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 Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation. 
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Post Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
If anyone other then me experienced this, I would greatly appreciate some feedback. TRN 1814/6888

When I was doing the third target on the first DVD I felt this discomfort in my head, not a pain, but a discomfort. As if its a dizzy but... disorientation... a disorientation kind of feeling. I got this while doing the roller coaster RV target from the DVD. It was not super strong, but I am sure if I let it continue it could have been a very strong form of disorientation, as if I was free falling in my own head.

Am I doing something wrong? It was as if I had felt the disorientation from the ride in my head.

Anyhow... taking the 15 minute break, and I will continue the studies.

Also, I had not felt this kind of disorientation of that kind in a very long time.

Please advise me as to what I am doing wrong.

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Thu Dec 11, 2008 6:41 am
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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
You might want to do a search on the forum here for by-location or by-locating. That would probably help you out the most. It's a sense of actually being at the site you're viewing, in your case, it felt like you were riding on the roller coaster (try not to 'erp' when this happens). Others here have experienced this and occassionally use it in their sessions. It's something that can be learned but it's not taught as part of remote viewing.

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Thu Dec 11, 2008 1:48 pm
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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
So that is to be expected on some targets?

Well, at least I know.

Thank you for providing help.


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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Its called bi-location and should be declared, followed by a break. It can ruin sessions by affecting you like AOL-drives.

People sometimes confuse bi-location with probing.

A good article about probing by Ingo Swann:
http://www.biomindsuperpowers.com/Pages ... ryCh8.html

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
It actually sounds like a normal Aesthetic Impact that you did not properly discharge at the end of Stage 2 or during Stage 4. AI--disoriented. Underline it and drop your pen. Pick up the pen and continue when it has dissipated.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Bi. Sorry, was bi-focaling on something else. :oops:

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
The rollercoaster target? Do roller coasters make you queezy if you ride them? Sounds like you had very very good target contact and wouldn't worry about it.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
I will say it again ! :lol:

Welcome to the ride of your life !
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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
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It actually sounds like a normal Aesthetic Impact that you did not properly discharge at the end of Stage 2 or during Stage 4. AI--disoriented. Underline it and drop your pen. Pick up the pen and continue when it has dissipated.


Im kinda sorta... really really REALLY new. So.. what I did write was AOL - Pain in head... every time it came about.

I will write in the AOL for the future Disorientated, over pain in head.

As for the roller coaster disorientation thing for myself... I do not remember getting disorientated in the past when I would ride them. But... I have not been on one in over 7.. or so years.

Thank you kindly for the help. I do appreciate it, as well Ingo Swans article.


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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Not AOL. Pay attention. AI. Aesthetic Impact. As the Major says on DVD1--It's how you would feel if you were actually at the site. You're not, and you can't be, but if you were, the AI is how you would feel about it. It is not an analytical overlay.

As your contact with the site increases you will develop a sense of the aesthetic impact of the site on you. If you don't properly discharge it at the end of Stage 2, it can color the rest of your perceptions. That is why it is important to take a moment at the end of stage 2 and come up with one word that describes it.

Review DVD1.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
By the way, I think a feeling of disorientation is a good thing on that target. It's not your imagination. Good job.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Even if you had never been on a roller coaster (or aboard a Klingon warship, etc.)., your senses (ideationally and emotionally) would react according to program (i.e., human evolution).

Welcome to the world of remote viewing.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
I knew my tag would catch on, even though you have reworded it BOSS,
I still prefer mine ! :lol:

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
This is my show, d*** it! I'm supposed to be the star here -- not some Philistine 'outback' interloper.

I hate you.

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Then there's

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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
Snow wrote:
"YOUR MIND IS MINE." - DR. DOOM

Oh good. I thought I'd lost it. Turns out the Major had it all the time! :?

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Sat Dec 13, 2008 4:50 pm
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Post Re: Training CD 1, I felt some kind of disorientation.
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Not AOL. Pay attention. AI. Aesthetic Impact. As the Major says on DVD1--It's how you would feel if you were actually at the site. You're not, and you can't be, but if you were, the AI is how you would feel about it. It is not an analytical overlay.

As your contact with the site increases you will develop a sense of the aesthetic impact of the site on you. If you don't properly discharge it at the end of Stage 2, it can color the rest of your perceptions. That is why it is important to take a moment at the end of stage 2 and come up with one word that describes it.

Review DVD1.


AI.... AI ... Sorry... NOT AOL... AI. Got it.

And I will watch these DVD's over and over to make sure I get the terminology correct as well the format for the layout. Actually... I should be able to spend several hours while in Alaska going through the course material again on DVD1. Funny thing, one of the old (Over age 60) timers up there knows about RV when I mentioned it to him. I did not pry though...

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