Yesterday I had an interesting conversation with a friend who was telling me excitedly of his experience earlier this year.
He was sitting on a rock here on the beach, enjoying the sun in early May, when he noticed a dolphin frolicking close to the rocks.
It took quite some time and my friend got all excited and happy to see the dolphin playing in the sea in front of him. He took it to be a very lucky sign.
When he was finished telling the story, I of course asked him: “So, did you talk to that dolphin?”
My friend looked at me a bit confused and said: “What do you mean?”. I repeated the question. He was still unsure of what I meant, but in the end said no. He did not talk to the dolphin that day.
How could he? Everybody knows you cannot talk to dolphins. Or animals.
It is common knowledge, right?
Or is it?
Well, it depends entirely on the frame of your mind and your belief systems.
If you are like me, communicating with animals is the most natural thing in the world.
A bit different than with humans, but the principle is pretty much the same. Often, much easier than with humans, because animals don´t have a strong ego consciousness and fixed belief system. They just are. So, basically, you find their resonant frequency, log into it telepathically, and exchange information with them.
Then I told him about my experience last summer in Iceland, where I had a fantastic conversation with a very interesting lady during a boat ride. The only unusual detail was that the lady was… a humpback whale.
This “conversation” happened during a whale-watching tour my friend Sophiah and I embarked on during our stay in Northwest Iceland. A remarkable experience.
The weather was pretty bad that day – not unusual for that area – with strong winds and rough seas, even though the whale-watching boat was sailing inside a fjord.
The boat was loaded with tourists armed with cameras of all kinds, hoping to catch a glimpse of the creature.
The tourist guide on the boat, a marine biologist, was genuinely enthusiastic, providing us with general information about whales and directing our attention to places in the sea where a whale could appear at any moment.
And suddenly, there she was. A large humpback whale lady
15 degrees to the right. Swimming pretty nonchalantly close by, but keeping her distance from the boat.
Our guide explained triumphantly that it was a female, probably looking for food, since these fjords are known as places where whales come to feed in the summer.
Everybody on the boat went amok with cameras, filming as quickly as they could. I tried to make a few shots with my phone, but not very successfully, so I quickly got bored with trying to film.
And then a thought occurred to me: none of us here on this boat are really, truly present.
We are all blindly trying to film the animal, being caught up in our mental layer. Instead of being present with her and making contact. Nobody here is talking to her.
So I did I tuned into her frequency, and when I “found” her, I felt there was contact. She could feel me but wasn´t showing much interest to start with.
The first impressions I got from her were pictures of plankton and the flow of waves around her body as she searched for food in the shallow waters of the fjord.
She was basically “grazing” peacefully and showing me what she had for lunch!
(- Hi dear, how are you doing? – Oh, I am just having a lunch break, if you don´t mind. Looking for some delicious food. See here, mmm, plankton! Looking good, eh?)From there the “conversation” developed in rather interesting directions.
I received pictures of her journeys towards the south and then periodically back to Icelandic fjords (“See, I go on this journey now and then but often come back here, where food is delicious. Yummy.”).
Impressions of her journeys across what must have been many, many kilometers in the Atlantic. Her body moves through the water. Meeting other whales now and then.
Then she showed me how her brain perceives the world and her surroundings. It was deeply fascinating.
I had never felt anything like that, except in deep meditation and altered states of mind, when you have an experience of oneness with everything around you. (“Hey, let me show you how I perceive reality. It´s a rather a cool way of being, don´t you think?”).
It turned out, a whale´s brain functions differently than a human´s. It perceives everything at once, timelessly, simultaneously.
Information is received from all directions (left, right, up, down, in front and behind, past, present, future) at once and processed immediately: the plankton, the boat next to her that she needs to keep a distance to, me communicating with her, other fish around her, what she needs to do next, the sky, sounds, colors, yes, everything at once.
Information is not compartmentalized, like in human brains. The hemispheres in a whale´s brain are totally synchronized in this state.
A human would have had a train of thoughts instead, in a certain order: first I need to eat the plankton, then I am going to talk to this human next to me, then this and that.
But whales perceive reality differently. They multitask. Everything happens at once and there is no hurry or sense of urgency. In a way, they feel like experienced deep meditators to me.
When you tune into a whale´s brain, you feel this incredible calm and spaciousness.
When you experience that, from a limited and agitated perspective of a human brain, you almost wish you were a whale! (“Yes, dear, everything is under control here, I see and hear everything, Don´t worry, I don´t have to hurry anywhere.
Just relaxing here and grazing my plankton. Isn´t that just perfect?”)
And last she showed me that cetaceans (whales and dolphins) originally did not develop on Earth. It was something of a shock.
I got pictures of how they were brought to Earth a very long time ago from other star systems, or dimensions. As a part of seeding the Earth with animal species.
But their species is not actually native to here. They also have a different level of consciousness compared to other mammals. This really came as a surprise, since I always considered cetaceans as sea creatures native to our planet.
This communication with the lady whale (let´s call her Rachel) took almost 30 min. I no longer remember all the details, since I entered her timeless state of mind during our little “talk”. In that state, details don´t really matter.
All the while she was floating peacefully close to our boat, while our tourist guide was wondering out loud on her microphone why this whale exhibited such unusual behavior. She told us she had never seen a whale stay quietly by the boat for such a long time. She thought that it perhaps had fallen asleep.
But for me, it was obvious: we were just having a cozy conversation over a cup of coffee… I mean… plankton. Or whatever is whale´s equivalent for coffee. Of course she wanted to hang around a bit longer!
After the last piece of information about the extraterrestrial origin of whales, I sensed that Rachel was ready to leave.
I gave her a telepathic goodbye. (Ever tried waving goodbye to a whale?) I was still amazed at the encounter and the information exchange. She bashed her tail on the surface and disappeared into the waters of the fjord. Wow…
If you wonder how this was possible, a long time ago, before human genetics got tampered with, humans had the natural ability to communicate telepathically with other dimensions, beings, animals, nature, and the whole world around them.
We were an integral part of Oneness. We could see through time and be timeless. This ability is largely lost or dormant in present-day humans, although some of us still retain it.
But the time is coming when this ability once again will be revived and flourish in the population. And then the world will truly change into a higher octave of consciousness.
We are actually on the brink of it as we speak. The time has come