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Author:  felixrv [ Wed Jan 21, 2009 6:06 pm ]
Post subject:  asking correct questions

This bit really bugs me. Thet subconsious can collect a question from a random set of coordinates yet people say ur cue has to be spot on.

hmmm, that really doesnt match up in my opinion.
if ur unconsious already knows what the coordinates represent why would it make a difference on the cue.ur unconsious would already know what question u want the answer for irrespective of what u say u want.

i think people have poor technique and blame it on the cue.

My thinking the biggest problem is that people are unwilling to experiment with ideas, so many peoples idea of logic is based on someone elses perception(which could of been wrong or incomplete).
They practice incorrectly and then wonder why it doesnt work because the guru passed down bad practice.

Author:  Paul Smith [ Wed Apr 29, 2009 4:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: asking correct questions

Hi, FelixRV -- what's happening when the subconscious picks up a tasking from a random set of coordinates (are you talking about remote viewing here?) is that the coordinates are intentionally linked to the tasker's intent which, when properly done, is a very specific statement. Even when it isn't, the intent is usually locked pretty firmly in the tasker's mind. So the subconscious is not really "getting the question" from the numbers themselves -- just that the numbers _and_ the question/tasking statement are linked to the same intentional source -- the tasker!

In dowsing, however, the tasker is YOU! (In most cases anyway.) So you have to formulate the tasker's intent, and there is no need to use an arbitrary coordinate to link it to. (Hope I've explained this in a way that is clear enough to make sense, LOL).


Author:  Haridas [ Wed Apr 29, 2009 9:45 am ]
Post subject:  Re: asking correct questions

There is one old proverb for dowsing I read:
Learning how to dowse takes 20 minutes, learing how to ask correct questions takes 20 years.

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