I beg to differ. A number is as real as you are. It has an essence just like a pie or a locomotive.The problem with trying to rv numbers is that they don't exist. They have no form or are intangible.
Hmm... strikes me as being an unscientifically verified observation. Some people are trained in smell differentiation (scent and cosmetic boffins) but they generally have very good aptitude in the skill and the qualification before they are formally trained. Outdoor types generally have better smell skills than urban dwellers.Don said:Benton,
I agree. They say the sense of smell is the most basic of all the senses. If I remember correctly, I think it impacts the most primitive part of the brain, more so than the other senses.
Visual impressions are usually masked or incomplete. I wouldn't say they were usually "wrong" - very often there is a subtle relationship between a visual impresion and target feedback. Hypothetical reason why - if RV is simply matching neural maps that have already been experienced to RV signal line data, then it's very very unlikely that a viewer would have experienced the same neural map from the target. Even a subtle change like lighting conditions would have an impact on the nerual map. As for smelling numbers... well, if you can differentiate 10 different smells, go for it. Test reality and find out if you are right.Don said:Also, according to Joe M. and others - and my own experience - the sense of sight, in remote viewing, is the least dependable. Images are often, maybe even usually, wrong. But the other senses seem to be more accurate. As you say, senses such as smell and touch are more immediate, maybe even more important to personal survival. So tying scents to numbers makes sense, in my opinion.
No kidding. ;DDon said:... it could be incredibly useful.
I just read an article from a few years ago that discussed a study of memory. It turns out that when you ask folks to recall all the details of a memory, a bunch of them are just wrong. The reason for this is because your brain does not store neural data on EVERYTHING you encounter, so when you are remembering, you may have the original trigger to the memory ("Hey, remember when the parakeet got out of its cage?") but the brain fills in the blanks to fill out the picture, of course with congruous but not necessarily accurate data.if RV is simply matching neural maps that have already been experienced to RV signal line data, then it's very very unlikely that a viewer would have experienced the same neural map from the target.
http://www.macalester.edu/psychology/whathap/ubnrp/smell/memory.htmlIt is first important to understand the physiology of olfaction. The primary olfactory cortex, in which higher-level processing of olfactory information takes place, forms a direct link with the amygdala and the hippocampus. Only two synapses separate the olfactory nerve from the amygdala, which is involved in experiencing emotion and also in emotional memory (Herz & Engen, 1996). In addition, only three synapses separate the olfactory nerve from the hippocampus, which is implicated in memory, especially working memory and short-term memory. Olfaction is the sensory modality that is physically closest to the limbic system, of which the hippocampus and amygdala are a part, and which is responsible for emotions and memory. Indeed this may be why odor-evoked memories are unusually emotionally potent (1996).
OUCH! I will. (but my point is not just related to RV'ing numbers)Then rv the numbers and don't talk. After you've tried come back and tell us. Wink
No - you all need to stop making this more complicated that it actually is. As I said beofre I an and do rv without any cue - the cuew has been proved and shwon to not affect rv in any way - its a ritual process we as humans cling to and is also good for admin purposes.Perhaps numbers are difficult to RV because we use them for target cuing. Maybe they are already overwhelmed in our associations with countless tasks to be culled out of individual tasks.
These are abstract associations - not the number itselfs. Sounds more like ARV what you want to do.Abstract_1dea said:0 - emptiness, barren, hollow,
1 - solitary, single, complete, a single dimension,
2 - dual, yin/yang, opposing, a pair, two halves, a line
3 - defines a plane, stable, triangle, like a paper folded in half
4 - a square, quad, stable like wheels,
That's not exactly what I mean.These are abstract associations - not the number itself. Sounds more like ARV what you want to do.