This was not more effective than would otherwise be the case where she was in the background as one of a group being served with the healing. The uniqueness of her experience was simply her extra curiosity about what she might perceive and, as she was the primary target, all of the feedback pertained to her and her desire to perceive what was happening with the requests allowed her to experience things a bit more intensely because they are not diluted being divided among a group, some of which might have a particular phenomenon to a significant degree and others not, which would lessen the perception of need and the intensity of the healing carried out for a particular step. Despite the assumed clear wording of the Protocol, people will view their role in it and what to expect with somewhat different lenses and this can create some variety of the experiencing. This is perfectly fine because the main objective will still be served, to have the broad series of healing steps applied to all deemed as recipients—that is the most important goal and will always be honored. What the practitioner experiences is secondary to the healing work being carried out.