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I have to pinch my arm several times a day, to remind myself that I am not sleeping (nor dreaming)
During my time in Hawaii, Kona I met so many amazing people, but even more amazing dolphins, whales and turtle. Snorkelling together with them on their own terms were as it should be, always.
We were early down in the water and when they approached us we didn’t try to touch them. With big respect we entered their “home”.
During my meditations every day, it is fantastic feeling to bring back the memories from my swimming in the incredible Pacific Ocean.
I feel so blessed.
Thank you Mia.
How do you describe with words the beauty here on Hawaii?
We are now in our house, 12 persons together, finding different goals and dreams on our journey of life. Our house is only two minutes walk from our house. Today, a mother whale with her calf, came into the bay. Mother whale was swimming under her calf helping her baby up to get air. It was amazing!
The birds are colourful, singing outside my window, and I can even hear the waves. Its a respectful sound.
Today was the wind rough, –the surfers loved it though–Many went snorkling, however I stayed and watched from the cliffs. As a beginner, I didn’t want to get scared and ruined my days I have here. A whole group of dolphins came in and they were very playful. Even making spins up in the air. They played with leaves, and having fun. It was incredible to watch even from were I stood. I became so happy to see them in their right environment, and not closed in.
Later on drove we to the beach area where you can walk in (not jumping like from cliffs) –however, the waves were still strong and high. With help, I was being taught how to read waves, and after some tries I went in. Waves are astonishing!
In the beginning, I was being washed up on the beach, like a plastic bag.
On our way home we stopped for smoothies — that smoothie was the most incradable one I ever had in my whole life.
During the afternoon, we had different kind of meditations. Later, I walked down to the beach sitting alone by the ocean together with my experiences today. I can only say, impeccable!
Its Divine Grace. I am humbled speachless.
My dreams are blossoming,
Mahalo (Thank you)
Sometimes we don’t understand how Universe are collecting our dreams, and Universe is like a Santa workshop; categorising our wishes with a delivery date to us when we are ready.
One of mine would be delivered 20 years later, and looking back ….life knows when you everything is ready.
Right now am I on one of the islands Kona, down in Hawaii. I cannot really still understand that I am actually here, sitting at Starbucks drinking my coffee.
The trip was long but very exiting. At Stuttgart (Germany) airport 04.00 in the morning flying off to Amsterdam (Holland)
On the long flight, I met a wonderful spiritual person (that I now can call friend (and I will tell you more about our fantastic conversation ) going from Amsterdam to Los Angeles. 11 hours flight!
KLM airplane was one of the little older designs, but the crew were fantastic.
Amazingly, on the plane we also had the best company, 12 horses from Holland that were traveling to LA, and then end destination Texas. I was invited back to meet the horses and they were more calm flying than me.
Friesian horses from Netherlands.
I was being told by the handler that this breed (from northern Netherlands, Holland) are very famous, and attractive since their bone structure are different and very strong. Up north (Netherlands) there are so much minerals in the ground, it makes the best mineral grass for the horses to eat.
My journey has just begun, and I am so exited to explore Kona and myself. Fighting jet lag, but God Bless coffee right now combined with Sweet Greens and Lemon juice.
See you in again in a little bit. Need to take a nap.
By the way, maybe I should now change my signum from “That’s Amore” to “That’s Aloha!”