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Author:  nathantj [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 3:50 am ]
Post subject:  Existence or lack thereof

Hi All,
I am in between DVD 3 and 4 doing my practice sessions every two days.
Quick question: Say my son decides to bury or not to bury (and do nothing) a small box with a cheap watch in it. My job being to RV the existence and identification of the nearest recognizable feature within 100 feet of the target.

My question is do I do two separate sessions: one for the existence and the other for the feature or do I do them both in one session?

Are there any tell-tale signs, indicators or flags in a session for verifying existence?

Thanks in advance.
~Nathan

Author:  Dan Ellis [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 4:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

nathantj,

I think what you're asking is going to lead to a cuing question.

Someone will or will not acquire a watch. If I understand you correctly.

And, that will be a good starting place for you to begin.

Dan

Author:  nathantj [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:02 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

Dan,
that is correct except that I don't know that it's a watch. I don't know what or if he is going to bury something.
Hope this helps.

Based on your input should the 'existence' Que be something like this?

[1234/5678] Someone will or will not acquire the target.

Thanks
~Nathan

Author:  Dan Ellis [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 5:29 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

Nathan,

Remember, it's called a cue, not a 'que.'
Your cue, is a fail.

Nathan, in my opinion you are going to need a little more information about this scenario ( either, from your son or from yourself ) to find a/the defined target. ( real or not )

Once that is established, get your cuing hat on.
Be creative.

Dan

Author:  nathantj [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:32 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

This event has not happened so really it's all in theory.
With that in mind lets change things around a bit. What if I knew it was a cheap watch and all I want to know is if the cheap watch is buried in the back yard or not.

Also what I would like to know is if there are the tell-tale or universal signs (if any) or indicators for choosing one or the other in this kind of session.

Thanks again!
Nathan

Author:  Dan Ellis [ Thu Jan 02, 2014 6:53 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

Nathan,

Sounds like a treasure hunt of sorts.

Define the search terms for your cuing purposes.

Post your cue, if you would like a cue check.

I have no knowledge of ' tell-tale or universal signs .'

Dan

Author:  nathantj [ Fri Jan 03, 2014 7:51 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

Ok,
How does this cue look. Again, I am just checking to see if this event happened.

[1234/5678] Cheap watch buried in my backyard by my son

Would this fall in the realms of ARV (Associative Remote Viewing)?
Thanks,
Nathan

Author:  Dan Ellis [ Fri Jan 03, 2014 9:49 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Existence or lack thereof

Nathan,

You've got to get and be more specific in terms of your cuing strategy.

Kick the word ' cheap ' because it is irrelevant to the cue.

Who's watch is it ? Your's, your son's, someone else's ?

Does the watch exist ?

Backyard ? Do you own the dirt? Or, do you think you do ?

Alright, here is a start. You are persistent in your quest. And, that is a good thing here. This is a learning center for remote viewing. And my purpose is to teach you how to learn.

You are looking for the " location ."

[ nnnn / nnnn ] " My son's most recent hidden watch / location "

This might not be the exact cue to use, because of the circumstances you have expressed, but it is a start for you.

You will need the fundamental very advanced remote viewing skill's taught by Major Dames, in the LearnRv DVD's, down pat rock solid, before talking about ARV.

In this instance, I do not think ARV is the course to take, based upon what you have expressed.

Side note : Just ask your son, if he buried a watch.

Hope I've helped. May you find what you seek.

Talk to you later,

Dan

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