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Solution Centered Orientation - SCR-#

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Solution Centered Orientation - SCR-# - Sakarimatrix - Solution Centered Results Presentation , Jouni Sakari Kemppinen , 1996 - 2017 , Professor of Own Life University

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Solution Centered Orientation - SCR-#

  1. 1. SCRATCHES on SAKARI MATRIX ( SCR-# ) The Basis of Solution Centered Orientation Solution Centered Results Processing Method (C) Jouni Sakari Kemppinen , 1996-2017
  2. 2. Functions of Mind What are the 9 Functions of MInd ? SITUATION : 1) Sensing , 2) Thinking , 3) Feeling GOAL : 4) Believing , 5) Wondering , 6) Hoping PRACTICE : 7) Will Inside , 8) Will Outside , 9) Integration SAKARI MATRIX - SCR# - USES THE NUMBER CHARACTER #
  3. 3. The Rooms of SCR-#
  4. 4. Definitions of SCR# modalities  Dictionary definitions emphatized within the SCR# for the various functions of mind  Wittgenstein, L. (1953) Philosophical Investigations, Oxford: Blackwell.
  5. 5. A1) SENSE TO SENSE Any of the faculties by which stimuli from outside or inside the body are received and felt, as the faculties of hearing, sight, smell, touch, taste, and equilibrium.
  6. 6. B2) THINK TO THINK To use or exercise the mind or one's power of reason in order to make inferences, decisions, or arrive at a solution or judgments
  7. 7. C3) FEEL TO FEEL To have a sensation of being ( ~ feeling life ) ; Undergo an emotional sensation or be in a particular state of mInd. ; To be emotionally affected by ; To perceive a state of mind or a condition of body
  8. 8. D4) BELIEVE TO BELIEVE To have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof that one is right in doing so
  9. 9. E5) WONDER TO WONDER To think or speculate curiously , ~ be curious to know . To be filled with amazement
  10. 10. F6) HOPE TO HOPE To look forward to with desire and reasonble confidence ; The feeling that what is wanted _can_ be had or that events will turn out for the best.
  11. 11. G7) WILL (INSIDE) TO WILL To decide or determine. Be determined and sure to ( do ). Volition.
  12. 12. H8) WILL (OUTSIDE) TO DO To perform an act, duty, role etc. To accomplish, finish, complete.
  13. 13. I9) INTEGRATION TO INTEGRATE To bring together or incorporate (parts) into a whole. To unite or combine. ; To give or cause to give members of all races , religions, and ethnic groups an equal oppurtunity to belong to, to be emplyed by, be customers of, or vote in ( e.g. in an organization
  14. 14. RELATED CONCEPTS
  15. 15. Situational awareness
  16. 16. PAST -> PRACTICE  We all have our history , our PAST , our developmental path ; and it's something that we trust in , we can find our memory , own experiences , our beliefs in there.  The PAST is everything that is in our experience, thus the tools of PRACTICE in our use
  17. 17. SITUATION  Every morning we wake up in a SITUATION , that is result of all the choices we have made . Being open is to perceive the changed environment with senses and intuition , and this might be in conflict with what we believe .
  18. 18. FUTURE -> GOAL  To live in SITUATIONAL AWARENESS , one need to plan FUTURE , and most of the times it's based on emotions and what is reasonable ... The different energies of different rooms of SCR matrix activate simultaneously ,  but ! before making any action plans , remember to have a rest
  19. 19. Definition of Situational Awareness  http://teamreadiness.com/?p=4134  Situational Awareness requires that people have access to necessary information (past and present). It requires that they interpret that information to control, influence, predict, or respond appropriately to what is happening. It also requires they make an assessment of what is likely to happen in the future, and that they especially consider the risks of what could go wrong.
  20. 20. Sakarimatrix Triangle Processing Model
  21. 21. Dynamics of SCR-#  * SITUATION consists of Awareness (of self in environment) , capability to Solve acute problems , and to keep Emotional balance .  * GOAL is formed of True values , Possibilities and Vision & mission . ( Goal-setting ideally involves establishing specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bounded (S.M.A.R.T.) objectives. ) ( It focuses intention, desire, acquisition of knowledge, and helps to organize resources. )  * Actual PRACTICE is combination of Rest ( Sleep , meditation , prayer ) , and Next steps ( actions , operations , activity ) .
