It wasn’t until I saw this visual on 3/7 Associations II that I really, truly understood things. I wish we had this for Associations I (or maybe I sped through it?). Anyway, just wanted to say this was really useful.
i disagree and agree, visualization is a strong and powerful tool. What is even more powerful is to get pen and paper and draw the visualization yourself. (or draw it in a computer program, whatever you prefer)
This helps because you are visualizing, and you are making the visualization yourself which is even more powerful then being provided one.
Feel free to post visualization your drew if you have doubts, then i am sure we can help you out
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