It’s All so Moving

Not only am I addicted to my precious eBoard, but, as you can tell, I’m also addicted to polls. Let’s try this one:

Me: You said one time that hanging on to negative emotions was like gripping onto greased monkey bars. There’s just no space for it, right, like oil and water?

Erik: Correct.

Me: Okay. Well, let’s go on to movement, then. Tell me how you move.

(Pause)

Jamie (smiling): He’s NOT a good dancer!

Me: Oh, god no. He was awful!

Jamie: He’s standing up; he has his hands up on the back side of his head and he’s shaking his head. Looks like what a 2 or 3-year-old kid would do to get a laugh.

I laugh. (So it worked)

Jamie: He’s being really goofy about it.

(Pause)

Jamie (waving her hand at him): Sit down!

Erik: Movement. Okay, if you’re watching, you have to get the image of cars, planes, boats, scooters, skates—all that out of your head, and also the concept of walking. Remember you’re stuck in the belief that time is linear so you have to make a process and a plan to get from point A to point B. Here, we don’t have to do that. We can just moooove into point B without making any plans. If you can create it and manifest it in your energetic body, then you’re going to go there. You can see it, think it, direct yourself there, you arrive. So, movement transcends space and time. That’s why it’s so easy to go home, and also if somebody’s thinking of me in Arizona or in Jamaica, then I can just take off, just like that, and the following, what you would call a second, I would be in a different location.

Me: Saves on frequent flyer miles I guess!

Erik: Hey, it saves on our natural resources, too.

Me: That’s true. That’s true.

Erik: GO GREEN!

Jamie and I giggle.

Me: Where all can you go?

Jamie: Where do you go, Erik?

Erik: All over! You can go to the places you know of in the life you just left such as home, your friend’s house. You can travel to other countries that you’ve never been to, but here’s the catch—

Jamie listens, then laughs.

Jamie: He’s rubbing his hairless little face and going “Ummm, uhhh” and he’s tugging at his t-shirt.

Erik: You don’t have to just stick to the (air quotes) timeframe that you just left. You can also check into your other lives—past lives, future lives, however you wanna do that, right? So you can end up in those places or current places or you can end up in any other place in the world, but then—here we go—we also have—

Jamie (to Erik): Who’s “we”?

Erik: “We” is every living being, the collective whole. We also have access to other planets in other locations that we can communicate with and travel to. We’re not just shut off to ourselves.

Weird wording, but…

Erik: It’s not like when you’re living on Earth, not having access to people on, you know, X galaxy, um, the galaxy in X universe. We, in spirit, have an understanding that there are interdimensional races, and we have ways of communicating and exchanging—

(Long pause)

Jamie: Lifetimes. He used the word “lifetimes,” and I was like, ‘What do you mean?’

Erik: You would call it reincarnation, recycle.

What the hell does that have to do with the whole communicating and exchanging bit?

Me: So, you travel just by thinking, basically, right?

Erik: Yes, manifesting it within your body, whether it’s your head or your heart, and then you arrive.

Me: Well, there’s a component of time in that: Think and THEN it happens.

Erik: Yeah, there’s only a component in it because I have to rely on this stupid fucking English language that has sentence structure, therefore I have to give it to you in some sort of framework or else it’s just Jell-O.

Me: Jell-O! Well, I think we should end off on that word, because that just makes all sorts of sense!

Jamie laughs at my sarcasm.

HAPPY NEW YEAR, EVERYONE!

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