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[5501/9898] Jennifer/lost diamond wedding ring

Back from the Austin workshop;
The diamond can be replaced, but it was in her Grandmother's wedding band.
Any help is appreciated.
I am unsure how much data to give or how much you may want. Let me know, if there is a better method.


Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:11 pm
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Let's begin:

Cue is faulty.

Nothing is ever 'lost.'

You're after a specific/unique fabricated metal object.

Q: Do you happen to have a photo of the ring, either on or off your wife's finger?

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Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:38 am
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I have no picture available for the missing ring. I can sketch it, if that helps.


Mon Jul 04, 2016 10:10 pm
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Let's see if I can help. Cues have to be specific, but not "word-y." The K.I.S.S. method works well in cuing. Cuing is also the hardest thing to learn in RV, (right there with front-loaded cues), ask anyone here. You have to think it through and keep it simply.

The only assumption I'll make is that Jennifer is your wife. Kinda immaterial here. The ring was her grandmother's wedding band, given to her, which makes it an "Heirloom." Regardless as to whether the diamond was designed with it or added later, it has a diamond. It's lost and you want to know where, exactly, it is. Also, "lost" or "missing" are immaterial, don't use them in this particular type cue, nothing is ever lost, we just can't put our hands on things when we want to sometimes.

Anyway, obviously all the above is pretty "wordy" so we can't really use all that as a cue, right? Simplify it to....

Jennifer's heirloom diamond wedding ring/ present pin-point location

And unless Jennifer has more than one heirloom wedding ring you don't really need the diamond in the cue. The Matrix knows what you're looking for, you just need to be specific enough.

Keep us posted
P.S.: you'll need to change your TRN.

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That's not so 'KISS,' Snow.

Q: How many wedding rings?

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Definition, or Cue? One, as far as I can tell from the data provided so far. If that's her only wedding ring, yep, cue can become "Jennifer's wedding ring/______."

Gladly accepting "Tweaking Lashes."

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Two rings, one missing.

I will repost TRN.

Does this language work: [nnnn/nnnn] Jennifer's heirloom wedding ring/present location

Do I need "pin-point" or another qualifier in there?

I understand K.I.S.S., but learning specificity/simplicity


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That cue should do it.

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[6269/3348] Jennifer's heirloom wedding ring/present location

Thank you for all the help.


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Here is a sketch of the missing ring.

Thanks in advance for any assistance.

Dmyres


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did you find it?? could you post the session summary thanks

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