“Zorg voor jouw innerlijke oceaan”


In de stralende zon verbinden we ons drie dagen met de in vrijheid levende dolfijnen en walvissen*.

Wij geven ons over aan het ritme van de Oceaan en geven de ruimte aan de wijze oceaangidsen om ons uit te nodigen, te verrijken, te voeden. We worden ondergedompeld in de helende energie van hun onvoorwaardelijke liefde, vrede, blijdschap en hun gevende vertrouwen.

We worden betoverd door magie.

Gevitaliseerd, geinspireerd, geheeld en licht kijken we straks terug op deze wonderbaarlijke reis naar het hart van de Liefde.

Een onvergetelijke ervaring die je zal vernieuwen en die je altijd in je hart zal meedragen…..

Genieten, voeden, vernieuwen en je vol te laten stromen met deze onvergetelijke belevenissen.

Je kunt hier contact met ons opnemen

Voor onze 3-Daagse Ocean Journeys in 2022 zijn geen plaatsen meer beschikbaar….

Vanaf 2023 organiseren we alleen nog 3-Daagse Ocean Journeys op speciaal verzoek

Je kunt hier contact opnemen

We varen volgens de internationale regels van liefde en respect..

*weer-en oceaanomstandigheden voorbehouden.

Lees hier wat Robert Holden, bestselling auteur van ondermeer: “Happiness now” and “Shift Happens”  in zijn nieuwsbrief schreef na en van zijn Ocean Journeys:

“Just before I sat down to write this newsletter, my children Bo and Christopher yelled “Dad, dad! Come now!”

“Okay” I said.

“This NOW!” they yelled.

“What is it?” I asked.

“A white feather,” said Bo.

“It’s floating right in front of us,” said Christopher.

I ran out to the balcony of our holiday apartment, which is on the fourth floor, and together we watched as the white feather drifted, twirled, floated down to the ground.
My family and I are in Tenerife, in the Canary Islands. We are on a sea pilgrimage swimming in the wild with whales and dolphins. It’s our eighth time here. We come every year, sometimes twice a year. Our hosts are Winny & Kees, who have been leading their Ocean of Love pilgrimages for twenty years now. This year we came with our friends Jo and her son KK and Rebecca Campbell (a fellow Hay House author) and her husband Craig.

Winny and Kees enjoy a beautiful relationship with the whales and dolphins. They know intuitively where to find them. “My love for the whales and dolphins is my guide,” says Winny. Each day we set out on the Ocean Delight, our eight-metre RIB boat. Winny leads us in a meditation. She opens up what she calls “the channel of communication” to the whales and dolphins. We then set out to sea, travelling up to ten miles from shore, following our intuition, paying attention to signs, and looking for fins!

A white feather floating on the water is one of the signs Winny looks for. Each time we see a white feather, we take it as a sign that we are on course. Over the last three days, we navigated by white feathers. It prompted me to write a poem for Winny & Kees. Here it is:

Navigation By White Feathers
A small white feather
afloat on the water.

Right here in the middle
of the wide, blue sea.

“See! See! Another one!”
cry the children.

“This is our sign,” affirms the
captain of our boat.

Navigation by white feathers.
This is how it happens out at sea

(and on land) when you travel

without plans.

A turtle asked a seagull to lay a
spare white feather precisely there.

A spotted dolphin had asked the
turtle to speak to the gull.

A whale had asked the dolphin
to send a message to the turtle.

God had originally spoken to the whale.
Navigation by white feathers.
This is how it happens out at sea

(and on land) when you let

yourself be guided by a

higher plan.

Each sea pilgrimage with Winny & Kees offers a unique set of gifts and lessons. The lesson of the white feathers teaches me that we do not travel alone and that if we are willing to open up a channel of communication with life we will receive guidance and inspiration along the way.

Robert Holden’s website

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