By Grey Lupindo
Reflection Island is a beautiful place where residents can live or visit. Reflection Island (206, 14, 22). The island is lush, with lots of trees and waterfalls. Exotic sounding birds sing and call to one another and add to the tropical atmosphere. While my home on Syzygy was being transitioned, I rented a tree house apartment there from Spirit Rock Rentals. The island is a mix of fantasy and nature. There are dragon tours, lakes, lots of meditation places, volcanos, and more.
I especially enjoyed the dragon ride, found at Reflection Island, Reflection Island (95, 147, 24). This is an excellent way to get a first look at the island. As his wings swoop up and down, he flew me on a tour. Don’t be alarmed by the fire and growls.
Reflection Island is owned and managed by longtime residents, Ka Brevity and her partner, Seth Haalan. Ka has been a resident since 11/10/2006, and Seth since 2/23/2009. Their group is One World, Many Paths. Their notecard states, “There is something deeper behind all the magical and metaphysical teachings in spiritual traditions and philosophies. Our vision is that by bringing people of diverse but sympathetic views together, these deeper truths can emerge and become more clearly evident to all involved.“
Chakra spheres and meditation sites are located throughout the island-- in water, underwater, beside fire pits, in a volcano, and many others. One meditation tower, located at Reflection Island (225,119,28), offers an ocean view. Jump off the tower, and you’ll splash into a refreshing pool. Climb through a little door at the edge, and you’ll be transported to a maze-like structure in the sky. I explored this build and found a beautiful book on alchemy and a life-size chess set.
On the island, near the dragon tour, there is a library to explore and get items at, some of them free. Many other places can be explored, too. For example, The Nest, a treetop platform, is located at Reflection Island (190,70,148). A beautiful underwater park is located at Reflection Island, Reflection Island (206, 220, 8). Sea turtles and sea horses, lovely coral, schools of fish swim by. There's a bathing pool with lavender water for residents, too. Mermaids will love this place.
For SL residents who are interested in exploring spiritual and philosophical ideas, Seth holds discussion groups and maintains a library of writings on his webpage, www.dragonintuitive.com. I attended one of the lectures, which are held in the Hall of Creativity, located at Reflection Island (128,123, 2036). Six or seven of us participated in the lecture that Seth led on the topic of “Fun”. I had to leave before the discussion was concluded, but everyone seemed to be enjoying the exchange of ideas.