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pjrv : Messages : 2495-2495 of 4038
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#2495

From: Timelord2029... Date: Sat Mar 8, 2003 10:28 am Subject: Re: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. psitrooper24 > Eva wrote: > Just out of an interesting aside, Pru has mentioned that often by the > last day of an rv class, people in the class unconsciously tend to > put on similar colors and styles of clothes for that day as if they > have become influenced by some kind of class group energy. I noticed that straight away. During All 4 days i met her i wore similar coloured clothing to what pru wore. Each day i would think ..man this is weird :) Peace, Tunde ----------------------- Moderator's note: If something as major as women's menses can begin to cycle in time with each other when women work together in an office, it's easy to believe that far more arbitrary and easily changed things, like what clothes one chooses to wear, will sync. I find that with a small number of people I'm close to online, even if we don't talk for a week, it turns out we were having the same thoughts about stuff during our time of separation, and in general seem to be in the same general cycle. I once spent 5 minutes meditating on Don ("Greenman") and had him send me an email telling me about it, when it happened and what I was thinking. Guess it's a good thing I wasn't conspiring against him, LOL. I've another friend who can do this regularly, and yet another friend who gradually is beginning to mesh with me like that as well. Only one of the three have I ever even met in person. Obviously if it works this well even via email, it works even better in person, with all the additional communications. This happens even in business groups by the way... not just psi! -- PJ pjrv : Messages : 2477-2497 of 4038
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From: "pjgaenir" Date: Sat Mar 8, 2003 9:55 am Subject: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. pjgaenir Ongoing, gradually getting time to respond to Pru's essay points with my own thoughts... Have you ever attempted to find an answer 'in' something, anything, around you at that moment'? I do this a lot. I might be at my desk, in my truck, in the shower, thinking about something, and I will feel some dilemma of understanding. I think to myself, "I want to find an understanding about this. There is an answer here somewhere. It will be allegorized around me somehow." And, it always is. I got this from Seth exercises eons ago; of seeing all of reality around you as a reflection of you. I have never attributed this to my having reached out and touched something psychically and changed it to fit the pattern of my inquiry's answer. I've always assumed that on some level I have the answer, and the outer world is my 'witness' as some dowsers say: a physical medium through which a person may interpret psi information. E.g., tea leaves, tarot cards, are a 'witness': a physical intermediary between 'psychic data' and 'psychic perceiver'. I have always assumed that my mind looks around for a pattern it finds similar enough to 'graft' its concepts onto. That I may look toward a person getting into a red car, instead of the other direction (or not notice anything informative in the other direction), I have always attributed to my own mind. My mind had the info, and it probably calculated potential allegories near the speed of light and decided on one that worked. It never occurred to me that for example, perhaps I was 'accidentally influencing' the particular way that man got in his car, and dropped his bag, and what he was wearing that day, all of which tied into the 'answer' that I understood. (If I literally create my own reality, and that man is some reflection of me and vice versa, then surely he DID pick out those clothes with the psychic foreknowledge of my inquiry and his being the answer. But oh! - we could go around in circles about THAT sort of thing forever. At some point, everything is totally us and totally not-us simultaneously and there is almost no point to worrying about it.) 1. If I do not assume that I influenced that man-over-there for my answer, why would I assume that, if I retasked an existing session, I had influenced the viewer? *** Maybe the session I chose to retask is a psychic choice, without my even realizing it, and hence the sessions work for that reason. In other words, maybe the seemingly arbitrary or random or coincidental assignment of THIS person doing THAT session, for my "secondary tasking" on MY additional target, is a choice that was made, or that was set up to be made, subconsciously by me or another, with psi in our decision mix. Maybe had a different session and tasking been put together, it would not have worked (or not nearly so well). Maybe if this works, it is partly due to some kind of psi at this angle. Dr. May has a theory called Decision Augmentation Theory -- that any judge [or anybody IN the process of RV who is not the viewer], may contribute their own psi to the process in some way, and so end up creating the effect that the viewer's session better 'matches' the target (or is better understood to match the target). The 'getting a question answered by reality' always reminded me, conceptually, of those 3-D pictures, where your eyes cannot see the pattern, but if you fix your eyes past it and give your brain a few moments to sort it out, you are then finally able to see the "hidden 3-D picture" -- inside another picture. Nice parallel to the pirate ("hijacked") sessions, isn't it. The mind is pretty amazing in its calculation abilities, even without the issue of psi. A tasker using a linear sequence of submitted wildcard sessions and a linear sequence of assigned targets, might unintentionally target toward known viewer strengths or might even, through psi, subconsciously arrange things so they work. A session which could quite well apply to three different targets, and not so well to three others, and not at all to three others, might get assigned to a particular one that it was particularly well suited for, not even because of the viewer's skill (I'm in deep water on this, but let's ignore that for a moment!), but because of the person managing the tasking process. 2. Could it be that in putting all emphasis on whether data in a session can seem to match, at least in part, multiple taskings, ignores other potential psi in the process besides the viewer's? PJ Reply | Forward

