, a collection of knowledge about the way life works.

Since becoming a Scientologist in 1974, Craig Jensen believes he has grown better equipped to achieve his goals, set priorities, find time for the things he loves, and succeed. For example, he believes that the religion helped him reach his potential as a programmer and executive while still making time for his family. He also believes it gave him an exceptional capability for learning new things, referencing his late entry at 43 into the pastime of skiing, a sport in which he now competes. For anyone who is interested in Scientology, Craig Jensen recommends reading the core text, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health, or the related work, Self Analysis. Craig Jensen also recommends visiting the Scientology website, where the religion provides information based on key principles, including the beliefs that man’s experience continues longer than one lifetime, man is an immortal spiritual being, and man’s capabilities are unlimited, even if they are not fully realized.

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