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pjrv : Messages : 3770-3770 of 4038
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From: "Glyn" Date: Fri Jan 16, 2004 5:47 am Subject: Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 glynis5799 Hello all, Well, the results were not stunning, but they were quite intriguing nonetheless, and food for thought.. If you remember, Liz sent me a session and then I was to try and get her to have picked up some impressions from the cover picture of Focus magazine, which was due to be published mid January 2004. At the bottom of this mail is Liz's mail of the 20th December which contains her session. Because I was not feeling that bright (flu..excuses excuses), I messed up Liz's feedback a bit, but not a lot of harm was done, it appears, as the result was that she just ended up seeing a small picture of a man that was on the cover, but who was not part of the main image that I intended to send on its own. You will have to look in the PJRV photo album for the feedback as unfortunately Yahoo strips images from these mails. The main picture on the front consists of a graphic artists imaginary rendition of sun-flares, using fractal images. It does not appear that the retro-tasking worked, as there was no clear evidence of that graphic or the man, and it appears Liz definitely hit her intended target with a resounding bang. :-). However, what is intriguing is that inside the magazine there is an article advertising a DVD set about Australia.....and at the top is a picture of Ayres rock. LOL!! Could so called retro-tasking be used to help a viewer focus rather than have the opposite affect? Food for thought indeed... Cheers for now. I will put up Liz's feedback now...plus the pic of Ayres rock. Kind regards, Glyn (and Liz of course...without whom I couldn't do this and would not be having so much fun or learning so much :-)) ................................................ -----Original Message----- From: Elizabeth Hambrook Sent: 20 December 2003 11:20 To: Glyn Subject: #9 Hi Glyn, This session was done on the 15th September 2002. The target was Ayres Rock Australia. Pru tasked it. As you probably know, Ayres Rock is one of our major tourist spots and is in the middle of a desert. Hard stone, rock or dirt Swirls igneous rock separate travel outdoors hot blazing sun bald sizzling temperature clean fresh air rough texture tall swirling twisted curvature tight tense light dry dusty chocking with dust/thick air coughing from dust swirl my hair blowing wildly in my face squinting my eyes dusty hard to breathe very sunny dry harsh environment quick/rapid duel piped narrow and tall no greenery rocky area pjrv : Messages : 3776-3776 of 4038
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From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Sat Jan 17, 2004 4:15 pm Subject: Re: Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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zblueriver > Yes, I think it probably was just a coincidence that the > pic appeared there Liz, but because I deliberately included > it with your feedback mail, intent was there. Whether it > had an affect is not obvious; more experiments are needed > along those lines. Hi Glyn, Could you tell me what your intent was. Did you have any clear thoughts at the time that showing me might effect my session? Ya got me curious now. LOL If I remember right, I think the original feedback picture didn't show any greenery and my session said NO greenery. But in your RT feedback there was. This leads me to think I went to the Rock at the time of year that the original photo showed. But I don't have the original photo to check. Some others did that session as well. It was tasked online by Pru. Dave Humphries might remember. Dave? cheers Liz pjrv : Messages : 3771-3782 of 4038
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From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Sat Jan 17, 2004 7:50 am Subject: Re: |-_-| Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 ozblueriver Hi Glyn, I think it is fairly clear that this session was free of any Retro Tasking mainly because while I was doing the session I felt as if I was on site. I felt as if I got caught up in a whirl wind of dust and lost sight of the rock for most of the session. >>>>However, what is intriguing is that inside the magazine there is an article advertising a DVD set about Australia.....and at the top is a picture of Ayres rock. LOL!! Could so called retro-tasking be used to help a viewer focus rather than have the opposite affect? Food for thought indeed... >>>>>> I have my doubts that seeing the picture of Ayres Rock in the magazine article would have any effect on my session because there was no intent for that to happen. I think seeing the picture would be no different to seeing it any other time after doing the session. IMHO But it is fascinating that it was included in the magazine. It's one of those interesting coincidences. I have no idea what it means though. LOL And thanks so much Glyn for doing these experiments. It has been lots of fun and very interesting and I'm thrilled that you asked me to be involved. Are you going to so a summery? cheers Liz [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Reply | Forward

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From: "Glyn" Date: Sat Jan 17, 2004 3:15 pm Subject: RE: |-_-| Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 glynis5799 Hi Liz, Thanks for that. > I have my doubts that seeing the picture of Ayres Rock in the magazine article would have any effect on my session > because there was no intent for that to happen. I think seeing the picture would be no different to seeing it any other > time after doing the session. IMHO Yes, I think it probably was just a coincidence that the pic appeared there Liz, but because I deliberately included it with your feedback mail, intent was there. Whether it had an affect is not obvious; more experiments are needed along those lines. > Are you going to so a summery? Yes,I will definitely go through and do a write up of each of the experiments and any thoughts we had about them so that others can comment too, and I want to do that asap. I am a bit behind I am afraid...what with Christmas, the flu, and spending too much time reading and chatting on the groups. But I have done some RV too :-). Cheers for now, Kind regards, Glyn BTW...The 'Part 1' in the title was a mistake, there is no Part 2 :-) [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Reply | Forward

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From: Weatherly-Hawaii...m Date: Sat Jan 17, 2004 5:08 pm Subject: Re: |-_-| Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 maliolana Aloha Liz & Glyn, Thanks to you both for doing this for the rest of us... Mahalo's girlfriends... Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna Reply | Forward

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From: "Glyn" Date: Sun Jan 18, 2004 5:55 am Subject: RE: |-_-| Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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lynis5799 Hi Dawna, Thanks, we've enjoyed it. I know they are only 'casual' experiments intended for us really, and there is absolutely no validation from anyone elses point of view, but we hope people have found them of interest. I will be posting up a summary when I can get to it. Meanwhile we are already going ahead with some more experiments (not RT), so we will probably be eventually posting something up on those as well. Grins from Glyn Thanks to you both for doing this for the rest of us... Mahalo's girlfriends... Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna pjrv : Messages : 3773-3784 of 4038
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From: Weatherly-Hawaii...m Date: Fri Jan 16, 2004 5:53 pm Subject: Re: Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 maliolana Aloha Glyn, > Could so called retro-tasking be used to help a viewer focus rather > than have > the opposite affect? Food for thought indeed...> That is a trip!...Yes definately intriguing... Love & Light & Laughter Mali'o...aka...Dawna Reply | Forward

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From: "Elizabeth Hambrook" Date: Sun Jan 18, 2004 12:31 am Subject: Re: Results of Retro-tasking Exp

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Part 1 ozblueriver > Thanks to you both for doing this for the rest of us... > Mahalo's girlfriends... Thanks Dawna, It was interesting and fun and I'm very glad Glyn had the grand idea to do some experimenting. I'm sure everyone would have jumped at the chance to give her a hand so I'm touched that I got to get in first to play around with all this. Now if anyone else wants to be Glyn's helper they are going to have to fight me for the position. LOL cheers Liz

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