Mentoring - Target1 - due 17.8.2012 - give it a go!

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Daz, sorry missed the question about ("is this a sketch?) its really odd because after the third ideogram i felt the urge to draw something and as i did my mind started playing tricks ....the sketch was nearly done and then i had an internal sort of battle part of me just wanted to leave the drawing without ribs and semi circles (making it more like a huge metal slide) making fit the theme park thing, but i remember shoving to one side, remembering the adivce i was given on an earler post and then added the straight lines in the centre of the tube sketch and making the tube have a more enclosed feel. also right at the end added two line at the front? not sure if i should have labled this sketch as an aol? i remember thinking (a bad thing!) that "oh well" "maybe its one of those tracked rides with a water involvement" and dissmissed it. Now i look at the target site i can see where the sketch fits.

Mal
One things is always trust yourself. whatever comes to mind - record it - you'll regret anything you censor.
If you get a feeling to sketch something or even a single strong word - record it.
learning to RV/CRV is starting a very complex and very subtle communication with yourself - its all about understanding and building confidence in this internal communication - don't worry it comes with time and practice.
As Ive always said - learning to Rv is learning to listen to yourself more than anything else.

All the best...
Daz
 

forwarned

Member
Hi Daz,
and also a big hello to everyone, i found it very interesting reading and comparing all our sessions and feel we all did very well, some like myself
shall be all the better for this feedback and mentoring as it has been a great learning curve from the off and we can mark this beginning as a pivot point forward
as long as our Mentor continues and holds up with the patience of a saint, it an only get better.
Gerry
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
Thanks Daz. Learned quite a bit from this one as my first target was the ISS and I've NEVER had the opportunity before to re-try a target.

Not nearly as definite as some of my other RV sessions, plenty wooly BUT I was trying to stick to CRV and not sneak a look with ERV at all.

Also, my session time was very short, and I feel encouraged to spend more time on future sessions.

Haven't really got comments on the other sessions as still looking at them - but, it's a learning opportunity, not a race or competition. :)

As for the ice cream van... well, vehicle capable of movement but parked up for most of the time. What threw me was that I felt a recognition with a moble vehicle of some kind, but haven't actually spent any time on one...

... except for RVing the ISS twice! I was very hungry after 20 minutes, maybe hostile environment targets take more energy! Or maybe I just couldn't help but notice a secret Astronaut stash as the most important aspect. To me, anyway, at that point in time!

Quite funny, anyway. :) And taught me quite a bit.
 

Jeaneire

New Member
Hello to everyone in the group. It is great to work with likeminded people and I really enjoyed working on the target and reading everyone's session. Apparently I missed the cue and didn't know I was describing a structure, however I did manage to describe a manmade and take it from there. Thanks Daz for all your efforts and I look forward to doing the next target.
 

Lara1972

New Member
Hi everyone, really love being a part of this. Enjoyed reading the other participants' great work and Daz's feedback is brilliant to learn from. I kicked myself for leaving out an important chunk in the summary but hopefully won't do that again! Can't wait to move forward and learn some more.
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Thanks for all the kind comments guys n gals but tis you guys doing all the hard word - give yourselves a big pat on the back :) :) :) :)

I will endeavour to post the second target late today with another 2 week time window.

All the best...
Daz
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
Just to qualify my comment about having ISS set as a target... that would have been about 2005-2006, and the session data I got wasn't too similar to this session. It was a wonderful immersive experience but...

... what I got was a HUGELY otherworld sky. Just alive, glowing with radiation and energy. Below that I perceived something like an islet or reef, with 2 people present. They were very focussed on their task, something like hunting or fishing, and it was a very remote spot with nearest other human hundreds of kilometres away.

... then I got AOL impressions of a wooden box, treasure box, seeking, hunting...

... and getting anything other than a Flourescent glowing sky was not at all easy. Hadn't read any RV manual back then, and the cue from Glenn (?) was pretty much describe the image, no maneuver instructions like this cue. One of my former hobbies was playing with computer based scenery generators and playing with the colour sets to generate images of non-Earth atmosphere scenes. So I do have a little bit of speculative experience with off-planet views, admitedly only computer simulations of them. :)

I reckon CRV, the "Controlled" bit of it, has helped me with accessing data from a VERY complex target. There was an element of recognition which is what threw me at the end of this session when I just got flustered...

... Next time I better just list "confusion break", get centred again, and carry on with the session.
 

penny

New Member
Hi Daz,

Thanks for your comments on my session, and suggestions. I will work at expanding the data. More ideograms, sketches and probing sketches for S2 data.
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Penny,
that's great to hear.

