How to use The Clearing Process
Read this page of instructions, tips, and notes.
Read the Sample Clearing.
Read the FAQs.
Register to use the Message Board (free).
If you are returning to clear
again please note that two steps have
been added to
Steps 1 - 6
Compose your clearing on
your PC using your word processor application in
one session (as opposed to writing a bit and then
adding to it later).
Copy-paste your clearing to The Clearing Process Message Board.
After you have posted it read your clearing out
loud to yourself. As you read it out loud you will
probably find/hear errors—please leave them,
again, spontaneity is more important.
The moderator will read
(acknowledge/get) your posted clearing.
The moderator will
then manually delete your clearing from the message board
and hard drive and then place an X in the Subject field.
Then you will
manually delete your clearing from
This new procedure supports the
conscious-you separating your "self" from your mind.
It adds an auditory dimension so that you hear your
mind's creation and then together we disappear your
thoughts (both the moderator and you delete your clearing) so that
those specific thoughts no longer exist, you are no longer
attached to them (read
Dr. David Hanscom's research about
the benefits of journaling).
1) After you have read this page and the Sample Clearing
and the FAQs click on Begin Clearing.
A new browser window will open. It will take you to
Board Registration Form
(it's free—only an alias and your email address are required). You'll still have
these instructions in the background.
2) Once you submit your Message
Board Registration you will receive an email
containing a link to activate your registration. While waiting for your
activation email you can compose your first clearing
on your PC's word processor application (MS Word, Note
Pad, EditPad, etc.). Write spontaneously whatever comes to mind. Empty your
mind. Don't worry about spelling, punctuation, or
grammar—swearing, blaming & bad-mouthing, is allowed. Don't
correct or edit it so as to look good, nice, or smart.
3) On the
Message Board Index
The Clearing Process and log in by entering
the alias username and password you chose.
4) Click "NewTopic." For the Subject enter
your alias user name Clearing #1. [i.e.
"Kerry's Clearing #1"] without quotes. Copy-paste
your clearing from your PC to The Clearing Process Message
5) Once you have posted your
clearing, read it out loud to yourself (with no one
The Clearing Process moderator will
read and acknowledge your
clearing, "Hi ___. Thank you. I got it." and,
then the moderator will manually delete your clearing.
7) When you see that the moderator has acknowledged
and deleted your clearing and has placed an X in the
Subject field you must then delete the clearing from your
8) Return the next day and repeat the process with
"_____'s Clearing #2." After you have posted your
clearing read it out loud to yourself. Again the
will read and get (acknowledge) your clearing and
reply with "Hi ___ , I got it. Thank you." Then,
you and the moderator will delete the content of your clearing.
9) Repeat the process (one clearing per day for five days in
a row). Watch and
see what happens after each clearing. The more
candid and honest the more value you'll create. Used daily,
beginning with the prerequisite five-days in a row, the process will produce ever-expanding value.
It's possible that the
moderator will notice that you have only scratched the
surface, intuitively knowing that the average person
has many more incompletes than you have shared so far. For example: If you wish to do a free
tutorial or consult the moderator might ask for five more clearings so as
to ensure the integrity between yourself and the coach
breakdowns in communication between two
contain one or more thoughts being withheld, or there
is an unacknowledged perpetration in the space).
Put another way, if you're not completely honest
during your clearings then you will cause a breakdown
in communication during a tutorial or consultation.
10) Upon completing your
five clearings return in a few days and, using the
Message Drop, post a brief
acknowledgement of the value we (you and I) co-created. Acknowledgment expands
upon the value, it completes our relationship, and
creates space for even more value. A nice
acknowledgment is a
If you are presently involved in deceit or
(say, choosing to continue to deceive or to abuse or
be abused) and cannot bring yourself to clean it up
then The Clearing Process will not produce the
Abuse hereafter will be premeditated with its
most value to be gotten from clearing is to recall
and share your very first lie, your very first
theft, your first upset (temper tantrum), the very first time you did something sneaky,
the very first time you cheated, the very first time
you were abusive to another; if you have not been
these firsts then they are stored
(occupying space) in the back of your mind as
incompletes**. If you can't recall a
first incident, from which patterns (actual neural
formed (unconscious decisions were made), then begin by recalling and sharing your
second, third, and all subsequent incidents. Or,
begin with your most recent (such as yesterday's
and work your way back in time. Read
(if you read each page it will trigger memories of
when a parent acknowledges you for a
perpetration they do it in such a way as to add to
the guilt, shame, or remorse you may already be
experiencing; they often punish you which
compounds the bad feeling; it seldom ends up
mutually satisfying. Such an attempt at
acknowledgment produces an incomplete.
