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Janine B

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #20 on: November 14, 2012, 01:09:14 AM »
What a relief to know I'm not the only one who goes blank... I thought it was just a symptom of my getting older...lol.  I think the fact that my scanner does not convert to pdf files (as near as I can tell) is causing some problems with the pages.  I am numbering them.  You can probably tell that I am tech-challenged.  :-(   Is there any way to convert files from jpg to pdf without changing the scanner?   Or to put them all on one link?

I haven't worked with ideograms at all.  At first, I thought that I was supposed to make contact with the target first...then I attended an evening workshop and learned that I was supposed to take the coordinate and immediately sketch an ideogram.  That is what I am trying to do now, but I admit that my ideograms don't really mean much to me yet.  I need to spend some time practicing them...

I got more on target when I tried to rework it...I got energy and wrote "a sort of ship" (although I drew a ship with masts), and I drew what looked like a fat almond eye shape--minus the pupil...and labeled it "eye in the sky".  My last sketch had the shape of the blimp in the main feedback photo, but missing the front and back tips, then I put a sort of energetic, up and down scribbling above and below the top and bottom of it.   It didn't look like anything recognizable in the sketch and none of it seemed to fit together.   It is very strange how our minds interpret data...

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2012, 04:48:23 AM »
Question: 
Retasking is considered a whole new session???
OR
Do you combine all of them together and treat it as one big session???

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #22 on: November 14, 2012, 05:21:50 AM »
Janine:
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I confess that I have not got the knack of ideograms yet...I had started off doing them incorrectly, so I need to work on that and find some time to practice them.  I will look back over the others' sessions and see if I can figure out where I am going off.  I'm only taking it to three steps, trying to get those down before I go any further.

Please email me and we can have a text or online discussion if this would help?

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Hi Jannine,
Yes that happens to me and i would think eveyone else too!!  these blank moments cause my aol...  heres what i have learned to do to reduce the problem...i try to keep the pen on or as close to the paper as possible but also
ask the questions...i.e if i am on stage two and starting on sounds get a couple of words and nothing else comes...i ask it as a question...colours??  blue ,green brown......pause   nothing...colours?? white grey..  after i get nothing more i ask the next one  textures??.....i have found by asking the question it keeps my mind busy. Please correct me if i have explained this wrong Daz?

This is a good approach - CRV is partly about tricking a part of yourself or distracting it. This is one of the reasons for all the CRV structure I keep harping on about. If you mind is pre-occupied with formatting the page exactly right - then it doesn't have time to dwell on information and fill-in the gaps causing AOLs.

CRV should always be done at a pace - if you stop for more than 2-3 seconds with no data then try to move on to something new. This is Controlled remote viewing - meaning YOU are in control of the car on this journey - YOU make the decisions - if something isn't working then within the structure - move on, find a new route, probe, investigate - it all about getting you to be proactive - its not a movie where you watch - you have to participate and drive the data.

For example: if you are not feeling the flow of data then no matter what stage of CRV you are in - just drop into an impromptu ideogram to re-kindle the flow. OR give yourself a movement command - something like; ' move directly in front of the target - sketch/describe'.

Janine:
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Is there any way to convert files from jpg to pdf without changing the scanner?   Or to put them all on one link?
There are plenty of free pdf tools if you do a quick search using goggle:

http://en.pdf24.org/
http://www.freepdfconvert.com/
http://www.primopdf.com/
http://www.cutepdf.com/

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I haven't worked with ideograms at all.  At first, I thought that I was supposed to make contact with the target first...then I attended an evening workshop and learned that I was supposed to take the coordinate and immediately sketch an ideogram.  That is what I am trying to do now, but I admit that my ideograms don't really mean much to me yet.

Give it time - it may even take a year or so to become really comfortable.

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Question:
Retasking is considered a whole new session???
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Do you combine all of them together and treat it as one big session???

