THE MAKING OF RIBBON CANDY
The feedback for this target is in video format
The process of making ribbon candy
This is the first target in this series where you are expected to describe parts or all of a process, instead of a location, event, etc. For some, that may be daunting. But no fear --- just like all the other targets in this series, what is expected of you is according to your personal training and experience in remote viewing.
IF YOU HAVE NO TRAINING OR EXPERIENCE, you should simply compare your DESCRIPTIVE words (such as the smells, tastes, temperature, colors, etc.) that you got to the things seen in the feedback. You can basically ignore whatever nouns you got. For example, if you said that the site was, say, --- a playground---, but got sweet smells, heat ---from the sun---, etc., pay attention to the descriptions, and not the identificaions. Identifying nouns are normally the most erroneous problems for beginning viewers. The fact is that a beginner will normally get the correct descriptions of the target, but then identify them wrong.
Although you may have been attracted to different parts of the process that interest you personally, most beginning viewers will be attracted to one or more of these parts of the process:
Pulling the candy
Making the stripes
Stretching out the ribbon
Twisting the coils
IF YOU HAVE TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE IN REMOTE VIEWING, you hopefully found a way to follow the assigned process from beginning to end, either by using "move commands" in time, or by the use of "timelines". Unless you are advanced in your training and experience, you will probably not have described the whole process. You will naturally have been attracted to specific parts and not others, so you should score your work according to the correctness of those parts you described.
If you got impressions for which this feedback is insufficient, more videos of candy making information can be seen here .