“You have to dream intentionally. Most people dream a dream when they are asleep. But to be a writer, you have to dream while you are awake, intentionally.”

~Haruki Murakami

I love this beach. world class rocks in my humble opinion. and the flavor of the whole place is hard to give up. but i have a feeling a week of daily balancing here may have set off some future balancers among the locals. . .

Something i’ve noticed with traveling and balancing is a dreamlike feel when i have flashbacks of the experience… as if I was halfway possessed by some benevolent overmind. .  who knew precisely what to do in perfect time and rhythm.

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    1. this is west coast, southern Costa Rica… though i’ve played around at Findhorn bay (Scotland?) as well.. exceptional rocks there too! :)

  1. I absolutely love your work and used your photos to make handmade gift vouchers for a Christmas gift this year. Thank you for your artistry and vision. Merry Christmas!!

  2. There is a beach in Kennebunk, Maine not far from where we live that is covered with rocks like this. Many people leave stacks of balanced rocks. There have been quite a few amazing stacks, but none compare to yours. :-)

  3. Absolutely. Just like Matt Leon said. No matter how fragmented and polar our various life aspects are, everything’s going to be OK.

  4. I love your work and wanted to share this….we are in Vieques Puerto Rico and we found a beach so remote we had to wade through waste deep water to get there… (sorry to be blocking some of the view)

  5. Thank you for sharing and spreading your practice. The amount of peace and balance you are bringing to the world is immense. Excited to get down to Costa in February and try out those rocks. Happy holidays!

    1. How did you do this and not have the rocks fall down and smash your desk? How long did it last? Very impressive, especially for a first time!

  6. i think your balancing sets off many future balancers everywhere you go :) i know at least two in Pula :)) <3 keep the good work :)

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