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 When do I have to use the Site Template ? 
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Post When do I have to use the Site Template ?
Hi,

I have finished DVD 2 and I'm practicing with the following type of cues:
- Person / Present Time.
- Optimum Trajecories.
- Locating lost objects.

Do I have to do the Site Template when working Optimum Trajectories ? In addition when working blind I have no way to know if it is an optimum trajectory or not, then do I have to make the S.T. anyway?

In the DVD-2 the example cues provided are like "Optimal Trajectory" instead of "Optimum Trajectory" . Which one do I have to use?

Thank you in advance.

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Mon Jan 03, 2005 2:32 pm
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No remote viewing session is complete, nor can be use to solve any problem without the Site Template!

The cue examples in the DVD are just that -- examples. They are there to augment the lecture on cuing. I highly recommend that you do not tackle higher-level problem sets (especially important ones) until you have a lot more RV experience with the fundamentals. '(Person)/now' & '(object)/present location' are excellent training targets, as long as you are able to obtain quick feedback (eg., a phone call to the person to ask where they were and what they were doing at the start time of your session - 'now' as a temporal qualifier acts as a freeze frame).

'Optimum' is the preferred word-idea; empirically it has been shown to be effective as a cue qualifier.

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Mon Jan 03, 2005 6:37 pm
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I'm using those kind of cues just to practice. I can't think of using it to solve anything yet at this point in the learning process. Thank you very much for your advice Ed. :idea:

So, it is better to forget about Optimum Trajectories for now :? . Ok

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Mon Jan 03, 2005 8:24 pm
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I practiced with 20-30 blind target pool that a friend made up for me. Simply a photo with a TRN. easy to do.... easy to know if your right or wrong. Simple ..quick feed back. It's always good to have a "nailed session" in your menory... It's like the great tee shot off the green that gets you back to the golf course.

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Mon Jan 03, 2005 11:53 pm
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Yes Alex, I think you are completely right.

Thank you very much for your advice!!

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