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pjrv : Messages : 383?-3853 of 4038 
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/383??? ) ?006/07/01 16:15:40
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#383?

From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Sun Feb 1, ?004 1?:19 am Subject: Re: ARV reply to Liz ozblueriver > Glyn wrote: > > I think it may be lack of focus by the viewer that > > causes the displacement; I'd have to agree with this. I'm the one setting myself up to find the target. I'm the one in control of what I'm doing, so if I get something other than the target I would be the one to blame. I like to think I'm the sole driver of my RV sessions. -g- cheers Liz

#3839

From: Bill Pendragon Date: Sun Feb 1, ?004 ?:54 am Subject: Re: ARV reply to Liz docsavagebill Hi Liz, So soon after you and Glyn satisfied yourselves that retrotasking seemed a strong possibility.. you've changed your minds? Bill --- Elizabeth Hambrook wrote: > > Glyn wrote: > > > I think it may be lack of focus by the viewer > that > > > causes the displacement; > > I'd have to agree with this. I'm the one setting > myself up to find the target. I'm the one in control > of what I'm doing, so if I get something other than > the target I would be the one to blame. > > I like to think I'm the sole driver of my RV > sessions. -g-

#3848

From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Mon Feb ?, ?004 1?:00 am Subject: Re: ARV reply to Liz ozblueriver > < retrotasking seemed a strong possibility.. you've > changed your minds?>> Hi Bill, at this point I'm not 100% sure that retro tasking works. It definatley doesn't work all the time. I want to compare the RT results with the results we got from just choosing random words. RT may work slightly better than the RW but not by much. I'll get back to you on the results of that. (not that they are conclusive evidence? ). But........ if RT does work I still think some part of me would allow that to happen. When Glyn and I did the RT I payed a lot of attention to my attitude towards each session. At first I was willing to go along with RT and for those first couple of sessions it did seem to work. Then I stuck my heals in and decided I didn't want it to work and it didn't. So I do believe (at this point? ) that my own attitude plays a part in wether or not RT would work any more on my sessions. If we are all linked there is some part of me that is aware of what is being RT. I feel that I have it within me to make a choice on wether or not I go along with it. And now I choose not to. Now that I feel determined not to allow my sessions to be RT why don't you choose to RT one and we'll see what happens. You can take your pick if you like. I'd be interested to see what happened. I'll shout you a beer if you can. (and give it to you when you come to Oz for a visit. LOL? ) cheers Liz PS...... RT results must be above chance.

#3853

From: "Glyn" Date: Tue Feb 3, ?004 1:14 pm Subject: RE: ARV reply to Liz glynis5799 Hi Bill and Liz, Bill said.. > < retrotasking seemed a strong possibility.. you've > changed your minds?>> at this point I'm not 100% sure that retro tasking works. It definatley doesn't work all the time. I want to compare the RT results with the results we got from just choosing random words. RT may work slightly better than the RW but not by much. I'll get back to you on the results of that. (not that they are conclusive evidence? ). I think it works, but only seems to under certain conditions, and we need more experiments using only those conditions...to see if we can get better results. Yes, it will be interesting comparing the results of the two experiments as well. I am still working on the summary of RT. ................................... > Now that I feel determined not to allow my sessions to > be RT why don't you choose to RT one and we'll see what > happens. You can take your pick if you like. > I'd be interested to see what happened. Mmmm, yes...take your pick of the RT# ones....now that would be interesting :-? ) ...................................... > I'll shout you a beer if you can. (and give it to you when > you come to Oz for a visit. LOL That's not fair Liz...LOL!! > PS...... RT results must be above chance. And that of course is one of the most difficult things of all to determine, in my book.. Regards, Glyn

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