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 In '​Chapter 3' it was stated: In '​Chapter 3' it was stated:
-<code+<WRAP round todo 80% center
-'​Internal worlds can be mapped externally by overlaying them into a room or a +'​Internal worlds can be mapped externally by overlaying them into a room or a landscape, which has the effect of objectifying an internal phenomena into a real geographic space from which information is gained – this is done by having the client write or draw then place the pieces of paper in space around them.'​ 
-landscape, which has the effect of objectifying an internal phenomena into a  +</WRAP>
-real geographic space from which information is gained – this is done by having +
-the client write or draw then place the pieces of paper in space around them.'​ +
-</code>+
 and: and:
-<code+<WRAP round todo 80% center
-'The functional component of the client’s problem is their story, that which is +'The functional component of the client’s problem is their story, that which is contained in the context of the words and the issues that are defined by the client. ​
-contained in the context of the words and the issues that are defined by the +
-client. ​+
  
-It is the structural components of the client’s world that are given form, when +It is the structural components of the client’s world that are given form, when the client puts their world on paper, the form of the writing and drawings, where they are placed in space begin to illustrate the structure. The size of the paper chosen, the colours, shapes, scales, scope and empty spaces are all 
-the client puts their world on paper, the form of the writing and drawings, ​ +
-where they are placed in space begin to illustrate the structure. The size of +
-the paper chosen, the colours, shapes, scales, scope and empty spaces are all +
 aspects of how this problem is constructed.'​ aspects of how this problem is constructed.'​
-</code>+</WRAP>
  
 Beginning with these fundamental points, experiments with alternatives to writing and drawing were performed; as it was noticed when working with some clients there was no clear delineation between the structure and form of their inner worlds and the associated meanings. Beginning with these fundamental points, experiments with alternatives to writing and drawing were performed; as it was noticed when working with some clients there was no clear delineation between the structure and form of their inner worlds and the associated meanings.