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My first RV Session Results
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Author:  Promagstyle [ Mon Nov 03, 2014 10:25 pm ]
Post subject:  My first RV Session Results

To the Moderators, this is my first post on RV Community please feel free to move this thread if needed.

I have attached my first RV Session based on Learn RV DVD Workshop 1.

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- Does it matter if I labeled what I drew is not labeled X, A, B?
- By an accident I added a letter "C"
- Does this matter if I used a different letter?

The result is so accurate.
Remote Viewing Works!

Thank you Major Dames!

Author:  kfa [ Tue Nov 04, 2014 7:19 am ]
Post subject:  Re: My first RV Session Results

Hello and welcome. Yes remote viewing is accurate if done properly, but we have a few miles to go till then. Everything matters, and if we have 'accidents' we start over reviewing the instructions. I don't want to do the work moving this, let's just try again.

Author:  Promagstyle [ Tue Nov 04, 2014 9:14 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: My first RV Session Results

kfa wrote:
Hello and welcome. Yes remote viewing is accurate if done properly, but we have a few miles to go till then. Everything matters, and if we have 'accidents' we start over reviewing the instructions. I don't want to do the work moving this, let's just try again.


Oh yes, Practice makes perfect.

This is just Target One, as a Freehand Sketch.

If I understand correctly Target Two is based on the Freehand Sketch from Stage 3, but we are doing a Analytical Sketch based on [x].

On Wards to Target two from Workshop 1 on the DVD!

If I'm wrong, then I will be corrected at the Live Event in Philadelphia.

Author:  kfa [ Wed Nov 05, 2014 4:30 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: My first RV Session Results

It would be better to fix any outstanding issues right away before moving on, especially at this early stage. Would like to see your S1 and S2 also. I suggest to redo the first target, post the entire session (should be 2 pages) in the dedicated forum section, and we take it from there. Then this thread is no longer needed. Bon?

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