  22. 22. Developing Practice I - Situation  When 'we' want to develop good Practices , then the CLIENT need to give Attention first to the Current Situation  First the Situation is evaluated with facts of environment and reality , this is the every day 'challenge' one encounters . A1)  Second , in case of problems methods for solving them are introduced . B2)  Third , the Emotions are mapped , and the emotional equilibrium is searched for . C3)
  23. 23. Developing Practice II - Goal  II) Suggestion of change is to define some Goal that better serves a more balanced situation in life .  First , this includes finding out True values from the belief system , and searching any inconsistencies in that D4)  Second , a creative process is guided , where new insights , ideas and Possibilities can be found E5)  Third , a Visioning process gathers together life purpose , goals , targets and mission . F6)
  24. 24. Defining Practice III - Activity  When the Goal has been defined / set , then the Practice can be created and amended .  The DECISION of implementing any plan need to be done  The activity and next steps need to be formulated as actions and operations , tasks and little steps so that they are easy to follow .
  25. 25. Facilitation in visioning, guidance, feedback  The FACILITATOR might be needed in  1) Doing the visioning process  2) Giving guidance of how to apply the newly defined Goal in the Situation  3) Gathering feedback of how the Practice fulfills CLIENT satisfaction .
  26. 26. Table of the Properties each SCR# function represents
  27. 27. Direction of Will  The function of Willing has two directions , need to be steadfast in ones will to learn and 'meditate' in the inner world , and to do ones best in the outer world also .
  28. 28. CERTAINTY - DEFINITION Firm conviction that something is the case. ; "she knew with absolute certainty that they were dead" ; synonyms: confidence, sureness, positiveness, conviction, certitude, reliability, assuredness, assurance, validity, conclusiveness, authoritativeness, truth, fact, factualness ; "she knew with certainty that he was telling the truth" ; antonyms: uncertainty, doubt ; the quality of being reliably true. ; "there is a bewildering lack of certainty and clarity in the law" ; a general air of confidence. ; "a man exuding certainty"
  29. 29. RATIONALITY  Rationality is the quality or state of being reasonable, based on facts or reason. Rationality implies the conformity of one's beliefs with one's reasons to believe, or of one's actions with one's reasons for action.
  30. 30. LIVELINESS  The quality or state of having abundant or intense activity <we were surprised by the liveliness of the crowd at the nightclub despite the early hour> Synonyms animation, briskness, exuberance, jazziness, liveliness, lustiness, peppiness, robustness, sprightliness, vibrance, vibrancy, vigorousness.
  31. 31. COURAGE  the ability to do something that frightens one; bravery. ; "she called on all her courage to face the ordeal" ; strength in the face of pain or grief. ; "he fought his illness with great courage" ; synonyms: bravery, braveness, courageousness, pluck, pluckiness, valour, fearlessness, intrepidity, intrepidness, nerve, daring, audacity, boldness; dauntlessness, doughtiness, stout-heartedness, hardihood, manfulness, heroism, gallantry; backbone, spine, spirit, spiritedness, mettle, determination, fortitude, resolve, resol
  32. 32. CREATIVITY  The use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness. ; "firms are keen to encourage creativity" ; synonyms: inventiveness, imagination, imaginativeness, innovation, innovativeness, originality, individuality; artistry, expressiveness, inspiration, vision, creative power, creative talent, creative gift, creative skill, resourcefulness, ingenuity, enterprise
  33. 33. GOAL ORIENTATION  Goal orientation is a "disposition toward developing or demonstrating ability in achievement situations". Previous research has examined goal orientation as a motivation variable useful for recruitment, climate and culture, performance appraisal, and selection.
  34. 34. STEADFASTNESS  Sure, dependable, reliable, constant, unwavering. Steadfast, staunch, steady imply a sureness and continuousness that may be depended upon. Steadfast literally means fixed in place, but is chiefly used figuratively to indicate undeviating constancy or resolution: steadfast in one's faith.
  35. 35. Theoretical background  In the next image is a description of the various SCR-# rooms, and their respective MODALITIES, both the FUNCTIONS of mind ( L. Wittgenstein) , and their Jungian and Myers Briggs equivalents .
  36. 36. Where does SCR-# come from ?
