Ocean Lovers and Ambassadors

P1000857Imagine this: I arrive at a a popular surf spot and everyone makes welcome eye contact with me and they greet me or introduce themselves. As I paddle out everyone who recognizes me is happy to see me and those who don’t are curious and excited to meet me. I’m welcomed into a place in the lineup and while I wait my turn those around me engage with me in authentic conversation and they are genuinely pleased that I am there. They believe I have something to offer and they are stoked to help me practice my abilities for the benefit of the group. When it’s my turn to catch a wave they all hoot me into the wave and cheer and celebrate my ride. I have heard stories from parts of the south pacific that this is real and the local villagers greet and welcome outsiders in this way. I saw in Fiji…

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The mind makes it real?

Tahoe-MS-DixieI saw a video of surfing this wake on Lake Tahoe about a week ago and I’ve been envisioning surfing it every day since.

My amazing wife, our baby, and I were leaving Tahoe when she said she felt like we only did part of all the activities we planned. I agreed and said I really wanted to surf that sternwheeler boat wave. She replied let’s do it, so we impulsively turned the truck around and drove to South Lake Tahoe…

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A Localism Cure

DCIM102GOPROG0044829.My experience at popular surf spots is that most of the surfers’ have a deeply held belief in scarcity: there are not enough waves, and they need to fight for waves if they want to have a good time. This perception leads to bad vibes, and all kinds of shenanigans and debauchery in an attempt keep others away and get more waves. For me this behavior, commonly known as localism, sours the whole surfing experience, and has lead me on a search for surf with people who are putting out positive and welcoming vibes.

Downwind SUP surfing feels like…

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Living-Traditional (1)We broadcast a radio show on KPFA 94.1 FM from Berkeley, CA. Livestream is available at KPFA . Show archives can be found on the Video page and on YouTube, and also on the Podcast page. Our goal is to bring and make accessible traditional and ancient healing practices to our communities. The empirical knowledge of traditional healing practices is still being used by the indigenous cultures from the four corners of the world. This proven medicine has its place in modern culture as it heals imbalances of the body, restores mental clarity, brings serenity to the heart, and reconnects us to our soul. The show is hosted by David Kukkola. Executive produced by Miguel Molina. Audio and video production by Clay Schmitz.

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MeraculusMeraculus produces inspired, uplifting, and healing content for radio, television, and the internet.

One reason I started making movies was to see if I had that gift. The other reason was I saw ways to improve the world and I wanted to inspire people to help me do that. When I went to the movie theater and came out inspired I wondered wow how great will it be when all entertainment feels that amazing? What if everyone is watching and listening to content that inspires and uplifts? Will they greet people with a smile and a kind word? Will they offer to help a stranger, and do something nice for their family and friends? How will people drive when listening to music that touches their soul? When the daily message being created and broadcast in the form of video and music is one of love and compassion what will our world look like?


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Clay Island a Surf Tale – Film – Watch Now

clay-island-a-surf-taleBelow is a version of the film Clay Island a Surf Tale that has been modified slightly, one scene has been shortened by a minute or two. The full version is still available here: Amazon.com. The original movie website can be found here: clayisland.com/movie.

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