I have the same 2 vol. compact OED, as well as the 2 vol. Shorter Oxford, a first edition New Oxford American Dict. and a 1 vol Concise OED! (Plus a red college edition of the American Heritage Dict.) I even have a "big Liddlle"! (Greek-English Lexicon. The LARGE version. Quite chuffed with my little library of dictionaries.
While on mission staff I managed to talk the Qual Sec into letting me on the PRD. My dictionary of choice was the 2 vol. compact OED!!! Sadly, my contract ended and I left staff before I could finish it...
(No one could figure out why I had no interest in the KTL course.
JackAs I mentioned earlier, I have never heard of this "remedy" in word clearing. (I was a pro word clearer for years.)
The "take a walk" thing became common with the advent of KTL/LOC. While I never did either one, my then wife did. I also saw many others doing these courses. Apparently when things got rough in the KTL course room, "dope off" etc. the remedy was to take your twin for a walk. I think this was because the process of the course, the subject and its methods precluded the "standard" remedies, but, again, I haven't personally done either course.
It was a "havingness" process where you are directed by the auditor to point out things in the environment.
I don't remember the name of this process.
I did the M1. It never happened to me.
I got a couple pcs through the M1, also. I never even heard of this "technique."
I was a pro W/Cer, too.