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