Church of Scientology Members Study
What do the church of scientology members study is a question often asked of scientologists.
The basic answer of course is the philosophy of Lafayette Ron Hubbard and it's application.
This does not involve any beliefs but, as Hubbard has pointed out, observable facts which one can take and use as one's own.
For example the principle of the ARC triangle.
If you wish to understand someone better, then you will need to get some affinity or a degree of closeness to it, some reality on the subject and to communicate with it. This could be by looking or observing, reading about or listening to the subject. The principle is that the more affinity, reality and communication you have with a subject, or even a person, then the more your understanding of the person or subject will increase.
Affinity, according to Hubbard, is "that is some emotional or felt consideration of proximity, is basically a consideration of distance which says that one likes or doesn't like it"
Reality he says is"... fundamentally agreement. What we agree to be real is real." And communication is an interchange of ideas between two beings who are aware that the other person is present."
ARC is Affinity, Reality and Communication and these are considered to make up Understanding.
There are many such aspects of like which the philosophy of Hubbard researched and discovered.
This is but one of those that the church of scientology members study.