Quick note: I will be attending my daughter, Annika’s, college graduation on Thursday so I won’t be on the radio show, but fear not, Kim will take over my role (which is pretty insignificant anyway) so we’re definitely a go.
Sorry this is so short, but I have nothing intelligent to say! Enjoy this Best of Erik.
Me: What happens energetically when a soul has had a near death experience then comes back into the body?
Erik: That’s when, um, the soul doesn’t separate from the physical body.
Me: So you don’t have that cellular sparking going on.
Jamie: Sorry. He’s giving images.
Erik: Correct. What there is a separating of is, uh, there is an out of body experience, and they travel dimensionally back Home. They’re allowed to journey and see what’s going on. Because it’s not the best and appropriate moment for them to be deceased, then they are guided back to the body and pushed back in.
Jamie: Nice. Pushed back in. Shoved.
Me: Like those Japanese when they’re shoved into the subways. Not comfortable!
Me: Hey, get back in there! But they’re still attached cellularly in the opposite way that they are in death at the level where the sparks happen, right?
Erik: Yeah, right.
Me: So when they travel to the other dimension, to Home, and their soul is attached to other cells, I don’t get that visual.
Erik: The soul leaves the body, but it doesn’t become a spirit. It’s kind of how you have an out of body experience. The only difference between out of body experience and, um, a near death experience is that there is a team, there is someone who is measuring the physical body and stating that the heart is no longer beating, the breath is no longer occurring, so they’re pronounced dead. But there is a cord and connection.
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: And that connection to that body is not released.
Me: And the out of body experience, you obviously still have the vital signs, and there’s still a cord, but on a cellular level in both cases. That’s what I’m trying to understand. How are they connected to the cells? In the NDE, is the soul not connected to the cells?
Erik: In the case of an out of body experience the soul is always connected to each cell, but in the case of an NDE, it actually depends on what kind of trauma or stress the body is in. If the body is deprived of oxygen, then there’s already a chemical reaction that the body is going into where the energy is pulling out of. If it’s a bleed out, it’s different. If it’s, you know, trauma to the head, that’s different too. You know, the chemical process in the body will help dictate what cells are going to stay in contact with the soul and what cells aren’t.
Erik: But overall, if you want less detail, you explain it this way: Even in the near death experience, you still have a cord. You’re still corded to the body.
Me: So only in true death are you not corded?
Erik: Yeah. You’re completely separated There’s no way you’re slamming your soul back in your body.
Me: It’s like a cell phone. No cord.
Erik: Yup. Cut the cord, but you can still communicate.
Me: Exactly. And I’m so glad.