We had a great birthday for Arleen, although the party isn’t until this Saturday. Remember how I told you that she could channel Erik by making her “mind turn white?” Well, yesterday, she channeled a birthday message from him and he said, “I got you a present.” She asked what it was and he said, “One of my boogers.” Typical. Then she asked what Mimi (me) was going to give her and he said, “A waterslide.” He let the cat out of the bag, the little rascal! She had no way of knowing that on her own, because I had the box locked away where she couldn’t get to it. I hope everyone continues to nurture her gift and she develops it more and more as she gets older!
Apparently, Arleen isn’t the only child Erik communicates with. Here’s a story from Shruti, the organizer of the upcoming CE event in the U.K.:
Just sharing what Erik is up to today at this end of the world.
I was suppose to do trance channeling practice today at with Erik 5.30 am with Alison online as my practice buddy. But I forgot about it yesterday and didn’t set an alarm.
Got up at around 6.30am and realized had Erik visiting in my dreams. He showed me that the event day came but I forgot to do the arrangements. I felt really disappointed with myself in the dream. But still didn’t remember that I was suppose to do the trans channel practice today with him.
Then I got ready to go to work as usual. My husband was dropping me off to the rail station to catch the train to work and our daughter was with us. Just when I was about to reach the destination my daughter asked “Mummy, why is Erik mad at you today?”. I was pretty shocked when she asked this (She knows Erik is mummy’s friend and he is invisible but we hadn’t spoken about Erik in days). I said to her, I don’t know baby he did show me a bad dream today though. Then I got out of the car. Still didn’t remember I was suppose to practice channeling with him today.
While at work, Alison messaged me saying ” you were suppose to practice trans channelling Erik today with me in the morning, did you forget?”. And that’s when I remembered and all the clues fell into place.
It’s amazing how Erik can get my daughter to say all these things. He has done his before but today’s was very bizarre. He has got my daughter chanting bananas, bananas, bananas for a month now. She just randomly chants this and thinks it’s funny.
I already apologised to Erik for forgetting and we are going to do a session this Thursday.
Hope you have a good day.
Love and peace,
Pretty cool, right? Enjoy this Tuesday Best of Erik! This first ailment affects a lot of my family members.
Me: Oh, I forgot to ask you about another disease. What’s the spiritual basis for irritable bowel syndrome?
Erik: It’s about not being able to digest or process nurturing, usually.
Me: Oh, okay! Because they don’t feel deserving of it, or—
Erik: It’s not even that they don’t feel deserving. A lot of them will feel that they do, but they don’t understand what nurture is—what is caring and what is destructive. It’s more like a confusion about the definition of nurture.
Me: Ah, okay. What about people who’ve had strokes?
Jamie (giggling): Oh god, Erik just gives me this image of a sharpshooter from really far away, and they go, “Okay, he’s gonna have a stroke,” Ppppiiiuuunng!” They shoot him and the person has a stroke.
I chuckle, but I have no idea why.
Me: Good sound effects, Jamie!
Erik: It’s so instant; it’s so in the moment—
Me: Wait, are you talking about cerebral aneurysms or massive strokes?
Erik: Both, I guess.
Me: Okay, there are the strokes that can be pretty abrupt and fatal, but then there are also ones that come on slowly and don’t cause instant death.
Erik: A lot of it relates to a conscious level of being intelligent, being very knowing—Knowing the answers, knowing the way, knowing the direction—and then actively choosing to go against it and lose it all. This is just one of the lessons. Of course strokes and aneurysms can also just be quick exit points when the spiritual contracts are done.
Me: What about eye problems? Let’s take myopia or nearsightedness. I get the sense that part of it is about the fact that they’ve seen some horrible things in their past lives—maybe?
Erik: Yeah, a lot of it relates directly to the past lives on that one, Mom. You’re right.
Me: Okay. Any other spiritual basis for nearsightedness?
Erik: Well, in the current life, it would relate to taking your life for granted, not being grateful.
Jamie: Is that, uh, he’s showing me an eye condition that’s kind of gradual.
Me: Well, there’s farsightedness, glaucoma, cataracts, uh—
Jamie: No, I can’t understand what he’s saying, because I don’t recognize it but it starts with an “M.” Sounds like macaroni.
Me: Oh, macular degeneration?
Jamie: Yeah, that, that thing.
Erik: Yeah. That’s the one where you’re taking advantage of what’s around you. You’re not showing gratitude, and the lesson has been presented, presented, presented, but you don’t get out of that pattern. So then, the only kind of self-destruction that can occur is to gradually take the eyesight away so that you can’t see what you’ve taken for granted.
Me: Oooo. Yeah!
Erik: It’s a lesson in being humble.
Me: What about glaucoma? Is that kind of similar as far as a spiritual basis is concerned?
Jamie: Wow, he’s saying it has more to do with the brain!
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: It’s about the body not being able to regulate itself. A lot of that is due to the body getting old, like more of a natural process, but if it’s happening more in the younger person, they put too much pressure on themselves to achieve, to be, to meet a goal that is just completely outrageous and out of reach.
Me: Okay. Alright. And cataracts? Is that what you were taking about? More of a, you know, aging process, or—
Erik: It is. It is more of an aging process, but then again, if you look at younger people who have it, that’s a lesson about being humble as well. Thank god we have doctors and scientists that can get rid of ‘em.
Me: Yeah, I know. My great uncle was the one who invented cataract extraction and replacement.
Jamie: No way! That’s awesome! He says they scrape it out. Ooo that gives me the willies!
Me: Yeah, and Ignacio Barraquer, that was his name, along with his sons invented corrective eye surgery, corneal transplants and most of the surgical instrumentation involved. He operated on Greta Garbo, General Franco, the Shah of Iran, among others. Plus it was cool, because he had a lot of animals. I think a lot of people paid him in goats. He also had a couple of cheetah and a chimp. Interesting character. La Clinica Barraquer, at least the one in Barcelona, was designed so that Ignacio sat in the center and the operating rooms rotated around him. He’d do one surgery, then the next one would rotate to him.