Class notes part 2 - phase 4 basics

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Now - Phase 4 notes

This could be a class all to itself. Start by drawing out the matrix. Number the page and put P4 as the title.
in even columns write
S (for senses)
M (magnitudes)
VF (viewer feeling)
E (emotions at the target)
P (Physicals)
SUB ( Subspace)
C (concepts)
GD (Guided Deductions)
D (Deductions)
and draw a line below them.

Use your pen to probe under the line starting with S. Write down what phase 2 type data you perceive. Probe, write. When you get another perception, write it down underneath the last one. If you perceive something else like something wide and green, you would put "green" in the S column and "wide" in the M column. If you perceive two things at a time or several things at a time, line them up. That tells you or the analyst later that these things are related. If they are not at the same level, they may not be related. Keep probing in the S column until you don't get any more or you start getting more in other columns than what the S is all about. Move on to the M. If you fill the page, Good! draw the header again number the page and keep going. Ask your subconscious for whatever your columns are for and write what you perceive. Keep your pen on the page under the column always but not more than three seconds.

If, when you get a few descriptions written down and you know what the target is, (riiiight) write that down to the right in the D column with a D - (dash) and list it there. Drop your pen and let it go. You may not know what it really is but it is your conscious trying to put the pieces together. Again, if you don't write it down, drop the pen, and let it go, it will draw a beautiful story that is most likely an AOL. Let it go. Go back to where you left off and continue. If what you are writing down seems contradictory, write it down still. It won't make any sense until after the session. If you get something and you say to yourself,"That can't be there" usually it is and you are editing it out, write it down. The instructor gave us the image of a pipeline that is sending you data. When you write down an entry, it opens the pipe for the next one. You don't want to sit there and think about them, just put them down and the next one will come in and so on. Go in the order of S, M, (skip the VF column) P, SUB, C, GD.

The VF column is for feeling that are very strong that you feel viewing the target. Like - "beautiful" or "that's disgusting" or " very sad." The E column is for emotions you perceive at the target such as "concern" or "fear" or "peace." These may be emotions someone at the site is having. You will be able to tell the difference.

The SUB column is for anything you sense that is out of the ordinary existence. I can't really explain it better than that. Such as a presence that is there but not visible. Since you are using a subspace aspect of yourself, you will be able to pick up on subspace things there. Put an S in the subspace column and write what you perceive on the same line. For instance, if you perceive a subspace subject watching and moving. you would put an S in the SUB column, a subject or entity in the P column and moving in the M column and watching in the C column. Angels,

The P column is for physical things at the target location. You can add a little higher level description here than in the S or Phase 2. Such as structure but building would be a deduction. Structure is not always a building. Manmade is a concept. Rough, hard, manmade is a sense but concrete is a deduction.

The C column is for concepts such as "military" "medical" or "running" (moving is an M running is an idea) any idea you may perceive goes here. Male or female goes here as well.

Remember, when you are at a target location you may be viewing it from above, facing away from the target or even upside-down. Your description will not be the same as anybody else's either. Something I have found is that you may miss out completely on an aspect that would strike you first if you were standing there. Your subconscious sees things different than your eyes do. Keep that in mind when you analyze your session after it is over.

Phase four is where the meat of your data is coming from. Your flow of information is fast and this is where you want to get to. The goal of the earlier phases is to get you here. So don't spend too much time in any of them. Write them down and continue on.

The biggest problem in Phase 4 is not getting the data, it's where to put it.

Phase 4 1/2 -
If at any time in the matrix you get several impressions at once, you may get more information if you write it out as a sentence. You would start at the left of the page below your last entry and put a P4 1/2- and write it out as a sentence.

Like this:
P4 1/2- "There is a subject that is blue moving at the target location." Sometimes in the middle of the sentence, you get enough impressions to finish the sentence or add another phrase. However, only do this after you have written down the supporting perceptions in the correct columns. Don't try this the first time you use phase 4 as it can also give AOL's a life of their own. Be sure it has a based on data first. It takes some practice.
 
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