Clearness Committee

The Clearness Committee

The Clearness Committee can help you to learn the value of asking open, honest questions, to experience how everyone has an inner teacher, and to see what happens when we commit to the ideas of no fixing, advising, saving or correcting one another.

The Clearness Committee process is both simple and demanding. Done well, it is a positive experience for everyone involved. But done poorly, it can cause hurt and even harm. So a deep understanding of the practice and careful preparation of the focus person and committee members is essential.

Here are several tools to help with your Clearness Committee or Listen Group:

What is a Clearness Committee? What are it’s Guidelines?

Guidelines for Open Questions for Clearness Committees or Listening Groups 

Contemplative Listening and Responding

Reminders for Clearness Committee Members

Points for Clearness Committee Clerk