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#646

From: "liansidorov71" Date: Sun Sep 8, 2002 8:28 pm Subject: orientation at the target liansidorov71 Hey guys, I apologize if this kind of message is unsuitable to the discussion, but I got another practical dilemma I need help with: I did target 003 on PJs list tonight night and I have a question about correlating dimensions/orientation: I got "irregular, water, bounded" very quick, then something like a semilunar shape, that I thought was AOL (moon over beach) Then the focus seemed to shift and I saw a vertical, grooved tall formation that I thought looked somewhat like a tree trunk, but was something else... then I knew there was an extra dimension to this... so I assumed the tall side was the edge of a 3-dimensional slate (like the floating monolyth in "2001"!) but right away I saw a propeller-like, many-bladed thing that I KNEW was jutting out from this initial straight object at a right angle. So I put it together as a propeller sticking out from a vertical slate of some kind. The last group of inputs consisted of a flat surface I knew was underneath this preliminary construction; a group of short metallic noises, (sonar-like, I thought); and the impression of ("salty; cold; no people present") Now the target was (a deeply grooved stalactite above a cave lake) and I think that what happened was that after I realized that there was an extra dimension to the grooved vertical tall object, I switched perspectives and saw a cross-section through the stalactite, which looked like a many-bladed propeller. My question is: how the #$%#$@% do I figure out when I'm about to make such a perspective switch? Also - is it possible that the "tic-tic-tic" sound I heard (by the way, the first time ever that I get any sounds in my RV) could be water dripping off the stalactite at some other point in time? Sorry again for the level of detail, I promise I won't make a habit of it - but I've just started this and I'm excited like a kid in a candy shop! Lian Reply | Forward

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From: "k9caninek9" Date: Mon Sep 9, 2002 12:14 am Subject: Re: orientation at the target k9caninek9 > --- In pjrv...liansidorov71" My question is: how the #$%#$@% do I figure out when I'm > about to make such a perspective switch? If you keep on with viewing, you will find that you slowly get a better understanding of the target and what you are doing in a session. RIght now, it is so disorganized. You are all over the place. But the more you practice, the more you will learn to get a better overall understanding of what is at the target. You will start to understand where things are in relationship to other things and will slowly become less confused. But obviously, it doesn't happen over night. It's sort of like learning any sport, you put in the time and it becomes easier to control what you are doing and influence where you are going. NOrmally in movement commands, one would write down the command to yourself, "Go an appropriate distance above the target and describe." Something like that. And then carry on with the session from the new perspective you have moved to. YOu can move all around the target that way. I wouldn't worry about it too much. You are just getting the kinks out right now. > Also - is it possible that the "tic-tic-tic" sound I heard (by the > way, the first time ever that I get any sounds in my RV) could be > water dripping off the stalactite at some other point in time? Could well be. ONly you know what it sounded like when you heard it. I have found that sometimes the sounds I hear in a session are close but just a bit off, like I have bad astral hearing or something, LOL! > Sorry again for the level of detail, I promise I won't make a habit > of it - There is nothing wrong with detail. If detail wasn't allowed, then we would have to kick PJ off of her own list, LOL! (PJ is known for writing really long posts...) > but I've just started this and I'm excited like a kid in a > candy shop! Well that is good. You are working with your subconscious and having fun is always an advantage, especially with rv. -E

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