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Author:  riverofstars [ Thu Apr 07, 2005 4:13 pm ]
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This probably shouldn't be under "General Discussions" so I'm re-posting here.
To build confidence, I ran the TRNs twice. I was pleased to see similarities in
the two site templates.

next pope/home town/most significant feature


Author:  Ed Dames [ Thu Apr 07, 2005 8:26 pm ]
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Okay. Let's begin by labeling the hemispherical structure in the center of S.T. 2 as Element [1]. Our goal is to establish the structure's identity. The problem will then be solved.

Here are a few follow-up suggestions for acquiring more detail:

Resume the session (don't forget to number pages) with a movement -

The most recognizable feature of [1] should be visible


The most unique feature inside [1] SBV

You'll have to use subscripts, (e.g., [X1], [A1] & [X2], [A2]) to differentiate the new site aspects from earlier ones in the session.

In terms of data analysis, do not ignore the contextual elements that you unconsciously selected to include in your S.T. Remember, the site template contains all the essential elements of information associated with both the problem and its solution. With this in mind, you might want to peruse the following:[/i]

Author:  riverofstars [ Fri Apr 08, 2005 4:35 pm ]
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I believe I understand your instructions.
My next post will tell...


Author:  riverofstars [ Fri Apr 08, 2005 10:16 pm ]
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I think I'm messing this up. Please advise.

Author:  Ed Dames [ Sat Apr 09, 2005 8:00 am ]
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1. You must label the big, central thing in your S.T. 2 as [1] (refer to the Companion Guide to LearnRV) -- then execute the first movement: "The most recognizable feature Inside [1] SBV"

This results in a new ideogram, new set of S2s, and a new freehand S3 -- a new site (essentially a new session) which requires labels on the new key site aspects (again, subscripted with the number 1, so that when you perform the next movements, unconscious won't refer back to the original [X], etc., in the first freehand sketch).

The new site template now has greater detail and resolution about the large structure.

This process can continue; you could label something else, in any of the templates, as Element 3, 4, ([3], [4]), etc. We are simply trying to acquire the threshold amount of information necessary to identify what that central/key structure is, in the original S.T. -- cathedral, observatory, university, tomb, circus, colliseum, government building, etc. Then, we turn our attention to other aspects (targets) of the problem.

There are other ways to handle this problem, and some advanced techniques, as well. But to introduce these now would certainly send you into overload.

Author:  riverofstars [ Sat Apr 09, 2005 4:35 pm ]
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Thanks for the tune-up.
It's sinking in, albeit slowly.
Can't tell you how exciting this is.

Author:  Dreamer [ Sat Apr 09, 2005 10:17 pm ]
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Major Dames,

if I may ask a question about this.

How long of a break can someone take before doing a session on Elements 1,2, 3 etc. of the ST?

I mean, the prompt is "from the top of 1 SSBP" accodring to the guide. You mentioned to other prompts, should these reflect what you are trying to do? (for example in this case, describe the interior of the "domed structure" in more detail. So "from the top of" is not as approppriate as "inside of"?

And, will a viewer be able to establish connection with that target simply for that prompt? or will the TRN have to be re-prompted?

And, does this mean you cannot do any other sessions until you are done with a session, i.e. one session at a time, or can you pause a session and do others? (i.e multiple sessions at once, of different targets).



Author:  Ed Dames [ Sat Apr 09, 2005 10:55 pm ]
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You are reading too much into my posts. Indeed, the answer to your second question is tacit in my response, above. This material is covered in the LearnRV DVDs. I suggest that you review them.

As far as time away from target, etc., it is irrelevant to session performance -- unconscious has no problem 'bookmarking' and remembering what's what. Additionally, you may work as many separate problems as you want, concurrently, as long as they are not topically related (e.g., two separate missing person cases). Otherwise, you risk crosstalk/bleedthrough, ideationally speaking.

Author:  riverofstars [ Tue Apr 12, 2005 1:09 am ]
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Here is my ST[1] prompted by 'The Most Recognized Feature of [1] SBV'.
I tried to follow up with 'the most unique feature inside [1] SBV.
Half-way through that I realized I was getting trash because I was labeling
the site aspects with the same subscripts as before: x1, a1, b1, etc.

