Is it Just Imagination? What Accurate Perceptions "Feel Like" - Exercise

Loraine

New Member
Nothing to do with whether I like people or not, Pat. Overcharging for anything is bogus. It usually involves exploiting ignorance or trust, and/or misleading. I paid £500 (a week full time residential + 50 mentor sessions follow up) back in 1998 in the UK when there were very few other ways to learn. That was good value for a rarity so, given the current (relative) lack of scarcity of learning opportunities now (and the bust times since), £500 still seems a fair price to me.

That's the max I will charge if I'm lucky enough to move to a house suitable to use as a venue (currently fingers crossed on an offer made today) And I'll defo offer discounted places to anyone in a position to propel the field forward. Just wondering though actually, before I drift into wishful thinking ... I'll be moving to an RF free house and will still want to stick with my usual 'No cooknkill WMD here' entrance rule whenever possible, so how does anyone think I'd go on trying to find and recruit students who'd be prepared to unhook from their gadgetry to attend courses?
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
Loraine said:
... so how does anyone think I'd go on trying to find and recruit students who'd be prepared to unhook from their gadgetry to attend courses?
Usual way - advertise. Best advertising EVER is word of mouth... but the site is here, there's the FB group, there's the local media (to where the course is).

Promotion - effective communication to serve people that an event is occurring - is not rocket science, but mostly patience in communicating with people, and a little improvisation.

Now, a place offering TUITION of promotion naturally does not sell it that way. :)

As for the late 90s training - probably a good investment, in terms of setting you up with credentials of some sort of continuity.

Most vital thing, any endeavour - self confidance. If you haven't got the will, then things WILL NOT happen.

Good luck with the RF free house or home.
 

manshow

New Member
BigRed333 said:
Hi Everybody: A lot of people wonder how to tell an accurate perception from “just imagination”. Something that you may find helpful in developing your accuracy is to go as far out as possible with your imagination, just like you did when you were a child. If you work with children, a great exercise is to pretend you are a wizard with a magic wand who can turn them IMMEDIATELY into whatever you and your wand say – and quickly. So now tell them, “Now you are a frog. Now you are a dog. Now you are a washing machine. Now you are a book.” You can imagine that you’ll get some amazing responses, and you will see that children get a good sense of things in a very holistic…I don’t know if that’s a good word…whole..kind of way, and so should you. You guys know what I mean. So now do this yourself. You can start with rugs and walls. Imagine you are in a plush rug. Imagine you are inside cotton sheets. Imagine you are in a brick wall. Imagine you are in a computer. Make a list of things to go into, and go in – rapidly (rapidly is very important as you will see). First you may feel self conscious and it will feel like you are “making things up”, but then that will start letting up, and it will definitely help your remote viewing as you start manful to see that when you need to focus on an article of clothing for instance, you suddenly sense yourself in an ocean of dark blue stripes and maroonish red, then ask youself to pull out ten feet and perceive that the blue and red are in square patterns (plaid shirt). It will still feel like you are “making it up” during session, but then you will see that your perceptions were accurate! Sensory practice in the “real world” really translates to accurate perceptions during viewing, in my opinion. I hope it helps your viewing also, have fun :) -Mary
Ha, that was really a nice read and something that gives work to my mind. I understand what you are saying. But if we let our imagination to play, we'll lose control sometime later and it may become tough for us to choose the reality from imagination. It is just my opinion. But I'm very eager to try this out. Any tips? I don't want to practice a full year long :D
 

MadManMal

New Member
lorraine go for it ..will you be offering discount to ppl on this site :) (poor lil ol me) <<<< poor little and old :p ...and whereabouts in uk ?
 

Loraine

New Member
I am going for it, the keys are ours on 21 Sept. I'll decide detail about discounting for individuals based on particular local likely recruiting grounds (once I'm there), and will offer more general reductions for, couples, groups etc (possibly further free development sessions for referrals) Might have to work at drumming up interest first somehow too. having no prior contacts near by.

I'm moving to South Petherton (Somerset), initially also moving 50 years back in time waiting a month for a phone line, so I'll be pointing any one I meet (when I get out from the cram of boxes) to the fb group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/insightremoteviewing/) where I've been posting live sessions and predictions recently, so they need not doubt I'm a publicly active viewer not just a theoretician. Where are you? Feel free to email explaining how you're positioned to propel the field forward, and may be get a double discount by being the first booking too.
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Lorraine,
moving not too distant form me Im in Bath - let me know if you want to meet up for a coffee and a chat some day.

All the best...
Daz
 

Loraine

New Member
That would be excellent ... I couldn't wish for a better local RV meet up! I'll email before going off line to sort out possibilities for the when and the where of it.
 

Alibarzani

New Member
If you are beginner at first both real perception of the physical world and imagination seem alike, so you won't be able to distinguish between them. Some think all is imagination and others think it to be real perception of the real world. With time and practice you begin to know which ones are real and which ones are a product of your own imagination. Practice and you can learn. In time if you work hard enough you can distinguish which is real perception and which is imaginary fantasy your own mind produces. One difficult thing i encounter when doing psychic viewing even after ten years of practice the mind on it's own produces too much imaginary visuals which makes it hard to filter out the real one from the imaginary one. After ten years it is still difficult but none the less my skill is much better than years ago. I know what's real perception with a lot of difficulty but it is worth the time and effort and if you practice you can master it. I urge you practice and take notes, in time it will pay off.
 

mscir

Member
Daz Smith said:
I feel we must try all things especially those that seem to 'pull us'. And then decide what does and doesn't work for us - we are all unique, all different and different things work for us all.
On another note im not convinced intuition is removed form imagination. intuition and creativity, I believe all bubble up form the same place - inspiration in one can be the same for both. Its also why Ingo used ART as the core of CRV, because he also realized that imagination/inspiration/creativity - was connected to intuition.
thank you both for sharing.
Daz
Did Ingo ever write about his art? Some of his pieces are really interesting and I'd like to read his thoughts on them if that's available anywherer.
 

mscir

Member
I so agree, charging high for RV training is bogus, and it's effect on the field amounts to more than just the nasty business of ripping off individuals, because, incrementally over time, it means we end up with a disproportionate numbers of viewers with more money than sense joining the field, singing the praises of the bogey men's gospels.
I have a different perspective, if I can get training from truly talented, sincere people who have trained for thousands of hours to hone their craft, that is money very well spent. Why should someone who's talented, in any field, give you their time and attention, they have needs for privacy, money, family time, etc. just like everyone else. So compensating them for their very valuable contribution to my life is absolutely not a problem for me.
 
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