I know you’re all busy burning hotdogs and hamburgers, but take a break between beers and read what Erik has to say about these two topics. I’d edit this, but Erik will probably only tweak it to my embarrassment again. Plus, my beer is getting cold, dammit.
Me: Erik, do you have any incarnations, in terms of the earthly timeline, in the present or the future?
Erik: Say what?
Me: Do you have any incarnations?
Erik: Happening right now?
Me: Yes. Now or in the future.
Erik: You know what I’m about to say.
Me: I know, I know, but in terms of earthly time! I know there’s no time, but…
Erik: Oh, so I gotta look at it’s linear like you guys are seeing it?
Me: Wait, so that was your last life?
Erik: No. I just don’t have any in this timeframe right now.
Me: Oh, that makes sense.
Erik: I have other lives happening, but they’re just not in this era.
Me: Oh. They can be in the past. Is that what you mean?
Jamie (giggling): He keeps showing me images of him being a really thin samurai—the black hair pulled back in a ponytail, this kind of sash thing across his chest with leather straps. I think he has a bag he’s carrying on his back. I don’t see him with a sword or anything but that’s the image he keeps giving me.
Me: Well, he does have this Samurai sword replica that he used to love.
Jamie: You’re kidding!
Me: Yeah. He used to scare Lukas with it. When their bedroom door was closed, he’d slide it back and forth underneath the door. Lukas was really little at the time.
Jamie laughs really hard.
Erik: I know!
Me: Erik, you say you can change the past, and channeled entities like Seth say it’s changing constantly. So, what happens to the old past? Is it just erased? I knew that your soul remembers each of its lives, but if they change, is it the previous version that they remember. What’s the point of doing anything if it can so easily disappear?
Erik: If you’re doing that kind of past life work to heal it and mend it doesn’t change it for everybody involved. It just changes it for you. You’re healing it energetically, not physically. The physical part has already been created and done and exists.
Me: Ah, I see.
Erik: We don’t get to erase things and redo like on a chalkboard. But we do get to re-talk them and energetically shift them. So you are remembered by the other people who are who experienced you in the past, but the way you react to it is not that same way anymore. You’ve mended it; you’ve healed it; you’ve changed the actions. It’s a personal feed.
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: We can’t screw with other people. We can only screw with screw with yourself.
Jamie (giggling): The way he said it was really funny.
Me: Aw, Erik.