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Post Military service cue question
Greetings,

I'm trying to determine whether someone in the military had served overseas in a specific country. I could use some guidance on the cue.

I'm thinking (for example). . .

Name/military service/Liberia

If they had been there, results would be usable.
If they had NOT been there, results would be gibberish.

Or is there a HARV Yes/No cue which would be better?

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Nobodysfuel.


Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:55 pm
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Any takers?


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Illbreaker, Why don't you give it a good old college try ? The exercise will serve you well. Dan


Thu Oct 06, 2011 2:40 pm
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Greetings,

I have been working on this target. I did not use HARV.

I simply used:
person/military service/country

I got back a "real" session, with emotions, sounds, emotions, temp, etc.

I was thinking about comparing it with a session which would be deliberately false (ie a country where I knew he could not have been)

For example:
person/military service/Greenland or Vanuatu or Lemuria

Any suggestions?
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Very difficult problem set.

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Thu Oct 06, 2011 3:05 pm
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Post Re: Military service cue question
Keep us posted about your results. I've got a similar question about a family member who we KNOW was in the Army as a cook during WWII, but he also said he was recruited as a pilot for the Air Force. Personally, I think the Air Force story was part of his "Walter Mitty" lifestyle.

Let us know what you find out!

Jessie :)

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Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:37 pm
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Post Re: Military service cue question
I will keep you posted.

I will set up a couple of dummy control cues (as above) and run them over the coming weeks. When RVing concepts, I find them very much like living in a vacuum: no sounds, cool, dry temp, etc.

I agree that this is a bit of a tricky problem set, but I'm up for a challenge.

Take care,
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Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:35 am
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Nobodyfuel, you need to apply some S6 tools in order to have some vague idea of the number of the different "overseas" deployments. Then, you have to explore the location of each one of them. Preferably with a GF.

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Mon Oct 10, 2011 11:49 am
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Thank you Stefan,

I'm not strong in S6 yet. What would you suggest for an S6 cur or tool? I'm willing to give it a try.

What is GF? (Girl Friend?) - Just kidding, but I've never heard of GF - Grid Formation?

Thanks a lot.

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Tue Oct 11, 2011 1:08 am
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Yes, it stands for Girl Friend. You need to choose her wisely when you go to explore these locations. Some of them could be nice touristic destinations such as Kandahar or the Baghdad outskirts. If this happens to be the case, go there with some Lara Croft type individual...it could be handy.

GF = proprietary protocol

You will be able to implement the attack stratagem which I outlined earlier, when you complete an advanced RV training. At this stage though, you may try to start with the following:

[xxxxx/xxxx] Name / First overseas land-based military assignment / Location

or

[aaaa/aaaa] Name / Most recent overseas land-based military assignment / Location

Then, you need to apply some target geometry or high level prompts. Review DVD 4 - the Madrid bombing target; I mean the technique used to sketch the flag.

Good Luck!

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LOL! Lara Croft.

Thanks Stefan,

I will try these cues. I have used location/flag before, though unsuccessfully.

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Thanks again Stefan,

JessieT, I ended this project. After looking to see about country-specific targets, I began to work other aspects of the person's life, which is really what the person wanted to know. I looked at things like most traumatic military event, most guilt-inducing military event, and "friendly fire". (I'm paraphrasing here guys -- the cues were good).

I did do several sessions with cues relating to Iraq and covert military service, and I did get legitimate session feedback.

This was a mighty hard project and took close to 40 hours of my time. If I were to do it again, I would probably not want to be bound by looking for the country, specifically. I would probably have looked at traumatic military events, found the top 2 or 3 and then run geoloc sessions (or even nation/flag sessions) on them to see where they had occurred.

Phew, by for now.
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NF, please consider enrolling in 1x1 training with a pro.

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RVRobot,

Such is definitely on my agenda :)

Thanks,
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Sun Nov 13, 2011 3:59 am
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NF,

If you're still around, I apologize for not responding to your final post on this question.

My father died at the end of September 2011 and I wound up spending the next 2 years resolving estate stuff. I was not in the right frame of mind for RVing.

Thank you for your response.

JessieT

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