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From: Bill Pendragon Date: Tue Oct 22, 2002 5:31 pm Subject: Re: RV and money/sex docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Dear PJ, I'm not sure I understand Fortunes comment but it makes me laugh hilariously for reasons I almost understand. Here's my contribution:.. If you BELIEVE you should NOT use RV to make money..you won't. And also if you CAN'T make money with RV because of insufficient skill you won't . And if you believe you can and are actually skilled enough, but DON'T TRY..you won't make any money. Best Regards, bill Reply | Forward


From: "PJ Gaenir" Date: Tue Oct 22, 2002 9:28 pm Subject: Re: RV and money/sex dennanm Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Hi Bill, Actually, I didn't totally grok her comment, and am not sure I grok how it inspired yours, but I do understand what you're saying. ;-) Reminds me of that saying, "There are three kinds of people: Those who are unmovable, those who are movable, and those who move." In RV, only the movers really get somewhere, and it apparently takes both talent and extended proper practice. The few I know who are really good say that, so I believe them. I could be wrong about that last part. Angela Thompson Smith says she has got an "accelerated" CRV course ready and that with "proper" training people will be ready to do operations immediately after. Clearly I've been out to lunch on CRV. I didn't think it had changed so radically in the four years I was gone. Last I heard 'extended proper practice' was a prerequisite for truly decent and consistent ability regardless of training or even talent. PJ Reply | Forward


From: Bill Pendragon Date: Wed Oct 23, 2002 2:27 am Subject: Re: Re: RV and beginners docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi PJ, Well I keep hearing Joe McMoneagle saying you are never really any more accurate than when you first learn the "rules". You get more consistent with practice but not more accurate. I think you recognize you are on the signal line and you learn to get there more often but never really much more accurate ... I personally think beginners can do first rate stuff if they can stick to the very basic rules. I've seen it! My brother-in-law a scoffer and debunker type took his wifes dare ( my sister Dori) to do RV and she chose a picture of a green hot rod with fire stripes down the side and chrome mufflers... Well he sketched in great detail EXACTLY THAT! Colors, shape of car everything. When she showed him the picture..he turned gray as a ghost ripped the picture to pieces and walked out of the room and refuses to talk about it or try it again to this day. Nevertheless.. WOW! Things like this make me wonder if RV is not guided by a somewhat mischevious spirit...G BTW his only instruction was: ..make a free hand ideogram..write down single word first impressions.. avoid conclusions and then sketch a summary. Best Wishes, Bill --------------------------------- Moderator's note: Right out of the gate, most people do pretty well, before their psychology figures out what is going on, lol. Btw just because one may not get all that much more accurate in terms of what the LAB measures, does NOT mean that one does not get more data, more data that is accurate, that is more detailed, that is better understood by the viewer. Only that if someone is rank judging/comparing, the accuracy in that doesn't change a great deal. I have decided not to stress on this aspect of things. If I only did what someone told me I could do, I'd not have accomplished half the things I've done in life. -- PJ

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