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pjrv : Messages : 1162-1200 of 4038
(http://groups.yahoo.com/group/pjrv/messages/1162?) 2006/06/30 22:53:53
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#1162

From: "Scott Ellis" Date: Thu Nov 7, 2002 6:54 pm Subject: Hi Greg K. scottrver Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Welcome Greg, It's great to have you in this forum. I've really appreciated your openness in the past. By the way, do you still cool down by visualizing a moving object? How did you come up with that? Scott Reply | Forward

#1177

From: "Greg Kolodziejzyk" Date: Fri Nov 8, 2002 11:57 am Subject: RE: Hi Greg K. gregkolodzie... Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > Scott wrote > By the way, do you still cool down by > visualizing a moving object? How did > you come up with that? Cool down with visualizing moving object? Sometimes, but mostly I will listen to a hemisync disc or a Brainwave Generator Binaural beat application sound file. I like to mix it up - when I think I'm starting to get used to something, I'll change to something else. gk What's Greg doing now? http://www.ADVENTURESofGREG.com Sign up for the FREE ARV course: http://www.remote-viewing.com/coursemain.html Reply | Forward

#1189

From: Bill Pendragon Date: Fri Nov 8, 2002 6:26 pm Subject: RE: Gregs 100,000 $ challenge 7/7 so far!! docsavagebill Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Hi Greg, I thought I'd update how your challenge was going. Greg again was correct in his stock futures ARV prediction.. winning another $7000+ and bringing the total won for 7 STRAIGHT ARV trials to $37,000 !!! To Review.. He is trying to get $100,000 in 40 trials and will split the $100,000 between charity and those that help his experimental "mass feedback" experiment. In this experiment volunteers earn points by looking at his correct ARV viewings and logging in an easy visual test to show they have done so. Greg does 10-50 arv trials each week, but only feedsback the "quality" ones of 3+ out of 4 ( at least that's what I understand). Maybe its just a streak..but I think Greg may be onto something here. One can see 5 viewings done for attempt 6 at the site above. Just click on 1-5 to see the target and Gregs original viewing. These viewings are very good and I think most would be quite proud of them..even though selected for. How often do you go 7/7 Greg?! Best Wishes, Bill __________________________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? U2 on LAUNCH - Exclusive greatest hits videos http://launch.yahoo.com/u2 Reply | Forward

#1195

From: "Jason S. Shapiro" Date: Sat Nov 9, 2002 8:03 am Subject: RE: Gregs 100,000 $ challenge 7/7 so far!! fetik3 Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 Glad to see Greg on the list! Speaking of which, I'm curious about the wording on his site... The sentence: "Watch Greg try to make $100,000 over the next 40 weeks by investing in stock market futures using a mental technique he has developed called Associative Remote Viewing" ...is a tad bit ambiguous. Is this supposed to mean that Greg has invented ARV? I understand that he has developed his own variation of this targeting protocol; but I was always under the impression that ARV had been used earlier (such as the submarine experiments with Stephen Schwartz, Ingo Swann, et al.) Sorry if I'm being a bit anal here; I'm just very interested in the history of remote viewing, and am trying to keep all of the names, dates, and claims straight :) In any case, congratulations on your successful predictions! I've been watching and participating in the feedback questions with great interest! BTW - I've started with my first two non-CRV driven ARV experiments, and so far they have been quite successful. Of course, with only two sessions done, the results aren't very interesting, statisticially speaking. -Jason Reply | Forward

#1200

From: "Greg Kolodziejzyk" Date: Sat Nov 9, 2002 12:53 pm Subject: RE: Gregs 100,000 $ challenge 7/7 so far!! gregkolodzie... Offline Offline Send Email Send Email Invite to Yahoo! 360 Invite to Yahoo! 360 > Is this supposed to mean that Greg has invented ARV? Ya - my apologies. I know how that looks. I am speaking (for the most part) to a large group of various individuals with no prior knowledge of remote viewing or the history of such, so I am trying to keep my message simple and direct. Without intending any disrespect to those who originally devised the ARV protocol (or should I say *a* ARV protocol), my own adaptation is vastly different and after so many years and millions of hours of research trial and error (and money gained and lost!), I feel that I 'can' call my own particular adaptation of the original ARV protocol my own. For example, Russ Targ and I have argued once or twice before about the whole 'self judging' thing. He is convinced that after about few dozen ARV trials that he conducted previously, that displacement is certain if the subject ever saw both targets. My point was that after nearly 3000 ARV trials where the viewer judged his own sessions (compared RV notes to both targets in the pool), there was no drop in effect size compared with those trials where a 3rd party judged. Another example of how my own protocol is different is how I take advantage of the psi 'mother-clumps' I talked about before. By scoring the sessions, I can use the scores as a filter and make final predictions based on only the most significant RV perceptions rather than equally considering ALL trials. Also - once you really understand remote viewing and psychic functioning, and the importance of hiding any information about the nature of your target from your conscious mind, using ASSOCIATIONS to targets becomes an obvious way to facilitate a practical application - such as ARV. Regards, Greg K ------------------------- Moderator's note: But a mental technique is not the same as an RV protocol. I think that was the part that confused him. -- PJ

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