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I just cracked the seal on DVD 3 (getting better with each session). I'm starting to understand the "getting out of my own way" concept and grasping the feeling of what is content and what I'm putting in from conscious mind. I'm now getting the opportunity for a session a day and the results show the value in that. My hand made templates are following strict protocol so my question is this:

When working up your own templates I understand the importance of strict protocol. I see at the beginning of DVD 3 while building the template manually it states for S4, add S, D, AI, EI etc. Although in S1 - S3 I do write "S1 for [X], S2 for[X]" etc is it necessary to preceed each sensory item with an actual "written" "textures," "colors," etc.? It seems to keep things flowing it's faster to exclude that but writing them first seems it would train your mind on THAT particular sense. What's the correct method?

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The 'of' is implied by the brackets, thus: S1[A], etc. Yes, these are necessary 'checkpoints' and must be written down.

No, do not precede each class of S2 sensory impression word-ideas with a label.

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Thanks Major.

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