Class Note part 3 Advanced Phase 4

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Class Note part 3 Advanced Phase 4


If you get several perceptions at once such as dark, towering, structure: write P4 1/2 with a dash and state your perceptions all together. You may even pick up more as you write it down. If at any time you get an image, you can also do a P4 1/2 sketch right there. After you are done, drop down below it or start a new page if you reach the end. Put the heading for P4 at the top and continue down the page where you left off. All the way through your session, ask the target questions. When you are in the S column, ask questions in your mind like "what would I sense if I was standing there?" When looking for smells, take a deep breath through your nose etc. Do this for each column. If it makes any sense, ask in the form of a concept instead of the words. Left brain is words, right brain is concepts.

Now that you have the idea of the phase 4 matrix, it's time to play around with it a little bit.

Remember your phase 3 picture you drew? You have no clue what it is all about do you? Now you can find out. Go back to it and find a major feature on the drawing and label it as (A) and then put it to the side so you can see it. Go back to your Phase 4 page you were using or draw up a fresh one. Under the "P" column, write (P3) and under that write (A). Probe the A or the thing you labeled on the P3 sketch and get more descriptions. If you reach a point where nothing is coming in or the same data is repeating, label another as (B) and but a (B) on you P4 page again. If you fill the page, draw up another and continue on until you are out of things or major things on your P3 sketch. That should add a few more pages to your pile. Remember probe no longer than three seconds and keep the pen on the paper.

Moving around at the target.

When you arrive at the target, you could be to the side, above facing away or even upside-down looking at it. You want to get the best data you can so you want to move to the center of the target. You can move not only in space but in time as well. Before you move, your monitor or you should say "prepare to move." That way, you are getting ready for a shift in perspective.

In SRV there are three levels of moving.

In a level one move you are way off target and want to reset yourself without starting completely over. A monitor can do this but if you are alone you may not even know you are off target. To do a level one move you get a new sheet of paper and draw the P4 matrix. At the top of the matrix write "From the center of the target (or target site etc) something should be perceivable" At the end of the last word, draw an ideogram and do the A: and B: and move on to a short phase 2 right there on the sheet of paper you have prepared. After you get back on track, you can continue on with phase 4 data. You can also do 1000' or 500' above the target something should be perceivable. You can also do "from inside the target..." or immediately to the right or to the left of the target..." Look at the monitor scripts in the SRV manual to see what you can do here.

A level 2 move is for a move within the target area. Don't use a level one if you are on target but want to move around. For level 2 say aloud or your monitor will say "Move to (new target location or time period) and describe." Starting on the left margin, write all that down so when you go back you can see you moved. In the physicals (P) column, write "target location" or "target subject" and under concept put "location," "activity" or whatever details you want to pull from the target specifics. Put these in brackets to denote that they are monitor moves and parentheses if it is just you doing the move. One we used was "Move to time period of construction and describe" When we found subjects, did a level 3 move to them to describe them and their behavior.

A level three move is a small move within a Phase 4 matrix. If you want to look at something in detail at the target site. Write in the physicals column in parenthesis the target object or subject you want to look closer at and put in the concepts column what it is you want to perceive. Example: (Target structure) - in the P column (Location) in the C column. Then probe the words and write down your perceptions. When you run out or don't need any more, do it again for some other aspect you have perceived.

For a mind probe, select a target subject and list it in the P column and put parenthesis around it. In the C column put DMP (for Deep Mind Probe) and put parentheses around it and probe. In your mind search out this subject and look for thoughts or emotions. Thoughts go in the C column, emotions in the E. After you are done writing what you sense, ask the target questions like "Why are you doing this?" Write down what you perceive and ask something else. If there are quite a few subjects doing something collectively, you can do a "Collective Deep Mind Probe" by writing down CDMP instead of DMP. You will get different data than a single person.

If there are multiple subjects either number them or label them male, female etc. and put that in the P column as an identifier for the probe or move.

Your session at this time may be approaching an hour or more and your data page numbers could be in the twenties now too. After you assemble all the pages, you can draw another picture that has some of these details and it should be much different than your P3 sketch. You have much more details and your picture should include more than just symbols and diagrams. When you are done, end your session and pull yourself out of all these papers and put them all in order. Do a quick glance at them and start a new page writing down a summary of all the data you have assembled.

To do a full session, you could spend quite a lot of time and your monitor should be relentless if you have one. If not, be persistent at getting the data. At some point, you may not feel like getting any more. Resist the urge to quit and put that thought away for a while. If you continue on, you get some of your best data. If you feel you are drifting off target, move - it will lock you back in. If you are totally off target use level and do the ideogram/ A: B: Phase 2 process to get yourself back on track. Usually you're not that far off so use that one as a last resort.
 
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