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my freehand sketch seems to look the same in every remote viewing session, how can i break out of this. Should i put the pen on the paper and let my hand go or should i trace over slowly and see where the pen touches the paper. It is annoying me because i am trying to pretend it doesn't happen but it does. A friend of mine suggested i think of it as a drawing a picture but you don't know what you are going to draw until the pen reaches the paper. Is that right?

i feel my analytical sketches are good.
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Mon Nov 19, 2007 7:39 pm
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Break this bad habit, forthwith. Try the following:

'Draw' first in the air, above the paper. Ask yourself if that movement is purely an ANS-kinesthetic response, or if you are controlling your hand to any degree. If no conscious control, transfer the movement to the paper, in the form of a line or lines. Pull your hand back up, and repeat the process until you are satisfied that there are no more key site aspects/archetypes present.

I'll be watching over your shoulder...don't screw it up.

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Also, it is important to realize that, if you are uncomfortable with either your S3 freehand or analytical sketches, toss them and start over, moving on when you feel satisfied that they are correct.

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Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:28 am
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That is certainly good advice, I can already see a difference in the sketches.

Much more like when i started the course to the junk Aol sketches that i knew i was spewing out recently.

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