  37. 37. L. WITTGENSTEIN The seed idea of the Sakarimatrix comes from Ludwig Wittgenstein , who enumerated the things that man does with his mind in the book 'Remarks on the Philosophy of Psychology' , quotes later in German , Finnish and English .  We can read that the list includes " thinking , feeling , wishing , believing , wanting , and knowing " . The list also includes something that can be described with word 'wondering' , that can be interpreted from the additional question at the end [ And can't men also ...? ] .  N.B. In the English translation there is an additional word "intends" , which is has no counterpart in the original German text , nor the Finnish translation . This 'intending' can be thought as combination of wanting and wishing together within the Sakarimatrix framework.
  38. 38. C.G. JUNG  Another insight to the Sakarimatrix comes from Carl G. Jung . When considering the activity of Wanting , or Willing , two psychological directions can be found : Will inside , and Will outside . These can be interpreted as inward-turning , and outward-turning activity according to the Jungian Personality Typing Theory .
  39. 39. SCR-# ~ Jungian theory  Knowing ~ sensing / sensation—perception by means of the sense organs ( S)  Wondering / intuition—perceiving in unconscious way or perception of unconscious contents ( N)  Thinking / thinking—function of intellectual cognition; the forming of logical conclusions ( T )  Feeling / feeling—function of subjective estimation ( F )  Will outside / Extraversion means “outward-turning” ( E )  Will inside / introversion means “inward-turning” ( I )
  40. 40. Myers and Briggs : Type Indicator  Myers and Briggs added a "concept that a given type's fourth letter (J or P) indicates a person's preferred extraverted function, which is the dominant function for extraverted types and the auxiliary function for the introverted types" [ Wikipedia ] . This applies to Life style preference .  This addition can be found carefully thinking about the two functions that Wittgenstein lists : Believing and Wishing . Believing is something that is already 'judged' either by thinking and / or feeling . Wishing contains a possibility of an open outcome , especially when one wishes for something better . Even a wish might be clearly defined , it still contains a chance of changing it .
  41. 41. SCR# ~ Myers Briggs  Believing ~ Judging life style preference ( J )  Wishing ~ Perceiving life style preference ( P )
  42. 42. Michael Daniels - Watchword technique  Locating the functions of mind within the Sakarimatrix has been influenced by Michael Daniels' Watchword technique . He lists the directions with these words ( from upper left by rows ) :  Guide , Progression ( Giant ) , Imago ,  Inner ( Soul ) , [Center : Station , Battle , Destiny ] , Outer ( Persona ),  Shadow , Regression ( Dwarf ) , Spectre .
  43. 43. BEMERKUNGEN...  14. " Der Mensch denkt , fühlt , wünscht , glaubt , will , weiß . " Das klingt wie ein vernüftiger Satz . So wie : " Der Mensch zeichnet , malt , modelliert . " Oder : " Der Mensch kennt Saiteninstrumente , Blasinstrumente . . . " Der erste Satz ist eine Aufzählung alles dessen , was der Mensch mit seinem Geiste tut . Aber so , wie man zum Satz über die Instrumente die Frage stellen kann " Und kennt der Mensch nicht auch Instrumente , die aus quiekenden Mäusen bestehen ? " und die Antwort darauf wäre : Nein -- so müßte es zu der Aufzählung der Geistestätigkeiten auch eine Frage geben der Art : " Und können die Menschen nicht auch . . . ? " BEMERKUNGEN ÜBER DIE PHILOSOPHIE DER PSYCHOLOGIE , Band II , Ludwig Wittgenstein
  44. 44. HUOMAUTUKSIA...  14 . " Ihminen ajattelee , tuntee , toivoo , uskoo , tahtoo , tietää " Tämä kuulostaa järkevältä lauseelta . Aivan kuten : " Ihminen piirtää , maalaa , muovaa . " Tai " Ihminen tuntee jousisoittimia , puhallinsoittimia . . . " Ensimmäinen lause on luettelo kaikesta siitä , mitä ihminen hengellään tekee . Mutta samoin kuin soittimia koskevasta lauseesta voidaan esittää kysymys : " Eikö ihminen tunne myös soittimia , jotka on tehty vikisevistä hiiristä ? " ja vastata " Ei " , samoin hengen toimintojen luettelemiseen on lisättävä sellainen kysymys kuin " Eivätkö ihmiset myös voi . . . ? " HUOMAUTUKSIA PSYKOLOGIAN FILOSOFIASTA 2 , Ludwig Wittgenstein
