pjrv : Messages : 104?-104? of 4038
Date: Sun Nov 3, ?00? 1?:5? pm
Subject: Re: Chet B Snow Phd/RVing the future - Limitations nitahickok
Chet Snow lives in Sedona. I get his newsletter but I haven't read it yet
I just received one so I will look for it and see what information I can
find. He and his wife are really nice people and I was impressed by a lot of
the work he showed. I know that he does have conferences that go on in
Sedona every now and then.
Whenever you hear that someone else has been successful, rejoice. Always
practice rejoicing for others-whether they are your friend or enemy. If you
cannot practice rejoicing, no matter how long you live, you will not be
Lama Zopa Rinpoche, "Transforming Problems into Happiness".
pjrv : Messages : 1040-1099 of 4038
#1040 From: Timelord?0?9...
Date: Sun Nov 3, ?00? 5:43 am
Subject: Chet B Snow Phd/RVing the future - Limitations psitrooper?4
Does anyone have any info on Chet B Snow Ph.D and any new
research he may have carried out since his last book
Mass Dreams Of the Future - co writtne by
the late Helen Wambach Ph.D?
During a quick search i did find a link to PJ's site
I was trying to find out about just how far one can RV
into the Future. The farthest ive seen people prepared to go
is the year 3000. Even Monroe didnt go beyond that year
as well as another monroe student, Rosalind A Mcknight
Has anyone RVed beyond this year?
Date: Sun Nov 3, ?00? 1:11 pm
Subject: Re: RVing the future dennanm
> --- In pjrv...elord?0?9...e:
> Does anyone have any info on Chet B Snow Ph.D and any new
> research he may have carried out since his last book
> Mass Dreams Of the Future - co writtne by
> the late Helen Wambach Ph.D?
> During a quick search i did find a link to PJ's site
I should mention, the VWR archives are invaluable -- it's worth
reading just that one linked to above for example. Posts by Joe
McMoneagle, Rob Abbott, Paul Smith, Bill Ray (Liam? ), Gene Curran
(Kinkaid? ), and several others, mostly on RVing the future. Anybody
familiar with the VWR archives might understand why I take serious
discussion and its "archiving" seriously. There is more education in
that group of files than everything else I've found on the internet
combined. (Now whether it's GOOD education is a judgement call, lol.
But it's there, for everyone, for years of future past its happening.? )
#108? From: Bill Pendragon
Date: Mon Nov 4, ?00? 1?:38 am
Subject: Re: Re: RVing the future docsavagebill
ONe simple future target that Bevy Jaeggers told me
she did to learn RV was to RV tommorrow front page
pictures in the newspaper of her choice. I guess we
could all try to RV something like that also.. But it
might be better to do a periodical where the front
pictorial article changed from time to time.
Newspapers are a little predictable.
Moderator's note: It would be easy to make such a the target say, 1? options,
with a couple of die rolls or something right after the session, to determine
which section and which page, the target is the nature of the headline (to
include any pic that MIGHT be associated with THAT story? ). I have several of
those in my target pool but still have yet to get one. PJ
#1099 From: "Glyn"
Date: Mon Nov 4, ?00? 4:46 pm
Subject: RE: Re: RVing the future gebega
Another experiment to do, although this is not RVing of course, is what JW
Dunne did ..... write down in the morning what he could remember of his
dreams, and throughout the day he used to look for correllations; in
newspapers, or day to day interactions...the television is a good one.
I have done this myself, and it is really fascinating. Most is just
dream-scape stuff of course, but mixed in there were 'goodies'. Sometimes
the correllations jumped out at me, and sometimes they were just like AOL,
sort of symbolic, but I found they were there....not loads, but enough, and
on an almost daily basis. The main problem was remembering enough about my
dreams in the first place, and I am quite bad at that. :-? ).
The very strong ones come over to you without your needing to pay much
attention to dreams of course, as most of us have had experiences that we
call deja-vu, and we may not even remember the dream we had in the past;
especially if months or even years are involved.
Those of you who can easily remember dreams should try it, you may be
amazed. Future memory at work, according to Dunne...but whether you believe
it is FM or dream clairvoyance or precognition, or whatever, it is very
interesting to do.