When a verbal, non-verbal, or physical abusive
punishment is delivered the mind, to be right,
will spend its time (and rightly so) thinking
about the abusive delivery of the punishment
instead of reflecting on what you were really up
to, your cause in the incident.
incomplete is any interaction that
Remember, what you're looking for is unacknowledged
perpetrations and withholds, things you have hidden
from others or even yourself, to include situations
in which you set it up for another to deceive/abuse you.
Angry outbursts are normal; what completes such an
incident for you and the other is when you later
acknowledge, or elicited an acknowledgment. i.e. "I get that my yelling at you today
didn't feel good" or, "I'd like to hear from
you that you know that yelling at me didn't feel
good" (no apology or other words are required or
needed). To not insist upon an
acknowledgment is to cause all future abuses.
the mini-tutorial (About
Lies and Lying)
—it will trigger memories
of unacknowledged perpetrations.
After your first clearing
(your first post) come back
here and re-read everything; it will make more
sense the second time around. Re-reading this will remind you
to look for your
as you post Clearing #2, etc.
Tip 5 Do not use your company
computer to do the clearings unless— 1) You are the boss. 2) You have the
boss's permission to use the company's PC for personal use. Committing a
perpetration to acknowledge prior perpetrations will compound the
Message Drop to deliver
comments, feedback, or suggestions (no questions).
Once you have completed your initial five clearings
you may then use the
Message Board to ask a
question. The same
username and password works for both Message Boards
and The Clearing Process
All posts are read and
gotten (acknowledged) and manually deleted by the
nothing is done with them, no comments or advice
about any subject however, the moderator may refer
you back to the instructions so as to optimize your
Note #3 Do not ask questions or use
Clearing Process as a means of delivering
communications to the moderator. For example:
If you acknowledge in a clearing that you have
murdered someone, the moderator is honor-bound to not address
the subject of murder in tutorial conversations until
you bring it up in a
Tutorial/Message Board post.
The Clearing Process works to the degree that you
willing to communicate openly, honestly, and
spontaneously. To choose to lie or deceive
(including withholding thoughts) adds to the
uncertainty of whether undesirable results are a
consequence of your integrity or simply the effects
of your leadership-communication skills.
#5 If your
perpetrations are legally seriousmurder, rape,
felony, etc.. go
#6 Can I start and quit? Yes.
Even though a single clearing will ultimately
produce value, the reason behind the recommended "one
clearing per day for five days in a row"
is because of the way the mind layers
experiences on top of each other.
For example: As a child you were probably
sent to your bedroom after committing a perpetration. You then cried
yourself to sleep. You woke the next morning and neither parent
acknowledged his/her abusive communication, (didn't complete the
incident for you) and, you had almost forgotten the incident. This is
referred to as putting unconsciousness (sleep) on top of an
incomplete. When you attempt to recall such an incident (and any other
incident/upset you handled by going to sleep) you will come up with,
"Nothing's there," "Nothing comes up," "I can't think of anything
else." This is because the incomplete is hidden under layers of
unconsciousness (sleep). To recall such an incident you must
acknowledge all the other incompletes that are hiding it—especially
"That's all I can think of for now."
Once you post
Clearing #1 it creates space for other thoughts that
were suppressed (hidden from your mind) to come to the surface.
If you quit, say after post #3 (often because you're
beginning to not feel good about yourself), it's
possibly because the closer you get to the biggie, the one
that's been hidden under the other thoughts, (the
specific incident that's say, the source of your lying throughout life) the
more your mind wants to protect itself from the
realization of just how unethical or irresponsible
or abusive it (your mind) has been, so it talks you into
using the well established "quitting" neuron pathway. Not to worry, if you're intent on having
life work, you'll return and begin again
(doing 5 days in a row) or, you'll find another way,
therapy, counseling, or journaling, to complete
#7 The Clearing Process is an
excellent predictor for a life partner. If you
invite someone to do
The Clearing Process for
Couples with you and they decline you'll know they
are hiding something. Most importantly, you'll see
that they are not willing to be contributed to.
example: "Here, read this book," "Wear these colors,"
"Try this food," "Let's take dance classes."
Instead, your invitation might trigger an abusive
criticism of the process such as, "That's a bunch of
New-Age touchy-feely crap!" A
partner in a 5-year loveless marriage has little
hope of being able to have his/her partner do The
Clearing Process with them; whatever respect there
was at the beginning is hidden under the unresolved
breakdowns in communication.
your five clearings in a row before you invite
another to do The Clearing Process for
your partner must first do The
Clearing Process before you do The Clearing Process for Couples together.
Press the Sample button to get a sense of
what a clearing looks like.