The Online Wisdom Course also comes with a series of Further Features, including;
- Exercise Sheets
- Journal Sheets
- Test Yourself Question and Answer sections
You can print these off from the PDF files provided and do at your leisure.
Exercise Sheets – Written Exercises
Optional written exercises are outlined at the end of each Module as part of the course. These subjects and activities are specially selected to get right at the heart of all of the crucial aspects and areas of life and of one’s own thinking.
If you are working with a printer you can print off Exercise Sheets for each of these from the PDF files provided, either from the exercise page itself, or via the ‘Exercise, Test Yourself & Journal Sheets’ option from the Main Menu.
Even if you aren’t working with a printer, you can still do the exercises on a piece of plain paper, as the instruction paragraphs for each exercise are given on the relevant pages.
Journal Sheets – Ongoing Activities for Advancement at Any Time
In addition to the specific exercises, more general journaling can be done through the use of three additional Journal Sheets provided.
The first two are for basic journaling at the end of a day, or following a dream after sleeping, and the third is available for use as a targeted focus for anything which you think or feel may be of use to you.
Again, these can also be done on plain paper if you don’t have a printer, as the ‘lead in’ sentences or prompts are provided.
A further PDF of a spare lined page which can be used for extra space when doing both exercises and journals is also provided.
Awareness Exercises – Complementary to the Written Exercises and Journals
As well as the general thought processes that will naturally take place during your time away from these pages, additional optional awareness exercises are planned at the end of each Module, identifying the most useful key insights which can be focussed on between reading or writing sessions.
These exercises can be effortless, by which I mean struggle-free, if you are inspired to do them by a passionate desire to know yourself and to become and discover more. You can even think of them as an integral part of the adventure of your own consciousness and self.
Test Yourself Questions & Answers – What you measure, you can manage!
“What you measure, you can manage” – Chris Newton
Each Module of the course finishes with a short Test Yourself questions section, for which answers are also provided later on.
Even if you don’t think you understand everything, don’t worry about having a go at the Test Yourself questions.
This exercise is about developing and attaining understanding, which is actually enhanced by attempting the questions, whether correctly or incorrectly, so only good can come from trying them, and if you keep at it you will soon be able to answer them once you get used to them, and this will help you to learn, too.
The Full Screen Feature (F11)
To enable you to focus fully into the material itself, Wisdom The Course is designed for a full screen viewing experience.
Use The Full Screen Feature by Pressing F11
This enables you to see just the course when you are reading, rather than any browser buttons, browser application interfaces, or status bars.
Press F11 on your keyboard to toggle there and back between full screen viewing mode and normal screen. All the pages of the course are designed to work and look great in full screen mode.
To remove any status bars, etc., you can also uncheck these on your web browser’s View drop list before pressing F11. You can return to the normal screen view at any time by pressing F11. Some browsers may vary.
Key Message Pages – Navigating The Key Message Pages
Wisdom has some 52 Key Message screens to reinforce many of the most important aspects and insights.
In alignment with the Full Screen experience, and to remove the need for any cluttering over the Key Message page displays, an ‘invisible’ navigation link system has been devised so that you can move to the previous page of a Key Message screen by clicking on the left half of its image, and move to the next page of the course by clicking on the right half of the screen.
If you have accessibility requirements you can still navigate, as text-based links will appear for any browsers that are set to disable style sheets (disabling style sheets is not recommended for general use).