One of the strongest power spot is in Rancho Palos Verdes.
The power spot is right by the lighthouse where there is a Whale Museum "Point Vicente Interpretive Center". This is a free museum (donations welcome) and it features some very interesting exhibitions.
31501 Palos Verdes Drive West
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275
I discovered many new things about the peninsula and it's history. You can find the names of local shells and learn about how the ocean life was a big part of the culture of the native people. The peninsula was the homeland of the Tongva Native American peoples for thousands of years.
The most surprising thing about this spot is that it was once the home of "Marineland".
Marineland of the Pacific was the world's largest oceanarium in 1954.
The killer whales made the park a popular tourist attraction. Marineland was purchased by the owners of SeaWorld in 1987. The new owners moved the marine animals to their SeaWorld San Diego location and closed down the park for good.
Behind the museum there is whale watch site that is perfect to view the annual migration of the Pacific gray whale, from December through April.
I visited twice in February during the evening and did not see the whales. I did see an endless line of dolphins swimming in a line and that was an amazing view.
There are some volunteers observing the whales everyday in the season. They are very friendly and I suggest talking to them to find out more information.
February is the beginning of spring in Southern California.
You can also find many beautiful birds and flowers here.
The ocean radiates full of energy during the dusk.
You just need to breathe and feel.
Every time when I'm here I feel like I'm on top of the world.