When conducting Visual Connection Mapping sometimes I may or may not consider what is justice and what is not justice.

Three components of justice that I may / or may not consider when applying Visual Connection Mapping are from the principles of the Code of Hammurabi from 1772 BC, namely

  1. actus reus
  2. mens rea
  3. non compos mentis


Sometimes / on occasionJust-World-Hypothesis-300x255, Visual Connection Mapping would apply theories from others, such as the Just World Hypothesis, namely that actions and conditions have predictable and appropriate consequences.

When I conducted Visual Connection Mapping in the drop in center at Our Place Society on Pandora in Victoria City Vancouver Island, BC Canada every Wednesday morning from 0900 to 1100 am (for a number of years pro bono as a trained and qualified Mental Health and Addictions Practitioner), many individuals without a home and living on the streets of Victoria City, BC would refer to the Bible text of Jeremiah, specifically and often even themselves quoting, Jeremiah 10:23 on the corruption of man. They would not be referring to themselves (the individuals without a home in Victoria City, BC) but rather the staff in charge, the three levels of government and society as a whole.


Title: Rundown of Visual Connection Mapping, Part 1 and Part 2

Part 1

Visual connection mapping is meta-psychology. It supersedes any existing therapy or counseling as it falls outside the realm of social work and psychology.


(Image taken in Saanich, Vancouver Island, Sept 17, 2017)

Visual Connection Mapping believes in the potential that an individual has and it believes in the ability of the individual to by-pass regular symptomologies and systemologies by engineering mind techniques which ultimately enables profound unconscious positive capabilities.

Part 2

Visual Connection Mapping is a triangle technique whereby I (in the role of the helper) listen and draw the conversation by using lines. The lines pull out communication that is otherwise forgotten.


(Image, VCM 121)

It works like a magnet pulling out unconscious language which maps the psychosis abstraction in a logically and concrete way.

Each drawing of the conversation starts as a random set of lines but as the conversation progresses the drawing turns into a structured and balanced whole. When the abstract lines end up representing a structure the organization with the conversation changes from psychotic to normalized providing clarity versus confusion and light versus darkness.


(Image of 2 pink flowers, taken in Saanich, Vancouver Island on Sept. 17, 2017)



Date December 18, 2014 at the drop in center at Our Place Society time 1030 am. Often professionals and non professionals would want to know what I saw when I went to Our Place Society because they themselves were curious but did not want to venture into the drop in center where the paid staff and the volunteers monitor and manage the influx of 800 vulnerable people coming in and out the drop in center every single day of the week.

Title: What do I see?

I look out the window while I sit in the drop in center at Our Place Society and I see individuals. One man is sitting on the concrete floor outside. He is a middle aged man. His hair is short and brown/black. Next to himĀ  is a little dog, that looks like Bengy.



The dog is orange in color and wrapped up in a blanket, with just his head sticking out. The man has a green t-shirt on and a dark red dress shirt. He moves his head from left to right. He has a cigarette behind his right ear. He sits and remains seated while he talks to a standing man dressed all in grey clothes. His dog has a black leash band around his neck and the dog sits on a black and grey sports bag.

Behind the dog and the man is a full shopping cart to the left and to the right is a wall of different textures of materials that looks like a white mattress with a sheet on it, clothes towered on top and all kinds of cloth I cannot easily identify.

Crowding starts to grow in the open outside courtyard as two other individuals sit in their disability four-wheeled driving wheel chair – like devices. One man is brown in complexion with a red hat and a red logo on his black jacket and the other man is dressed completely in black, with a black wool hat on. Both individuals are smiling while they look content socializing with one another. Another man directly behind them has a clown hat on.


It is purple, red, yellow, green and black with about five points sticking out. He is a man between 30 – 40 years old and stands with a blue pack on his back with a rolled up pink blanket wrapped inside a blue thin camping mattress, all neatly placed snug coupled to his backpack. His blue and red lined scarf and two water bottles marks his craft of travelling like a soldier prepared.

