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Author:  rvclone [ Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:37 am ]
Post subject:  Restarting DVD1 again

Earlier this year I started DVD1. I was sidetracked with work and now I would like to start back at the beginning and get through all the DVDs over Xmas.

I'd like a fresh TRN to work on since I already worked with the existing on on the DVD1.

I did see a post from a RV professional that listed 4 or 5 TRNs with links to the .jpg images but i cant find it again.

I'm not at the stage to create them myself so if someone knows the forum post that would be very helpful.
Thanks.

Author:  Tiger74 [ Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:50 am ]
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I was in the same boat as you and these served me very well.
Best of luck! Post your work and get feedback after each session.

viewtopic.php?f=20&t=2582

Author:  rvclone [ Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:16 pm ]
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Hi Tiger74,

Thank you, that's the forum post i was trying to find.

Best Regards

Author:  rvclone [ Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:17 pm ]
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Hi Tiger74,
Is there a particular thread to post to for these sessions?
rgds

Author:  Tiger74 [ Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:17 am ]
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I think it's best to post them under the "exchange homemade targets" session. Start a new thread for each session you post, including the TRNs in the subject line. When you get back to doing the targets on the DVDs, post those sessions under the "post DVD course sessions".
You can look at the sessions I posted back in March/April to get an idea. I have some in both sections.

Author:  rvclone [ Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:32 am ]
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Thanks Tiger74.
I was a bit worried about using the homemade TRNs off the forum because there is no guarantee they are real,not duplicated, expired (the TRN photo is now trashed), formulated incorrectly or I dont know!!., But you have helped me out. Just beginners slow steps and been careful! :D

Best Rgds

Author:  1.11 [ Mon Dec 10, 2012 10:19 pm ]
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Here are ten Practice Targets (thanks to bstuart) with Feedback:

http://rvcommunity.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=7345

Author:  kocmodpom [ Thu Dec 13, 2012 4:12 am ]
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Stick to the homemade ones by the pros like mine, and you should be more than fine.

I have an issue with any TRN set that includes more than one TRN in a post hence mine are all individual posts. There is evidence that leads to contamination especially for new viewers who haven't successfully trained their unconscious to filter it to one at a time.

Author:  Type1 [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:29 am ]
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Thanks for the post. I was hoping for something like this to come up as I need more practice with stage 1 and 2 before I starting hitting 3 & 4 in depth. I just got the material a couple weeks ago and didn't know what to do since I didn't feel confident in my first try based on what I wrote down --> felt I missed the target.

Author:  jayvee [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:35 am ]
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Type1 wrote:
I just got the material a couple weeks ago and didn't know what to do since I didn't feel confident in my first try based on what I wrote down --> felt I missed the target.


As a beginner your most important task is to solidify your knowledge of the structural protocols of an RV session. Forget about accuracy for now, that will come with time and practice!!!

Author:  Ed Dames [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:35 am ]
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?

Double non sequitur.

Author:  Type1 [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:46 am ]
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jayvee wrote:
Type1 wrote:
I just got the material a couple weeks ago and didn't know what to do since I didn't feel confident in my first try based on what I wrote down --> felt I missed the target.


As a beginner your most important task is to solidify your knowledge of the structural protocols of an RV session. Forget about accuracy for now, that will come with time and practice!!!


Got it! Sometimes I'll role play scenarios while driving with radio off and try to describe the things around me as far as how they would "feel" as the language of universe is based on a "feels like" paradigm. Solidifying my knowledge in the structural protocols is work in progress, I'm getting there :mrgreen:

Author:  Ed Dames [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:55 am ]
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Actually, I cannot discern any indication that you've really 'got it.'

Anecdotally, re. that Ingo 'Millennium' painting avatar of yours: Standing upon a ladder in his NYC Bowery flat, black paint and brush in hand, I actually touched up that selfsame painting for him -- with extreme trepidation -- as he stood back and directed me.

Get ready for me to do much more than that with 'Types' like you (e.g., 'ream you a new asshole,' as many U.S. Army drill sergeants are so wont to say).

Welcome aboard.

LearnRV

Doom

P.S. - If timespace permits, I'd deign to enter into a discourse with you re. the value of 'role playing'

Author:  Type1 [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 7:18 pm ]
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Ed Dames wrote:
Actually, I cannot discern any indication that you've really 'got it.'

Anecdotally, re. that Ingo 'Millennium' painting avatar of yours: Standing upon a ladder in his NYC Bowery flat, black paint and brush in hand, I actually touched up that selfsame painting for him -- with extreme trepidation -- as he stood back and directed me.

Get ready for me to do much more than that with 'Types' like you (e.g., 'ream you a new asshole,' as many U.S. Army drill sergeants are so wont to say).

Welcome aboard.

LearnRV

Doom

P.S. - If timespace permits, I'd deign to enter into a discourse with you re. the value of 'role playing'


Well Ed, my name is Jim, I guess first impression of me isn't stellar, but it's work in progress. As far as meaning of "got it" was intended to indicate that is where my focus will be directed, not that I actually "got" the protocols down 100%, I'm working on that.

I found out about Ingo over a year ago and have always been fascinated with RV, even more so after I read Cosmic Voyage by Courtney Brown: Mind = Blown. It wasn't until I heard a recent interview of yours on C2C that I found out more about you and the program you offer, so that's why I'm here. I also have some things I need to prove, acquiring accurate RV skills will speak volumes.

My profile name has nothing to do with personality btw, as in type 1 personality. It has to do with the transition of civilization and humanity --> assuming we make it.

Let the ass reaming commence!

Author:  Ed Dames [ Fri Dec 14, 2012 10:58 pm ]
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I own 33% of the rights to that book. Made Courtney remove my name from it for reasons already stated in these forums.

Again, welcome aboard.

Ed

Author:  Indianpony [ Thu Jan 17, 2013 9:14 am ]
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I wonder if I can remote view the origin of dinosaur bugs (stink bugs)...


Welcome Type 1, Good luck

Author:  Tiger74 [ Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:03 am ]
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Off topic and wrong forum, but never-the-less, I feel I must comment.
All stinking, stinging and biting insects are the spawn of Satan and should be avoided at all costs. At least that's my non-RV opinion.

Sorry, now back to real RV discussions. :-)

Author:  Indianpony [ Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:08 am ]
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The question arose out of my distaste of the little buggers and in particular, the one crawling across my screen as it were.

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