Some of you know I read surfer magazines.
I love them, because they’re all about the hero’s quest: the surfer as seeker, traveling all over the world in search of the perfect wave; the surfer’s experience with the wave itself, and the immense humility that every surfer reach at some point in his or her life: the understanding that there is no room for ego, because the ocean in charge.
All creatures of the sea.
And this most curious phenomenon of all, the phenomenon of schooling fish, which is when all the fish swim together one way, and then suddenly begin to swimming together another way, all at once.
All at once.
Over and over again.
Perfectly attuned to each other.
Acting as One.
Psychic Migration is a name of a popular surf movie, and I guess that sums it up. It’s what happens when we all move together, because we are all in tune with each other.
“Hey, guy… let’s go this way”.
“Right with you, guys”.
“Here I come!”
The thing is, we’re always in tune with each other. As humans, as animals, as beings on this planet, as Souls in the Universe.
There’s no time we’re not deeply affecting each other, following each other, leading each other, being a part of each other’s lives, feeling each other’s feelings, living life on multidimensions, past and present and future all the same big ocean of Now.
We’re always in psychic migration.
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