December 1996

Root Page of Article: Going Into the Woods, by Christine Boese

Nonlinear or Associative Thinking

It involves switching your mind to another style of thinking, a random, associational style as opposed to a direct, linear style.

In the West we have been taught not to value this kind of thinking, but most of us know how to do it. And there is a lot of bad multimedia on the market because many folks in this new field have not changed their thinking styles to fit the media.

So take some time to stop and think about how you think. Take a cross-country drive if you like. Or go out into the woods.

Back to my meandering story....

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