25 April, 2017 by Louise Hockaday
Clean Learning Associate, Christoffer de Graal talks about his passion
for sound and music, and his plans for building a Clean Language community in
9 March, 2017 by Sue Charman
How one member of the Online Practice Group resolved a tricky bind during a 2-hour practice session.
12 January, 2017 by Marian Way
Some ways you can meet and practice with others who are interested in Clean Language.
24 October, 2016 by Louise Hockaday
In a recent Clean Language: Core skills training event, Marian Way told us we needed to do our 'due diligence' to improve in Clean Language. 'Due diligence' is a term often used by David Grove which meant: do lots of practice, get feedback and learn from it.
26 March, 2016 by Sue Charman
At the March 2016 South-West Online Practice Group, we decided to practise “One Minute Motivation”. We were aware of this as a simple and efficient Clean Language tool for helping someone to get motivated to take action...
19 June, 2012 by Marian Way
Several years ago I was talking with Penny Tompkins and James Lawley about creating workshop activities, when one of them said that there are only four possible starting points for any ‘change’ activity.
26 March, 2012 by Marian Way
James Lawley ran a practice group on the topic of ‘Pointing’. What had piqued his interest was a book called Michelangelo's Finger, by Raymond Tallis. James said that at last he had a way of explaining the perspective we take during a Symbolic Modelling session.
19 October, 2011 by Marian Way
At our practice group meeting on Monday we focussed on the syntax of Clean Language and in particular, the use of 'as' and 'when'.
25 July, 2011 by Marian Way
This month's practice group was based on an idea from James Lawley: "Often the bigger the constraint the more learning, e.g. see how long you can keep going using just one of the Clean Language questions."
21 April, 2011 by Marian Way
Following on from Clean Constellations last month, we decided to experiment with similar process, using objects (e.g. Lego bricks, Russian dolls, coins, stones) rather than people as representatives. Of course it then becomes a different process, but has the advantage that instead of needing a whole group of people to cooperate, it is possible to work 1-2-1.