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Post RV Bootcamp 8435_6596 - take a peek
I was happy with my results overall. I don't think the aspects were scaled correctly in my S.T., but they are there. comments welcome.
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Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:42 pm
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Post Re: RV Bootcamp 8435_6596 - take a peek
Remove the heading "S2" from above the S4 sensory descriptor words on the ST.
-No S2 descriptor words in the ST, period.

The sensory descriptors that you placed on the ST are S4 sensory descriptor words, not S2 descriptor words. There is a big difference between them.

The S4 sensory descriptor words do not need a heading like "T" for tangibles, or "I" for intangibles. Just write the descriptor word next to the sketched dimension shape in the ST that they belong next to.

There's more to address, but nice S3[X] dimension sketch!

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Yeah, the S3 [X] drawing made my night! hee hee
No T and I or S2 labels, got it. No S2 data in ST, just S4 descriptors, got it.
There probably is more to address, we'll see if I can iron it out after more practice. If not, I supposes it will all get addressed as needed. Thanks!


Thu Mar 22, 2012 12:23 am
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No T and I or S2 labels

Place "T", and "I" labels on the ST.

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yes, i realize that now. i heard you wrong. :oops:


Thu Mar 22, 2012 10:11 am
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Post Re: RV Bootcamp 8435_6596 - take a peek
The ST was put together wrong, which I'm sure you realized immediately after receiving feedback. Other than that, pretty good job!

You seem to be getting a lot of AOLs in S4, which may mean you're going too slow.

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Yes, rvrobot. My unconscious clearly has not yet learned to accurately scale/place the aspects, but it has to get better w/ practice.

About the S4 AOLs, whether or not I am going to slow or fast is something I am still working out. When I started doing this, right away I realized I can usually fly through a session at the speed of light. However it was such a chore that I found it hard to conitnue practicing. You can see it in some of my sessions posted back in 2006. When I restarted training a few weeks ago, I was still going very fast. I decided to slow down a few microsceconds, mainly every instant the pen touches the paper (in S2/S4).
I know this is not recommended, but I think it is really helping me. At least it is helping me (At this point) to continue practicing. When you just saw me putting more Aols than usual in this S4... I was getting brief picture-like impressions and I was afraid they were mostly AOL, I AOL'd them immediatly before I had a chance to dwell on them even more. This is hard to explain but it feels as if sometimes the matrix is dumping the info too me like a faucet turned on full blast, and I can "feel" my brain trying to make sense of it and struggling against my unconscious. I think I just didn't trust the impressions. I guess time/practice will work it out. This particular issue might better be worked out in one-on-one training, which I will be getting soon anyway.


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Absolutely, 1x1 training will allow you to control the flow of data and correct any pace issues.

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