You see with CRV there are no excuses - if you wnat to take the reigns and control the psychic process then you also have to take responsibility for the quantity of data you get - you have to work the target. ;)

All the best...
Daz
 

Loraine

New Member
Daz ... All this is great to hear! I'm only sorry I'd no time to join in (moving house soon) cos I knew you'd do a good job. I've often wondered before about trying 'official' CRV but generally very happy with version I was taught and lazy. I'm still particularly interested to see how you manage with the hurdles of doing it on line, because I'm considering forming an InSight 1ARV group but am unsure about training people I can't see (not done this before) How do you convey the correct attitude of mind, without eye contact? It always turns into the opener for a whole book every time I try to write any 'instruction' about 'optimal mindset'

With best intent
Loraine
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
Lorraine,
don't be silly feel free to communicate and those doing sessions would love to get a pat on the back for their hard efforts.

TBH I'm just playing it all by ear and seeing if what works with previous project management and small group practice can work through small mentorship. My only aim is to help people and to do it for FREE so its a bit of learn as we go. All within of course the great ethos and tools of TKR - so if anyone along the way does feel like making a donation for any help we give then TKR has a donate button ;)

All the best...
Daz
 

Tunde

"Keep Moving Forward"
penny said:
Hi Daz,

Thanks for your comments on my session, and suggestions. I will work at expanding the data. More ideograms, sketches and probing sketches for S2 data.
Penny,
Just jumping in here <lurk mode> to say your session was very impressive well done 8)

T
 

penny

New Member
Thanks Tunde,

I was happy to see the target bore some resemblence to my session. :)

My confidence was low, but there is something very special about the order of things in the crv process.
 

daz

Remote viewer, author, artist and photographer.
Staff member
My confidence was low, but there is something very special about the order of things in the CRV process.
Penny,
that's exactly what CRV did for me - it brought order out of the chaos of intuitive impressions. It could be any method course it just happened to be CRV. And believe me it only gets better and better with practice and age :)

All the best..
daz
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
Tunde said:
penny said:
Hi Daz,

Thanks for your comments on my session, and suggestions. I will work at expanding the data. More ideograms, sketches and probing sketches for S2 data.
Penny,
Just jumping in here <lurk mode> to say your session was very impressive well done 8)

T
In terms of tight session, VERY good sketching, I would have to agree.

Mind you, in terms of saying what the function of the target was, I'd say Gerry called it pretty well.

Jeanie and Avaline called it pretty tight, and Alexis had both volume and good sketch recording.

And everybody called either manmade or some play on the word construct. :)
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
Right, before I set to and cross check all references within sessions, I'll just put up a "combined AOL" list to show you what was detected as close but overlaid with analysis and not truly the target itself;-

Alexis
Plant, Peas, Wind, Log, House, Light, Room, Some kind of puzzle

Aveline
Volcano, Orangutan in rainforest, Bridge over river, Island full of trees, Yellow Car, Water, Statue of Liberty, Mount Fiji, Rainforest, Nazca Lines, Mud Bubbles

Gerry
Vortex, Hole, Genuine or genesis, Space Agency, Star System Taurus - Bull, Star System Crab, Milky Way, Nebulas - Nebular, Driven

Jeane
Small Plane, Birds, Slope. Skydiving, tree tops

Jon
Bricks, Stone, Manmade, Built, Sidney Opera House

Kiara (zero listed as AOL and I haven't heard back from Kiara about whether or not I typed up her session right... So I'll assume I did OK)

Mal
Water hole, tube with ribs, Sens, High Point, Theme Park Ride, Waterslide, Tracted tubular rib shape circular object

Pat
Statue, Tower at Blackpool or Brighton,

Penny
Dark Wet Ground Area Images

Right, now I'll crack on... Never done 9 sessions before, in order of volume they are something like Mal, Pat, Gerry, Kiara, Jon, Penny, Jeane, Alexis and Aveline. Doing the shorter ones first makes for less work. :)
 

forwarned

Member
Hi Pat,
Thanks for the feed back and to you for taking the time to collate it all together, it is very interesting to compare data. are you ok with taking this extra workload as im prepared to lend a hand and share the work load.

gerry
 

PatMcDonald

New Member
I'm pretty much done. Just checking the comparisons on this one.

I don't plan to do this for every target, and the comparisons only show general trends - they are a limited tool.

But it is reassuring to see where people match... watch this space, and thank you for the offer. :)
 
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