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Post Any of the pros can review this session?
Hi,

I don't know if this post belongs to this category, but here it goes.

I have finished DVD 2 and I'm practicing. I did this session and I didn't get the water/liquid aspect.

Am I doing as expected at this point in the course? Any tips to improve my sessions?

[6505/4898]

If you want to do a blind session with this target don't look the following data.





Page 1. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/1.gif
Page 2. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/2.gif
Page.3 http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/3.gif
Page 4. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/4.gif
Page 5. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/5.gif
Page 6. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/6.gif
Page 7. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/7.gif
Page 8. http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/8.gif

[6505/4898] Bridge / Paris, France
Target: http://n.1asphost.com/matrv/uploads/6505-4898/bridgeparisfrance-2.jpg

Thank you in advance.

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Sr. Mat,

Considering your present skill level, not a bad session at all. You did, however, go out on a limb -- too far -- in your S4[A], jumping to the idea of lifeform. The absence of EI's and AOLs on the page is a dead giveaway that you fell out of structure. But, note that your S.T. is still acceptable (in terms of the target), so the damage inflicted was slight -- part of the self-correcting aspects of the process/structure.

Nevermind the missing water; you're doing fine.

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Sun Jan 02, 2005 12:26 am
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Hola Sr. Ed !

In first place thank you for reviewing the session.

In the last few sessions, after finish them, I get the feeling that I have tapped some aspects of the target site but it is like if I was missing something.

I wonder if it is "normal" that my [B] in the initial S3 of a session is completely different from the S3 [B] sketch.

Thank you very much !

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Sun Jan 02, 2005 6:01 pm
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Mat,

If I may employ an analogy:

Any archetype as presented in the S3 Freehand sketch is like a zip file, the S3 Analytical sketch is akin to the actual documents contained therein, after 'opening' the file.

Rarely, will they ever look the same.

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Sun Jan 02, 2005 7:50 pm
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Thank you very much !

Happy New year !

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Mat,

I just wanted to say, that was a really good session you had there!

I was quite impressed!

Let me tell you why.
I studied your templates and your final S.T and I knew it was a bridge or walkway of some kind.
I couldn't tell where or When but certainly from the information you provided I could dicern from the data it was a bridge or walkway.

When I saw the pic at the bottom I was quite impressed to say the least.

What was quite interesting (to me) was S4 [x] S.S.B.P.
You said from the top, but looks as though the data was coming from a slightly tilted location.

Way to go!

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Unless you are working a Target Geometry session, the idea-word 'top' merely insures target connection -- the unconscious chooses the actual perspective, or angle of attack.

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Sun Jan 02, 2005 11:27 pm
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Hey Tech,

Thank you. I hope to get more specific and accurate data with practice. :D

And about perspective ... I hadn't realized about that. Thanks Ed for the explanation.

:lol:

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