Kenai Peninsula

The filmmaker meditates by the Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet.   Alaska is now considered to be the "crown chakra" of the world by some, due to a recent shifting of the earth's magnetic fields. 

"There is one word of advice and caution to be given those intending to visit Alaska for pleasure. If you are old, go by all means. But if you are young, wait. The scenery of Alaska is much grander than anything else of the kind in the world and it is not well to dull one's capacity for enjoyment by seeing the finest first."   ...National Geographic Society President Henry Gannett, Member of the 1899 Harriman Expedition to Alaska.

Glaciers still tumble down toward Kachemak Bay.

Island near the tiny fishing village of Seldovia on Kachemak Bay.