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Question about ARV interference

astraloid

New Member
I am using a program to engage in ARV, and I've noticed a couple of times that I'd accidentally leave the wrong time zone or event that I'm predicting in the record keeping box without modifying it appropriately, from a previous session (for example, if I'm predicting a tennis match I'd accidentally leave it as a soccer match, and wouldn't notice until after the session). Could this negatively impact or interfere with the results? My thought is that psi intentionality depends on what you are conscious of and you are interfacing with your future self concerning the matter, so if you don't notice it, presumably it can't negatively impact the signal. Is this correct?
 

IgorG

Member
I am using a program to engage in ARV, and I've noticed a couple of times that I'd accidentally leave the wrong time zone or event that I'm predicting in the record keeping box without modifying it appropriately, from a previous session (for example, if I'm predicting a tennis match I'd accidentally leave it as a soccer match, and wouldn't notice until after the session). Could this negatively impact or interfere with the results? My thought is that psi intentionality depends on what you are conscious of and you are interfacing with your future self concerning the matter, so if you don't notice it, presumably it can't negatively impact the signal. Is this correct?

Hi there, I replied to you privately, on your email, on Sep 20.. You also posted your question here, but no one will understand with it is about as it relates to ARV Studio. Note that this is not ARV Studio forum/group, so you need to ask me personally.
Thanks :)
 
If you believe it will, it will.

There is no reason for factors like that to have any effect, unless the tasking/viewing is somehow off.
 

RedCairo

do you ever dream you're someone else?
I am using a program to engage in ARV, and I've noticed a couple of times that I'd accidentally leave the wrong time zone or event that I'm predicting in the record keeping box without modifying it appropriately, from a previous session (for example, if I'm predicting a tennis match I'd accidentally leave it as a soccer match, and wouldn't notice until after the session). Could this negatively impact or interfere with the results? My thought is that psi intentionality depends on what you are conscious of and you are interfacing with your future self concerning the matter, so if you don't notice it, presumably it can't negatively impact the signal. Is this correct?
This is one of those things... viewing is all about intent, but that includes attention and expectation bound with it. It becomes one of those things where everything can affect a view, but nothing has to affect it. So it really comes down to the viewer in the end, whether any detail 'prevents' them being successful on a task.
 
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