November 16

How to become a Belief Clearing Practitioner or Coach

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Do you want to help other’s to eliminate limiting beliefs? Maybe become a professional coach that specializes in rapid change. Then belief clearing techniques would be a top choice.

In the last 20 years I’ve seen a few “solutions” to limiting beliefs and almost all of them were ineffective for me and my clients long term.

Things like saying the belief backwards while dancing around like a monkey and speaking in a goofy voice (I did that enthusiastically), and tapping your face and hands (EFT), even guided imagery and imagine burning the belief in a fire, etc. They often work in the moment, and sometimes the positive effect lasts quite long, even months or years. But not permanently.

If you’re going to be a REAL belief elimination practitioner, you need to know what works and what does not. I’d recommend doing a lot of reading on the subject, and at least 2 or 3 trainings from different perspectives.

I recently read a book called Theta Healing because the author spoke about getting rid of beliefs as a core part of her process. There is some value in the meditation part, which I thought was really great, but, from my experience with hundreds of clients, the belief will probably come back at some point when life gets tough.

A couple years ago I bought a training by Dr. Joe Vitale and Steve G Jones called Belief Clearing Practitioner training. After reviewing the entire course I felt let down and betrayed by Dr. Joe, because he knows that the Lefkoe Method works brilliantly, yet he would rather make a buck creating his own program that excludes Morty’s techniques, instead of really helping people. This program was just a little better than total garbage from start to finish, in my opinion. I kept looking for something credible or effective, but that never came. It was all fluff and an upsell to more expensive and even more useless information products.

I’d rather recommend looking into Lion Goodman’s work called Clear Beliefs Training. I’ve read his work and listened to one of his older training programs, and even though in principle I don’t agree that his approach is the best, I do believe that Lion Goodman is honest and sincere. Furthermore his understanding of beliefs and how they work is unparalleled. I would say his knowledge and expertise ranks him among the best in the world.

I learnt a lot from Lion Goodman, so that would be a good place to start.

You also have to ask yourself, what kind of belief clearing practitioner do you want to be? Do you want to be excellent and able to get outstanding results with close to 100% of clients? Or do you want to get started as a career or an “add-on” to existing coaching or therapy practice?

For me, the major driver behind my consistent search for the best belief clearing and elimination techniques is because I want to get RESULTS. I have linked my identity to getting the best results for the people I work with.

And this means I have no loyalty to any particular brand of belief work. If something came along that out-performed the Lefkoe Method, you can bet I’ll be diving in there to learn all about how to do it. I just don’t see how one can improve on Lefkoe’s work, but I remain open to innovations that can increase the speed, because that is one thing which is not consistent. For some clients we can process 1 belief every 15 minutes, and for others 1 belief every 60 minutes. That’s a wide difference, but the end result is always the same – the complete and total elimination of that belief.

Another excellent and relatively unknown resource for limiting beliefs is an Australian author and teacher, John Bligh Nutting. He has several excellent books about balancing limiting beliefs, and this knowledge would absolutely be an essential requirement a professional belief clearers’ library.

The other part of being excellent at this work is about your presence as a practitioner. In other words, how your session flows from start to finish, how you handle difficulties, and troubleshoot what appear to be unsolvable problems.

There is also the matter of client trust, safety and comfort. You won’t get very far if you don’t have this, and it’s not something you can learn from a book or some online training videos, unfortunately.

So your “beingness” and identity as the coach and leader, which is the psychological and emotional role that you play in the session is also essential to getting great results.

My own journey on this path started in Scientology, and that training was fantastic. In those days, scientology was tightly controlled, but today you can get very similar training from a variety of centers around the world. You’ll need to search online for independent scientology training in your area.

In conclusion: How to become a world class belief clearing practitioner in the shortest time possible?

First read some books and blogs on beliefs, by people that really nkow what they’re talking about:

Morty Lefkoe’s Re-Create Your Life – available on Amazon
Morty Lefkoe’s blog at www.mortylefkoe.com (this is excellent)
You can also try the free belief session on his website, which works for many people. If that works for you, try the Natural Confidence program which is the online version of fear of public speaking program, similar to the one I did in 2009.

Lion Goodman’s work, if you can find it. I know he has a training course now and the price is up to about $6,000. I’d recommend his older work, which covers the basic theory in a 7 hour audio program you can still buy somewhere online for $297 or so. The belief closet process is interesting and I have used it with some clients and the results were positive. However, I have not kept track of those clients to confirm if the belief elimination was permanent or not.

John Bligh Nutting’s work on belief balancing. Search for him online, he has several websites that all inter link, and you’re looking for the one about beliefs. Core Belief Balance or something like that.

Practitioner beingness training available at independent scientology training centers. You’d be looking for the Auditor training course, and the Communication course.

To be good at clearing beliefs, you also need to experience working with someone on your beliefs, and experiencing as many different techniques so that you have that subjective reality on what each one is. When you have that experience, you earn the right to have an informed opinion, and can make recommendations from a place of honesty. I’d recommend clearing all of your self esteem beliefs and several other beliefs that might prevent you form having the confidence and trust in the process to follow through to success.

Then, when you have the knowledge, you need to practice, practice and practice and develop the skills. I started doing belief session’s for $25 back in 2009, and because of that super low pricing, I was really busy. I remember one Saturday I started early and finished at around 9pm and I’d worked with 10 people that day, 10 one on one sessions, in 12 hours.

That was how I refined my skill and became really good at the belief process. So that’s my recommendation on how to become a Belief Clearing Practitioner.

I hope this helps you make a decision and I wish for you to become the best practitioner you can be, because the world needs more honest, effective and true belief clearer’s.

Make the world a better place and Clear Beliefs.


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