Foreword by Lawrence Noyes. Introduction. Part I. Background. 1. The Search for a Resolution to Human Suffering. 2. Berner's Formula for Change. Part II. The Mind. 1. The Problem that Is the Mind. 2. The Structure and Content of the Mind. Part III. Dealing with the Mind: Mind Clearing. 1. Why We Must Do Something about the Mind. 2. The Clearing Communication Cycle. 3. Working with Attitudes. 4. Guilt and Karma. 5. Dos and Don'ts of Mind Clearing. 6. Taking Mind Clearing Further. 7. Mind Clearing and the Mindfulness Meditation Project. Acknowledgements. Afterword. Index.
The foundations, basic principles and techniques of Mind Clearing (MC), an extension of mindfulness practice
Alice Whieldon is a Mind Clearing practitioner, a Shiatsu practitioner and teacher, as well as an Associate Lecturer with The Open University. She is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Alice is the co-author of Seiki: Life in Resonance, The Secret Art of Shiatsu, also published by Singing Dragon, and she lives in London and Norwich, UK.
This book brings a broader and deeper understanding of the
psychological, philosophical and spiritual aspects of Charles
Berner's work and is a significant contribution to the further
development of practice and for the professional recognition of
Mind Clearing. I give my compliments to and have full respect for
Alice's work. -- Desimir D.Ivanovic, "DIJADA" CLEARING TRAINING
CENTER BELGRADE, Serbia, Former President of the Training Standard
Committee of the European Clearing Association
Alice's ambitious undertaking in her book Mind Clearing has clearly made the complex simple. Writing with insight and eloquence, she has successfully integrated the intentions of both Berner's and Noyes' lives' work. She sets the stage for clarity and transformation to free the minds who read this book. -- Meranda Squires, Mind Clearer trained by Lawrence Noyes
An erudite, fascinating and intelligent appraisal of a therapeutic practice which is a logical next step for Mindfulness mastery. Drawing on her own extensive experience, Alice describes eloquently not only what she has learnt from her mistakes, but the potency of this set of techniques to help people take charge of their mind and not be controlled by it. -- Dr Eva Maria Chapman, Psychotherapist and Enlightenment Master, Trainer at London School of Mindclearing (1980s-90s)
This is an excellent exposition of a very powerful set of techniques for freeing oneself from unwelcome aspects of one's mind. The book's explanations are sufficient for practitioners from other backgrounds to start to use some of the techniques for themselves. -- Prof Jake Chapman, Enlightenment Master, author of Tell Me Who You Are