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From: "Eva" Date: Sat Mar 8, 2003 1:32 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. k9caninek9 Interesting concepts. I don't know how one could sort it out in a regular world situation. Did the man get in the car as coincidence and your mind just happened to notice it? Did the man get in the car at that exact moment vs maybe 3 minutes later because you unconsciously influenced him a tiny bit off his original trajectory? Is there an unconscious agreement between the two of you to help you out with a question that you have? Just out of an interesting aside, Pru has mentioned that often by the last day of an rv class, people in the class unconsciously tend to put on similar colors and styles of clothes for that day as if they have become influenced by some kind of class group energy. Perhaps that relates to some of what's in Pru's paper. -E > PJ wrote: > I think to myself, "I want to find an > understanding about this. There is an answer here somewhere. It > will be allegorized around me somehow." And, it always is. [snip] > It never occurred to me that for example, perhaps > I was 'accidentally > influencing' the particular way that man got in his > car, and dropped > his bag, and what he was wearing that day, all of which tied into > the 'answer' that I understood. [snip] > 1. If I do not assume that I influenced that man-over-there for my > answer, why would I assume that, if I retasked an existing session, I > had influenced the viewer? Reply | Forward

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From: "smitty97006" Date: Sat Mar 8, 2003 4:01 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. smitty97006 Hello everyone, There is a little routine "The Amazing Randi" does publically. He will take a group of people and give each of them their personality horoscope reading and then ask the to each individually comment on how well it fit them. Well after a significant number of them have commented on how well it does describe them he lets his little trick be known that in fact everyone in the room was given the same made "reading". There is a list of words I've heard Joe McMoneagle referred to as saying they appear in a significant percentage of sessions. This in itself may provide anecdotal evidence for "retasking" being a real thing. I'm not closed minded to the idea that it couldn't exist but at this point I have trouble accepting it using the currently accepted models. But if one is able to hand out the same session to any number of people each one having tasked for a different question/subject and have each of them say yes this session is "on" then I would say we are in for some serious ribbing from the Randi's of this world; and perhaps rightfully so. Sincerely, Gene Smith pjrv : Messages : 2520-2712 of 4038
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#2520

From: Richard Krankoski Date: Sat Mar 8, 2003 8:11 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. Rich_crv > PJ wrote: > The 'getting a question answered by reality' always reminded me, > conceptually, of those 3-D pictures, where your eyes cannot see the > pattern, but if you fix your eyes past it and give your brain a few > moments to sort it out, you are then finally able to see the "hidden > 3-D picture" -- inside another picture. Nice parallel to the pirate > ("hijacked") sessions, isn't it. I don't know about hijackingbut I like that analogy for getting RV data better than the matrix concept. Each bit of data is 3-D picture within the noise pattern of the universe. In our simple 3-d physical world one either sees the hidden picture or not. One cannot see something else. (But maybe there is a way to do that too.) In the psi world, there are other filtering factors and resonances that can prevent the inception of the "moment of clarity". Rich Reply | Forward

