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 Digging for specificity in RV results 
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Greeting folks,

I’ve been working on my OHT and my results indicate some sort of pill or tablet. But I can’t figure out exactly what it is.

I’ve noticed this in RV for quite sometime: high level details are often excellent, accurate, and useful; but specificity is very difficult and time consuming to dig for. I’m aware of all the higher level prompts and follow-on procedure, including Stage 7 – verbals, relationships, etc.

This may just be the nature of how things are in RV, simply requiring patience and persistence with follow-ons.

Can anyone shed some light on how they dig for specificity most efficiently?

Nobodysfuel


Thu Jul 28, 2016 3:07 pm
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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
Yes -- work

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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
The purpose of [1] SBP

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Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:31 am
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Thank you, Major. That's exactly the kind of thing I was looking for. Your advice is always put to good use, btw.

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Fri Jul 29, 2016 1:54 pm
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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
Two things to remember re. this high-level prompt:

1. It will take you to an entirely new site.

2. If you choose to continue the original session, rather than begin a new one with a new cue and TRNs, you must use subscripts for the resulting key site aspects. Otherwise, you will end up with multiple [X] [A] etc. labels, and the follow-on work will be a disaster.

{This prompt paid off very well in one case that I was working: a woman was experiencing increasingly serious medical problems. Neither she nor her physicians could determine what was wrong. My OHT for her ended up describing a flattened container filled with small pills. I asked her what medicine she was taking, and her reply was 'none.' The above-mentioned prompt (first iteration) resulted in a S.T. of simply a clock -- then I got it: birth control pills. The company that made the particular ones she was taking had a note (in very, very small fine print) about possible side effects, to wit, "... including a .0003% possibility of death." Leslie ceased taking the pills. She recovered almost immediately -- and, much to her husband's chagrin, became pregnant shortly afterwards.}

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Fri Jul 29, 2016 4:34 pm
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Funny story :)

Copy that Major - purpose is a new animal requiring an original S3 Freehand sketch.

For those following this conversation, another wise RVer suggested running multiple base sessions on the same topic - detail will become more specific and aggregate. I don't know how many base sessions is too many, but info may eventually begin to repeat once that threshold is reached. (I can't confirm that it repeats - I'm just guessing).

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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
Personally speaking, I always run back-to-back 'base' TRV sessions. I do not subject the work to analysis until after completion of the second session.

Example: Egypt Air Flt 990 crash/cause (executed per Art Bell's request; reported on C2C)

Session one > altercation ('fisticuffs') in the cabin

Session two > altercation (again) + 'among uniformed crew members' + 'winner's dive into the sea'

I would advise against more than two base sessions, especially if you are not a pro. Contamination.

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Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:43 pm
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Major, I live hearing and reading of your RV adventures. In Philadelphia I mentioned to you about having a fireside chat just for remote viewers that know the basics, any plans for one?

sorry about the thread hijack, Nobodysfuel


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You're talking about an RV capstone 'coven-cum-love-in'

DaingMaing is always complaining about location. If I agree to do it, let's first weigh in on his site choice re. a prospective venue.

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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
I'm pretty sure he wants to have it in Toronto, or withing a few hours drive of the border ;)


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If I am lucky, I will die in Winnipeg.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_fNGa26hig

On the other hand...

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=bac ... &FORM=VIRE

Heading 'back to the USSR' again, next month.

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Post Re: Digging for specificity in RV results
Ed Dames wrote:
DaingMaing is always complaining about location. If I agree to do it, let's first weigh in on his site choice re. a prospective venue.


I've since relocated to sanctuary, and living in the mid-west is no longer an issue(although it is nice to know that the squeaky wheel caught someone's ear). Phoenix, Flagstaff, Sante Fe, Albuquerque, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne, Grand Junction, Colorado Springs or Denver/Inter-mountain west are best, but Vegas and Reno are more than accessible/close enough to drive. Oct/Nov 2016 would be best for me in Ed's time frame: if not, the following spring would be next.

If no group capstone, I will be looking for personal, 1 on 1 capstone with Ed come April/May 2017 if available. It is long over due for this viewer...

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