The dolphin is looking for food. He is part of a group. They swim long distances in search of food. Life is hard and difficult, it’s a struggle to find food. They sometimes have to swim for a very long time in order to find food and then there’s not always enough for everyone and then they have to fight for the fish.
There is a hierarchy in the group. The members of the group are not all equal. Some of them are stronger swimmers than others, and these are held in higher esteem than the ones who don’t swim as good. Sometimes, there are dolphins lagging behind when they are swimming long distances, and then the dolphins in the front slow down the pace of swimming a little, because no one will be left behind. He can just keep up with the group, he swims in the rear, but he doesn’t lag behind. The good swimmers also have the strength to jump high out of the water and perform all kinds of tricks. Not everyone can do that. This dolphin is average.
The dolphins that are held in higher esteem than the ones who are held in lesser regard sometimes have an aura of haughtiness emanating from them. The dolphin can sense this feeling of haughtiness in a psychic way (additional comment see *1 at the bottom of the page).
When there is not enough food, the most important dolphins get food and the others don’t. A dolphin who becomes undernourished after a long period of food shortage and is no longer able to swim, will eventually be left behind to die alone. They swim together as a group, but still, it’s every dolphin for himself. They all have to struggle to find enough food. Food is not shared, it’s every dolphin for himself. However, when a dolphin doesn’t finish a piece of fish because he’s full, and this is eaten by another dolphin, then that’s not a problem.
Everyone knows their place. They know that in a psychic way. There is an aura emanating from every dolphin with regard to their importance and their place in the group and this is perceived by the other dolphins, they can sense this aura. The hierarchy is determined by their strength in the group: the strength to swim and to perform jumps and twisting, and the number of preys (fish) they can catch. There’s sometimes jealousy among the members of the group and this has to do with the preys that the dolphins can catch. Some dolphins happen to be jealous of the preys caught by others, and then they will try to steal these preys and there will be a fight among a few of dolphins. The attacking dolphin will then brush by another dolphin in order to intimidate him and he will try to push him. When a lower ranking dolphin can find bigger preys than a higher ranking dolphin, and when this happens repeatedly, then the higher ranking dolphin will attack the lower ranking dolphin and try to steal its prey. When a lower ranking dolphin repeatedly catches bigger preys than a higher ranking dolphin, then the hierarchical position of the higher ranking dolphin is in danger. Then his ranking will drop and the lower ranking dolphin’s position will rise. In order to prevent that, the higher ranking dolphin will try to steal the prey and eat it himself. In this way he can retain his position.
The dolphin knows very well what behaviour is displayed by the different dolphins in the group and he sees to it that he sticks to his position and he is careful not to offend anyone. He doesn’t want to have trouble with anyone and risk that a number of the higher ranking dolphins turn against him and try to prevent him from feeding and that he eventually has to stay behind because he is too weak. When someone of the higher ranking dolphins in the group has it in for a lower ranking dolphin, then something like this might happen.
His life is a struggle for survival, his life is a struggle to find food, there is not much joy in his life. There is not much love among the dolphins. When he has sufficient food and rest/sleep, he is satisfied.
When they have to swim too long in order to find sufficient food, they don’t always have sufficient rest/sleep. There are also periods when there’s an affluence of fish, but these are a minority. Then they are all happy and everyone is much more relaxed and there are less tensions within the group. Then the group atmosphere is entirely different, then the atmosphere is relaxed, joyful and then they play for fun. They would then chase each other, roll over one another, perform tricks (jump, turn around in the sky) for fun and not in order to determine the hierarchy, then they have swimming competitions for fun. Or they would produce new sounds for a laugh and then the other dolphins have to copy the sounds. Or they would produce complicated sounds (songs) and then the others have to try and copy them. When they play, they communicate on the basis of intuition (additional comment see *2 at the bottom of the page). They also make noises when they communicate.
The dolphin also has a whole range of sounds at his disposal (50-80 different sounds), to pass on a message.
– submission, acceptance, giving in
– asserting one’s own authority
– I want to swim alone
– I will join the group again
– I will help
– I will take the lead
– I will be behind you
– I will penetrate the school of fish (swim through it)
– expressing joy
– good food in front of us
– a school of fish arrives
– stay away from me!
– we’re going to play
– I’m going to jump
– we’re going to swim together
– we’re going to share the food (in times of scarcity)
– and other.
The dolphin is intelligent. He has a good memory. He well remembers the quarrels that have taken place between the dolphins. He well remembers the places they have swum to look for fish and he knows the places where there is fish and he knows the places where there is a lot of fish. He knows the seas very well and he knows vast areas in the sea. He has a mental view of the ocean (locally), a three-dimensional view. He has a sense of direction, left, right, above, under, behind, in front of.
The dolphins have a strategy to catch fish, they work together as a group. They communicate with sounds and with psychic perception. They perceive the psychic signals of the others, this is a feeling/a sign that emanates from a dolphin (additional comment see *3).
This feeling of haughtiness originates from the subconscious mind, which is present around a dolphin, and it consists of a subtle matter. There is a positive element in the subconscious mind of the dolphin who can sense the feeling of haughtiness, which I call an energy and which enables him to sense this feeling of haughtiness. For more information on my view of the subconscious mind and the origin of psychic abilities, please read my book.
Communication through intuition goes as follows. When a dolphin has an intention, this intention is present in its subconscious mind in the form of a subtle matter (negative intention) or energy (positive or neutral intention). Another dolphin knows this intention intuitively. Intuition is the result of a specific energy in the subconscious mind of the dolphin, who can read/copy the intention in the other dolphin’s subconscious mind. The dolphin who is intuitive, knows this intuitively (simply knowing without there being any apparent reason for knowing) what things are like.
For more information on my view of the subconscious mind and the origin of intuition, please read my book.
This feeling/this sign that originates from the subconscious mind and is present around a dolphin as a subtle matter or an energy. There is an energy in the other dolphin’s subconscious mind to sense this subtle matter (the feeling/the sign). This message is, for example, left, right, group together, go ahead, a fish is escaping, how they will encircle the school of fish, the positions the dolphins have to take in around the school of fish, or above or under the school of fish. The sign is present in the subtle matter or energy as a feeling, for example, the sign ‘left’ is a feeling of left, it’s not the thought of ‘left’.
For more information on my view on the subconscious mind and the origin of psychic abilities, please read my book.