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 'Higher level prompt' reference list 
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Post 'Higher level prompt' reference list
I'd like to compile a list of useful higher level prompts for reference. Please add to the list or correct any mistakes.

General Usage: From the top of [1] something should be perceivable
Large visible objects: From the top of [1] something should be visible
Viewing something from a certain perspective From 100 meters south of [1] something should be visible
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Mon May 28, 2007 7:52 pm
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Rvrobot, Are you looking for movement type prompts specifically like center, top, front, inside? Or prompts like The nearest recognizable feature of [ 1 ] sbp.? Sorry I'm slow. You can go anywhere from the site template or execute brand new sessions off of it. What kind of list exactly?


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I guess the sky is the limit. We don't need every possible permutation, but just an idea of how to construct the prompts. For example, I've heard that if you want a lot of EI data, try

From inside [1] SSBP

Essentially, you would pick a different prompt from the list depending on the kind of data you want.


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Heres a quote from Mr Dames that might be of use

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we would never want to execute a movement 'inside the target' -- you cannot know, or have an idea about, what the target is until analysis is complete, or several sessions are run. If the target were a person, and you performed such a movement, then your Stage 2's of 'sticky, viscous, crimson, dark, salty, salty, warm, thumping' etc. might lead you astray, especially as an inexperienced viewer. That is why initial follow-up/exploratory movements of 'from the top of the target' and 'from the center of the site' are preferred.


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The most recognizable feature of [1] should be visible
The most unique feature inside [1] SBV


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The purpose of element [1] should be perceivable
The function of element [1] should be perceivable

You probably don't need to write the word "element" but I do.

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kocmodpom,

FWIW, the word "element" is portrayed by the bracketing of the number. although it may not be affecting your data retrieval, I would work to always stick within suggested structure wherever possible.

Also, you may want to consider taking the capstone course when another one becomes available. As my memory recalls, Ed went into great detail regarding uses for geometries and several creative prompts that have been used in the past (it's quite fascinating). More can be done than just directional qualifiers of the element itself.

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I did the capstone course in 2004 when the commands were also given verbally hence my confusion on writing exactly what I heard...Thanks for fixing that for me!

My how little details fade over time.

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Post Re: 'Higher level prompt' reference list
(proposed prompts - not tested yet)

The germaneness of [1] SBP

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Post Follow-on prompts
After rereading some classic threads on target geometry and chain of custody such as

this one by the Major

this one by David Rosetta

and another from the Major

I have concluded (rightly or wrongly) that one can successfully use a target geometry follow-on prompt such as, 'from 2 target diameters west of [1] SSBV" without losing chain of custody of the target since you are still at the target site, whereas employing a higher-level prompt such as "the source of [1] SBP" will cause one to lose chain of custody and require a full new session since it is a new physical target site.

Now let's suppose that you are working off of an idea template instead of a physical site template. Are there higher-level prompts that will act as an equivalent "idea geometry" (analog to target geometry) that can be employed on an element without losing chain of custody and forcing a full new session?

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