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Session Analysis Machine (SAM) - Level 2
(brief version of SAM form)

 

 

 ELEMENTALS

EXPANDABLES

null : characteristic observed

INSTRUCTIONS 

surface surface
level topology
irregular topology
This is any base surface, regardless of whether it is land, water, or other. Two clicks are normal here, "surface" plus one topology.
 land land
manmade
natural
level topology
irregular topology
steep peak(s)
 If there is a land surface, click "land" and then any of the other elements that match your data.
water

LIQUID
water

INTERFACE
land/water interface

SOLID
ice or snow

 Click any that apply. A land/water interface is where land and water meet.
atmospherics natural smells
manmade smells
smoke or burning (natural or manmade)
cloud dynamics
 Click any that apply.
structure(s)

SURFACE STRUCTURE(S)
surface structure(s)
one
multiple
city
subjects inside
subjects on base surface outside

MATERIALS
natural materials
manmade materials

GENERAL LOCATION
on land
on/in water
on a flat surface
not located on a surface

NONSURFACE STRUCTURE(S)
nonsurface structure(s)
one
multiple
subjects inside
subjects nearby outside
noticeable relative movement
stationary
silent movement
emitting energetics

Click any that apply. Be "lower inclusive." For example, if you perceive a city, you would click "surface structures," "one," "multiple," and "city," since all of the lower descriptors apply as well. "Nonsurface structures" are flying structures. Be lower inclusive here as well. If there are multiple, also click "one."
 natural object(s) natural object(s)
on a surface
not on a surface
 Click any that apply. A "natural object" is any natural formation or thing, including a mountain, cliff, meteor, etc. You do not need to know anything other than that it is natural and whether or not it is on a surface or not on a surface. Two clicks are normal here, "natural object(s)" and the location.
subject(s) subject(s)
male
female
one/few
many/crowd
focused gathering
Click any that apply. Be "lower inclusive." For example, if you perceive a mixed-gender crowd, you would click "subjects," "male," "female," "one/few," and "many/crowd," since all of the lower descriptors apply as well. A "focused gathering" is a crowd that assembles for a single purpose.
mountain mountain(s)
one
multiple
 Click all that apply. Be "lower inclusive." For example, if you perceive many mountains, you would click "mountains," "one," and "multiple," since all of the lower descriptors apply as well.
environment urban
natural
harsh natural
harsh manmade
extensive folliage
distant or no base surface
 Click all that apply.
energetics explosive, swirling, or multi-directional movement
kinetic (fast or slow, one direction)
fire or heat
 Click any that apply.
activity activity or movement by subject(s)
activity or movement by object(s)
 Click any that apply. Significant activity only.
light bright
dim/dark
glow
 Click any that apply. Normal daylight is "bright." "Glow" is something that is giving off its own light.
sounds talking, shouting, voices
booming or roaring
wind-type sounds
loud
noticeably quiet
music, rhythm, or pulsing
 Click any that apply.
temperatures hot
moderate
cold
 Click the one that is most appropriate.
DOMINANT SESSION ELEMENTS structure(s) on a surface
structure(s) not on a surface
lots of subjects
movement/activity/energetics
natural environment
natural object not on a surface
 Click one or two (at most). This summarizes the overall idea of the session's data.
SKETCHES structure(s)
structure(s) on a surface
structure(s) not on a surface
natural object on a surface
natural object not on a surface
subject(s)
subject(s) in a structure
subject(s) on an outside base surface
horizontal base surface
sloping or peaking base surface(s)
object totally below a surface
significant motion of primary object(s)
radiating or explosive energetics
extensive foliage
extensive water
 Click all that apply. Be "lower inclusive." For example, if you perceive and sketch structures, then you would click "structure(s)" as well as their location. The same is true for subjects. Describe only the DOMINANT sketch elements. All sketches apply.