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We’ve been heart and soul enjoying our vacation time away on the coast, connecting with the Pacific Ocean. The energy has been so nurturing and magickal, beginning with our first stop in Cambria’s Faery gardens and Moonstone Beach, descending into Pismo Beach’s oceanic adventures, and now concluding the next few days in our old home of Orange County’s coastal cities, to come full circle with time at our favorite place here of manifestation – Crystal Cove.

If you’re on Instagram you’ll have a chance to see all the beauty and enchantment, as I’ve posted shares along the way including all of the incredible time with the ocean’s wildlife. I’ve found it particularly synchronous that I’m reading and reviewing a romance novel set in Atlantis, as I’ve been fully surrounded by cetacean friends and more. Dolphins and whales danced in the waves under the cliffs we stayed, seeming to follow us, and showing up several times each -the whales in very large pods sending me messages and invitations.

I also found this gift from the merpeople, on the beach at water’s edge the very first day upon arriving in Pismo, which you see pictured in the palm of my hand. A tiny Orca whale – these whales have visited me in dreams before and were actually the messengers bringing me Cosmo’s name – my special needs bunny who has since returned to the stars, himself.

I shared this on Instagram and Facebook, but the whales have been lingering with me and I felt to share what came through as inspiration and message, here.

 

From the stars their liquid minds converge with mine.

I can hear their songs inside my heart.

Their enormity envelops me like a nebula bursting with interstellar brilliance and yet their deep and elusive howls, although eerie like the planets themselves, are light and ethereal like a feather floating at my center.

Like whistling helium their spouts blow cosmic essence into the atmosphere, infusing harmony for all to breathe.

As I feel each silky mass move with grace through the space between worlds, I hear them whisper, “come back to us.”

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