I’ve been watching the DNC, and the chaos is deafening. Although I’m not a fan of Trump, Clinton or Sanders, I’m proud that Americans stood in protest when their voices were quietened by a rigged system. HRC was destined to win anyway, even if superdelegates were a nonentity, but people are sick of politicians on either side of the aisle acting like they know better than them. That’s what government has become to me. Big Brother patting us on the head, saying, “Don’t worry. You’re too stupid to think and do for yourself. We’ll run your life for you.” And they line their own pockets and stoke their egos with power at the same time. I’m wondering if this insurgency populace election cycle is what Erik was talking about long ago: a breakdown or at least a stripping down of government bureaucracy. Then comes the financial institutions and other corrupt entities that have built this house of cards. I remember him saying that the Indigo children are here to break down structures, and the Crystal children are here to rebuild the world into something beautiful, clean and pure. That sounds like a tall order and will likely take decades. I guess what I’m saying is that maybe this isn’t a bad thing. Maybe it’s time to clean house even if it means stirring up the dust so that we sneeze and cough. Maybe we’re just experiencing growing pains. Your thoughts?
As you ponder, check out these two short Best of Erik posts.
Me: Let’s see if we have time for one more question. Infants and young children: how do they appear to us when they cross over?
Erik: That depends on the spirit’s journey. If they died as an infant, they might choose to grow up with the family so as every year passes you’ll see them grow just like a human would. There are sometimes, though, like if they pass at age six, the next time you see them they look like a young adult. They’re coming across as who they naturally were. Others might pass when they’re 10 and want to reincarnate as a baby into the same family so they regress year by year for ten years. So, it’s different how you’ll be able to view them. What you really need to focus on is the connection of their name of how they were identified on Earth and their relation to you, and just accept that how they choose to present themselves is what they want and what they need to grow through.
Me: Well, when I cross over, are you going to be the Erik I remember or what do you want to do?
Erik: Oh yeah, yeah. I’m staying put like I am.
Me: Oh good!
Erik: I’ll make you a young mom when you get here.
Me: Get your industrial strength airbrush and Bondo ready.
Topic #2 (along the lines of my introduction)
Me: Suicide numbers are really increasing at an alarming rate. I wonder if some are subconsciously choosing to leave because they can help with the Shift more from the next dimension. Greater leverage there maybe?
Erik: They can. I bet it’s not related to the fact that they know they can help more once they die, but they know they just don’t want to go through it.
Me: Oh, I bet.
Erik: So, you know, they just get out a little early.
Me: Yeah, and leave us all to be in the foxholes by ourselves. Like rats leaving a sinking ship. Oh well; it’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it.
Erik: That somebody is us.
Me (heaving a deep sigh): I know.
Enjoy this praise for my sweet boy’s book, My Life After Death. Be sure to read it! You won’t regret it!
If there is only one book you read for the rest of the year, let this one be it. From the afterlife itself, Erik reaches through each word on each page and brings you into his personal journey and his experience of his own suicide and the afterlife. Fascinating, inspiring, and full of his typical humor and four-lettered charm, his vividly detailed and emotional story is a testament to the fact no one is ever “lost” and death is never the end. What began as such an isolated and tragic event for one family has since grown exponentially into a captivating story with the endless capacity to heal and inspire. This is one of those books that stays with you and directs you to the real things in life like love, family, and connecting with yourself and with others. You won’t be able to put this book down and even after it ends you’ll want to re-read it over and over and over again. It’s just beautiful.