Clearing--A Guide for Professionals

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Clearing--A Guide for Professionals
Author Hank Levin
Type of Article Category:Books about Scientology

NOTE: This article discusses an offshoot. Offshoots are considered something OTHER than Scientology, as they were not developed by L. Ron Hubbard, and they have never been practiced in any Scientology Church.

This 350 page book is probably the best all-round guide to running a Clearing practice, Clearing being the effective counselling side of Scientology. It covers from the various processes, how and when to use them, to how to spot and handle the more difficult people who turn up for Clearing.

The Contents[edit | edit source]

Section 1 contains Theory and Basic Techniques

There are chapters on the following; introduction, understanding the mechanics of thought, the anatomy of dysfunction, basic skills and concepts of clearing, the clearing practitioners code, precision communication, working with the Clarity Biomonitor.

Section 2 concerns Advanced Techniques and has the following chapters; advanced metering skills – instant reads, further procedures, buttons – handling suppressed and invalidated pictures, unburdening, handling specific issues, the four remedial routines, more regressions, running full-lifetime regressions, body-read procedure, emblem therapy, clearing by list, session troubleshooting and repair, suppression, suppressive personalities and rollercoasters, working with couples, managing your clearing practice, training your clients.

There are 20 appendices including a glossary, various assessments and rundowns.

Testimonials[edit | edit source]

(Taken from Amazon books Internet page)

By Kimile Levell[edit | edit source]

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Wow, finally a simple and concise approach to Clearing! I have been a Clearing practitioner since 1989 and I have used numerous methods in my practice and nothing compares to Hank Levin's manual. It is very well written, easy to understand and leaves nothing out. I am impressed with the knowledge the author has about the meter and about Clearing. Anyone who has an interest in becoming a Clearing practitioner and who uses this work will have a huge advantage by following this material. I have used Hank's processes and have had great success with my clients. I'm also using this manual for training my students, and they are having huge breakthroughs with themselves and their clients. I wish I'd had it from the start of my practice. Clearing – A Guide for Professionals is at the core of my work now. I use it daily with clients and students, and they use it daily in their practices and in their lives.

By Michael David[edit | edit source]

A very compact book here. There is no wasted info.I use the book as a solo practitioner, and although I have been solo clearing for many years this book picked up on things I had missed along the way. There are some wonderful rundowns and questions, and just about anything can be handled---it just takes some willingness (not even a lot). It is so simple, yet those who are drawn to it are in for a treat. Levin's contribution is immeasurable.

Just his info on problems and quandries is worth the price of the book.

By Joneve[edit | edit source]

I am very pleased with this book. It seems to cover everything a practitioner would need to know to start a business and work towards clearing others (and self). It is well-written and engaging, too -- easy to get into and stay with (could be better proofed - maybe next printing). The processes are described and presented simply and clearly: powerful stuff! Note: in working with a partner, it is important to choose one with a high level of ethics.

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