(Image of a U.S. soldier carried his bag as he prepared)


He stands tall and still with a cup of coffee in his hand. He stares out past the black steel gates at Our Place Society’s courtyard and has a very clear spirit of happiness glowing from him.

Then he disappears and magically found his way inside the drop in center and our eyes met for a millisecond. His pupils in his eyes were dilated and he was smiling. Then he disappeared behind a staircase. I did not see him again.

Title: The Mustard Seed Model, Victoria City, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada

This journal entry of mine was written in November 2014.

Recently in November 2014 The Mustard Seed closed their drop in center in Victoria City. This closure has resulted in marginalized individuals exodusing to the Our Place Society on Pandora Avenue. I witnessed this exodus because I go to the drop in center at Our Place Society (OPS) to conduct Visual Connection Mapping which is a communication device whereby I listen to an individual’s story and draw a picture. I find it is a very ingenious phenomenon – that is – to close one of the two Victoria City drop in center whereby creating a full-on monopoly position for Our Place Society. In one month Our Place Society has increased their service load with no extra government funding to sustain them. To me, the closure of the Mustard Seed drop in center represents a new Victoria City model of care and that is to decrease quality and increase efficiency – but what about the possible detriment the closure brings to the Victoria City community? This is what I call The Mustard Seed Model.

Who is measuring the possible negative effects that the closure of the Mustard Seed drop in center can have on the already fragile strain a marginalized individual experiences?

Will the strain result in an added stressor?

Is this really the most effective way to contribute to solving homelessness in Victoria City?

My recommendation would be to first evaluate what the effects would be to both the community and to the individual before making an adhoc management and / or Board decision instigating the closure of the Mustard Seed drop in center in Victoria City, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada




Title: Stigma among stigmatized, my journal entry about Visual Connection Mapping which I conducting at Our Place Society 919 Pandora Ave, Victoria, BC V8V 3N4.

Within the realm of marginalized there is a hierarchy. This hierarchy rests in the hands of individuals with more power. They apply a revisionism. This revisionism is like how historians write about facts that occurred in the past. To be more specific, in the Second World War and how the Israelites were targetted by the SS. There was a hierarchy in place. A hierarchy whereby each individual followed orders and the majority of system was like a dystopia versus a utopia. The cause and effect of the dystopia is the hierarchy system. It is within this system structure that the human being in the lower ranks cannot voice ones opinion, instead one is to follow orders. Even in 2014 this hierarchy system is in place. It is even in places like Our Place Society where the most marginalized apply the hierarchy system themselves. This leads to a stigma among the stigmatized. To me, it is the hierarchy system which causes marginalization and at the same time it is the best and only human system which is operable. Written August 15, 2013 Picture of the author here under. Sept. 17th, 2017. Greater Victoria Area, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. (Putting my mark on my work by showing my face)21751649_10154769016127019_2748791157897816166_n

When working with individuals at Our Place Society on Pandora in Victoria City, Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada there were times when individual clients would talk to me about their telepathy. So I look-up it up.

Book # 1

“ESP and Psychokinesis. A Philosophical Examination.” Braude. P. 7 – 15

“Telepathic command”

Idea # 1

FWH Myers

  1. Telepathy = feeling at a distance

1.1 Telepathic cognitive

1.2 Telepathic interaction

Telepathy powerTelepathic communication




Idea # 1

Horror Vacui: Fear of empty space. (See drawing, VCM 674)

Mental Zippers.

Idea # 2

“When one dreams alone, it is only a dream. When many dream together, it is the beginning of a new reality.” Hundert Wasser

Idea # 3

“Courage is to feel the daily daggers of relentless steel and keep on living.” Douglas Malloch

Books read

(a) “Pointing out illness,” Hill, Adrian & Keith, Graham, 1895

(b) “The door of serenity; a study in therapeutic use of symbolic painting.” Meares, Ainslie, 1958

Example of Horror Vacui. VCM 674