  45. 45. REMARKS...  14. " Man thinks , feels , wishes , believes , intends* , wants , knows . " That sounds like a reasonable sentence , just like " Man draws , paints , models " , or " Man is acquainted with string instruments , wind instruments , . . . " . The first sentence is an enumeration of all those things man does with his mind . But just as one could add : " And isn't man also acquainted with instruments made from squeling mice ? " to the sentence about the instruments -- and the answer would be " No " -- so there must be added to the enumeration of the mental activities a question of this kind : " And can't men also . . . ? " REMARKS ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY , Volume II , Ludwig Wittgenstein [*'intends' , no counterpart in the original German text]
  46. 46. P. MARTYN-SMITH on 3x3 MATRIX Hi Jouni - all I can add to the 3 x 3 is that only the 8 Outer values are given male to female attributes, or any of their attributes, while the centre is not. If the central value is either clear and empty, or given = 5, then 5 stands alone without any pairings in 1 to 9.  See Chapter 1, Shuo Kua/ Discussions on the Trigrams page 262/279 in the I Ching Wilhelm/Baynes. This might be of interest as this gives the base for the readings given to all the 64 Hexagrams. The verses are also reflect Trigram's Attributes in the correct or incorrect balance/placement of an energy line. The main consideration in our conduct deals with the 2 lines of Man, as our own actions being derived from an inner place of decision in the 3rd line - it's the decision made that is of importance.  Firmness within, yielding without places the 3rd as correctly being a firm unbroken line, and the 4th outer correct place as a broken yielding line (whose central 1/3rd is also empty (in order to receive a moving light unbroken line that unifies the ends).
  47. 47. PROCESSING with SCR-#  The process definitions ( questions ) vary according to client needs  The process forwards in an preordered manner , yet dynamism is possible  There are mini reports during the processing  The process ends in an image , that gathers together the guidance found for the development  End report is a required to prove that the process succeeded
  48. 48. How to do SCR-# process  Find a description of an examplary process here : http://www.sakariohjelmistot.fi/scr/how_to_ do_scr_process.html
  49. 49. Defense mechanisms and SCR-#
  50. 50. CHANGING BEHAVIOR  The Key to changing hurtful / harmful behavior is in the Creativity of the mind . The insights , ideas and intuitive learning can provide ACCEPTANCE OF CHOICE , and solve the challenge of Denial .
  51. 51. R. Lloyd Richmond  "You cannot surrender your pain and suffering to God if deep in your heart you persist in clinging to psychological defense mechanisms which shield you from that very pain." -- R. Lloyd Richmond  DENIAL has been put in the center because it is a central defense mechanism , that binds the other defences together , and keeps the 'psychological balance' , and the 'complex system of mind' functional , by allowing "unconscious defenses become active automatically and hierarchically when they are needed . "  What do the Psychological Defense Mechanisms Protect ? Simply -- THE INNER CHILD .
  52. 52. SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
  53. 53. A1) SENSING
  54. 54. B2) THINKING
  55. 55. C3) FEELING
  56. 56. SITUATION
  57. 57. GOAL ORIENTATION
  58. 58. D4) BELIEVING
  59. 59. E5) WONDERING
  60. 60. F6) HOPING
  61. 61. GOAL
  62. 62. ACTIVITY
  63. 63. G7) WILLING (INSIDE)
  64. 64. H8) DOING ( WILL OUTSIDE)
  65. 65. ANSWERS ? ? ? What do you get when you step out of the box ?  An Egg ?
  66. 66. Y. McFarland - Earth Language
  67. 67. SUMMARY  SCR-# ,( SOLUTION CENTERED RESULTS , Sakarimatrix ) is a tool and method to apply all the Functions of Mind .  It utilizes Earth-Language symbols developed by Y. McFarland  It syntethises the Solution Centered Orientation model  It can implement theories in the conceptual framework based on the Philosophy of L.Wittgenstein , and Personality Theory by C.G. Jung  It can be used for programming applications, e.g. i.a. among mental health rehabilitation , decision making , photography ...
  68. 68. "SCR-# AT CHES" of photography

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