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Mikael Eriksson
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I get impressions of people. What kind of person they are. It would be very helpful in cold reading. I have done it for years, but I have one BIG problem. I have a very hard time to put my impressions into words. This is how it works: I see someone, and immediately I get an impression of them. A very solid impression, that makes me feel I know A LOT about them. The problem is that when I think about something to say about them, it´s like an invisible wall, that prevents me from doing it. I seem to see the whole picture to such an extent that I can´t point on a single detail. Ironically, I have noticed I have become better and faster at getting this "whole picture", and at the same rate I get worse and worse at putting it into words. Anyone else have this problem? Is there any way I can learn how to put it into words? It´s often mentioned that "you need to get practical experience in...", but that´s exactly what I´m doing! Every day! And it doesn´t work.

Frustrating...


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Sorry can't help ya too much. Maybe if you learn some general-ized type saying that will help get you past the wall. Could make you more comfortable and get you more information at the same time. Good luck.
Not clever enough to come up with something orginal, or did I.
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I get the same problem from time to time.
What I've done after I get the big picture is to try and pin point an event in there life, something in there house, I focus on that, and most of the time I get the impression of the kind of relation they had with their parents, or parent.
I start discribing them the relation at first, and from there the big picture starts to fragment into little impressions. eg, their school, friends (who they must of grew up with, etc) .

It is like walking through their life through this big mess of information overload.

I hope that helps some.
I found it amazing that you posted such a question, I've had the same problem for a while. Incredible.


E-Leoni.
Mikael Eriksson
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On 2002-10-25 10:43, E-Leoni wrote:
I get the same problem from time to time.
What I've done after I get the big picture is to try and pin point an event in there life, something in there house, I focus on that, and most of the time I get the impression of the kind of relation they had with their parents, or parent.
I start discribing them the relation at first, and from there the big picture starts to fragment into little impressions. eg, their school, friends (who they must of grew up with, etc) .

It is like walking through their life through this big mess of information overload.

I hope that helps some.
I found it amazing that you posted such a question, I've had the same problem for a while. Incredible.


E-Leoni.

Maybe my intuition is starting to work after all? Smile

Mikael
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