HPS Shannon wrote:HP. Hoodedcobra666 wrote:Do not try to impose time standards on other people on what "time length" makes a better RTR as everyone has their own way of doing this either slower or faster. Some speak slower some speak faster. Others have to listen to notes or the MP3. There are many factors here.
The only general line is that it cannot normally take like 3 minutes or 2 or something.
Wasn't really imposing anything, I'm just saying, in my opinion that it doesn't seem thorough. I mean how many people here actually takes 7 mins to do 1 RTR?
How long do you take?
Hell, maybe I'll try that and see how well that works for me. Less time it takes for me to do them, the better since it appears one can do them fast and still have it effective...
The average for me is always around 15 to 17 minutes. Sometimes, it goes up to 20. Other times it may take even more with more immersion, but the average is around 17 minutes.
Sometimes it can even be made at 13 or even 12. But as one goes down, it means they are not focusing or they are very rushed. The lower time it means one is just RUSHING to do "more" or to make it "quick".
I can see how one could "make it" in 10 minutes if they just spit the words like a machine gun. Some people whoa re familliar with the words and may even kind of know it, I can see going with less time even in x200 speed mode. But this not before long may turn totally robotic.
Even this would work, but the focus factor is foiled and this affects the result. Someone doing it like super fast with zero focus and zero intention might make it in less time, but the quality suffers.
Time is not the most important factor, focus and intent is what matters. The mind has to be on the deed, so to say.