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Recently, the accuracy of my sessions and summaries have gone up a notch. At the same time, about 50% of the time while in stage 2 I have a problem with being able to physically write some of the words clearly. It is as if I am being directed to write/draw a mindless scribble which I then need to control to write the correct word. This only happens in Stage 2. Any thoughts on this?

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Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:04 pm
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Sounds interesting, but just to clarify this a bit more:

You do know what the word/perception is that is coming through. Moreover, it is something that you are conscious of, but can't seem to get it written down legibly.

Is this an accurate description of the disorder?

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Thu Aug 29, 2013 3:21 am
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Aha! Another prospective RV teacher in the brewing...I mean oven.

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At some point sir, after the big hog roast, I have plans that involve training a group for actionable,reliable intelligence. Unfortunately, right now, I need to focus on my own skill set's advancement before I can diagnose/help the possible problems in others'.

I am interested in Schneller's disorder, for it is interesting to me how we as remote viewers communicate with our unconscious; faulty or otherwise. I just wanted to understand exactly what is manifesting in his experience.

Tangentially, A professional I am not. However, when this gold target I have been working comes to fruition; I will be knocking at your and Kocmodpom's doorstep tout d'suite.

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Thu Aug 29, 2013 6:57 am
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I already knew all that 'stuff' -- I can see right through you.

Our world needs more RV teachers.

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Thu Aug 29, 2013 7:06 am
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DaingMaing wrote:
You do know what the word/perception is that is coming through. Moreover, it is something that you are conscious of, but can't seem to get it written down legibly.


I know what the perceived description is (the word); it's trying to write it down that can be a problem. I am also not referring to a word that is badly written (bad handwriting). It's like my hand is trying to write it one way (a mess), and I am having to force my hand to write is in a way so that it can be read, but not necessarily neatly.

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Thu Aug 29, 2013 9:08 am
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That started happening to me shortly after I started hitting targets consistently. I couldn't spell in S2, and the scribbling got progressively sloppier. It shouldn't really matter if you can read it or not because S2 is only scaffolding, a sort of temporary bridge/ladder to get to stage 3 and beyond.

This is most likely a good sign that you are improving. Time will tell, of course. What is probably happening is you are "right braining" while remote viewing which will over shadow your left brain activity (spelling). If you are remote viewing correctly, you probably won't be able to spell or write as legibly as you normally do. That's my opinion anyway and I think I have the science right on that. Just keep doing what you're doing.


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Tiger74 wrote:
What is probably happening is you are "right braining" while remote viewing which will over shadow your left brain activity (spelling).


I hadn't thought of that; sounds very plausible.

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Moral: Stay in structure!

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