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An LP '''Assessment Zone''' is a colour-coded assessment scores used to provide a simple gauge to the amount of work you have to do in order to create internal and external conditions conducive to [[Healing]] and [[Awakening]]. There are four assessment zones, green, yellow, orange, and red. Green means you're good while red means critical, life-threatening psychological or environmental conditions exist.
 
An LP '''Assessment Zone''' is a colour-coded assessment scores used to provide a simple gauge to the amount of work you have to do in order to create internal and external conditions conducive to [[Healing]] and [[Awakening]]. There are four assessment zones, green, yellow, orange, and red. Green means you're good while red means critical, life-threatening psychological or environmental conditions exist.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:36, 30 November 2019


An LP Assessment Zone is a colour-coded assessment scores used to provide a simple gauge to the amount of work you have to do in order to create internal and external conditions conducive to Healing and Awakening. There are four assessment zones, green, yellow, orange, and red. Green means you're good while red means critical, life-threatening psychological or environmental conditions exist.

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Self Assessment > Assessment Zone, Green Zone, Orange Zone, Red Zone, Yellow Zone


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