studentname = ""; $this->password = ""; $this->player = ""; $this->speed = ""; $this->mspeed = ""; } } function getStudentID($username, $pass) { $myDB = new mysqlDB; $myDB->Connect("trvuniversity"); $myDB->Query("SELECT studentID FROM login WHERE username = '$username' AND password = '$pass'"); $row = $myDB->GetRow(); return $row["studentID"]; } } class TRVU_Assignment { var $status; var $hits; var $attempts; } $userdata = unserialize(urldecode($_COOKIE["trvudata"])); if ($userdata->studentname == "") {$error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). "; include("/usr/sites/"); exit(0);} $myDB = new mysqlDB; $myDB->Connect("trvuniversity"); $studentID = getStudentID($userdata->studentname, $userdata->password); //1. are they enrolled in this course, and are they ok to view it? $myDB->Query("SELECT status, cstatus, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(enrolldate) AS enrolldate, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(expirydate) AS expirydate, UNIX_TIMESTAMP(completed) AS completed FROM training WHERE studentID = $studentID AND courseID = 1"); $row = $myDB->GetRow(); switch ($row["status"]) { case 0: switch ($row["cstatus"]) { case 0: break; //OK case 1: break; //course completed case 2: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Course Dropped"; break; case 3: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Unknown"; break; case 4: break; //trial user (OK for week 1) } break; case 1: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Authorization Needed"; break; // case 2: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Course Expired"; break; case 3: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Administrative Hold"; break; case 4: $error = "You are not authorized to view this page (TRV 101). Error: Usage Exceeded"; break; } if ($error != "") {include("/usr/sites/"); exit(0);} ?> Technical Remote Viewing University: Remote Viewing Training Online
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TRV 101: Frequently Asked Questions - Stage 1
TRV 101: Frequently Asked Questions - Stage 1

   Q: If I do a session with movements like "From the winner of the Target race SSBP" and "From the Most unique aspect of the winning horse SSB Visible" in a given 45 minute session, what should I explore next? Can I do or explore the targets like normal or should I look for something else? (I.e. Aspect A, B , C. Or can I do 2 more different movements? I know you said don't do an Idea Template.)

A: The movements which you describe above should be performed AFTER the Idea template, either as advanced movements in the same session or as a separate session.

   Q: These movements are confusing to me. When you do, "From the winner of the Target race SSBP" would you be getting data from what the winner is seeing, i.e., the crowd? And then if you do, "from the most unique aspect of the winning horse, SSB Visible" , and say, the most unique aspect is a spot on the horses flank, would you be perceiving the spot, or what's out there from the spot of the flank, i.e., the crowd? I've always been a cue moron, any help would be appreciated.

A: Unconscious is much smarter than us. It tends to divvy up the most obvious signs so that you can distinguish the target. You never know in advance what that distinguishable element will be.

   It doesn't hurt to try different movements in order to get closer and investigate the target to gather additional data. However, it is important to put some thought into your movements, For example, a common mistake that people make when they begin getting creative with movements is "Fifty feet west of the target something should be perceivable" - that will put you at 50 feet WEST of the target! It's important to add the "From fifty feet west of the target SSBP" Get it?

   Q: Prior to performing a movement exercise is it acceptable to perform either a (P)erceivable or (V)isible movement? If it were, would this occur at the pre-conscious processing level?

A: Do not employ the prompt "visible" unless you are dealing with target geometries or site overviews. (Thus, 'visible' would never be invoked in an initial problem solving session). TRV terms are interpreted literally so, for example, if your (blind or front-loaded) target happened to be the internal structure of some particular amorphous and/or crystalline matrix/composite material, what in the heck would be 'visible?' Perceivable is the better (i.e., safe) unconscious prompt. Vision is only one part of human perception.

   P.S. -- We'll discuss 'preconscious processing' in Stage 5.

   Q: I use the movement "from the top of the target, ssbp" but my perspective in s3 drawings is not an overhead view. It usually ends up being an elevated view. Is this a problem? I used to paint landscapes regularly and this was the preferred perspective for my work. Could this be why I don't get an overhead view?

   My sketches of objects end up as isometric views. The only reason I can see this to be a problem would be if I needed an overhead/plan view for data collection. Would the matrix automatically know this would be what I needed and provide it? Is the matrix taking advantage of my abilities and using it to provide an isometric view of the target?

A: During TRV, your personal unconscious works in concert with the collective (Matrix). As long as your conscious awareness is attending to proper TRV structure, the target/problem attack schema will be optimized, availing itself of all the tools at its disposal, i.e., the individual viewer's memories/skills. Stay out of the way of this process.

   You should look forward to practicing target geometry sessions, where your art training will really serve you well.

   Q: What happens if you label one aspect as X when it is actually A for example? When you do the movement "from the top of the TARGET..:" will you TRV the actual target aspect or the one you labeled as such?

   I ask this because sometimes it happens that when performing movements on A, B, etc... the data I get from A seems to belong to B and vice-versa. I wonder why?

A: Yes, when that happens it's usually because you have mislabeled the target and/or aspects. It works itself out as you continue to make movements. By the way, that is why the first movement should be "from the top of the target" and not "from the top of X"

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