ON THE EVIDENCE OF A PRE-GRAPHIC INTENTION

#140414

Sessions

140414

Gossau, 14 April 2014

Blacky and Madschabu are alone at the setting; the others are in the outer compound

Blacky strokes rather joyfully

The others are entering

Chicca sits down at the painting tools immediately

Tzippi

Digit, Petiri, Pili, Pembeele, Elisha, Mojo

Chicca is stroking

Digit, Balima observes from close proximity

Chicca is stroking
Balima is observing her

Balima doesn't want to participate

Chicca observes

Chicca is stroking

Mojo observes from the side
Digit sits directly above the setting on the rope

(Brigitte is in the corridor)

Chicca is stroking
Mojo is above
Pembeele
Madschabu

Balima

Madschabu

Pembeele

Elisha is dipping herself; takes the brush and leaves

The atmosphere was relaxed and productive today. Blacky was alone with Madschabu at the beginning, which was a lucky coincidence. It has shown us how productive a certain exclusivity can be. We are pleased that Blacky is back again. The extent to which this is dependent on the absence of others has yet to be demonstrated. Chicca joined in immediately, too, and did not want to stop with the stroking. We are impressed at how self-assured she began to dip and stroke with the brush and the paint. There seems to be a certain link between the motivation to stroke and a certain degree of the previous intensity of concentration in doing so. It was very impressive today that Chicca was closely followed by several others, among them Mojo, Digit, Pili, Balima and Pembeele. It remains exciting.