Channeling Heath Ledger, Part Two

Me: Can you tell me a little about your transition?

Heath: Aw, it was very peaceful. And it was totally unintentional. I had no comprehension that what I was doing would lead to death.

Me: Yeah.

Heath: I’m quite disappointed in myself, but in that state of mind—the lack of sleep—I’m sure you, as a mother, can sympathize with what I’m saying, of having that lack of sleep and believing you’re making sound decisions when actually they’re quite poor.

Me: Can you describe your surroundings and thoughts once you realized you had died?

Heath: I had two simultaneous reactions. One was sheer gratitude. It is bizarre to imagine that that would come across my mind—to be so grateful to be removed from the sleeplessness, the anxiety, the noise in my head. I wouldn’t necessarily call it communication. I wasn’t doing it as clearly as we’re doing it now. But it was noise. So there was that moment of sheer gratitude, and what followed afterwards was that classic feeling of ‘What have I done?’ But I was quickly immersed in love from family members who were there for me, and this didn’t allow me to dwell on my fears or worries.

Me: Do you think your death was your destiny?

Heath: No. I feel it was a true bobble.

Jamie: I don’t recognize that word.

Me: Sounds British. I’ll look it up later, but it probably means a mistake.

Heath: Yes, that’s it.

Me: Tell me more about your afterlife. What do you do there, and what does it look like?

Heath: First I enjoy watching over my daughter. I have huge regrets that I’m not there for her. I would have given up my career—everything— knowing what I know now—just to be the father. But my afterlife is simple, not doing much, not holding on to that celebrity flag as some do after they cross over.

Me: Yeah.

Heath: It’s about me watching over her.

Me: Okay. Can you describe your surroundings?

Heath: They look a lot like where I grew up and where my daughter lives and travels.

Me: That makes sense. Did you gain any new insights given your new perspective in the afterlife?

Heath (chuckling and readjusting his jacket): What did I gain? I definitely gained the value of a human life. It’s more fragile than we think, because we have this false sense of security and this false sense of control. But really, we just become great puppeteers.

Me: Oh, yes, that’s true. Were you here to learn or teach anything?

Heath: I did have a lot of struggles with intimacy, opening up, being honest and willing to be loved. I feel I didn’t come in to be some star and set a huge example for others. I really came to have a life that I loved and to learn how to accept love. Many people, when they fall in love and kind of crest over that hump of ecstasy, past the exploration, right when you’re about to hit that steady groove, that’s when I would—

Jamie (giggling): I don’t know that word either! It’s like waddle or waggle; it means unstable.

Me: Maybe wobble.

Heath: Yes, that’s when I would become unstable and want to pull back or sabotage it. That was my moment of learning, but I don’t feel that I achieved that lesson completely.

Me: Aw.

Heath: But I’m going to try and make sure that my daughter does.

Jamie: Wow, he’s really smitten by her!

Me: Aw, yeah, she’s a lovely little girl.

Jamie: He’s just so quick to talk about her.

Me: So, were you here to teach anything?

Heath: I’d be very pleased if people actually learned something from me, but it wasn’t a conscious effort on my part to teach anything.

Me: So there was nothing in your spiritual blueprint for you to teach?

Heath: Yes, not in this lifetime.

Me: Okay. Any regrets, Heath?

Heath: Just the fact that I’m not being a father to my daughter. 

Enjoy this telling video of Heath where he talks about being a father and about his views on death. Note how exhausted he appears!

For those of you who can’t play embedded videos, here’s the URL:

http://youtu.be/RnQRv9YmRZc

Heath Ledger

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  • He was an awesome actor, and he seems like an advanced soul. Isn’t it interesting that the only regrets people have is that they aren’t with family? It’s not about career!

    • That is very true. One of the executives in my former company said that when you are on your death bed you will not be saying you regret not typing up that last contract or making that last deal it will be I wish I would have spent more time with my significant other, my son, my daughter, grandparents, etc. Very wise, very true. I try to remember that when I feel like being a hermit and being alone instead of running this or that errand with or for family, or wanting to rush to do XYZ instead of hanging out a little bit longer – sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt… but I strive for it work all the time because I know those will be my only regrets.

      • Tracy Lamont

        Yep, you never hear, ‘I wish I’d spent more time in the office’…

      • Patrick

        Unless they sold office supplies……

        This has been mentioned by more than a few well known people now…they talk about family a lot, don’t they? Not career, money, fame, influence or anything like that…it’s their family that matters. Hey humanity….hint, hint.

      • Pete Janssen

        Won’t “the shift” change all that anyway? A refocusing on relationships, less working at a mundane job, more time as a community?

      • Patrick

        Yes and yes, however “the shift” has two aspects: physical changes and our responses. I expect much general improvement however more time as a community remains a choice we will be offered. I have great faith the majority will choose wisely but the Lady Never Accused of Bulimia hasn’t picked her song much planned when to start singing.

      • I hope the shift does push is away from our commercialism and the pressure to be superficial. I wonder though, if we’re truly ready for that yet. It does make me realize that I should be spending more time with friends and family.

  • speaking of the shift, this is a wonderful little video that explains what many of us have been experiencing

    • Tracy Lamont

      Loved the video. I’m afraid I’m nowhere near sign 5 – changing eating habits and starting to eat more healthily!

      It made me think of this song by Coldplay.
      ‘When I was a young boy I tried to listen…’, ‘little white shadows, sparkle and glisten…’

      I think Chris Martin was maybe very open to his spiritual side when he was a boy. I feel it is apparent in many of his song lyrics.

      Have a look at this one – with lyrics – and see what you think…

  • JaneG

    What a beautiful person.

  • Priscilla Hotzman

    Yea he seems tired and out of it in that video, and a little thin. I want to unfasten his pony tail and give him a pillow.

  • Su

    So beautiful how much he loves his daughter.
    What I dont understand is that when accidental deaths happen like this, isn’t this when guides or angels are supposed to step in and help? I’ve read so many stories of lives thathave saved at the last minute by divine or miraculous help from the othr side. I know Buddy Holly talked about different exit points or choice points when we choose to leave but it just seems strange when someone like Heath clearly wanted to live to be with his child and nobody stepped in. Maybe there’s more to it than we know. I feel like stamping my feet in protest!!

  • cc

    I really loved him in 10 things I hate about you.
    Please answer to Su’s comment.I also want to know the answer to that.I also wondered about it too.
    SU
    What I dont understand is that when accidental deaths happen like this, isn’t this when guides or angels are supposed to step in and help? I’ve read so many stories of lives thathave saved at the last minute by divine or miraculous help from the othr side. I know Buddy Holly talked about different exit points or choice points when we choose to leave but it just seems strange when someone like Heath clearly wanted to live to be with his child and nobody stepped in. Maybe there’s more to it than we know. I feel like stamping my feet in protest!! “”

  • kira

    so is there such thing as heaven and hell??

    • Keep reading through the archives to find out more. There is no Hell, but there is a Heaven along with an infinite number of other dimensions.

  • Margaret

    None of the videos are available? Neither the embedded, nor the you tube link….. sorry I missed it.

    • Damn YouTube probably took it down. What ever happened to free speech?

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