Reuniting Humanity With Their Divinity...It's Time
Latest Activity: May 7
I have always felt a connection to the sea, loved anything aquatic, mermaid stories, dolphins, fish, love the colours of the ocean, in fact my eyes, are the colour of the sea, changing, with my moods, as the sea does. Smiles.
Crying, with joy, when I see dolphins documentorys, crying with sadness, when I watch films, about dolphins, being hurt, and mermaid, stories. I get so emotional.
It was last year, on imvu, I met rob, smiles, felt wonderful to know him, and he had a connection, with whales, he was certain, he was one, once, smiles, I felt I knew him, before as well, we had an awesome connection. He had a 3 d chat room, on imvu, an aquatic water park, and we were froliking, in the water, playing, I felt like I was a dolphin, felt I had been, a dolphin, in a past life.
my playful nature, and the way , I feel, energies, like sonic waves. going through me. Sound vibrations. Robs, voice and thought vibrations, felt like liquid caramel chocolate, melting and rippling through me, mmm, awesome, lol. Smiles.
Then, recently , I met someone, else , who recognised me as a dolphin. He also felt he was a dolphin, and felt we were partners, in a pod. Certainly felt right to me as well.
I have vague memories, images , in my mind, of swimming amongst underwater ruins, and I love to be surrounded, with the colour, blue and green. Love the sounds of the sea, and the music dolphins, make, Smiles.
So heres a group especaily for dolphin lovers, to thank them, for their love, and inspiration. Share memories, share love, share facts and information , pictures, sounds, and anything else dolphin. Smiles, love light and hugs for you. xoxoxox
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