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Is there a specific prompt for using modelling clay?

Would S6[1]- clay be sufficient or just set the page up like s4 would be and work away with clay?


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Is there a specific prompt if one wishes to use modelling clay to complete a s6 model


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Training exercise: describe what a prompt is.

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Post Re: S6- prompt for using clay?
Morgan Farrell wrote:
Training exercise: describe what a prompt is.


prompts are our way of asking the matrix for info, as in show me s1, s2and so info, as well as "from the top of [x] ssbp" to get a more detailed question. Prompts can be detailed up close or 'from a thousand miles above' as needed.


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Part of that is partially correct. Try again - think, research, expand and refine.

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What, where, when and how I want to see it


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Hmmm...how about a few example prompts?

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From the top of [x] ssbp

From 100meter south of (or above) [x] ssbv

The function of [x] sbp

The purpose of [1] sbp

The true feelings of [1] sbp

The origin of [x] sbp


I have a feeling that review of discs 1-4 are in order


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Now you're talking. I'm a little wary of "the true feelings of..." though - there are better ways to get that sort of data.

Also, just writing down the TRNs is a prompt - you're prompting your unconscious to describe the target.

There are other ways to prompt in-session, too, such as subvocalizing each S2 sensory category as you come to it, and so on.

In answer to your original question - you're not talking about a prompt at all, just a stage header. Which would be just S6 [1] with an S4-style data matrix to record data impressions.

As for reviewing the DVDs, I say do so until you can answer any question about anything covered therein in your sleep.

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Ok, so there is nothing I need to add to s6? Just write s6 on a piece of paper and record word ideas on a different paper set up in an s4 format?


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The header would be: S6 [whatever]. Format this page just like a S4 page. Record any impressions here as you shape your modelling compound. Spend no more than 10 minutes (absolute maximum) doing this.

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Thank you again.


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Keep in mind that TRNs also serve as S1 prompts.

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I have actually done clay modelling twice. This was using the CRV protocol on a CRV course.

At stage 4 and beyond CRV and TRV seem very similar having familial roots as it were.

On the CRV course there was no prompt, we simply brought the clay into the work area after working a session to S4. We would simply go straight from S4 putting our pens and papers to oneside then into S6 clay modelling, moulding the clay with our hands following our intuition. Incidently there is no site template of the S3 drawings in CRV.

Clay modelling lends itself better to targets which are physical in nature rather than intangible. I had a Cauldron Laborotory like complex and an aircrash into a ferris wheel.

I suggest you use the childrens toy stuff I believe it is called playdooh. It's brightly coloured and can easily be reused.

Hope this helps.


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Do not use clay, do not use Playdoh. Use modelling compound and sculpting tools (see my earlier posts on this subject or hark back to my RV workshop comments re. same).

...and eschew taking RV lessons from pseudo-teachers and/or former RVers (some of whom are now a quarter century behind the RV power curve).

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Ok thanks Ed, I had not seen any of your earlier posts on RV clay modelling. I only ever recall you acknowledging it's existence in a workshop once, that was all. This despite regulalrly trawling through old threads on the forum mining for Cues, doing workshops with you and watching all your DVDs.

My purpose in mentioning this was simply to endorse clay modelling as part of Remote Viewing. It amazingly (like the rest of RV) works. I simply wanted to give some encouragment for others to explore this process themselves.

Now I need to find your posts and I suspect sometime soon be prompted to make a visit to the Art store.

Any chance you could give us some photos/recollections about targets worked using this method? What was your best clay modelling experience?


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