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My experience at The Clearing was, in a word, transformational. Entering The Clearing I never believed that I truly experienced �trauma� in my life, based upon society�s definition of the word. However, I had experienced numerous challenges and events in my life which shaped the way I experienced and emotionally lived my life. With the unabashed love, empathy and support of the amazing staff at The Clearing I addressed these events in my life and transformed the way I held these past events in my heart and in my mind. The program at The Clearing is not easy, but it is also not about rote memorization, fear or blaming. One of the many things I learned at The Clearing is �what is mine to feel is mine to heal.� People don�t make me feel a certain way; it is how I receive, hold and believe in the issue that matters. Using the tools of Spiritual Psychology, I learned, understood and embraced at The Clearing, I set upon a path of healing and enlightenment. One of the principles of Spiritual Psychology is �Spirit meets us at the point of action.� I came to The Clearing with a spiritual belief that was somewhere between atheism and agnosticism. A year after my transformational experience at The Clearing I have an ever deepening relationship with my higher power, Spirit, that is very personal. I certainly do not proclaim to have it all figured out, and I embrace that everyone has a very unique and personal relationship with a higher power whether it is God, the universe or simply nature. What I do understand, believe and feel in my life every day is that when I choose to move my life in a positive direction, Spirit or God or the universe is there with me. There is energy, love and support in this journey. Twenty-eight days after starting my journey at The Clearing I left the facility with a new lease on life; a feeling that I was intelligent, compassionate and filled with self-love and appreciation; my life�s journey was not fatalistic. I was and I remain wildly optimistic about by unfolding life�s purpose. I live and practice the tools I learned at The Clearing every day of my life; these tools and ways of being are my life. I am living my life each day with self-love, optimism, joy and purpose. A funny thing happened along the way; I don�t drink anymore. We rarely talked about our �substance� of choice at The Clearing; instead, we talked about our lives and what was standing in the way of what we wanted to manifest in our lives. As Joe says: �It�s not about the substance.� When I healed the underlying core issues in my life, alcohol lost all of the energy that it held in my life. I have no desire to drink but I am also not afraid, addicted or subordinate to this substance. I am simply at peace without needing the coping mechanism that I used in my life to address the emotional issues. I now heal these emotional issues as they present themselves in my life using the tools I learned at The Clearing. Healing! and not focusing on coping mechanisms or rote techniques for avoidance. Learning tools for life and freedom. None that I can truly think of. Participants must be authentic, willing to learn and open to change. People comment on the cost but: 1) it is not inexpensive to run a facility with a cohort style treatment modality; and 2) what is your life worth? For me it was worth the money and I would have paid more if I knew what the outcome would be.
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I was a supportive family member for my nephew along with his mother. My nephew may live. He would surely have continued to be very unhappy and had a very short life or ended up in jail without the help. This facility does an excellent job. I benefited a great deal as a supportive family member from the intensive work. My only suggestion is that the facility should use potable water to make ice so people can put it in beverages.
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