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#3993

From: "pjgaenir" Date: Sat May 8, 2004 3:23 am Subject: Old Sessions pjgaenir I started going through my lab books tonight, looking for some reasonably succinct, and not too glowing yet not too lousy, sessions to put in the Window Gallery in TKR. I'm really surprised every time I look through old sessions. I always find that decent sessions don't seem as fabulous in retrospect, and bad sessions seem better than I expected. It's making me wonder if I am somehow incapable of making any intelligent decision about a session at any time within about a year of doing it. I'm also surprised by how few long sessions I have. We would all like to be able to spend 90 minutes+ with a monitor for a session, but how often does that happen if it isn't your job. I have more 5-10 minute exercises than any other kind of session. And it's so obvious what a diff it makes in data of course, having a much longer, usually altered state session vs. 10 minutes (interrupted several times) in general beta. I think it's not just the time and state of mind, but the greater 'importance' placed on a 'big long formal' session vs. a quick exercise. I have a lot of 'intuitive writing', Q&A with self and such, mixed in my lab books. Lots of wise advice which I have promptly ignored and forgotten. Some very cool dreams and meditations too. I feel vaguely depressed that my primary gripes in a 2002 book are the same as they are now. My session work is so irregular that every time I'm getting somewhere it's about the time I stop, because some time demand that had a temporary lull has picked up again. I feel like I'm chronically starting over again at RV. I didn't promise this email would have any point to it. I'm just rambling at 3AM before bed is all. PJ Reply | Forward

#3994

From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon May 10, 2004 1:15 pm Subject: Re: How do you slow down signal imput? docsavagebill Hi PJ and All, I have a question about longer sessions. It seems that sometimes ( usually when comming back to a session I took a long break from) I start getting one visual after another, semmingly unrelated. They come so fast I can't sketch them before I forget them.. and many times I just quit when that happens.. but later when looking at the feedback, I've found that all those apparently disparate pieces of informatioin will fit togeather into a good session. Any tips for slowing it down..so that one can capture them? Bill Reply | Forward

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From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Mon May 10, 2004 5:44 pm Subject: Re: How do you slow down signal imput? ozblueriver Hi Bill, > Bill wrote: > Any tips for slowing it down..so that one can capture them? I have a running conversation with my sub. If I get stuff coming in too fast or don't understand I complain. LOL I ask my sub to show me again SLOWLY or I ask it to make things clearer. Ya gotta get bossy. LOL Cheers Liz Reply | Forward

#3996

From: Bill Pendragon Date: Mon May 10, 2004 6:18 pm Subject: Re: How do you slow down signal imput? docsavagebill Hey Liz, Thanks! .. gotta nag my subC! I'll try that. It never occured to me. Maybe that conept comes eaiser to a married female..G. Best wishes, Bill Reply | Forward

#3997

From: "pjgaenir" Date: Mon May 10, 2004 8:06 pm Subject: Re: How do you slow down signal input? pjgaenir > I start getting one visual > after another, semmingly unrelated. They come so fast > I can't sketch them before I forget them.. Don't have any great advice on that. Some people do focus on the reverse though--on being able to absorb visual information faster-- such as using tachiscopic tools (a method commonly used in speed reading software). Practicing the ability to absorb visual info rapidly and remember it might help as well. PJ (I'm now one of those people with an email footer longer than my messages.) Come play in the TKR Remote Viewing & Dowsing Galleries: http://www.sciencehorizon.com/TKR/ Find viewers near you with the Remote Viewing Directory: http://www.RVDirectory.org TalkTalkTalk: the TKR Remote Viewing Message Board Complex: http://www.tenthousandroads.com Info Galore at the Firedocs Remote Viewing Collection: http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/

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