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 Binary ARV Targets Brainstorm 
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Post Binary ARV Targets Brainstorm
Hi Folks,

I'm sure everyone here has already or is preparing their binary target pairs. Seems we may as well benefit from each others work. I'll post some of mine. Please post some of yours.

Those that are experienced with this I would appreciate your feedback on the target pairs.

My wish list in choosing ARV pairs:

1) Must NOT be boring. To prevent burnout each target must be interesting. No pictures of fruit baskets or cows in fields. Each target must have rich enough data that if you choose you could continue through the complete protocol if you choose to.

2) Must have strong UNIQUE gestalts and geometry. Gestalts and geometry unique enough that they would be unmistakable if they show up in the session.

3) Must have strong emotions.

4) Must have maximum polarity possible: ie: man-made vs. natural, dynamic vs. static, land vs. water, peaceful vs. chaotic, load vs. calm, inside vs. outside.

Here's a few target pair ideas:

Tiananmen Square
http://www.joeydevilla.com/wordpress/wp ... -tanks.jpg
Vs.
"big wave surfing" event
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2vkwy2vdP4


millennium celebration / Paris / Eiffel Tower
http://www.talkingtree.com/gallery/belg ... r_2000.jpg
Vs.
Cave Exploration
http://www.hakatours.com/images/AD68_WEB_LOW_RES.jpg
Or
http://science.nationalgeographic.com/s ... 196-sw.jpg


2002 Olympic Torch Lighting Ceremony
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... _flame.jpg
Vs.
Mt. St. Helens eruption event
http://www.foxnews.com/images/139437/1_ ... helens.jpg


Angel Falls Base Jump
http://www.crocodiletours.com/imgs/adren.jpg
Vs.
Monks chanting
http://www.tktravel.co.uk/media/PICT0089.jpg


Whale breaching event
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/s ... aching.jpg
vs.
JFK speech event
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... iner_1.jpg


Yellowstone Park Fire
http://www.met.utah.edu/jimsteen/ams/qu ... ics/q6.gif
Vs.
The Pentagon
http://astro.u-szeged.hu/szakdolg/vegia ... ntagon.jpg


Moon landing event
http://blogs.ancestry.com/circle/wp-con ... anding.jpg
vs.
??

Nuclear test event
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... t_1962.jpg
Vs.
??


Hubble space walk
http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/857334.j ... B75F48EF45
vs.
??

Challenger explosion
http://sciencepolicy.colorado.edu/prome ... losion.jpg
vs.
??


Please add your input / ideas.


Mon Aug 04, 2008 9:50 am
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Post Re: Binary ARV Targets Brainstorm
I have found that it is a good idea to make sure that the images are of archetypically distinct scenes. There isn't anything wrong with having an image of a fruit bowl as far as I have found. As an example: if one image has a lifeform in motion then the other image should not have a lifeform and should have no motion. If one image is of man-made structures then the other image should have no man-made structures.

Experience has a lot to do with being "on" target in HARV though. If the unconscious is "bouncing" around the site still, due to loss of focus/attention (which is usually from inexperience), then the viewer will just need to practice more regular TRV sessions to get consistent. IMHO. Just like the DVD states the viewer NEEDS to have strong "intermediate to advance" skills.

Also a good place to get images that are PURE (i.e. not manipulated electronically) is: http://www.nationalgeogrpahic.com

They have a photos section that is a veritable cornucopia of target reference material. I use it exclusively.... downloaded over 250 images and made 120 binary target sets from them.

Just my .03 cents,

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Mon Aug 04, 2008 5:55 pm
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Post Re: Binary ARV Targets Brainstorm
I agree with both of you.

Yes it is imperitive to have diametrically opposed target pairs.
Yes, I also agree that one should have a L/F and the other should not
Yes, your unconscious will get bored with doing repetitive targets.
Yes, National Geographic is an awesome source for targets.

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Post Re: Binary ARV Targets Brainstorm
The targets should be totally different from each other since you're not going to a full site template. This of course makes it easier in analysis to determine which target is the correct association.

But please keep this in mind when you create your target sets ...

Each RVer has skills and unique abilities based on their personalities which permit them to more clearly identify different types of percepts better than others. Step back and look at all the RV sessions you've done in the past and determine what percepts you perceive more quickly and easily than all others - and then base your targets sets on a unique differentiation of this type of percept.

For example: I personally lock onto EI's very quickly and can identify them quite accurately. So, knowing that, if two targets that I'm pairing both have life forms and structures I'll still go ahead and pair them even if the archetypes of each is similar if they would have dramatically different EI's associated with them. In that case it would be extremely easy for me to separate the correct association.

If you can see, based on your many past RV sessions, if you excel in a certain type of percept (or geometry or motion or emotions), then incorporate those different percepts into your pairing selection and you'll be able to analyze your session easier.


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