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After doing a few summaries, it seems to me this particular part of RV is really forcing me to get a better grasp of the session I just completed. I am of course waiting at least 15 minutes to do any analysis/summary. But it is HARD! It's hard to look at my ST and S4 data and "declare" [A] is a life form and it's busy, etc.. [B] is an outdoor setting where [A] is located, etc.... because sometimes I have 'structure' along with lifeform in the same column... and other times there's....(sigh....)
Doing the ST causes you to pull everything together, and doing the summary is like that same process, but on steroids. It's a bitch right now, pardon my french.
Basicly can I get some good starting advice on this or some links to the right threads. I've been looking of course on my own, too. My last posted DVD4-t2 has an example of about the best summary i can do at this point. I'll link to it at the bottem if anyone wants to critique it.
I want to get used to/good at this part soon, as I feel this is a very important part of the learning process. I plan to work with others at some point and have people understand what my session says.
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Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:29 am
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Post Re: Writing a summary
By the end of April (after I'm finished with you), your summaries will be polished products.

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Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:47 am
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That's good to know. Any special advice on what I should be doing over the next 3 weeks, RV'wise? without getting the burnout?


Sat Mar 31, 2012 7:53 am
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Avoid burnout.

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