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Dolphins

My sister Charmaine sent me this clipping in 1999

One of my own personal  favorite spirit guides are dolphins.

Dolphins are all Love. They are highly sentient and telepathic. Their most important relationship is with their babies. They nurse their young for at least three years. In their pod, the auntie dolphins help the mothers. They exemplify some of the major qualities of the Aquarian Age, which we have entered: Love, Creativity, Cooperation, Teamwork, Family and Community, and Play.

Dolphins love to play. They can make huge bubbles under water and play catch with other Dolphins. They jump and toss seaweed to each other and also have been seen drawing pictures in the sand. 

Their cooperation and teamwork in fishing affords them time left over for play, exploration and fun.

They have been known to guide schools of fish to better feeding grounds so have been dubbed “the shepherds of the Sea.”

For their own feeding grounds they have developed unique cooperative fishing techniques as shown in the videos below.  Also, they are shown helping people fish.

My favorite part of my seven spirit- dolphin guides, Kudos, is they remind me to play and have fun. Usually, when I ask them for personal guidance, the first thing they say is, “jump.” That makes me laugh. I instantly feel to let go, and do something else for a while. After being refreshed, my problem has been scaled down, and I often receive simple solutions I hadn’t thought of.

Dolphins can also remind us to do great or small actions in our daily life to help clean up their home, our beautiful Ocean.

Our oceans provide life for trillions of aquatic species and for us. Water is Love and Life.

We humans have the ability to clean the oceans. Now is most definitely the time. Number one on the list is not purchasing single use plastic bottles or any single use plastic. Oceana.org is doing great work along with the Monterey Bay Aquarium and other marine advocates around the world. You and I, individuals, are the most powerful in this endeavor. We have the ability to change laws, support organizations helping the oceans, and there are an infinite number of ways large and small to help our dolphins, whales and all marine life, NOW.

I’m very sure you can think of simple ways you can help right where you stand. 

Thank you. 

Dolphins and the Golden Age of Aquarius

Drawing and photo by Nina Wilkins

Twelve times in Earth’s history Dolphins have wanted to share their wisdom and Divine magic with humanity. Each of those times, their higher spirit selves revealed to them that most people were not ready. Now is the 13th time, and humanity has crossed the threshold into the New World, and humanity is ready.

Disney+ has just released two truly amazing documentary films about bottlenose dolphins. Not only dolphins, but also the reef community of humpback whales, turtles, many varieties of fish, shrimp and sharks are included. Dolphin Reef is a documentary that is made into a story, narrated by Natalie Portman. While I was watching I kept thinking, “How did the cinematographers ever get these shots?” You are very up-close to the dolphins’ eyes and faces. You can feel their love as though you were right there.

One truly great part of this film is teaching children about community and the connections every creature has on the reef. Each unique fish, plant, turtle, and coral has an important part to play, especially sharks. The most villanized fish in the sea is one of the most integral to the health of the whole ocean.

The program shows Dolphin characteristics that they are teaching us. Cooperation for the good of the whole pod is a main one. The scene where they fish together by making circular sand nets is worth the price of admission. Helping each other creates plenty of time left for play.

Dolphins are mammals, and their number one relationship in their community is with their offspring. Mothers nurse and tend to their babies for up to three years. They tend to the young, keeping them close with the help of “aunty dolphins.” Unlike fish, which have gills, they breathe air, so moms and aunts help the youngsters up to the surface and keep them very close for nap time. Dolphins only sleep with half of their brains while the other half keeps them alert.

Dolphins are all about love and trust. Unconditional love for ourselves, humanity and Grandmother Earth, with her Mother Nature, are the keys to living harmoniously and richly in the New World. Dolphins are leading the way by being such a good example in  their entire Reef community.

After asking myself how this film was even made, I saw the companion documentary, Diving with Dolphins, which showed me in detail. Jacque Cousteau’s granddaughter, Celine, narrates taking us around the world with several divers, boat captains and helicopter pilots who collaborated to make this incredible underwater story.

If you can take a break and watch these films, you will gain insight into the dolphins’ water world and a beginning understanding of their community. They are ready to teach us telepathy, play, the joy of movement, creating with sound, being in community and love. Very much love.

All of their magic– sonar, echo location, telepathy, synchronicity and serendipity, cooperation and nurturing the young– is guided by LOVE and a very special light frequency.

Art by H.L. Wilkins, photo by Nina Wilkins