Meet a Scientologist:
Ariane Schaer Discovered a World of Self Confidence in Scientology
Ariane Schaer credits Scientology with her new self-confidence and the ability to pursue her goals as she sees fit.
Anyone watching the lovely blond singer/dancer perform on stage would never imagine she was shy.
But Ariane Schaer, 25, of Zurich, Switzerland, was keenly aware of her problem growing up. Overcoming her shyness was the biggest change she experienced from Scientology.
“Now I can really approach somebody and I like to be with people and talk to them,” she says.
“I can reach out and be myself.”
This has had a profound effect on every aspect of her life because, she says, “I can reach out and be myself.”
This newfound confidence gives Ariane the freedom to set her own course in life. “I can live how I want and not how it is dictated. I am more myself, I am free and that’s what I really like.”
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