3 Parts of a Symbol or Word
1) What the word looks like
2) What the word sounds like
3) What the word means
Mastery is a level of learning where conscious thought is no longer required. It is the ability to own the data learned as actual experience. When something is mastered, there is no need to worry about being able to remember it --- it's probably impossible to forget.
When someone masters something, it becomes a part of that person. It becomes part of the individual's thought and creative process. It adds the quality of its essence to all subsequent thought and creativity of the individual.
From Dyslexia the Gift web site, www.dyslexia.com
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All letters, punctuation marks, numerals, and words are symbols. For any symbol or word to be truly mastered, all three of its parts must be understood, created and mastered.