ARV is a tasking protocol used for types of targets normally difficult to differentiate via regular RV. (See Firedocs FAQ24: http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/faq024.cfm )Joe McMoneagles book, Mind Trek, goes over some interesting associative dowsing techniques, using blinking of the eyes. Ã‚Â I haven't done it, but thats another physical ARV(usage?) kind of thing.
Goes for anybody. Some RV methods contain dowsing as a "tool" within them. But dowsing is really an art just as large as RV itself.I have learned to RV. Ã‚Â I have not learned squat about dowsing. Ã‚Â Except for one kinda thingy I will explain in a minute. Ã‚Â So take my dowsing advice with a full salt shaker.
Sure, you can program yourself for most anything.He kept thinking about this, and he "felt" out 2 more CHPs prior to seeing them.
You can do this with sleep as well. I haven't worked on this in years, but I used to be a hypnosis freak. I could wake myself up to the minute at any time, and under any circumstance. I had what I considered "levels of disturbance" that I would set before I slept, where 1=The slightest whisper or sound or motion would alert me instantly, to 10=Sleep like the dead even if the house burns down around me, lol. It wasn't long before I realized I could set my waking for other events, which is one of the thing that started opening my mind to psi a little more, as I couldn't find any other way to explain how that could be possible.So... I figured maybe there is some sort of feedback loop, where you can program your sub to wake you up under given condition A.
Yes, I think so. I think of it like, my body knows. Whatever, anything I intend for it to know. Getting that information through my thick skull is another story. ;D Dowsing is cool because it escapes the translation requirements except one that you program. But that one has to be extensively practiced, with feedback, to be 'reliable' to the degree we want it to be for an RV session. It's often a lot easier to do stuff 'casually' than it is for disciplined RV. Look at the number of people who work on RVing lottery numbers, fail consistently, then the ONE TIME the tasker doesn't buy a ticket, they nail them!-- I think for whatever subconscious reason, they weren't ready to win the lotto, but when that was no longer a threat, they got a lucky psi break lol. :I think dowsing kinda works the same way. Ã‚Â You program your body to do "something" under given condition A, whether thats walking over a good well spot, telling the truth, locating something... Ã‚Â Etc.
The approach normally taught in traditional RV methods is to use the ruler, feel for a sense, or a sharp point on your leading finger, or a warm spot, or... whatever works for you, from three sides of the page so as to triangulate a final range of space.He ran a ruler down a map, and told himself, when I pass over the point (of whatever) I will blink. Ã‚Â Once done in the horizontal direction, he did it again in the vertical, providing 2 intersecting lines that make a "target fix".
I'm more curious about why you'd think this is so common you'd need to bother dowsing for it. ;D I'd also think a better method would be in order, since humans DO blink for other reasons than somebody lying to them!--in a map dowsing session, it's brief, you can really force the eyes to not blink for 'ordinary' reasons so when they do it's a twitch. But meeting someone and talking with them for 20 minutes, well your eyes ARE going to blink, and if it makes you distrust whatever they are saying at that moment, that could be a problem. :-[I have thought about training myself to blink when people are lying
The good ones are really frightening. Usually they're good because they're pathological and they've been doing it every 5 minutes since they were 8 or something--they're usually almost deadly to have anywhere near you, since the more someone lies the more paranoid they tend to be about being found out.Most people are very bad liars
Something brief so you can refrain from blinking except as the twitch.I think maybe the blinking could be used better for something else?
Addressed above. ARV is not dowsing. ARV is free-response RV just like RV is. However, ARV is a tasking protocol that tells people to describe the feedback they will be shown at a future date, instead of telling them to describe 'the target'.But it seems that all the ARV methods (again, am I using that term right here?)
LOL. Reminds me of a target I got that had a bomb. The session was early in, and I wasn't getting much data, and then this POW! inside me literally scared the crap out of me, I bet I jumped 2 inches. I also tend to get physical feelings of being in/part of/experiencing the target or situation sometimes. Usually this denotes good target contact so if I realize it, it's worth really pursuing that session.I did recently run a target where a person got blasted with a shovel (no feedback yet, just my theory) and early in the session (prior to my forming that hypothesis) my head jerked to one side and I got a mean pain in one of my teeth.
Well, you might have a hard time, in that... I quoted the wrong book. Tat is out of RV secrets, starting on page 186. I apologize for the confusion.Now I gotta go back in Mind Trek and see what all this stuff is about blinking, cause I don't remember that.