Interacting with DolphinsJuly 9, 2011 No Comments
Dolphins are magical creatures. It is known that dolphins talk to each other. One dolphin will make vocal sounds and another dolphin will answer. They chat just like people and even have the same non-verbal body expressions as humans through jaw claps, fin caresses, and body postures. Dolphins squawk, click, squeak and whistle from birth.
It is believed that dolphins communicate about everything going on in their lives, and can even call on other dolphins for help. It is hard to decipher their language because it changes depending on what the dolphins are doing, just like humans.
Dolphins also nurse their children just like humans do. They are fascinated with pregnant women, and actually gravitate towards the baby in a woman’s belly. Dolphins have sonar that they use to scan the water to locate prey. They produce intense energy that can resonate in people around them. Many researchers feel that the dolphin’s electromagnetic energy fields are what enables them to heal. The high vibrations transmitted by dolphins are heard as clicks and whistles. This powerful sonar can penetrate up to three feet in sand and distinguish a penny from a nickle. People swimming with dolphins often say they feel like their bodies are being scanned.
Encounters with dolphins dramatically increase production of neurotransmitters and may affect the endocrine system in humans. Dolphin encounters seem to also increase the alpha and theta brain waves the same as when in deep meditative states.
Dolphins are compassionate by nature, and that invokes feelings of acceptance and love when anyone interacts with them. This unconditional love transmitted by dolphins stimulates the healing and disease fighting mechanisms in humans.
Interacting with dolphins has been known to have a profound effect on humans and can be an effective therapy for physical and mental disorders.
When I traveled to Florida a few years back, I had an opportunity to get up close and feed the dolphins. I felt immediately at peace in their presence and truly didn’t want to leave. It was a tangible feeling that I can still access just by remembering my time with them and an experience I will never forget.Dolphins