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  1. This year's Train the Clean Trainer programme will include Systemic Modelling

    This year's Train the Clean Trainer programme will include Systemic Modelling™. It will be a unique opportunity to learn from four of the world's leading clean trainers. Yes four, Caitlin Walker is...
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    Northern Taste of Clean - April 2014

    The Northern Taste of Clean is happening on the 5th and 6th of April 2014 in Liverpool. It's part conference, part symposium and part house party. There'll be a series of workshops around the house...
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    Steve Andeas asked me: I replied: ...

    Steve Andeas asked me:

    I replied:

    'Whereabouts?' might seem like a vague version of 'Where?' but in practice it can serve a different purpose. In English 'Whereabouts?' can either mean...
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    I'd call that wisdom

    "The thing is that I question the ability of A to formulate a proper B". I'd call that wisdom. I tend to think of A's initial B as a first approximation. Once they get feedback as a result of their...
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    I love this post Corrie. One way to winkle out...

    I love this post Corrie.

    One way to winkle out the hidden is to go straight for a B that we wish for. Our mind, body and the world will react and hence reveal themselves. The Higgs-Boson was not...
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    Hi Corrie, Rather than "Both in Clean Space as...

    Hi Corrie,
    Rather than "Both in Clean Space as in Emergent Knowledge David started by establishing A, that stands for who you are today",
    I'd be a little more specific, I'd say: A stands for who...
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    Hi Corrie, it doesn't matter whether the...

    Hi Corrie, it doesn't matter whether the facilitator's intention is honoured. It matters that the facilitator:

    a. knows their intention (as David's mentor Bill Rawlins used to say "when you ask...
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    Where do you want your questions to go?

    Presentation to Sydney Clean Practice Group, 15 Feb 2012
    Evening led by Penny Tompkins and James Lawley

    WHOLE GROUP ACTIVITY

    Everyone writes down their answer to: And what would you like to...
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    Corrie, what's the purpose of this list? It...

    Corrie, what's the purpose of this list?

    It contains 'Metaphor Therapy' (a methodology containing many processes, theories, techniques, etc. David developed over 15 or so years) as one entry,...
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    I have some serious concerns about some of...

    I have some serious concerns about some of Steve's statements. For example:

    1. "Symbolic Modelling is the proper name what is now in our community the vernacular of "clean language". I don't think...
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    Sticky: The Level-I Competencies for a Clean Facilitator...

    The Level-I Competencies for a Clean Facilitator posted here (version 1.4 ) has been updated by version 1.5. And since then a draft version 1.6 is waiting for ratification from the community (i.e....
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    BRIAN: ...

    BRIAN: If a client says, part way through a session,
    "All these questions, will these sessions be like this?"
    it feels to me (s)he has stepped...
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    BRIAN: “Clean Language is hard for the therapist...

    BRIAN: “Clean Language is hard for the therapist operationally and is easy for the client because it addresses the notion: 'What's the next question the client would really like to be asked?' and...
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    Resistence?

    For those who are not a member of the LinkedIn group, I'll post those replies here too:

    JAMES: Interesting post Brian. Answering your question, "Do...
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    Comments on It Certainly Ain't Clean

    There were quite a few comments and I had a discussion with Steve Andreas on the same topic so I put them all together at:...
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    As part of an article called Modelling The...

    As part of an article called Modelling The Written Word, Penny Tompkins and I show how we modelled a first-person account by 'a shy person', see:
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    It Certainly Ain`t Clean

    I've been in discussion with Andy on this very subject. He has now produced a blog called:

    It Certainly Ain`t Clean - Metaphors of Movement and Clean Language
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  18. Thank you to everyone who sent me their metaphor...

    Thank you to everyone who sent me their metaphor for the clean community.

    I was delighted with the two dozen responses. Obviously only a few will get into the short chapter. As well as the book's...
  19. Metaphors needed for 'the clean community'

    Penny and I have been asked to write a short chapter on 'The Clean Community' for a new book, Innovations in NLP. It will be an anthology edited by Michael Hall and Shelle Rose Charvet.

    Belatedly...
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    Sticky: I like Steve's definition of clean: And I'd...

    I like Steve's definition of clean:


    And I'd like to offer a variation whose wording may be more accessible to the less initiated:
    A clean approach minimises the contamination of the client’s...
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    "deconstructing the structures" and "removing the...

    "deconstructing the structures" and "removing the structure" is fine, and what emerges? Another structure. We can't exist without structures. Are some structures better than others – I hope so. Can...
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    Three years, and yet it seems so very recent....

    Three years, and yet it seems so very recent. There are many times when we say "If only David were here, he would have loved to get involved in this." And of course he is here, in spirit. And his...
  23. 'Feeling like a leper in relation to the judgers...

    'Feeling like a leper in relation to the judgers within the society' itself involves a judgement – so welcome to the club Steve :o

    James
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    Sticky: Thanks for starting this post Phil, and for...

    Thanks for starting this post Phil, and for Angela in making a valuable off-the-top-of-her head contribution.

    A little while ago Penny and I came up with a list which seems relevant to the...
  25. Developing Flexibility and Stability in Nonverbal Behaviour

    London Clean Practise Group, 2 Nov 2010, led by Penny Tompkins & James Lawley

    Background.
    This activity was prompted by Steve Andreas' feedback on James' modelling of Robert Dilts. Steve noticed...
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