Whales and dolphins have had a big influence on my spiritual journey! Cetaceans are very advanced beings that have a lot to teach us. They are divine masters that are here to teach us about love and connecting with our higher selves. Open your heart to their spirit and you’ll be changed forever!
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In the beginning of 2015, I watched a documentary called ‘ I barely knew anything about at that time. I’ve never been to SeaWorld to be honest. I’m not even from the U.S. I cried during the whole movie. I started to boycott SeaWorld shortly afterwards. Pro Caps asked me to hear SeaWorld’s side of the story. So I did… And I became a SeaWorld Supporter. A proud one. SeaWorld was the reason why I started to care about and why I wanted to and will study marine biology in the future. I’m on my way. Thank you SeaWorld! For inspiring me. The thing is that… The more I learn(ed) about the more I start(ed) to dislike SeaWorld. SeaWorld doesn’t abuse their animals and the trainers love them, so do I. Orcas are highly intelligent and social animals like us. Tilikum, Ulises, Corky, Kasatka, Katina, Lolita ( and Morgan ‘rescued’ ( were separated from their mothers and families. Think about it… Is that right? Is it right to do that? If someone did that to humans, it would be considered a crime. Therefore I have to say: I watched “Keiko’s journey home” on YouTube. It broke my heart. Keiko thrived in his sea pen. He gained weight, his illness healed, he started vocalizing etc Keiko died because humans took EVERYTHING away from him. His family, his ability to survive and many other things. It’s WRONG. I know that some of you guys are probably disappointed, but deep deep deep deep down you know that it is wrong that these animals live in pools, when they could have the their natural environment. It’s not normal that they float all the time at the surface when they don’t perform. It’s not normal that these animals inbreed. It’s not normal that they need balls because of the fact that they are bored. SeaWorld is not normal. I do support their rescue. I do support the fact that they inspired me. They really did. I started to dislike SeaWorld for the same reason I started to like SeaWorld: Because I love Killer Whales/Animals. So. This is it. This is my last post on this account. Thanks to @seaworld_education @liberate_cetaceans and @cetaceangallerywithapurpose who were really polite and supportive.
We’ve previously posted about beautiful dolphins being held in a pool at the WAKE Resort in Bali and unfortunately they are still being kept in this tiny chlorinated pool and are forced to perform tricks with paying tourists. After closing their first Facebook page the resort has opened a new page under the name Wake Resto & Dolphins. Please visit the page and register your disgust and let them know it’s not over until they release the dolphins for rehabilitation. @modelsofcompassion have a link to their Facebook page in their bio and we’d love you to help us in the battle to free these dolphins. Please also tag your friends and share this with as many people as you can. Let’s continue being a voice for the voiceless ✌
Beautiful SRKWs swimming in such peace. I love these aerial images of these amazing animals. The heart shaped saddle patches just add to their beauty. A wonderful closing image to my wonderful day. PC- NOAA/ @centerforwhaleresearch