International Retreat Leader, Anne Gordon has been leading transformational Whale and Dolphin Wisdom Retreats around the world since 2007. She loves sharing how easy and fun it is to lead your clients to making a huge transformation in their lives.
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Meet the Rough-toothed dolphins, aka, the Starburst dolphins who represent connection. Discover how to feel an energetic connection with all those around you.
In this episode, your host, Anne Gordon, shares about how she first connected with the Rough-toothed dolphins when there was a pod of them that sadly, stranded on a remote beach in Panama.
Anne was contacted by the government to assist them in identifying and helping the dolphins that stranded. She shares a powerful vision that came to her as she reached out to send healing energy to the dolphins in trouble as she was on her way to the remote location.
The Rough-toothed dolphins share why they represent connection and how they had never felt disconnected in their lives before the stranding, opposed to us humans who often feel disconnected.
The dolphins, who prefer to be known as the Starburst dolphins, share a beautiful way for us to share our energy with others to create a powerful, energetic connection with each other.
The dolphins showed Anne a beautiful mandala of energy lines of connection within their pod and she invited anyone who would like to draw or paint a Starburst dolphin mandala to send it to her at Anne@WhaleWisdomRetreats.com
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