Thank you :)
I deeply appreciate that you answer me personally. Very unexpected.
Btw I wish to congratulate you for the course. It's crystal clear, and with sufficient details.
Also loved your book "remote viewing, the science and theory of nonphysical perceptions". It really enlighten me about the process and it's limitations.
Returning to the question. Guess I need to be more precise. Is there a "preferred way" or syntax to write the task? Like some adding adjectives, constrains ect. that would enhance targeting clarity. Ok you may say to add whatever I want to describe what is to see, but it's not what I mean. I'm looking for the optimal order of elements, "trigger words" in the cue to express it to the subspace mind.
I see in Prometheus protocols that you use the following syntax: target/time. Is there a reason to put it in this order? May seems trivial, maybe not.
Is the intent of the tasker as important as what he writes? You've opened quite a door with telepathic connection in between viewer and analyst, so why not with the tasker/subspace mind? Basically we don't know precisely how the subspace mind access the cue (please correct me if I'm wrong).
From your colleague Daz Smith, I see that he's using as examples: "optimum time and position", "only', as constrains in cues. Are those really making a difference? Those represents the kind of examples that ring a bell to me.
Maybe there is no specific rules or "best practices" and I'm looking for the black bug, and that only clarity is important. Still wanted to know if someone explored this avenue in depth. Hope I've been able to give you a clear picture of what I'm trying to investigate.
Thank you very much for your time and wishing you a good one :)