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From: Karl Boyken Date: Sun Mar 9, 2003 3:04 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. kboyken > Rich wrote: > I don't know about hijackingbut I like that analogy for getting RV data > better than the matrix concept. Each bit of data is 3-D picture within > the noise pattern of the universe. This suddenly brings to mind holograms. A hologram can store multiple images, if I remember correctly. I can't remember how you grab just one picture out of the hologram at a time. Karl -- Karl Boyken mailto:kboyken...t http://soli.inav.net/~kboyken ----------------------- Moderator's note: Well, and that brings the conversation back to where I started it, of the "holographic universe" concept; if that theory is true, then technically, everything-replicates-everywhere: we should be able to find almost anything we are looking for in almost anything. (Including target info for Target 1, in the session info from Target 8.) -- PJ Reply | Forward

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From: James Phillip Turpin Date: Sun Mar 9, 2003 3:52 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. james_p_turpin You can set-up a hologram so that it displays different images from different angles. This is why it possible to make 3-D holograms. Your eyes are at slightly different angles, so they see slightly diffeent images, which your brain interprets as 3-D. But the multiple images can also be unrelated, just depending on how the hologram is made. It's also possible to have reverse parallax with holograms, which is a sort of 3-D impossible object. James > Karl wrote: > This suddenly brings to mind holograms. A hologram can store multiple > images, if I remember correctly. I can't remember how you grab just > one picture out of the hologram at a time. Reply | Forward

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From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon Mar 10, 2003 6:54 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. docsavagebill Hi Karl, I don't think you can isolate one image out of a hologram without changing media to a regular photo or something.. every small piece of a hologram contains information on the whole... Best regards, Bill Reply | Forward

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From: James Phillip Turpin Date: Tue Mar 11, 2003 9:51 am Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. james_p_turpin But a hologram can be set-up to hold a particular 3-D image, rather than a confusing congolmerate. Just because it can hold multiple images doesn't mean it must. So one key to successful RV is to do likewise: set-up your RV sessions so that they only hold information pertaining to one particular target. > the "holographic universe" concept; > if that theory is true, then technically, everything-replicates- > everywhere: we should be able to find almost anything we are > looking for in almost anything. (Including target info for Target > 1, in the session info from Target 8.) -- PJ
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From: Rocheleh Date: Tue Mar 11, 2003 5:02 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. rochelehhakt... > ----------------------- Moderator's note: Well, and that brings the > conversation back to where I started it, of the "holographic > universe" concept; if that theory is true, then technically, > everything-replicates-everywhere: we should be able to find almost > anything we are looking for in almost anything. (Including target > info for Target 1, in the session info from Target 8.) -- PJ But everything-replicates-everywhere is only true to a degree in holograms; if you cut a tiny part of the hologram out, the image you'll get from it will be considerably fuzzier than the original one. This can be applied to sessions just as well, coming to think of it. If you re-task and re-re-task and re-re-re-task sessions, the less useful and structured information you'll get, perhaps? (Isn't that what Pru talks about? The part I didn't find clear.) Though if re-tasking is nothing more than an environment query (I call your Sethian method of looking for omens "environment query" and have been using it myself semi-consciously for all my life, consciously for half a year or so. I have given it a name a month ago.) So, if re-tasking is nothing more than that, then the above make no sense. Experiments, experiments! I really resonate with that. We could start a project. I can volunteer a few sessions for re-tasking if we start looking into this. (Hmm, sessions *before* and *after* this whole thread started. Then we could compare.) (Not that my sessions are any good. :( ) We could also try doing re-tasking (the entire session) or just looking for information that might apply in the session (the entire session, but not the entire session will be of concern). I don't know if I managed to make the difference clear. Let's see... One of the reasons I don't really do I Ching these days is that it seemed like I got lots of data, but there would be a single fragment in every 'session' that stood out, and which would be the easy answer to my query. (Precious little for 45 mins. of yarrow-stalk... er... stalking? :) and analysis!) This reminds me of the above somewhat. Maybe Reality already did the session and I was only re-tasking it myself? ;) (What if reality was the session itself? ...whoops :) ) Rachel Reply | Forward

