Elisa Medhus

Welcome New Visitors

Welcome New Visitors

Dear Reader, Although Erik sometimes paints a rosy picture of the afterlife, time and time again he stresses that suicide is not the answer to one’s problems. If you struggle, please understand that the information in my blog and my books is no substitute for professional help. Please click here for a list of resources…

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The Relationship Between Aliens and Spirits

The Relationship Between Aliens and Spirits

I’m having a great time camping in the Texas Hill Country, so I’ll keep this intro short and sweet. I interviewed Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher today with Emma, and it was an eye-opener. I can’t wait to share it with you. Until then, check out today’s post! Me:  Obviously there are other beings in the…

Mind Body Spirit

Mind Body Spirit

I’m going to keep this introduction kind of short because I’m packing up to go camping in the Hill Country. Sweet! I’ll still post every day, God willing and the crick don’t rise (as we say in Texas), and I’m having a session with Emma to interview Margaret Thatcher (Erik’s choice) tomorrow. Don’t forget to…

Muscle Pain

Muscle Pain

Michelle has been so busy with nursing school that I’ve been taking care of my grandson, Easton, a lot. He’s almost one years old, and his personality is blossoming. He’s such a boy, smart as a whip and has taken his first steps. Soon, he’ll be running around, getting into even more trouble as my…

In-Between Lives

In-Between Lives

Last night, a weird thing happened to me. I’m not sure it I was asleep or awake. If I was asleep, I was still very much aware of my surroundings and thoughts. For some reason, I got the sense that spirits were working to open up my third eye. I’m sure my pineal gland is…

Oxygen and Breathing, Part Three

Oxygen and Breathing, Part Three

Blog member, Rebecca P., sent me this amazing story of reincarnation. It’s so comforting to know that we’re eternal beings and that the soul is colorblind. Check it out. It’s pretty short. Enjoy the final installment of our series on oxygen and breathing! Me: Do you want to get onto oxygen therapy? Erik: Yes, that’s…

Reincarnation 101

Reincarnation 101

Blog member, Ron Lederer, thinks we ought to start classes (maybe online) teaching all things Erik. It sounds like a daunting task, and I’m sure it would take a great deal of money to set up the site, etc. Still, I’ve always loved the idea of spreading spirituality to the masses. including children. Raising spiritual…

Oxygen and Breathing, Part Two

Oxygen and Breathing, Part Two

Dear friend and blog member, Cindy Adams, and her husband, Greg, just started a new website and blog, and I highly recommend that you read it. The part about how they and Adam, their deceased son, are connected to Erik is particularly interesting. Click HERE for the website and HERE for the blog. Be sure you…

Rules of Engagement

Rules of Engagement

Well, I’ve had a breakthrough with my husband. For years, he’s been adamant about not letting our grown kids use our little ski boat because he’s afraid that they’ll plow into a stump, pitching everyone out into the air so that they land on underwater tree spikes, impaling their livers or he’s afraid they’ll get lost, never…

Oxygen and Breathing, Part One

Oxygen and Breathing, Part One

Many of you have asked what brand of pine bark extract I use. I take one in the morning and two in the evening of THESE. I noticed huge effects in six weeks, so you have to be patient. Collagen isn’t built in a day! A blog member just informed me that I’ve been taking…

Imagination is Your Destiny

Imagination is Your Destiny

Today, 34 years ago, I married my husband, Rune. He’s racing in New Orleans now, but we’ll celebrate when he gets back. We’ve been through a lot together, the good, the bad and the ugly, but it’s all made us stronger and our love, deeper. I’m looking forward to at least 34 more years together….

How Past Affect Present

How Past Affect Present

Y’all, I’m thrilled to announce a happy accident that happened to me recently. Let me start from the beginning. I was discussing with blog member, Pamela Oakes, how terrible my sun damaged arms are. I call it “old lady skin” because it looks like the skin of some of my patients 80 years old or…

The Physics of Death, Part One

The Physics of Death, Part One

Since my vacation, I’m pretty much back in my usual rhythm except in one area. Kickboxing. I wasn’t able to go, obviously, when I was in California taking care of my sister, Teri. Then I come back and Rune breaks his foot and ankle, and then we take off for Norway. The first day back…

Connecting to the Source of Wisdom

Connecting to the Source of Wisdom

Before you start reading today’s Best of Erik, I have a couple of announcements. Kim is in L.A. working so she will not be able to do the radio show again this Thursday. No worries, because we’ll definitely be back on tract the following week. Because of her travels, she’s also not been able to…

Erik on Native Americans

Erik on Native Americans

We got back last week from a wonderful time in the peaceful mountains of Norway. We try to go there twice a year to see relatives, especially Rune’s father who will be 94 this month. Rune’s broken foot put a little bit of a damper on things because we weren’t able to ski or take…

Our Life’s Purpose

Our Life’s Purpose

Before we go into this great and not so trivial Best of Erik, I want to share the beautiful weather we’re experiencing in our last day up in the mountains above the tree line. Tomorrow, we drive to Oslo and we take off Sunday early in the morning so I son’t be posting again until…

Global Warming, Part Two

Global Warming, Part Two

This day was dedicated to a trip to the coastal city of Aurland. We had to go through fifteen tunnels and navigate through several switchbacks, but the scenery along the west coast made it all worthwhile. It’s not as lovely in the winter, but we enjoyed a “vafler med syltetøy” (waffle with jam) and a…

Global Warming, Part One

Global Warming, Part One

Last night, it snowed so much, and snow is planned for tonight and part of tomorrow. Then, the sun comes out for the rest of our trip, but it will be pretty cold like -15 celsius.  So, this topic is a perfect segue! Sorry about the lack of editing. I’m too busy having fun! Kim:…

Erik on Music, Part Two

Erik on Music, Part Two

Emma McIntosh is offering her first public reading with Erik! Be sure to sign up in case space is limited! Here’s her message with all the information you need. Hey guys As I am currently booked until September I would like to give you all the opportunity to ask your questions during a public reading…

Erik on Music, Part One

Erik on Music, Part One

First some announcements! Rune went to the foot specialist yesterday and discovered that he had broken three metatarsals and one ankle bone. The thing is, he isn’t experiencing much pain. Thank god, because we’re leaving for Norway tomorrow afternoon, and I’d hate to watch him hobbling around the airport in pain. The plus side, like I’ve…

A Break from Being Human

A Break from Being Human

The human experience can be rough, so some of us long for a break. A break from the grief of losing someone we love. A break from being mired in daily struggle. A break from being human. This is the first time Erik spoke to me without the need of a question prompt. He spoke with…

Alcoholism

Alcoholism

It seems like this is the month when I take care of gimps with broken bones. My husband broke his foot when someone on the racetrack accidentally t-boned him. The bad thing is we leave for Norway Thursday, but at least we’ll get priority boarding! We have an appointment with the ortho doc sometime tomorrow…

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