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TRV 101: Frequently Asked Questions - Stage 3
TRV 101: Frequently Asked Questions - Stage 3

   Q: Something different is happening with my S3's, they usde to be very detailed. Now, the data in my S4's wants to be longer, like two pages. What do I do?

   
A: Stage 3 sketches are not supposed to be "very detailed" (Stage 6 drawings, however, are). It would appear that you have finally mastered S3. Now, stop doing what you "want" to do, and follow the instructions. Anything beyond the 2/3rds page point in S4 should be considered nothing but AOL.

   Q: When "we" draw the S3 Freehand sketch are we supposed to be using the dimensions that we wrote down in s2? Or is the S2 data collection just a means of "getting closer" to the target? When I look at the Mod 2 video it appears as if the dimensions are not referred to at all during the S3 Freehand sketch creation.

   
A: Correct. The first (session) S3 sketch -- the S3 'freehand' -- does not employ any S2 dimensions. The subsequent S3 analytical sketches, however, do.

   Q: In your session, I noticed that neither the Idea Template nor any of the S3 Analytical sketches had dimensional data. In labeling X1 and X2, would these be elements? X1 had no label in the movement exercise and X2 was labeled as an aspect.

   
A: 1. Labeling dimensions is no longer a requirement in higher-skill TRV sessions. Also, at expert/advanced level, labels in the I.T. become optional.

   2. There are uncommon cases where the viewer knows that the two most important site aspects, in the initial S3, are of equal value -- essentially two (rarely more) 'targets.' (For instance, a homicide investigation wherein a TRV session establishes that there was a pair of murderers, rather than a single killer). In this session, I knew that the two life form aspects, separated by the long motion lines, were actually the same life form, at different points in space and/or time. Thus, the labels as such. (Note: remember, 'elements' appear only in the idea template).

   Q: I'm a beginner at TRV, and have been practicing for a couple of weeks. In one of the last practice sessions I did, the target was of a waterfall coming off of a rocky cliff. After I drew my freehand sketch using the descriptions of motion from the initial sketch, and labeling the different features on the sketch, it looked like a Mountain. For some reason though, I really felt that it was man-made. When I looked at the picture of the target, my freehand sketch looked like what I saw in the picture...It had pointy edges like a mountain, and there was an area that I had described as light, airy, and cold which is where the waterfall was in the picture. I wrote down and discarded all my AOL's, yet I still felt that it was man-made. What could I be doing wrong?

   
A: You are doing nothing wrong. Avoid making the same mistake again.

   Q: What happens if you label one aspect as X when it is actually A for example? When you do the movement "from the top of the TARGET..:" will you TRV the actual target aspect or the one you labeled as such?

   I ask this because sometimes it happens that when performing movements on A, B, etc... The data I get from A seems to belong to B and vice-versa. I wonder why?

   
A: Yes, when that happens it's usually because you have mislabeled the target and/or aspects. It works itself out as you continue to make movements. By the way, that is why the first movement should be "from the top of the target" and not "from the top of X"

   Q: I want to target a prior session I have done, yet for reasons I won't list here I don't want to use the same TRN from the original session. What I want to do is put the prior session in a target folder and target that. I know this seems convoluted, but I do have good reason for doing it this way. My question is: after placing the prior session in my target folder what cue would I use to target the target that I was getting in the prior session. I'm thinking something along the lines of "Enclosed session/ Further identifying Details". Another question is regards to this. Assuming the above cue is correct would I just put the session in the target folder or would I want to write something on the prior session such as "target".

   
A: This is not an uncommon practice. Take your S3 sketch that you want to investigate further - if it's only one aspect of the sketch then draw a circle around only that part. Cue it "target" - assign it new TRN's and off (snapping along) you go.

   Q: Do you write "target" on the S3 also then, or just leave it as is, assuming you are not targeting a particular aspect of it.

   
A: Yes, label it 'target' and assign it new TRN's.

   Q: S3/Idea Template question: Is the data in these sketches always "literal" or can it sometimes be "symbolic." I ask because in another session I came up with a red flag that does not appear to have an analytical literal meaning but might symbolically represent "warning" instead. I hope your answer is the data is always literal and sorry if I missed that in your excellent training tapes.

   
A: There are TRV target classes that do indeed produce 100% symbolic data. However, the unconscious rarely, if ever, mixes the symbolic with the literal in TRV sessions. Thus, the red flag in your data was a referent to something physical/tangible.

   Q: I have a question concerning the application of Peaks and Angles in the S3 Analytical drawings:

   Sometimes is seems difficult to apply the peak or angle to the drawing.

   Can peaks or angles be drawn separately without connecting lines? Example: Diagonal Up and Diagonal Down would represent a peak. I am not sure how to handle this?

   
A: Although dimensions, such as peaks and (right) angles are most often elements of some archetypical thing (in the S3 analytical sketch), any single dimension may indeed demand autonomy.

   Q: When producing the sketch on Analytical S3 can we add new things, that weren't described in S2 dimensions?

   
A: Yes.



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