Karina Furlin, director of special affairs for the Church of Scientology Miami, holds an electropsychometer, or E-Meter, in their new location in Coconut Grove on Monday, May 1, 2017. The device is a religious artifact to Scientologists and is used as a spiritual guide in auditing. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Karina Furlin, director of special affairs for the Church of Scientology Miami, holds an electropsychometer, or E-Meter, in their new location in Coconut Grove on Monday, May 1, 2017. The device is a religious artifact to Scientologists and is used as a spiritual guide in auditing. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald
Karina Furlin, director of special affairs for the Church of Scientology Miami, holds an electropsychometer, or E-Meter, in their new location in Coconut Grove on Monday, May 1, 2017. The device is a religious artifact to Scientologists and is used as a spiritual guide in auditing. MATIAS J. OCNER For the Miami Herald