Originally posted by NotEvenWrongThen again, in my experience "just observing the imbalances" rarely makes a plan simply bubble up in my mind. If I want a plan, I have to go and look for it, and even then I'm liable not to find one.
I heard he replaced his whole "formulate a plan" method with just "observe the imbalances and a plan should come naturally". I've never read Silman but that method sounds more realistic to me. In my experience sticking to any one plan rarely works.