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For the first target I recommend using the method which follows. For the rest feel free to experiment but I still recommend using the protocol. DO
NOT read what others have posted until you have done your sessions and don’t go back and try to redo a session. I will give feedback to your
Find a place that is really boring…No clutter, little to no color, no window, no noise…basically nothing that can provide your sense of vision,
hearing, taste, touch…with any data. You want to only have data flowing in that is target related. Do your best to accomplish this as it will only
add to the quality of your session.
Take a decent amount of time to cool off before you begin. Clear your mind of thought and just relax as much as you can. Most people meditate but
you can also listen to meditation music or anything that will let your brain calm down and begin to enter and alpha state. This can be 5 minutes to
half an hour. When you are very calm and relaxed begin your session.
Write the target number on a blank piece of paper. You should hold in your mind the intent to receive only data into your perception that is related
to the target. Imagine that all other images not related to the target flow away from you and those images related to the target seem to linger in
your mind. Hold this thought for a moment and then begin. You should now be getting some type of impression of the target. It will very likely be
vague and dreamy. DO NOT try and guess what the target is at ANY time. Your intention here is simply to DESCRIBE the impressions you get.
Ask yourself these questions and immediately write down the first impression you get.
Does the target feel large or small? I will now perceive the general feel for the size of the target relative to myself.
Does the target have a shape to it? I will now perceive a general shape of the target. (write down all the data you get about the shape and even
sketch the pieces/images out).
Does the target have a texture to it? I will now perceive any texture the target has. (write down the texture data).
Does the target have a taste to it? I will now perceive what the target may taste like.
Does the target have any color to it? I will now perceive any colors related to the target.
Is there anything happening at the target that is interesting? I will now perceive anything happening of interest.
Now that you have some ‘lock’ on the target data you can move to more complex questions.
If I were shown a picture of the target on a computer screen what would the general outline be? I will now perceive and be able to draw the general
outline. (Don’t guess the target, just make an outline).
Then keep writing/drawing impressions until you are done. If you should guess or interpret something definitely write it down in the upper right hand
portion of the paper and then move on and don’t let that image impact the small data sets you are trying to get.
You will likely get many impressions that are incorrect mixed in with correct impressions. This is perfectly fine. Even the best, most experienced,
and highly trained RVers have erroneous data mixed in. There is no perfect session. The real goal is to have enough correct hits in your data so
that a 3rd party can look at a couple pictures (targets) and be able to tell which one you were attempting to describe. That’s it. These are the
basics. Happy hunting. Feel free to discuss the thread and certainly make an attempt at a target.