Nashville, TN (Vocus/PRWEB) January 18, 2011
On the corner of Chestnut and 8th Ave S, just outside of downtown Nashville and across from the W.O. Smith School of Music, sits the historic Fall School Building. And if ever a developing carried a mission of its own, this 1 surely has.
The red brick edifice grandly built in the 1890s was the center of the world for the area's grade school-aged kids more than the far better portion of seven decades, right after which it housed a mix of offices: a radio station, newspaper, campaign offices, PR and marketing firms, and other people attempting to make their mark on the globe. Throughout its existence, numerous thousands have gone to this place for education and enlightenment. And just following its 110th birthday, the structure gained a new life as residence of the Church of Scientology & Celebrity Centre Nashville.
In 2010, the Church carried on the inspirational tradition by opening its doors to location artists, musicians, writers and actors to get a spiritual appear at their lives and careers. Enlisting the talent of top celebrities who have used Scientology principles to accomplish good results and happiness, it hosted seminars oriented about the speaker's personal story of good results. Seminar leaders shared how Scientology made their success achievable and how anybody--Scientologist or not--could use those identical tools to be a lot more effective in life.
The initial seminar was delivered by Chuck Jacobs, who spoke to a dozen up-and-coming musicians about how to get began in their musical career. Chuck has been Kenny Rogers' tour bassist for far more than 20 years. Michael Doven was subsequent to take the stage. Doven is properly-connected in the film industry as associate-producer of five key films including Mission: Impossible II. He gave a seminar entitled "Get a Grip on Your Artistic Career!" to artists of all kinds. His seminar included guidelines for artists on improving their art operate by increasing the top quality of their message. And because every single productive artist need to wear a company hat, Grant Cardone taught participants how to make it regardless of the condition of the economic climate. Cordone is a sales professional, author and entrepreneur whose offers are in the multi-million dollar arena.
Each attendee was offered a course in Scientology that would aid them sort out difficulties in their own life so they could accomplish their objectives. Realizing that spiritual happiness and career good results depend on each and every other, the church offered such courses as Scientology Tools For Overcoming Financial Stress, How to Get Motivated and Formulas For Living. "We program on hosting much more seminars all through 2011," mentioned Corinne Sullivan, President of the Church of Scientology & Celebrity Centre Nashville. "Nashville is filled with artists of every kind, and who experiences a lot more barriers to success and happiness than the artist? It is a part of our mission to aid them, as our founder L. Ron Hubbard wrote, 'A culture is only as excellent as its dreams, and its dreams are dreamed by artists.'"
Taking into consideration the educational and creative energy that has occupied it in the past, the old constructing at 1130 8th Ave South ought to be extremely pleased indeed to have an owner so intent on enriching the culture by empowering today's artists and tomorrow's leaders.
For much more data on the Church of Scientology's community outreach, make contact with Julie Forney at 615-687-4600 or go to http://www.scientology.org.