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From: Rocheleh Date: Mon Nov 11, 2002 7:02 pm Subject: Sessions with shtupid things in them. rochelehhakt... Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 (I just did a small session, S1-2, oldschool CRV-style) Aaaarggh! Does every target in my little beginner's target pool, composed of images taken from www.confluence.org, need to include a small, white fencepost?! Note that I'm blind to the images themselves before feedback, I managed to do it this way thanks to the confluence maps. I was wondering whether these were not too good targets for me, though - they're rather boring, I had to take several turns persuading myself to do this small session after almost 3 weeks of... well, lots of experimenting with psi, but never a single RV session. Ouch! But now I have a faint idea as to how a small white fencepost like this: http://www.confluence.org/photo.php?visitid=4297&pic=1 and this: http://www.confluence.org/photo.php?visitid=4229&pic=1 looks like in session. But, the second time I was sure it couldn't be anything like this - I thought, well, a bridge. Why not? Then I thought of what PJ said (even wrote that down, in-session) about her RV perception, shown through the example of bridges. Well, now I feel that way about small, white whatevers sticking up from a boring landscape (I even felt that way in-session, but I refused to say it was the same thing. That would've been too easy! LOL) But this is what I learn from. Oh, well... But I do need a more interesting target pool, these images look more alike than I would ever have thought. Images that get me going. Images that are distinguishable from each other, heck! I chose these by map coords, and I made sure to include all varieties. But then, why do they all look alike? My luck, I guess. I wonder, how do trainers do S1 these days? The old CRV manual wasn't of much help to me, I tried using these homogenous landscapes, but they can't keep me from feeling bored (that's the smaller problem) plus they're so similar... Maybe if I had a tasker, but I don't as of today, and I really don't want to see my target pool before session feedback, that'd give me a heck of an AOL (and I'm too lazy to do a large pool). I'll go and see Pru's Aurora Bomb site, do the lessons, I guess that'll be more beneficial than just going out by myself and reinventing the wheel. But first of all, I'll *sleep* since I can barely keep my eyes open Nighty night to y'all, Rachel Reply | Forward


From: "Glyn" Date: Tue Nov 12, 2002 2:07 am Subject: RE: Sessions with shtupid things in them. gebega Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hello Rachel, LOL! Yes I absolutely agree, I seem to do much better if on feedback I find that I am interested in a target, and that it is 'memorable' or becomes that in some way. Even if really good Viewers may be able to fully describe those two targets in awe inspiring detail, and I think the 'holy-grail' of RV would be to be able to identify anything....even strings of garlic ;-), if lack of interest is a barrier to good viewing somehow then those two targets could stand out as a couple of prime examples :-)) Yes, sounds as if you need a better target pool Rachel. Mind you I can't really talk I haven't got one at all, and as you said, one of the advantages of viewing repetitive targets is that you may start to recognise how your sub interprets things; so we still can learn from the experience. Kind regards, Glyn

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