Me: Erik, how do you fetch people for these sessions? I guess fetch is more of a southern word; how do you get them. Is it about focusing on them with a certain level of intention like you talked about with the plates? How does that all work?
Erik: Yeah! You get the person’s name—but really it’s not the earth name that matters, but that’s what can link back to the soul name. You focus on it, and then all of a sudden you feel yourself being pulled. It’s almost like from your gut, like up under your ribs. Then, you’re speaking with them wherever they are, and you say, “Come with me!”
Me: Very cool.
Erik: That’s it. It’s very much like Star Trek.
Me: Beam me up Scotty! Is it kind of like, I mean, do most of them know what’s going on as far as what we’re doing here?
Erik: Yeah, by now, because what I’ve done is I’ve taken that list you’ve put together—I didn’t do it with everyone; I just did it with some of the pop culture celebrities—and I started telling them, ‘Hey, this is what we’re doing; I’m going to be talking to you soon.’ That’s working pretty well.
Me: Erik, were Jamie and I anything in a past life?
Erik: You’ve been business partners, friends and sisters
Me: Okay! Now, what color light do I send people to heal them? Do I send them blue or green or what? For instance, what color to I send to Dr. Doug’s hips, and what color do I send to my mom who has Alzheimer’s?
Erik: Well, if you’re not sure what to send, send them white light. For your mom, use blue and indigo.
Me: What about people who upset you? Can I just send pink light to their heart or green or something like that?
Erik: Let’s look at the way they’re upsetting you—
Me: Well, nobody really upset me. I rarely get upset except for a few instances of blog-related drama, but for example, let’s take Michelle. What color light can she send to someone who upsets her?
Erik: Yeah, yeah, in general. If somebody is attacking you, they’re throwing out these threads of energy and they’re kind of using it like a vampire, attaching to the other person’s energy. They want to tear it down, pull it apart and it makes them feel good to see the other person fall apart or get angry or get frustrated or confused. With that kind of interaction, either visualize or say in your head, “I cut all ties from this person. I am completely independent from this person energetically.” Then you surround yourself with white light, and you surround them with white light. Wrap ‘em like a mummy.
Me: Ah, good!
Erik: You’ll notice it’ll put their fire out; it won’t be causing a reaction in you anymore, and you’ll win. But if it’s just an honest hurt where that person is just being open—
Jamie: “Honest hurt,” I have never heard that!
Erik: Yeah, that’s where you’re completely being open, and you’re not trying to attack; you’re just trying to explain.
Erik: And you’re having these reactions that you don’t want, be it sad, angry, confused. That’s when you don’t need to cut ties; you just need to embrace them, like you said, Mom, in pink light. Pink, green, and then white is just the most beautiful combination.
Jamie (to Erik, laughing): You are just smiling so big, young man!
Erik: Well, it just feels really good.
Me: What about gold light? What’s that for?
Erik: Ah, golden light—very knowledgeable and very protective. So, if you want to protect somebody, let’s say they’re traveling to another country, and they may be going to have a hard time, then you can put gold light around them for protection.
I guess that’s enough Erik wisdom for one week. Have a great weekend everyone! Keep sending Lynette all the healing energy you can. I look forward to the conference call next Thursday!