Who: The Completion Process is a sit-down conversation with a
Process Facilitator, the Honoree, the Process Coordinator (the person who invites the
honoree), and the Attendees—anyone the Honoree wishes to invite.
The Completion Process takes place wherever the Honoree wishes—at a
residence, a hospital, or a palliative care center. The number of
Attendees depends upon the size of the facility the Process Coordinator
arranges. (i.e. The number of people a room can comfortably seat
the Honoree and the Attendees).
The Process Facilitator
begins the process by co-creating some rules: i.e. "Let us
know if you'd like to take a break," "Speak up if you hear an
abusive communication," and similar preferences. The process
usually starts with a review of some of the fundamentals of
communication. The Process Facilitator
then begins asking each Attendee: "For what in your life would you
like to be acknowledged." It takes a few times to hear the
question about acknowledgment to get its
significance (the mind tends to hide the good and "bad" stuff from
itself. Intention brings these
incompletes to the surface to
be acknowledged. The Facilitator creates a context that supports open, honest, and
spontaneous communication—zero significant thoughts withheld from each other.
The Process Facilitator ensures that the Honoree has a safe space to both
deliver and receive all communications from those in attendance.
Most importantly, the process supports the Honoree in being completely and
absolutely acknowledged for all of life's accomplishments and
perpetrations—so they may die without guilt or regret (zero thoughts
such as—I wish I had said . . . or, I wish I had asked . . .).
When: Any weekday determined by the Process Coordinator.
Start-time is always 9:00am. Allow a minimum of three-hours and an
implied agreement to continue for up to another two-hours for a
total of not more than five-hours. Anyone may request a break
Why: The Completion Process is about creating space for everyone in attendance
being complete with each other—so that the Honoree experiences the
powerful experience of loving and being loved.
When all thoughts have been shared verbally what's left is
an experience of love.*
* If you are not
experiencing the experience of love with someone then
you have been withholding one or
more thoughts from them—there are no exceptions to this phenomenon.
Prerequisite: The Process Coordinator must first complete The [free] Clearing Process. This gives the
Coordinator a direct
experience of the value of the process. The clarity that comes from
doing such a clearing has an effect on ones ability to manifest
stated intentions—such as enrolling the
Honoree. A clearing also minimizes the
possibility of a
breakdown in communication between the
and the Process Coordinator. The premise: Unacknowledged perpetrations
(perpetrations that are being communicated non-verbally) are
the main cause for breakdowns in communication.