Introduction to Subject Clearing

Reference: Course on Subject Clearing

Subject Clearing

Subject Clearing is the continuation of the research done in the Subject of Education. The focus of subject clearing is on SELF-LEARNING. A child starts life with self-learning.  Driven by curiosity and desire to solve anomalies*, he explores, mimics and learns through his own efforts. But that drive is lost when that child goes through schooling, and by the time he reaches High School.

This loss of the drive to self-learn results in much loss of human resources. The task before Subject Clearing is to provide methods to restore that curiosity for exploration, and dreaming of creative solutions.

*An anomaly is any violation of the integrity of reality, such as, discontinuity (missing data), inconsistency (contradictory data), or disharmony (arbitrary data).



It is obvious that we all have doubts, perplexities and confusions about things. The main idea of subject clearing is to categorize such doubts, perplexities and confusions under broad subjects, and then clear up those subjects starting from their fundamentals. 

A subject could be any area of knowledge from what you learn in schools to what you learn from experience in life. So, the subject could be mathematics and chemistry, or it could be the ability to communicate and solve problems. Once the subjects are isolated, one can focus on them and understand them systematically.



The motivation to think independently is lost when, too many times, a child is pushed past things not understood, and which then result in failures. Those failures are very discouraging, and the person becomes demotivated. Subject clearing provides a way out of this situation. 

To accomplish this, Subject Clearing proposes a MATRIX MODEL of the mind that replaces the earlier models, such as, the “subconscious mind” of Freud, or the “reactive mind” of Hubbard. For the first time, this model provides a structure that supports the function of the mind. Furthermore, the concept of ANOMALY, as defined in Subject Clearing, provides a direct approach to resolving doubts, perplexities and confusions.


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