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From: Bill Pendragon Date: Tue Mar 11, 2003 7:59 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. docsavagebill Hi PJ, Rocheleh, Well there you go. If RV is some aspect of a holographic universe..RV clarity should increase as you get more and more pieces of the hologram togeather prior to shining the laser thru it? But what are the metaphorical "pieces" are they separate people?..are they taskings?... is it better focus?? Any ideas? Bill Reply | Forward

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From: Rocheleh Date: Wed Mar 12, 2003 4:36 am Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. rochelehhakt... Bill Pendragon wrote: > Well there you go. If RV is some aspect of a > holographic universe..RV clarity should increase as > you get more and more pieces of the hologram togeather > prior to shining the laser thru it? But what are the > metaphorical "pieces" are they separate people?..are > they taskings?... is it better focus?? Any ideas? If we-re still at re-tasking theory, I'd say a full session in any method constitutes the full image, all pieces; and any re-tasking lessens the number of pieces somehow. Or so it seems to me :) Hmm, let's say we have free-floating bits and pieces of data in our thought stream. When we do a session, these bits get assigned by intent (or, *should be* assigned... ;) ), but not all of them. If you do a re-tasking, *and* provided this whole re-tasking business is not just another environment query where your "environment" is a RV session*, then you can assign the remaining free-floating bits that you wrote down but somehow weren't in regards to the target. Those should be fewer in number, hence the less data and the clouding that you get. Wait, would it be possible to re-task a session and get a definite hit, where seemingly *all* of the session is about that other target you wanted? I guess that wasn't what Pru meant, but who knows. I'd say *if* that's possible, then that's a form of RI and takes a lot more energy. (Pru's physical effects?) * The jury is still out on this though. Pru says otherwise, I guess, but we don't have anything else than her word for it. That's good if we're friends, but in science, one'd need objective proof. I'm all for experiments. Sorry, this message is a bit hurried as I'm writing it between classes. Rachel Reply | Forward

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From: David Date: Wed Mar 12, 2003 4:24 pm Subject: Elizabeth Smart alive a_healey56 I just heard on the radio that Elizabeth Smart was found alive in Sandy, Utah today. Dr. Doom just blasted Psi-Tech on Coast to Coast last week, saying that his team knew the exact location of her body, and that "the place he used to work" (paraphrasing) was over 100 miles off from her exact location. Does this means that his team is not 100% correct anymore? :-) Dave ------------------------- Moderator's note: I am SO happy they found that kid alive. That is so awesome! I was just getting all teary from reading the news report when I came here and see your message. As for Ed Dames being wrong as usual -- well he is 100% accurate, you know, it's just that everything is happening in an "alternate reality"! LOL! :-) PJ Reply | Forward

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From: Bill Pendragon Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 2:27 pm Subject: Re: Elizabeth Smart alive docsavagebill Hi PJ, I also am really happy about that. But am very sad that the police and media hounded the other poor handyman to death ..literally. I hope his widow sues the Salt lake city police and wins millions. Bill > Moderator's note: I am SO happy they found that kid > alive. That is so awesome! Reply | Forward

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From: "Linda & John Garvey" Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 6:31 pm Subject: Re: Elizabeth Smart alive linda_g7us >Moderator's note: I am SO happy they found that kid alive. That is so >awesome! I was just getting all teary from reading the >news report when I came here and see your message. YES!! Same here! I've been watching the coverage on MSNBC and CNN. The family had never given up hope, and when the police called yesterday and summoned him, not giving any details as to why, Mr. Smart, the dad, drove to the police station thinking that possibly they had caught the suspected kidnapper, and that he would have to identify the man, who had done roofing work for the family. (Well, he was partially right. :) The police didn't even tell him the miraculous news when he got there, but took him into a room and THERE was his daughter, sitting there on the sofa -- safe, alive and well! Can you imagine??!! He said at first he could hardly believe his eyes... he grabbed her and said "Is it REALLY YOU...?!" He burst into tears right at the news conference when telling about it. Brings tears of joy every time I think about it... such a WONDERFUL thing! Linda G "The distinction between past, present and future is only an illusion, even if a stubborn one." -- Albert Einstein -- Reply | Forward

