Course in Subject Clearing

The Fundamentals

  1. The 12 Aspects of Mindfulness 
  2. Be There and Confront
  3. TR0 with Mindfulness
  4. Extroversion & Orientation
  5. The Discipline of Subject Clearing
  6. The Discipline of Discussion

The Schooling

  1. Troubleshooting Schooling
  2. The First Hole in Understanding
  3. The Second Hole in Understanding
  4. Subsequent Holes in Understanding
  5. The Future of Education
  6. The One World Schoolhouse
  7. KHAN ACADEMY for the world

The Subject Clearing Meditation

  1. Auditing and Meditation
  2. The Listing Process
  3. Visualization Exercise
  4. Viewpoint Expansion
  5. Meditation from Mystery to Knowing
  6. Running Scientology Processes with Subject Clearing

Glossaries and Key Words

  1. KHTK Glossary (Metaphysics)
  2. KHTK Glossary (Physics)
  3. KHTK Key Words: Dynamic 8
  4. KHTK Key Words: Dynamic 7
  5. KHTK Key Words: Dynamic 6

The Dynamics

  1. The Eight Dynamics
  2. The Eighth Dynamic: Knowable and Unknowable
  3. The Unknowable and “I”
  4. The Static Viewpoint

The Subject of Looking

  1. Meditation: Key Concepts
  2. KHTK Looking (Spanish/Italian)
  3. KHTK Looking (up to 2013)
  4. Mindfulness (up to 2013)
  1. Comments on Looking
  2. Accessibility of Memory
  3. Straight Memory
  4. Exercises from Scientology
  5. Exercises from Buddha
  6. Exercises from Sadhguru

The Subject of Thinking

  1. Thinking (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: Thinking
  1. Kalama Sutta
  2. The Ideal Scene of LOGIC
  3. The Logic of Data Series
  4. Anomalies and Outpoints
  5. Ideal Scene and Stats of Subject Clearing

The Subject of Mathematics

  1. Subject: Mathematics
  2. Mathematics (up to 2013)

The Subject of Self

  1. The Self (up to 2013)

The Subject of the Mind

  1. The Mind (up to 2013)
  1. Mind and the Universe
  2. Mind and Perception
  3. Mind and Consciousness
  4. Perceptual Elements and Memory
  5. Reality and Anomaly

The Subject of Universe

  1. Universe (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: The Universe

The Subject of Religion

  1. Religion (up to 2013)
  2. Hinduism (up to 2013)
  3. Buddhism (up to 2013)
  4. Christianity (up to 2013)
  5. Islam (up to 2013)
  6. Subject: The Vedas
  7. Subject: Religion

The Subject of Philosophy

  1. Philosophy (up to 2013)
  2. Subject: Philosophy

The Subject of Scientology

  1. Running Scientology Processes with Subject Clearing
  2. The Eight Dynamics
  3. Scientology (up to 2013)
  4. Subject: Scientology

The Subject of Education

  1. Education: Key Word List & Glossary
  2. Subject: Education
  3. Education: TED Talks
  4. Education (up to 2013)

The Subject of Physics

  1. Physics (up to 2022)
  2. Science (up to 2013)
  3. Physics: The Beginning Concepts
  4. Beginning Physics I

The Subject of Yoga

  1. Song of Mahamudra
  2. Patanjali Yoga Sutras
  3. The Bhagavad Gita

The Subject of “Personal”

  1. Personal Pictures (up to 2013)
  2. Personal Music (up to 2013)
  3. Personal Interests & Favorites (up to 2013)


Self-Learning Clinics

  1. Self-Learning Clinics
  2. The SLC Policies
  3. Self-Learning Diagnostic #1
  4. Self-Learning Diagnostic #2
  5. Supervising Self-learning
  6. Continuing the Research
  7. Abstract Thinking
  8. Education and Self-Learning


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  • Gargamel  On March 18, 2022 at 1:48 PM

    What is your viewpoint on this Reading methodology?

    This is an effective reading strategy that can be given to the students to facilitate learning process when reading textbooks and course materials.

    There are 8 steps in the SQ6R process:

    1.Survey: Skim the reading material quickly to get a basic overview and understanding. Conceive the topic, organisation of the text and vocabulary.
    What is this text about?
    Do you need to read this text?

    2.Question: Ask yourself questions about what you have just skimmed;
    What do you expect to discover?
    What are your expectations?

    3.Read: Read intensely in order to find answers to your questions. Read the material slowly for the second time. Reading aloud is also a good technique, as it uses two senses, helping to process and integrate the information.

    4.Reflect: Allow what you have read to sink in, take some time to think about it and reflect.
    What have you read about?
    What else do you think?

    5.Review: After you have reflected, review. Write down and/or say aloud a summary on what you have read.
    How would you formulate the answers that you have found?

    6.Rehash: Share out what you have learned in the material with a peers. Share notes and make additions as needed. Listen to the feedback and react accordingly.
    How would you teach the material to others?
    What is the feedback?
    How could you use the feedback effectively?

    7.Rethink: Consider how any new material effects your existing knowledge base. Purposefuly correct errors, clarify anything vague and add useful details.
    How does the information connect to your existing knowledge?
    What is new for you?
    What errors have you done?
    What are the gaps?

    8.Re-Evaluate: Evaluate how well you understand the material, be honest with yourself, and go back over any difficult sections.
    Do you understand the material well?
    What are the difficult sections that you have not understand?
    What should you go over?

    Each step is beneficial to the learning process. If the student does not comprehend the subject matter well by the end of the SQ6R strategy, they should ask for help from their professor, a tutor or a peer.

  • vinaire  On March 19, 2022 at 7:42 AM

    Gargamel, if this works for majority of people then great!

  • vinaire  On September 15, 2022 at 3:35 PM

    I am continuing to work on Grade 0 exercises, subject clearing style. It is going very well. Along with these exercises, you have to straighten out your diet and nutrition to be successful.

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