pjrv : Messages : 2037-2037 of 4038
#2037 From: greenmn900...
Date: Tue Jan 14, 2003 1:38 pm
Subject: Re: Outbounds and time greenmn900...
> You wrote:
> "Moderator's note: What impressed the hell
> outta me was that you specifically
> *named* her target and then cascaded
> conceptually back into the RV target.
> I'm thinking you and your wife should be
> doing outbounder trials. :-) PJ"
You know, I don't think I've ever done a traditional outbounder with a beacon
person. Sheila always just takes a picture of the target site and writes
down the name and/or address and puts it all in an envelope. We usually do
the session during the seek and then go to the site for feedback on the
weekends. They're a lot of fun.
Outbounds really messed with my mind when I first started RVing. They really
drove home the point that time is meaningless. The oddest things would
Like one time I was RVing the Coral Springs City Hall. I saw a kid on a
reddish-orange tricycle. When we went there for feedback about 3-4 days
later, there was a kid riding around in the parking lot on a reddish-orange
bike (not a trike, but close).
Sheila set up a target that was a playground. There was no one there when
she took the picture. When I RVed it I could hear kids laughing and talking
and I saw a grown man sitting on one of those plastic horses that are on
springs for kids to play on. When we went there for feedback the following
weekend, the playground was full of kids and there was a man with a little
girl on his lap, sitting on the plastic horse.
I RVed a place caled "Butterfly World" in Coral Springs. It cost like $18
dollars per person to get in and we didn't go for feedback for over six
months. While I was in-session I had seen a bunch of candy bar wrappers
laying on the ground. Some were dark brown and some were orange. When we
finally went for feedback six months later, we found a pile of Snickers and
Reeses candy bars wrappers.
This time-shifting stuff really freaked me out back then. It seemed like the
outbounders had a lot bigger effect on me mentally than just doing a precog
target where the target is chosen after the session is over. They had a lot
more impact. I just couldn't get used to the idea that either (a) I was
moving back and forth through time when I RVed, or (b) time didn't really
exist, at least not like I was used to understanding it. Both of these
possibilities got me to thinking about all the different paradoxes that they
implied regarding time. Eventually I learned to just settle down and take it
all in stride. But it still always amazes me when something like the above
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