Well, yesterday I had to break down and book an appointment with my orthopedic surgeon to take a look at my knee. It still hurts and is swollen after I injured it during the warm up phase of kickboxing. Basically, I was jogging slowly around the map and ten steps in a heard a pop and felt burning. I hope it’s nothing that requires surgery because that would mean I’d have to put kickboxing on hold for quite some time and lose all the gains I’ve made to this point. Wish me luck, people!
Before we delve into Part Three of our interview with Dolores Cannon, don’t forget to mark your calendar because tomorrow at 7 PM CT is Erik’s Hour of Enlightenment radio show. Call 619-639-4606 15 minutes prior to talk to Erik. http://goo.gl/aFHTzJ I messed up yesterday thinking it was Wednesday and posted this in error. The radio show will always be on Thursdays!
Robert: Well, goodness gracious!
Me: We’ve been experiencing some technical difficulties, but that’s okay. We’re back in the saddle again, and I have two more questions for Dolores. I’ll just splice this to the first video.
Robert: Did she finish her last answer? It kind of froze midway, and I don’t even remember what the question was.
Me: Oh, any messages for humanity? Just a brief message.
Dolores: The only thing I would say is you should keep doing what you’re doing. We have to keep doing what we’re doing. That’s how we grow. Don’t be disheartened by all the things you see on television. You’re lives are actually much better than you realize.
Dolores: You need to focus on that and stay in the present.
Me: Yeah, think about the Black Plague! We’ve been through worse times. We’ll get through this.
Dolores: Absolutely true.
Me: All right, I have two more questions from blog members. “What can she tell us about what is likely and/or possibly in store for humanity in the next 50 or so years?” Is there anything big coming up in the next 50 years?
Dolores: Growth. That’s the only thing that’s possible.
Me: Okay, but what kind? Can you give me any specifics?
Robert: She was getting ready to elaborate.
Dolores: Growth is the only thing that is possible for humanity, and you must understand that with growth there will be challenges. Those challenges are necessary. When a baby learns to crawl, for the baby, it’s very difficult, but as they become stronger, they become more self-assured. Then they move on to the next step and start to walk. When they do, they may fall and hurt themselves, but they ultimately get back up. Eventually, they’re able to walk on their own. Then they get older, and they can run and ride bikes.
Dolores: So growth is necessary and inevitable, and there are always things we need to overcome. For humanity, those things, over the next several hundred years, will be there just as they have been there in the past. There will be new kinds of experiences that will compel us to grow.
Me: Well, I think what they’re asking is are there going to be any new technological advances or new abilities as humans or anything? Anything specific?
Dolores: Absolutely. Of course.
(Robert listens for a while.)
Robert: Oh, that’s neat!
Dolores: Humans will have learned how to tap into the energy where we are.
Me: Oh, okay. Good!
Dolores: And communication with spirits will become ubiquitous.
Robert: Does that word mean like—I’ve heard that somewhere.
Robert (chuckling): Okay. I feel silly all of a sudden because I know what that word means, but I forgot in the moment.
Me: So in 50 years. That’s awesome because maybe then we won’t be mocked so much for what we’re doing, Robert.
Of course I’ll probably be gone by then, but I’ll watch our progress alongside Erik.
Me: It’s like, ‘I told you so!’
Dolores: Absolutely. What scientists will come to understand is that the human brain is like a radio receiver, and there are some people that are able to tune into certain kinds of frequencies. Once scientists learn to tap into what that frequency is in the physical world, they’ll be able to build equipment that will allow that communication to be with no need to interpret. It’ll be just like you’re talking to them.
Me: Oh, good!
I’ll call Erik every day.
Dolores: What we send you is an energy pattern. Then your brain translates that based on what it is that you, as a human being, have experienced and what you know and words that you’ve learned. We send that pattern in there specifically so it’ll match up with your brain. Human beings will learn to create technology that will translate that for us.
Me: Imagine the ramifications. If somebody gets murdered, you can call them on the “spirit phone” and say, “Hey, who killed you?”
Might clear up the clogged court docket.
Dolores: Yes, but there will be a period of time when human beings will no longer find that necessary. Retribution will no longer be necessary. Why would it be if you can still stay in contact with that person?
Well, it’s not like you can hug them, so…
Dolores: What will happen is the spirit will come back and teach the person who killed them what happened and why they did that.
Dolores: Eventually, humanity will evolve out of those behaviors.
Me: Oh, yeah!
Dolores: Judgment will be gone. Judgment only exists because you believe that you are in a finite experience, but your experience is not finite. As I have told you before in this session, you’re infinite.
Dolores: You’re expansive. You’re one soul, and since you are one soul, why would you want to punish yourself for hurting yourself?
Me: Ah, I see.
Dolores: That’s like doubling the pain.
Me: So we’ll come to that realization, too. All right, last question. “What does she now know about alien encounters? Are there still loving as well as negative alien encounters?
Dolores: There are three types.
Dolores: There are loving; there are very unloving, and there are those who are neutral. Those are the three main categories, and then you have species that fall all over the map within that. I prefer to stay with the species that are loving a neutral.
Dolores: Those that we, as human beings, define as negative, I also enjoy hanging, conversing with them.
Robert: Hanging. She said, “conversing” but I said, ‘hanging.’
Dolores: But only when I want to have experiences that are meant to challenge and are meant to destroy what me, as Dolores, can and want to deconstruct. That’s because fear is a very necessary emotion.
Robert: I guess she was the one who was talking to me this morning.
Dolores: Fear is that element of energy that is meant to break things down, break them apart.
Dolores: And then love comes in a rebuilds it.
Me: Oh, interesting. I like that! Fear breaks things down so that love can rebuild it. I bet we can all find many instances of that happening on a micro level in our own lives and on a macro level in the world.
Robert: Yeah, when she said that, it gave me chills all over my body!
Me: Me, too!
Robert: She’s exactly right. It resonates.
Me: Is there anything else you want to discuss before we close?
Dolores: Just briefly, I wanted to say that anything, whether it’s love or fear or even neutrality, we have to find a balance between them because if you stay too far on the side of fear, you destroy yourself, but of course you will be rebuilt. But you will create a lot of pain for yourself that you might not necessarily need to go through. If you’re too far on the side of love, you can be oblivious to what everyone else is experiencing because you’re very comfortable in that place. It’s not that you’re indifferent to it; it’s just that you can’t see it. Love can make you blind if you’re too far into it. By love, I mean this place of peace and security. There, you have no motivation to try to grow as a human being.
Me: Sure. Yeah, that makes sense.
Dolores: And if you’re in a neutral place, then you’re indifferent to everything. Just like with fear, you can become very static. You don’t grow, and you can lose a sense of empathy. (Placing her hands palms together) Empathy is ABSOLUTELY important.
Me: Okay, so you have to be a little bit of all. Thank you so much for this interview!
Dolores (taking a shallow bow): Thank you.
Me: I’ve got to go read your books now!
Dolores: It’s not necessary, but I appreciate that.
Me (with a note of sarcasm): I’ll do that in my spare time. Bye, Erik! Thank you for bringing her!
Dolores gives Erik a hug. Erik nuzzles himself against her chest, and she wraps her arms around him.
Dolores: I love Erik.
Robert: She hugged him like when you see your aunt or grandma or something.
Me: Kind of a maternal hug.
Robert: Very, yes.
Me: Okay, well, thank you so much to everybody. Please pay attention to all the messages that follow in this YouTube and thank you for joining us!