METHODS FOR THINKING

1. Scientific Method
A.   Purpose
B.   Materials
C.   Methods
D.   Observations
E.   Discussion
F.   Conclusions

2. Flow Diagram Method
A.   Source of power, water, fruit, etc.
B.   Each and every point of flow
C.   Termination of flow

3. Past, Present, and Future Method
A.   Past — store of knowledge and wisdom
1.        Personal experiences
2.        Experiences and thoughts of others from tales books, records, etc.
B.   Present a time for Inventory
1.        Physical — body capabilities
2.        Mental - knowledge and thought capabilities
3.        Spiritual - Insights about being
C.   Future
1.        Matters may proceed with little change
2.        Matters may change greatly

4. Hindu method
A.   Right Information
B.   Wrong Information
C.   Memories
D.   Fancy
E.   Sleep

5. The Square Dance method
A.   The words
B.   The music
C.   The dancers

6. Organizational Universal method
A.   The Many
1.        Those who do not want to change
2.        Events will force changes
3.        All are under pressure
B.   The Few
1.        Those who decrease liberty of the many
2.        Those who increase liberty of the many

7. The Triangle method
A.   Me
B.   You
C.   God

8.            The One Third method
              A.  Preparation
              B.  Work for money
              C.  Service to mankind

9.            The Perfect Conception method
              A.  How is it
              B.  How would it be if it were exactly the way you want it
              C.  How would God do it

10.       The Intelligent method
              A.  Desire
              B.  Ability
              C.  Capacity for Human Relations

11.      The P-A-C method
              A.  The Mind is not erasable
                    1.  Re-live experiences
                    2.  Remember experiences
              B.  Parent – Taught concepts
              C.  Child – Felt concepts
              D.  Adult – Thought concepts
              E.  Four Positions
                   1.  You’re OK – I’m not OK
                    2.  I’m not OK – You’re not OK
                    3.  I’m OK – You’re not OK
                    4.  I’m OK – You’re OK

12      The Companion Circle method
             A.  Left hand circle-me
             B.  Right hand circle-group
             C.  I can relate to five people
             D.  Where in the right hand circle am I

13.     The Mind method
             A.  Initiate
             B.  Input
             C.  Judgment formation           
             D.  Output
             E.  Feedback

14.     The Human method
             A.  Sense – See, hear, feel, taste, & smell
             B.  List – Reason, Judge, Cancel and Forgive
             C.  Agree – Set goal approved by Conscious & not-conscious
             D.  Do – expend muscle energy for goal achievement