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After a site template is completed and further work is desired on something specific it is labeled [1] as in element one. In advanced training I was told to mark it as [1] and fifteen minutes later I could continue with what I wanted or see, without having to start a new project; like from top of [1] ssbp or whatever.

But looking at the formulating cues the element 1 was viewed with a whole new set of trn as a whole new session;

[nnn2/nnn2] nnn1/nnn1- element [1]

Are both correct? The second way I can see would bring up more details but the first way(if it works) would be quicker.


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Correct, except for the 15 minute thing.

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It all depends on how you execute S3[1].

If you want to break [1] down into it's base archetypes and then investigate those archetypes resulting in a new site template, then go ahead with freehand sketch(don't forget to use subscripts on the aspect labels).

If you simply want a quick look at [1] then complete a S3 analytical sketch followed by a S4.

ps. I would use this format:

[nnn2/nnn2] nnn1/nnn1 [1]

(the brackets around 1 stand for the word "element")

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Ed Dames wrote:
Correct, except for the 15 minute thing.


So right after a s.t. Is done an element can be explored?


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bstuart wrote:
It all depends on how you execute S3[1].

If you want to break [1] down into it's base archetypes and then investigate those archetypes resulting in a new site template, then go ahead with freehand sketch(don't forget to use subscripts on the aspect labels).

If you simply want a quick look at [1] then complete a S3 analytical sketch followed by a S4.

ps. I would use this format:

[nnn2/nnn2] nnn1/nnn1 [1]

(the brackets around 1 stand for the word "element")


So a new TRN is needed?


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Affirmative, you may continue the session.

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Norbert77 wrote:
So a new TRN is needed?


Nope. You can simply use the prompt, "from the top of [1] SSBP" to start the full session. However, the TRN method is useful if you wanted to add it to your blind pool.

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Incorrect -- no freehand S3 would be produced; not a full session:

S1[1] > S2[1] > S3[1] > S4[1] > S6[1] (if desired)


(New) full session => higher-level prompt(s), e.g., the source/origin/creation/cause/purpose/function/destruction/conception/destiny/higher mind/death/birth, etc. of [1] SBP/V

Note that From the top of [1] SSBP/V is not a high-level prompt. It is simply a 'movement exercise' (Ingo's term).

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Ah interesting. Thanks for the clarification.

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Gotcha, thanks for the clarification. I think I'm due for an advanced refresher


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Is there something about the the prompt itself, "from the top of [1] SSBP/V" that prevents the unconscious from obtaining the archetypes for a new freehand sketch? Or is it that there is simply a preferred method, which is to draw a line to a new set of TRNs on the ST?

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Last edited by Brett Stuart on Sun Sep 29, 2013 1:48 am, edited 1 time in total.

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You're not dealing with a new site! Ergo, no new key site aspects (archetypes). You're exploring a finite element contained in/subsumed under and ideationally constrained/Matrix pattern bounded by the original site/target search term.

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Roger. Took a second for it to click. Cheers.

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I perceived the click...

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If wanting to further explore an element by viewing, SSBV, I've tried both from a set distance and from any number of target diameters. This last session this morning I was wondering if a better angle or distance would be possible, which got me thinking; why not "from the optimum viewing distance and angle of [ 1 ] SSBV"

There might be a better word that means both, like trajectory, or opposite of trajectory.

From optimum view point of [1] SSBV?

If that cue worked it could render a better view if one already looked at target from north or east and the target was only viewable from the north east, and maybe put the element size in context with its surroundings, like letting the viewer sketch something that would have been off paper from a given distance


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