Interview with former Scientologist Saina Kamula

I’ve been AWOL for some time dealing with the aftermath of some loss and trauma resurfacing…. this tells a bit about it. Will be traveling and hiking again soon so will update more later. Big hugs and lots of love ❤️

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Saina Kamula is a Finnish-American lady who was raised into Scientology, but ultimately made her way out of the religion. She was recently featured on an episode of the television show Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath.

Here’s my interview with Saina.


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(photo credit AETV / “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath”)

1) Where were you born?

Stockholm, Sweden but both parents are Finnish

2) What does Finland mean to you nowadays? Have you visited lately?

I was just in Finland for about 1-2 months until beginning of August this year. Went and visited family after walking the Camino.
I lived there about 6 years ago or so as well, for a year or two while my beloved grandma was suffering from dementia and I wanted to be with her.
Finland will always be one of my main two homes… LA being the other. I have many family and friends…

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6 thoughts on “Interview with former Scientologist Saina Kamula

  1. I first listened to you on the Sounds of the Trail podcast. You were my favorite correspondent. I recently saw you on A&E. You’re a strong person. It’s people like you that give the rest of us strength. Keep on keeping on!

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  2. I hope you continue to find healing.

    I like this quote:

    “I find Mother Nature to be my faith… trees and the forests are like my temple and lakes/oceans are my holy water.”

    I grew up in a fundamentalist Christian family, but I didn’t experience the kind of trauma you endured. I no longer believe the teachings I grew up with and most of my family thinks I’ll be sent to Hell when I die. At least we speak to each other (and debate) and we are cordial when we visit.

    Peace 🌴

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