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I would like to RV something that I see in some of my session work. I want to extract information from something that shows up periodically in my sessions, but does not provide usable information towards the target. In fact, for want of a better description, I would have to classify this as AOL. Unfortunately, I see none of this until the session is ended.

Is there a logical way to extract information from a ST after the session is ended? Is there a way to set up a part of an ST from a former RVing, apply TRNs to that certain aspect, and continue working from there? I have not ever seen that answer as a yes. There must be a way of doing this.

I suspect this is an emotional block of some sort, and I sure would like to open it up so I can take a look at it. The mere fact that I am asking about this, shows me that I am ready to take a look at whatever might be at the heart of the matter. I also don't think it advisable to preclude an answer as to what this might be before I get started working on it, by claiming that it is an emotional block. Makes sense, right?

Lastly, is something like this a topical search? I just don't know where to start. I have the RV Master Tips seminar tapes. If an answer is in those, just let me know. I'll be viewing them soon. Thank you for any guidance anyone can give me on this.

Josephine.


Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:16 am
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[1], etc.

Get with the program.

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Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:44 am
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Thanks, Ed. I looked this information up on the forum. Sorry to be such a thick-head. I understand now.

Josephine.


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