pjrv : Messages : 416-418 of 4038
#416 From: "dennanm"
Date: Mon Aug 5, 2002 11:48 pm
Subject: Really Sucking At RV. dennanm
Well I had a couple days of practice sessions that I felt really good
about, felt like I moved a bit up somehow, understood and worked with
myself a little better, and so on.
So of course, today's practice was horrible. :-(
The BEST session was 95% unrelated and 5% weirdly symbolic; the other
two sessions were not even of the target, I mean obviously, I had a
totally different target in some kind of aol-drive going on, but even
then didn't have enough data to be worth considering.
Today for the first time I've been trying 'verbal' sessions instead
of writing it down. This just isn't working for me obviously. But
I'm going to keep trying at least once a day, since it might be that
speaking brings out some different aspect of me and I just need
practice at expressing psi data in that form. I think I'm used to
really 'anchoring' on the page and I've just lost my crutch. :-)
I'm posting this because it's real easy to talk about good sessions,
cool stuff, psi experiences and so on -- not so many people are
equally courageous about admitting dismal failure at RV (this is,
after all, a field where there are a dozen claims and a million
inferences for every ONE guy actually demonstrating prowess :-)).
So if any of you are feeling about as psychic as a rock, I'm there
with ya today. Sigh.
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#418 From: "ozblueriver"
Date: Tue Aug 6, 2002 1:08 am
Subject: Re: Really Sucking At RV. ozblueriver
Over the years I have proven to myself that it is possible to program
our future by thinking and feeling it within ourselves.
I was wondering if this would help you with your RVing vocally. If
you change your thinking from, "This is not working very well.", to
somethink like, "Next time I do this I will be stunned by my
accuracy.", then you might have a nice surprise to look forward to
next time you give the verbal technique a go.
I think programming our future might be a way of us all getting
better and better at what we do. What do you think?
Moderator's note: Well okay. I need an attitude adjustment, you're right. But
three horrible sessions in one day is a little much for any ego. I do agree
'expectation' has much to do with success, and that what I call "deliberate
optimism" can improve results in anything. I'll work on that and let you know
how it goes. -- PJ