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Message Subject Notes from an "alternate universe". Introduction to a new way of thinking.
Poster Handle Chaol
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I am not sure about the possibility and interaction elements of my Genius map. I think leaving the symbol at a car dealership might be fine, because it is very related to the goal it represents. Also the symbol may interact with a lot of things nearby.

However, I rarely go to car dealerships. I mean if instead of the dealership I had the symbol at my workplace for instance, it would probably let it be more relative to my perspective, as I spend at least 40 hours a week there.
As far as I understand the interaction is needed to bring the represented thing closer and closer to my perspective by allowing it to create more and more relations with my surroundings. For this reason I don't think that a place where I don't spend much of my time is the best space possible.

I am also thinking about creating a second symbol representing another aspect of the new car and letting its space element be my workplace. I will think about other rules and interaction element for that one.

What do you think?

 Quoting: madcaddy


I think it would be more effective at your home than at the dealership.

Again, the Symbol bridges your current perspective (through interaction) with your desired perspective (the Symbol).

So the greater the Symbol can interact with aspects of your current perspective the more effective it could be.

This does not mean don't leave it at the bank if you don't go to the bank that often. The bank may have a value that is much greater than you think (because of infrequency of bank visits), and thus it may actually be a great part of your perspective.

Experiment, and see which works best for you.

BTW, my younger son, who is just around 14 months old started to snap his fingers the other day (remember: that is the logic element of my Genius map). I found it quite strange, because my elder son who is 3.5 years old still haven't learned how to do it :) Today I saw only one car on the street, so I snapped my fingers once.
Last evening after creating the symbol and the Genius map I was so excited. I felt the same contentment and stillness that I had when I finished preparing for my exams and visualized receiving an A grade. I felt like I already had the car parking under my window.
I hope I can also see it with my eyes soon!
 Quoting: madcaddy


Nice. He's picking it up :)
 
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