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  • Impact of casting on role in terms of input

    Janet

    This material was obtained in a private session on December 21, 2015.

     

    Janet: For xxxx — I am surprised that he is a Scholar. I had considered Artisan, but he has trouble with multitasking.

     

    He is often in trouble for lack of attention to detail. I find that strange for a Scholar.

     

    MEntity: First, he is Sage-Cast, so there may tend to be an "all or nothing" element of focus. Sages can multi-task quite well, but Sage-Cast can often show up as the "SQUIRREL!" or "ohh, shiny object" syndrome. Scholars are not inherently multi-taskers or focused. They have one Input. Mixing one Input with a Casting that has 3 can mean a Personality that shows up as fully present or fully distracted.

     

    Janet: Just to clarify — the casting does not add inputs does it?

     

    MEntity: Casting does not add Input, but it does affect Input.

     

    Janet: That is interesting. Can you expand on that a bit? I have not heard this.

     

    MEntity:
    Imagine the Input of Role as being how far one can turn one's head, and the Input of Casting is how many chairs one has for changing direction.

     

    So, a Scholar with One Input can only ever "look" straight ahead, but can change seats to see in different directions.

     

    An Artisan-Cast Artisan can not only turn her head in 5 directions, but she then has 5 different directions in which to seat herself.

     

    Janet: You beat me to the question. So I can see everywhere! lol

     

    MEntity:
    Being able to "see everywhere" can have its challenges and strengths, as well as the single seat and single input.

     

    No combination is a limitation over any other. They are merely different. Each will have their pros and cons and challenges and strengths.


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