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 S2 Practice Strategy 
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Post S2 Practice Strategy
In addition to memorizing and using real world objects buildings, cars, and so on, I wanted to try another avenue.

These photos come from a package of "landmarks" about a deck of cards thick. They have key facts on the back and were in the dollar bin.

Any thoughts as to the effectiveness and usefulness of this practice?

I was also wondering about assigning a TRN and putting these into the blind pool after practice then comparing results after RVing.

All useful comments(especially ones pointing out pitfalls and upgrades)





I seem to have left off AIs of Stonehenge. Will have to redo.

"Wretched mind, do you, who get your evidence from us, yet try to overthrow us? Our overthrow will be our downfall." -Democritus

Sat Dec 08, 2012 9:24 pm
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Post Re: S2 Practice Strategy
I do something similar, but I don't write on paper. I just wonder if you may be confusing your unconscious about RV procedure by looking at a picture and writing down S2s and AI.

Here's what I do. When I'm sitting around or walking around somewhere, I look all over the place (starting with the most interesting/attractive thing) and if I'm able to touch it then I do, taking note about every texture (starting with the most obvious). Then I do the same with colors. I smell things, if possible, taking note of the smells. You might not want to taste everything, but that's up to you I guess. I would use good judgement there. :-) Feel the temperatures, and really pay attention to dimensions... .how would you write them down if you were doing a session, etc. Then of course ask yourself how you feel about the site , as a whole.

So you have the right idea here... I'm just not sure I would be doing it on paper. The more you practice with your physical senses, the better.

Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:00 pm
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