walking around with your feet tied together. You never look
down, so you don't know the rope is there. And you
wonder: why do I keep tripping? Why do I keep
falling down? When we are blocked, confused, indecisive,
conflicted, we are in effect forgetting to look down (i.e., within).
Claritywork is the equivalent of looking down, finding the rope, and
ultimately removing it.
laritywork begins with your initial
inquiry. The practitioner will ask you what it is you wish to
clarify, and may
see fit to assign homework prior to the consultation. This
assignment begins the clarifying process and can save time in the
laritywork is a
process of revelation.
It requires willingness, honesty and frankness to ensure you get what
you want from it. The session proceeds as a sort of
(typically, client and practitioner each take notes when the other is
speaking). In the first two-thirds
of the session, you do most of the talking, guided by the
practitioner's questions. These questions are shaped by your
intention, your words, gestures, expressions, tone, etc. which provide
the practitioner needs in order to navigate, to see.
In the remaining time, the practitioner speaks, sharing all guidance as