I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was for someone new to the topic to understand it, something that was made much simpler by your many examples.
The first results are in: I almost immediately figured out my eldest son’s strongly expressed vector, I drew a few conclusions based on how my daughter behaves, and I have a number of suspicions regarding my younger son. I mentioned to my wife what I think of her vectors and was happy to find that she largely agreed with me. The concept of vector acceptance was what stood out to me in the book, as it is a tool anyone without a deep understanding of psychology can use.
I was interested to read how a person’s vectors (which need to be accepted unconditionally) can be divorced from their acquired qualities (impressed on them by exterior forces), after which the latter can be dealt with.
- Hunter, New York