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I am not a people person. Now, hear me out…

I write this post from Bimini, Bahamas where I and the hubby are swimming with wild dolphins. Which is great. No, better than great. It’s kind of incredible. In like a variety of ways. More on all that later. But…. I do have to say that the last two weeks have been interesting and challenging at the same time. You see, I must confess, I am not a people person. Which doesn’t mean that I dislike people. It just means I can’t be around a lot of them for extended periods of time. Is it the fact that I’m empathic? I pick up energy? I feel suffocated? Who knows. I just seem to be the kind of person who needs a LOT of alone time.
So the week before we left for Bimini, as I’ve mentioned, I was up at the Omega Institute in NY studying Past Life Regression with 150 of my closest friends. In a room. For five days. At the end of each day I went back to the house I rented with my two friends (I love you Kathy and Kim so no offense…lol!). On Friday I waited in an airport, crammed on to a full plane, then waited in another airport, and crammed on to another full plane. On Sunday, I waited in an airport, crammed on to a plane, waited in another airport, crammed on to a plane, and finally crammed on to one last plane before landing in Bimini…where we hooked up with our group. Are you seeing a theme here?
Here in Bimini we’ve had several organized events during the day where the whole group does something…getting fitted for snorkeling gear, visiting the dolphin museum, going to the shops, lunches and dinners together, and of course, the five hours on a boat looking for, communicating with, and swimming with dolphins. And I’m finding I’m stuck between wanting to share this experience with everyone….and disappearing for a day. Like sneaking off, by myself, finding a nice beach or palm tree somewhere and just not talking to anyone. Including the hubby. (No offense babe…) Again, this has nothing to do with whether or not I like these new folks in my life, in fact, I’ve found I’ve made a connection with some of them and look forward to keeping in touch. Yet…
This has been an amazing experience in so many ways. I’m feeling this indescribable energy coming from the dolphins swimming next to me, under me, all around me. I’m hearing their whistles and watching their bubbles. I’m receiving their messages. But I’m also learning more and more of my lessons. Lessons about boundaries, lessons about my wants and needs, lessons about compassion for others. And above all…again…
I’m learning to let go and just be.
Apparently, right now, I’m supposed to be here, surrounded by people, not alone. I can be good with that.
(But yea, you’re probably not going to see me for awhile when I get home….just sayin’…)
Live and learn in Munay.
Ps. I can’t wait to show you the pictures! Look for them on my website soon! I’ll let you know when they’re up….

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