Reading Disability Symptoms Made Clear
Magical I Am, through its digital game APP Sky-Village™, teaches children in grades K-5 to master reading abstract words and symbols. Mastery means: control or superiority over someone or something. In our case, once all three parts of an abstract or symbol have been 3-dimensionally mastered, the child has it for life.
The reason why academia and the educational establishment have not been able to zero in on the true problem for the dyslexic is because the “interrupter reading disability symptoms are displayed inconsistently when the child reads aloud (e.g., one day in an hour tutorial session, the word “the” will be read correctly during the entire reading session. Then the next day, the word “the” will be read as "one" or “a”, stumbled over, or omitted). Every parent for whom I have done a reading assessment with their child has been amazed when I tell them what their child is doing when it comes to reading the word “the". Each parent has seen it, but has not known what to do with it… or its significance… or why it is happening.
The reason that an “interrupter” reading disability symptom occurs is because the child is confused and their Mind’s Eye is creating or altering perceptions, within the mind, in an attempt to literally make “sense” of the word(s) that they are reading.
There is “no difficulty” in reading abstract words in a list or by themselves. But, when they are in the context of a sentence and the reader is not completely sure of what’s being read, the reader often becomes confused. Then, an interrupter reading disabilities symptom will most likely occur.
Again, the Mind’s Eye wanders in an attempt to make “sense” of things. BTW… in 1996 when I was at the Davis Reading Research Council in Burlingame California for a Dyslexia Corrections course, I could read every single one of their 217
1. Interrupter Reading Disability Symptoms: hesitate, stumble, insert word, omit word, replace word, misread a word, skip a word, skipped line(s), miss a punctuation stop, go blank, or combination thereof while reading.
“trigger” words with no problem whatsoever, as long as they were not in a sentence. But when you put them in a sentence or paragraphs from a chapter like with the book “Cooking with the Sun”, multiple reading disability symptoms occurred in every one of the five paragraphs I read aloud.
Simply put, the Mind’s Eye is the metaphysical entity that views the imagination, thoughts, and experiences within an individual’s mind. So, when reading any word or symbol that causes confusion, it is quite likely that an interrupter reading disability symptom will occur – but not before the Mind’s Eye has probably made numerous attempts to make “sense” of what's being read. Whether dyslexic or not, children are trained to read from left to right, and to keep reading, which results in the last view within the dyslexic’s Mind’s Eye, or one’s mind, is what pops out from the person reading aloud or silently. When reading out loud to a group, believe you me, what comes out can be very embarrassing and shame-filled!
The Mind’s Eye on “The Spot” is the dyslexic child’s new best friend… and for life! The optimum location for the Mind’s Eye is 3-5 inches above the midline of the head, where the dyslexic’s imagination has created “The Spot”. The dynamics of the Mind’s Eye and “The Spot” are metaphysical by nature, so the dyslexic has to learn how to make it work for them with two-dimensional text as well as within the three-dimensional world in which they live.
Bottom line – When the dyslexic views their Spot, their Mind’s Eye rests in a viewing position that gives them reliable and consistent perception of what is seen, thought, imagined, heard, otherwise experienced, including written text, or what seems possible. The curious Mind’s Eye is very mobile and automatically changes its viewing position rapidly and often to seek answers and bring clarity to a confused state. It can even provide an opportunity for “thinking out of the box” solutions to problems and situations. One’s imagination uses the creativity of the Mind’s Eye to recognize in an attempt to understand what the hell is going on.