1. A coaching drill where the coach attempts to find certain actions, words, phrases, mannerisms or subjects that cause the person doing the drill to become distracted from the drill by reacting to the coach. 2. A challenging and very unpleasant drill, however, it is extremely effective at bringing unconscious reactions to awareness so that they may be resolved using a Clean Slate process.
Tag: Clean Slate
1. Items, words, phrases, subjects or areas that cause a response or reaction in an individual by the words or actions of other people; causing the person discomfort, embarrassment, upset, or uncontrollable laughter. 2. Restimulators, words, voice tones, music, that are part of the unconscious mind. 4. It is called a button because when you push it (say it) you get a reaction. 5. Buttons are often used by manipulators to gain control over a person by triggering a reaction in them. 6. The more a person uses Clean Slate processes to resolve their buttons, the more conscious, in control, free, and empowered they become.
1. The act or process of becoming clear. 2. The reciprocal exchange between banks of checks or drafts, and the settlement of the difference. 3. A graduated process of removing all reactions, buttons, triggers, fixed ideas, physical pain and painful emotion from a person’s life. 4. Locating places where a person’s attention is fixed and restoring their ability and self-determinism.
1. A Latin phrase translated as “blank slate” or more literally as “erased slate” or Clean Slate. Originates from the Roman tabula that they used for notes. The slate started empty, upon which notes could be written, then erased to write again. 2. The idea that people are born without built-in mental content and that therefore all knowledge comes from experience or perception. 3. Referenced in the writings of Greek philosopher Aristotle (384-322 BC.)