Also, regarding ST[1] I continued my stage 3 prompts as:
From the top of [x1] SBV. Is that right?


And finally, this place really feels like an observatory. I have been to many.
At this point is it alright to assume I'm not having one gigantic AOL?


Author:  riverofstars [ Tue Apr 12, 2005 1:16 am ]
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OK, I know what's missing from ST[1].
I didn't label my AIs which were 'ecstatic and thrilled.'
I was emotionally high as a kite. It felt like I was near something to do with
astronomy, which would flip ALL my switches on.
But I pushed off any thinking-about-it with the mantra,
"If you're thinking about it, you're wrong."


Author:  Ed Dames [ Tue Apr 12, 2005 2:37 am ]
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Looks like a hamster cage to me...(just kidding).

It cannot 'feel like' an observatory.

Review the Companion Guide (again): compile and collate all of your data, write a summary, and let me see it and some analytical conclusions.

I'll continue to walk you through to the problem's solution, after that.

Author:  riverofstars [ Tue Apr 12, 2005 2:42 am ]
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Alright. I printed out the companion guide again tonight. (I lose everything that isn't nailed down.) Analytical conclusions are forthcoming...


Author:  Ed Dames [ Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:58 am ]
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There is a hard copy inside DVD 1 -- did you lose that too? I'll bet you have trouble holding onto men, also...

Author:  Dreamer [ Wed Apr 13, 2005 11:40 pm ]
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Well, worse come to worst, she can always RV it to help her find it ;)

Author:  riverofstars [ Thu Apr 14, 2005 12:29 am ]
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Socks Boss. I lose alotta socks. Also haven't seen dvd 1 in a while, or the cat...

Author:  Mat [ Tue Apr 19, 2005 6:17 pm ]
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Habemus Papam !

I have just known that the new Pope has already been elected. Joshep Ratzinger (or something like that). He is from Germany. So I have been looking for famous monuments/buildings. And I have find out that the building with a dome is the Reichstag in Berlin.

just Amazing !!!

Congratulations RiverOfStars !!!!

Here you have a link to the picture.

The Reichstag, the seat of the German Parliament, is one of Berlin's most historical landmarks. It is close to the Brandenburger Tor and before the unification, it was right next to the wall.

So the wall you have depicted in your S.T. seems to be the Berlin's wall.

Author:  David Roseta [ Tue Apr 19, 2005 8:48 pm ]
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Excellent job Riverofstars!!!

Author:  Dreamer [ Tue Apr 19, 2005 11:36 pm ]
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"Houston, we have a dome!"


Great job RoS


Author:  riverofstars [ Wed Apr 20, 2005 5:50 pm ]
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Don't be idiots, you guys!! (I mean, thanks for the vote of confidence) :) but a domed
building exists in every town in every country in Europe, practically.
You would have to see my entire project first, then analyze it to determine if I
correctly identified the home town of Pope Benedict XVI, which is MUNICH.

River of Stars

Author:  Mat [ Wed Apr 20, 2005 10:10 pm ]
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Ok, then you should admit you did it terribly bad. LOL

Author:  riverofstars [ Thu Apr 21, 2005 1:41 am ]
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Not at all Mat, my friend. :P
The void is not empty!
I did my best according to the skills I have developed to this point.
I'm proud of my work.
Hoping to learn much more.

River of Stars

Author:  riverofstars [ Thu Apr 21, 2005 4:12 am ]
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My mistake. Pope Benedict XVI was born in Marktl am Inn, Bavaria, Germany.

Author:  Dreamer [ Thu Apr 21, 2005 4:22 am ]
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So, let us know what you think of your sessoin River. Your thoughts. Looking forward to hear them :)

Author:  Mat [ Thu Apr 21, 2005 12:27 pm ]
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Hey Rivers Of Stars,

I was just kidding, your site templates doesn't look bad at all. And there are also walls in every single city in the world, but not that symbolic as the one in Berline.

So you were looking for a city or the country ?

Author:  riverofstars [ Thu Apr 21, 2005 5:11 pm ]
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Hi Mat,

This was the cue: Next Pope/Home Town/Most Recognizable Feature.

I've started a new thread, posting my Summary and Analysis.
Please go to 'Pope Project Continued' under 'Higher Level Prompts.'

River of Stars

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