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 Clarifying S4 
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Post Clarifying S4
When you are in S4 and you are describing S4 of A, B etc are you describing aspects of each thing-A,B, or aspects of the target X?
Aren't you being redundant doing S4 when you just did a Stage 2 of each?
Is this because we may pick up extra information?
Also when doing S4 do need to stay in same format as Stage 2 with textures first then color etc.?


Tue Oct 13, 2009 12:40 am
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Post Re: Clarifying S4
In S4[X] you are perceiving and recording information about the aspect of the site that you have labeled X ([X]). In S4[A] you are perceiving and recording information about the aspect of the site you have labeled key aspect A ([A]).

You are not being redundant. You are receiving more detailed and more correct information because you are in better contact with that aspect.

In S4 do not stay in the same format as in S2. In S2 we drive the data collection by sticking closely to the ordered sequence: textures, colors, smells, tastes, temperatures, sounds, and then dimensional percepts. In stage 4, because of our improved contact with the site, the sensory data collection order is driven by the data. If temperature comes in before texture in S4 then thats how you record it.

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Tue Oct 13, 2009 1:10 am
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Post Re: Clarifying S4
Stage 4 allows you to get more detail.. such as emotions in the AI and EI. Plus you can focus on one (1) element of the target at a time.


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