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Post In the neighborhood but not on target
In doing the third exercise I picked up on a number of the properties of aspect X, and I was pretty certain about my aspect A but it was not part of the target. Is it common to pick up on something that is legitimately near the actual target but is not at all associated with the target. Or is this just wishful thinking on my part.


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Post Re: In the neighborhood but not on target
Post your session and we'll provide comments and suggestions.

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Post Re: In the neighborhood but not on target
bighairybrad wrote:
Is it common to pick up on something that is legitimately near the actual target but is not at all associated with the target. Or is this just wishful thinking on my part.

Yes, I think it is common. Sometimes we call that context; other times we call it "missing the target."

As an example, one of my recent practice targets turned out to be the NOAA turtle barn in Galveston, Texas. In my session I described the structure across the street from the turtle barn in fairly good detail, along with the broadly curving road that runs between them. I didn't do nearly so well on the barn, which is filled with circular tubs holding thousands of tiny turtles. I perceived the circular features and the running water, but completely missed the presence of the turtles. In this case, the structure across the street was a distraction. Information on that structure was not required to provide context for the queued target - in fact having that information provided fodder for AOL and caused my analysis of the data to go astray. Even though data on the nearby structure was accurate, I rated the session a miss.

As a new student, though, "hits" and "misses" are far less important than your session structure, which is the key to remote viewing. Follow RVRobot's instruction and start posting your sessions. The sooner the better.

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Post Re: In the neighborhood but not on target
It can also be a function of how the target is prepared. Some cuing strategies are 'tight' while others allow unconscious to decide what is the most important thing.

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Post Re: In the neighborhood but not on target
Thanks for the great info...I will definitely post my session.


Thu Apr 14, 2011 12:20 am
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Post Re: In the neighborhood but not on target
It's common to pick up on elements outside the direct target X. It depends on the viewer. I tend to view naturally very narrowly, pinpointing the target. Others, view widely. A viewer can adjust that with practice. Hope that helps. Alex


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