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 A particularly interesting feature of the nature of the ‘Power of Six’ is that it operates on many levels, operating with a fractal or holographic nature. For example, when running six sets of six questions, each set of six questions will have a general theme of the nature of each single step within the process; (see the transcripts in Chapters 6 and 7). A particularly interesting feature of the nature of the ‘Power of Six’ is that it operates on many levels, operating with a fractal or holographic nature. For example, when running six sets of six questions, each set of six questions will have a general theme of the nature of each single step within the process; (see the transcripts in Chapters 6 and 7).
  
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 Another interesting insight from [[people:​steven_saunders|Steven Saunders]] in this area is showing that the pattern of six with a pause to consolidate is a pattern we, in the occident, have all inherited through our culture and ancestors – this pattern is based on the seven-day week. The clues to this ancient pattern are still encased within the original names and symbolism of the days of the week: Another interesting insight from [[people:​steven_saunders|Steven Saunders]] in this area is showing that the pattern of six with a pause to consolidate is a pattern we, in the occident, have all inherited through our culture and ancestors – this pattern is based on the seven-day week. The clues to this ancient pattern are still encased within the original names and symbolism of the days of the week:
  
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