We caught her! Today, Katy Mae decided to pop out for a second while we were walking to the store! We caught her in a “E/e(c)”. What does that mean?

This means it’s a “combined echo”. In today’s case, Katy Mae was both singing one of her songs but she was also moving like Amy Lee at the same time from the song. A combined echo means that it’s both a physical echo (E/e(p) and an audible echo ( E/e(a) that is happening at the same time.

Katy Mae was cocking her head, just as you see above while singing “Anything for you”. Amy Lee is Katy Mae’s primary fragment (-F+). This is her way of existing in the world.

This is a Projective (-P+) echo , an internal dialogue (I/d) and a
E/Mv (Echo, Music video).

A-> – Anchor
ARS – Associative Rite Symbology
AtB – Attention to Brass
A/s – Altar State
A/e= – Activation Element
ANP- Apparently Normal Part
C3 – Constant Color Conditioning
C/e – Compound Engagement
(D)-/+ – Dominant
(D/s) – Dissociative State
E/Mv – Echo (Music Video)
E/E – Echo Element
E/e(p) – Physical Echo
E/e(a) – Audible Echo
E/e(c) – Combined Echo
FF/c – Fight For Control
(F) -/+ – Fragment
(G) – Green Moment
(T) – Theme
T/e – Trauma Element
TTm – Time Targeted Message
(P) – Possession
-P+ – Projective
I/d – Internal Dialogue
NDS – Non Dominant State
OAS – Opposing Alter State
^/^ – Post Edit