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I have a question about changing the position of an aspect after completing a session all the way through a ST.

I wanted to explore further an aspect on my completed ST, so I did follow on work using e(1). When I was finished with that work, I realized the aspect I had chosen to explore using e(1) technique, did not belong in the position I had originally placed it in the ST.

Question: Can I move an aspect that was placed on the ST originally in one position to a different position, after completing such exploration work as e(1), or possibly even an e(2). This changes the look of the original ST, but provides a more precise ST, more quality useful, information.

It might require creating a completely new ST. The original ST doesn't coincide with the new information acquired from the element work. Is this legitimate?

Thanks, Josephine.

Sat Jul 27, 2013 6:47 pm
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No. After you break signal line connection, editing is prohibited.

Do what I always do: rework the original TRNs a second time. That will straighten things out, as well as provide additional details.

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