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From: "intuitwolf" Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 10:17 pm Subject: Re: Elizabeth Smart alive intuitwolf > Linda wrote: > The police didn't > even tell him the miraculous news when he got there, > but took him into a > room and THERE was his daughter, sitting there on the sofa Well thanks for posting this. I had been wondering why the mom wasn't there - or why no mention had been made of her. Now I know. I had only seen one newsclip of the father's news conference. Shelia Reply | Forward

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From: "ronan5000" Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 2:30 am Subject: Re: Elizabeth Smart alive ronan5000 I am overjoyed for this family and all of the people who helped look for her, and nine months later helped return her safely to her home. In regards to the RV field and people associated with this case I recall Ed saying they were going to recover "Stephanie Condon's" body and not in fact Elizabeth Smart, but we should not tangle Joni and her Indian grave robbing tactics in with Dr. Doom. Ronan Reply | Forward

#2659

From: Bill Pendragon Date: Thu Mar 13, 2003 2:16 pm Subject: Re: Holograms and re-tasking existing sessions. docsavagebill Hi Rocheleh, I kind of think RETASKING is like putting another film altogeather in front of the laser beam..so you get superimposed holograms. It seems as you suggest that focus or intention is what brings the pieces to a sharper focus. Bill > If we-re still at re-tasking theory, I'd say a full > session in any > method constitutes the full image, all pieces; and > any re-tasking > lessens the number of pieces somehow. > Or so it seems to me :) Reply | Forward

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From: "Glyn" Date: Sat Mar 15, 2003 7:23 am Subject: RE: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. gebega Hi Rachel, > You said.. > Experiments, experiments! I really resonate with that. We could start a > project. I can volunteer a few sessions for re-tasking if we start > looking into this. > (Hmm, sessions *before* and *after* this whole thread started. Then we > could compare.) Yes, that would be interesting. > (Not that my sessions are any good. :( ) Don't underestimate yourself Rachel, remember I've seen a few of yours over on Farview :-). What I think most of us suffer from is lack of intent to focus on and pick up the data at the time it is most clear to us ...and not include any subsequent discussion/retask /ponderings/imaginings etc etc. Yes, I'm all for experiments. I'd love to join in too if anyone has anything definite in mind. Regards, Glyn Reply | Forward

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From: Richard Krankoski Date: Sun Mar 9, 2003 10:19 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. Rich_crv > Moderator's note: Well, and that brings the conversation back > to where I started it, of the "holographic universe" concept; > if that theory is true, then technically, everything-replicates- > everywhere: we should be able to find almost anything we are > looking for in almost anything. (Including target info for > Target 1, in the session info from Target 8.) -- PJ Maybe that's why Joe gave info on Mars that seemed "reasonable" even though Skip gave him the wrong co-ordinates. Or.... what Joe found was at the given co-ordinates not the ones originally of interest. Rich Reply | Forward

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From: "pjgaenir" Date: Sun Mar 9, 2003 10:50 pm Subject: Re: More thoughts on re-tasking existing sessions. pjgaenir > Rich wrote: > Maybe that's why Joe gave info on Mars that seemed "reasonable" even though Skip gave him the wrong co-ordinates. > Or.... what Joe found was at the given co-ordinates not the ones > originally of interest. Or... Joe 'remote influenced' himself/retasked himself backward in time when he found out what the CORRECT coords were. Hey. So.... any session I've done that really sucked... I could just attempt to influence myself back in time to better focus or something. I've actually done that with other things. Course there's no proof whatever! That's an age old metaphysical technique, plus a scientology technique. Here's a thought. What if I retask my session on the same target I was tasked on. 30 times. ROFL. PJ

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