“IT IS ALWAYS TRUE THAT A MISUNDERSTOOD WORD EXISTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THAT CONFUSION.”
HCOB 31 August 1971R
Word Clearing Series 16R, Confused Ideas
(Subject Vol. 2, p. 161)
“There is a basic law in Word Clearing:
AT THE BOTTOM OF ALL ALTERATION OF MEANING OR ACTION IS A MISUNDERSTOOD WORD.
HCOB 4 September 1971, Issue II
Word Clearing Series 19, Alterations
(Subject Volume 2, p. 170)
“CONFUSION OR ARGUMENTATION, UPSET OR STUPIDITY, COMES FROM A MISUNDERSTOOD WORD WHICH ISEARLIER THAN THE ONE THE PERSON IS NATTERING ABOUT.
… If halfway through a course a student is very upset and he cannot understand his material, and he is being very, very stupid, then there is something in the very early part of the course that he is not discussing at all. This is always the case … Any confusion, stupidity or upset from a level of training always comes from a word misunderstood …”
HCOB 8 March 1989
Word Clearing Series 45, Word Clearing — Key Datum
(Subject Volume 2, p. 244)
“The only times Word Clearing would seem to fail would be if there were errors such as:
The remedy is simple. If one has been word cleared on an area without a resolution of the original difficulty, then MUs have been missed and one need only report right back to a Word Clearer and say, ‘I want my MUs found’!”
HCOB 10 January 1977, Issue I
Word Clearing Series 55, How to Win With Word Clearing
(Subject Vol. 2, p. 280)
“The important data the student is seeking at his course level is IN the materials.
The only way he will fail is by not confronting, duplicating, absorbing and using the materials before him exactly like it says.
… The materials are adequate. If confronted, duplicated and absorbed, they will be used.”
HCOB 13 May 1971
Word Clearing Series 57, Student Grasp of Materials
(Subject Vol. 2, p. 284)