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Post Dizzy and nauseous after a session
Hi, I have more frequently become dizzy and nauseous after a rv session and also a little drained of energy, has this happended to anyone here?

Could it be because of the following:

Not writing my name, date and time on paper.
Closing and opening my eyes during a session ( yes I know Ed said not to do that, just felt I got better contact when doing that )

/Challe

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Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:10 am
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Post Re: Dizzy and nauseous after a session
"...felt better contact..."

How about a swift kick in the ass -- that's what you need re. 'contact.' Target contact is via your higher mind. There can be no Matrix vector space target pattern contact as long as your fucking lower mind ego, thoughts, fears, desires and frustrations are in the way! The signal to noise ratio of all that s*** squelches the subtle unconscious target connection.

Follow the d*** LearnRV instructions, or quit now and give the LearnRV DVDs to your neighbor's kids. After they learn the basics, ask them to tutor you.

Nobody here, especially me, is going to baby you. Technical Remote Viewing is not some 'new age' s*** -- it is a disciplined mind skill. My job as a teacher is to make sure that my students master it.

Personal lesson #1 just for you: The next time that you execute a TRV training session and happen to close your eyes, EVEN FOR A MOMENT - BAM! THERE WILL BE ME -- MAJOR DOOM -- POISED TO SWING A WAKING NIGHTMARE THOR AXE OVER YOUR GODDAMN NECK!

Never close your eyes whilst engaging in a RV session -- it invites imagination. Got it, Challe77?

Now get back to work -- my patience has its limits.

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Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:51 am
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Post Re: Dizzy and nauseous after a session
ok, thanks for the kick, really.

I did a session today shortly after I sent the message ( no eyes closed ) and I feel fine, so no more improvisation from me. I was a little worried that I had some physical problem that would interfere with my learning.

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Tue Apr 16, 2019 8:18 am
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Post Re: Dizzy and nauseous after a session
Super. Good news.

Ed

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