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 Can't See The Forest For The Trees-The purpose of [1] SBP... 
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Post Can't See The Forest For The Trees-The purpose of [1] SBP...
When using a prompt like "The purpose of [1] SBP" to explore an element of my S.T. I sometimes feel like I'm just looking directly at the element again instead of its purpose. (or origin, or source, or whatever).

OK, I know I shouldn't be "feeling" things while I'm in the middle of a session. But let's say that I really have missed the target of the prompt, and it's obvious in the resulting S.T. There could be several different reasons, couldn't there? I may have failed to attend properly, but could it also be that the prompt is invalid? What if [1] really has no purpose? (I've always been leery of the word "should", as in "Should Be Perceivable.")

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Fri Oct 27, 2006 11:11 pm
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Actually, you are doing fine. The only reason you've had trouble with this is because you've mislabeled your aspects in both your recent sessions (e.g. doing a movement on, "[A1]," when you don't have an, "[A1]," in your freehand sketch).

Indeed, it can get unruly when keeping track of subscripted aspects! :-)

When using the prompt, "the purpose of...," it is very important to stay in structure and to label your subscripted aspects correctly. When you use such a prompt, it directs your unconscious to a new target. When you have mislabeled the aspects in your freehand sketch, you won't be directing your unconscious correctly.

You are doing fantastic, and your efforts are in the right direction. Keep up the good work!


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"Unruly". Exactly the word I was looking for !
Thanks, David. Stay in structure and label subscripted aspects correctly. Structure and labeling. I can do that!

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