pjrv : Messages : 99?-99? of 4038
#99? From: "Elizabeth Hambrook"
Date: Thu Oct 31, ?00? 11:05 am
Subject: a session ozblueriver
With all the talk about posting sessions I thought I would donate one of mine
that I have just done. I have a couple of practice partners on another list who
send me targets via e-mail and when I have finished the session I send it to
them via e-mail then they send me the feedback. It works very well as we all
take our time and there is no pressure.
I have included my session and the feedback as attachments.
Now that I have the feedback, I can see that my impression of flowing water was
in fact snow ( the river being the track in the snow? ). I have done a similar
session once before and had the impression of water rather than snow.
I felt the cube as quite heave. There was a pressure about it that I thought may
be its denseness. It seems that I was picking up on the pressure exerted on the
sled from the people riding on it.
I will refrain from commenting on all my wrong impressions. LOL
I did this session in 10 minutes. I was very tired and wanted to get it over
with before I went to bed. I used my usual method of sitting quietly at my desk.
I stare at a neutral spot on the wall or on my paper then make sure that my mind
stays completely blank while I wait for an impression to fill the void. Once I
write the impression down I then settle myself and go blank and wait again until
the next one comes. This method suits me much better than a meditative state as
I tend to go off into wonderland in a meditation.
Have a groovy day
pjrv : Messages : 1010-1015 of 4038
#1010 From: Richard Krankoski
Date: Fri Nov 1, ?00? 10:39 pm
Subject: Re: a session Rich_crv
> I have included my session and the feedback as attachments.
> Session: http://www.firedocs.com/pjrvstuff/08977564FFSession.jpg
> Feedback: http://www.firedocs.com/pjrvstuff/08977564FFFeedback.jpg
There is something about one page sessions that appeal to me.
Where did you learn the methodology?
#1015 From: "Eva"
Date: Sat Nov ?, ?00? 1:54 pm
Subject: Re: a session k9caninek9
Well there are few things more irritating than going on and on and on
with a session, only later to find out that most of it was really
bad! Talk about compounding the feeling of stupidity! However, if
one's session is really on, then the analyst will want to see all
that extra data. Also, sometimes a session starts off weak and then
pulls together later. Unless you can describe the target in it's
entirety right away so that the analyst will easily know what it is,
then it seems to me for operational viewing, more is better. You
just have to learn to keep a lid on the castle building.
pjrv : Messages : 1035-1035 of 4038
#1035 From: "Elizabeth Hambrook"
Date: Sun Nov 3, ?00? 7:44 am
Subject: Re a session ozblueriver
>There is something about one page sessions
>that appeal to me.
>Where did you learn the methodology?
I've only been doing RV since Pru put a few lessons up on the net. We are
supposed to do a very quick ideogram and then work it to get as much info from
it as we can, then the idea is to do two more. This gives us the chance to get
three different aspects of the target. Further along we do another sheet and try
to integrate all three scans together. At the end of each scan we are supposed
to draw any perceptions and again at the end of integrating all 3 scans.
Because I was so tired when I did this session, I only did one scan. If I had
done another two and then integrated them I may have come up with better
Personally I like to do only one page. I find that I keep my concentration much
better without stopping to head up a new page and start over again. The less
'method' the better if you ask me.
I start with a very quick ideogram then describe it. I feel to get a sense of
denseness, this usually kicks in my intuition or psi or whatever everyone likes
to call psychic abilities,and I 'feel' my way into more information, asking
questions of myself as I go. I ask all the normal questions such as, "Is it
natural or man made?", Is it indoors or outdoors?", etc.
After a while I may get a general overall feel for the target but that rarely
happens. I find that I can sense individual aspects but normally bomb out on
describing the target.