FP170722 2022-07-17 Canyoneering (A person climbing a rock wall) Location: Arches National Park, Utah Photo Credit: IRVA member Focal Point Target submission 15 Comments Jon on 2022-07-31 at 7:12 pm ah complete miss. Not even going to upload. Log in to Reply email@example.com on 2022-08-01 at 9:59 am Last night I did a CRV session on these coordinates and got: a structure, a lifeform, repeating patterns on a wall, a platform, and some kind of competition. The overall theme I found was communication. I thought this was a miss until I understood that “Good communication is the foundation of all climbing”. So it wasn’t a total miss for me. Log in to Reply Phaddadi on 2022-08-03 at 5:03 am Some similar points with the FP Moving Sliding outside The sounds which came up, linked to the feet on the rock, and the sliding of the cord humid Mixed textures mi-cold , mi-hot levitating strong metallic, plastic opened, air, windy …. some less, and I will not focus on, just to keep focus on what is good and allow to reinforce the hits points. Best Patricia H IRVA_FP170722_PatriciaH Log in to Reply harris43 on 2022-08-03 at 2:05 pm I took about 2 minutes with this target. I should have put more effort into it. I got the repeating patterns on the cave wall in the background. Log in to Reply McKcNYC on 2022-08-03 at 4:35 pm I had a mix of hits and misses. I had a similar shape for the ideogram, a natural landscape and I did feel hard stone, but also plunging vertical water. I imagined leaping off the left hand side and plunging deep into water, it felt dramatic and like something I would be scared to do. I also felt it was very very hard at the bottom. I AOL’ed (new to this, I think this correct) cliff jumpers, a fiord, the Grand Canyon and a calving glacier. I also felt the right side was “sticky” to the touch. I may have picked up on the swirling on the rocks and noted “psychedelic.” Log in to Reply McKcNYC on 2022-08-03 at 4:44 pm Ideogram for the above focal Log in to Reply hloahlren on 2022-08-22 at 10:12 pm I got a few things right – Cold, no smell, smooth/rounded, tall, slender, dry, airy/spacious, public, windy/outdoors, tasteless, granite/smooth stone. And a few things wrong: Metallic, gray, official, foundation, cityscape, US flags, major city. AOLs: Sculpture (it’s sculptured by nature, but not a manmade monument), Monument, and the “Washinton monument”. This is my second attempt at RV. My first trial was during the Zoom seminar on August 21, 2022: “What is remote viewing and how to do a basic RV session”. I thought I was so far off it was embarrassing, but after I had got the target reviled, I was the only one in the group that had AOL “big bird”, and “animal”. My flash sketch was a duck/penguin/kookaburra birdlike creature. My perceptions were: small, soft, bright, fuzzy, light colors, yellow/orange, table, movable, no smell, dusty, central location, room temperature, dry, 3D shape, quiet, lightweight, and handmade. The target was a metallic bookrest in the shape and color of a goldish/orange eagle. Not too bad for a first-timer! I can’t upload a picture of that session but I have written down the information here. FP170722 Log in to Reply daeugenio on 2022-10-25 at 9:11 pm My feeling was of a v shaped structure I didn’t feel what was exactly. A smell of grass and dust. And than something linke a striped pattern design 🥲 it’s my first time trying. Is it good ? Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:25 pm I am 7mo in….I realize my sketch needs work and is general not specific to target pic….idk why I got such a strong water feel accept that it used to have the sea flowing in that area. Unless there is water nearby….idk🤷🏼♀️ 95FF53B7-E295-403D-AF75-6630AFE0DFDA Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:26 pm Page 3 F7964C0B-AACB-4284-8C2C-8422773E81FB Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:26 pm Page 4 32C0AB2F-AD7E-4CBB-85A8-D588AA71BD9D Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:27 pm Page 5 302D772D-C629-4964-96F7-F38B2F2BD5FE Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:28 pm Page 6 BAA9ED4E-C275-448A-B27B-66CA6C553356 Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:28 pm Page 7 68F1EAE3-BE35-4E83-B159-BB24D0128F76 Log in to Reply ADillon on 2022-10-26 at 2:29 pm Page 8 754CC1DB-1ECC-4A14-B33E-2064018132E3 Log in to Reply Submit a Comment Click here to cancel reply.You must be logged in to post a comment.