Its a new session - I just put them all together when uploading as its hard enough to keep track as it is with people submitting individual images of pages instead of pdfs, multiple pdfs and multiple versions of pdfs for each target - that sort of thing.

All the best...
Daz






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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #23 on: November 15, 2012, 10:43:11 AM »
A great, FREE tool for making documents (including putting picture scans into each page and saving the whole thing as a PDF) is Open Office from Sun MicroSystems. You can get it here (Mac and Linux also available as well as Microsoft Windows);-

http://www.openoffice.org/download/


you saw a chimney stack and smoke felt the apparent danger and also described chicken wire and wire mesh. In my book that’s close.


Well, I could have done a bit better by listing grid type instead of AOLing it into a wire fence. I appreciated that the design wasn't a wire fence, more like chicken wire in terms of the orientation of the strands. Likewise, the chimney - round tube with heat and flame coming out would have described it BUT I just had to go and name my perceptions.

DEFINITELY a learning experience in terms of not taking "short cuts". :)

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #24 on: November 16, 2012, 02:35:48 PM »
I have a question. 

Would it be okay if I did my whole session really sloppy and then rewrote it in a nice easy to read and correct structure?

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #25 on: November 16, 2012, 05:32:51 PM »
No. why get into bad habit and do double the work? Do your sessions tight and so they are readable and everyone's happy.
Look at my sessions on my website - most are written using UPPERCASE. Do you think this is how I always write - no this is a pattern I trained myself to get into to make my rv sessions tidier and more readable.

Imagine you get good - really good - then if im your project manager and I have  a missing child and I need a session form you in an hr - you wont have time to rewrite it it  legible format - train to do it now and you'd need to do it under pressure.

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Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
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Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #26 on: November 17, 2012, 08:18:41 AM »
I have a question. 

Would it be okay if I did my whole session really sloppy and then rewrote it in a nice easy to read and correct structure?

Well, you can do that and publish your own collection, but the reason WHY this isn't a good idea - professional analysts much prefer "raw" data to "filtered" data. Original session sheets contain a lot of stuff that gets left out in a formal report.

Quite frankly, I left out some useful insights on my summary, and it's a tendency when writing summaries to leave out elements that don't fit with the summary. Another sloppy habit of mine.

Mind you, nothing to stop me doing a proper S4 lineup of my data, in the right places. Somebody else did that for this target and I reckon that's the next step for me - formalising the structure. Stages 1-3 aren't great for structure, but if I start taking account of Stage 4 arrangement of the previous data into columns, that might me help tighten up recording stages 1-3 as well.

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #27 on: November 17, 2012, 10:54:14 AM »
Okay.  Thank you for the advice!   

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #28 on: December 24, 2012, 10:55:24 AM »
It has nagged at me that my initial session for the target of the Hindenburg Disaster seemed so far off (I was the one who had the ballerina/dancer up in the air and the acrobat/gymnist doing a flip), so I had a few spare moments and browsed Wikipedia.   THERE WAS AN ACROBAT ON BOARD!  :-)  More...he jumped from the blimp and did a somersault to reach the ground!  Just like in my drawing.  Wiki devoted a couple of paragraphs to him, because there was a suspicion that he might have been tied to sabotaging the craft. 

Didn't see anything on the female dancer and didn't have a lot of time for further research...but she was the first strong impression that I got, so I might look a little further.  :-)   I cannot tell you how strange I felt when I realized that I got something concrete...I thought I had blown that session and didn't even bother to turn in the redo... 

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Re: Mentoring - Target 6 - Due 9.am GMT Fri 9th November
« Reply #29 on: December 30, 2012, 09:09:50 PM »
Okay, I found out that the acrobat's wife was a dancer.  She owned a dance studio and danced in several Broadway productions before they married.  She was there on site waiting for her husband when the Hindenburg crashed, so she saw it all.   Do you think this has any validity or does it sound like I'm reaching?

 


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