Truth Will Set You Free
When I say I aimed wrong, I mean that I aimed to hit the wrong spot that I chose on the object ball. Usually when applying a lot of english and with a significant cut. With no english at all, finding the correct contact point is routine. But with most run outs, you'll usually have at least 1 or 2 shots where you need to apply quite a bit of english. Sometimes a lot of inside english. In those cases and especially for longer shots, after I miss I realize that I simply aimed at the wrong spot on the object ball. I know this because the cue ball contacts the object ball exactly where I was aiming, but I missed anyways.great advice-
when you say you miss due to "aiming wrong"
is that before you get down on the shot?
aiming wrong on the cb when you are down?
EDIT: To fully answer your question. I align my body when above the shot. But I aim when down on the shot. See link below for the aiming system that I developed using two contact points on your grip hand and the contact point on the object ball: