Past and Future Shake Hands

Mark your calendars! Tuesday, March 5th, Erik and Jamie will have their monthly appearance on The Sean and Jen show from Soul Path Insights Radio. For those new to Channeling Erik, this is a national radio show aired on Transformation Talk Radio and WLBQ 1230. The hosts, Jennifer and Sean, will interview Erik through Jamie at 4 PM MST/5 PM CST. I’ll remind you Monday and also on the morning of the show. I’ve placed a banner on the top of the sidebar that you can click on to access the site.Here are the listening details.

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Me: Here’s another question form a blog member. He said is past and future lives already happened, and he can interact with them, and he said at the birthday parties—I don’t get that—they have there spirits shift between identities they have been—different races, genders, etc. So, that means we can both be and interact with other incarnations past and future I presume. What’s that like? Birthday parties? I don’t understand that part.

Jamie: I don’t either. Erik wants to know if this guy’s drinking.

Jamie and I giggle.

Me: Okay. Well, let’s just take the birthday part out of it. What’s it like to be able to interact with other incarnations of yourself Erik?

Erik: It’s really easy. It’s kind of like interaction with your inner voice and your emotions. You know, you don’t feel like they’re so far off from each other, but they have different viewpoints. It’s like that.

Me: Is it something like you see and go shake hands with somebody externally and talk to them or is it something internal?

Erik: No, it’s more of an internal connection.

Me: Wow.

Erik: Yeah, because if it’s more of, “Hey I see you; let’s go shake hands,” then why aren’t you running into yourself all the time? It can happen, but it’s very rare.

Me: Yeah.

Erik: It’s not so helpful to have that kind of face-to-face bluntness. That can throw someone into Whackyville.

Me: I guess so!

Jamie (laughing): Whackyville!

Me: Have you done that?

Erik: Yeah.

 

Me: Describe one of those instances.

Erik: Where I’ve gone into—

Jamie: He’s clarifying. (to Erik) Yeah, we wanna know what it was like when you went into the other life and how it was to connect to yourself.

Erik: Impressed.

Jamie laughs.

Me (sarcastically): Oh, of course.

Erik: I was! I was impressed that I was so intelligent and, um, that I had such a zest for life, you know, whereas here I was a little out of sorts.

Me (with sympathy): Aw.

Erik: So, it’s just so interesting to see how different your experiences are but yet it’s still you having them.

Me: Interesting. When was that in terms of earthly time?

Erik: Hm. It was after I passed.

Me: So, it’s in the future?

Erik: Yeah.

Me: Do you know a year and a place?

I can hear Jamie muttering letters under her breath.

Jamie: Uh, it’s a foreign name.

(Pause)

Jamie (singing): A-N-A-K-A-U-M. Anakaum, Anakaun? Something like that. A-N-A. Maybe it’s A-N-A-U-K-A-N. He keeps using the same letters, but they’re in a little bit of a different order, so I’m sure that I’m not spelling it right.

Me: Okay. What year is it or will it be?

I can hear Jamie muttering numbers under her breath.

Jamie: He’s counting generations, and he’s saying it’s five generations from now.

Me: Okay. What about a past incarnation? Have you interacted with a past one?

(Pause)

Me: And were you stupid?

Jamie (laughing hard): He gets such a kick out of that.

Erik: I’ve had lives where I’ve been—let’s not say stupid—but very basic.

Jamie: He’s talking about a life in Africa

Me: So, you interacted with that personality, that Erik personality in the past, and what did you think? What was it like?

Erik: I wondered why we all couldn’t be that simple anymore. It felt like I was in a completely different world, like a completely different planet.

Me: Interesting. Anything else before we go on?

Erik: Nah. I can bore you. I can bore you more with other lives.

Me: No, you can never bore me, Erik. Well, here’s another one. If we know our future selves and can be with them, even if mostly in an internal way, how does that work with free will? I mean, did you know how you would die when you incarnated, or was that unknown due to free will? And if your death was unplanned or unexpected before you incarnated, did that change you future self when you got back Home? Oh my god, that’s a tough one to wrap my mind around.

Erik: Um, they coexist. That’s like the same as, “How do I influence this person, myself, and still maintain free will?” You just do. That’s not even a question.

Jamie snickers.

Me: Well, did you know how you would die when you incarnated?

Erik: I knew it was going to be a short life, yes.

Me: Okay.

Erik: But I didn’t know how, no. That wasn’t part of it.

Me: So, the unknown, uh, or was that unknown due to free will? So, your free will crafted that method of death?

Erik: Yes.

Me: Okay. And if your death wasn’t planned or expected before you incarnated, did that change your future self when you went back Home?

Erik: No.

Me: What does that mean, exactly? I don’t understand what this person’s  asking here.

Erik: You know, if you didn’t plan that exit, and then you created that exit, does it screw your shit up when you get back to Heaven?

Me: Oh. Okay.

Erik: It doesn’t screw your shit up! That’s like saying there’s a cause and effect and punishment set up, and there’s not. It just is what it is, so nothing’s getting fucked over by your free will.

Me: Ah, I see! So, you didn’t know. You just signed up and said, “I want a short life. So, you wanted the struggles. You wanted the short life, then you wanted to go back Home to do what you’re doing now.

Erik: Yeah.

Me: And you probably didn’t want to struggle very long, because it’s so painful, but you wanted just enough struggle to, you know, gain the wisdom, compassion and soulfulness to better accomplish what your doing now. Is that what you’re saying?

Erik: Ching! Yeah.

Jamie (with a soft giggle): Ching.

Me: Hm?

Jamie (Laughing): I’m just—ching! It’s just funny hearing him say just strange noises, sounds. I think it’s rubbing off on me, because the other day I made a really funny sound, and my kids just stopped and looked at me, and I went, “It’s a sound effect, guys.”

Me: Ha!

Jamie: So, I thought, “Oh my god. Erik is teaching me bad habits!”

Me: Oh, no!

 

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  • Jason

    Didn’t Erik say in an earlier post that he wasn’t going to reincarnate?

    • Maybe he meant while I was alive?

      • L.A.George

        Or maybe it’s just ‘plans change’ as we choose…

      • JoAnn

        he had said he would,,,far into the future from now,,,don’t remember the post,,,just the information.

    • kami hendrix

      No, Erik meant that he wasn’t going to reincarnate INSTANTLY. 5 generations from now is a really long time, so he’s holding out for a while to get ages of work done and catching up to do with the people he’s waiting for here on earth.

      <3

  • Jason

    Question: We heard Joan of Arc say she wasn’t going to reincarnate. If, as I understand it, your current identity is eternal – that when you reincarnate your current identity stays in the afterlife, in tact – why wouldn’t you reincarnate? It seems like a win win to me.

  • Bashar108

    Its called Parallel Reality
    A future life is a different parallel reality.
    A past life is a different parallel reality.

    In physical sense, its possible, that the star system may not exist or maybe completely different between these two lives. This A-N-A-K-A-U-M maybe on an earth in a different parallel universe and a different parallel solar system altogether.

    Bashar , the channeler Daryl Anka’s future self exists in a parallel universe with no connection to ours in a timeline 300 years from their Grand shift or Dec 21

  • Maybe she meant she wasn’t going to reincarnate in this current lifetime of ours. Since past, present and future are all happening at once, then her life as Joan of Arc is happening now too, as are all her future lives, other past lives, etc. So, yeah, I think she means in terms of Earthly time, not now. Can’t be sure though. This time thing is tough for me.

    • Diane

      I am so confused. If Joan of Arc DIED, how can her life as Joan of Arc still be happening? That’s not even possible. That life ended when death occurred.

      • Nope. As Einstein realized, there is no Time. That’s just a human construct. Past, present and future are happening simultaneously.

      • Diane

        I’m not trying to be difficult. I know that you and others have stated that past, present and future are happening simultaneously. I’m trying very hard to understand this. But I feel my question wasn’t answered. If someone dies and we witness their death and burial… and years go by… their death is now labeled in the past. Every current day puts us in the present. The person who’s death we witnessed in the past cannot possibly be alive. Their Spirit is alive but not their human body. And I’m sure that many people witnessed Joan of Arc’s death. She was human. So how could she still be alive? Even if you say there is no time, her death, as well as many deaths, have been witnessed. Our past consisted of Humans. Humans age and ultimately face death. It’s the Spirit that lives on. If anyone else wants to Chime in… please do.

  • Nehaa

    Thanks for this Elisa but i have a doubt. I have read that our present decisions and choices shape up our future lives. Then how come if someone dies out of free will ( in other words commits suicide which was not planned) how come it doesn’t affect their future? And also there is a cause and effect everywhere, as i understand. What does Erik mean exactly?
    Thanks allot.

  • It probably has to do with the fact that past present and future are all happening at once. Patrick? Ashley?

  • Nancy Antia

    Elisa, I remember when Erik told us they have parties when it’s their birthday and that they change the way they look from say a nine year old caucasic boy to a middle aged black woman according to the different incarnations they’ve had. He said they do it for others to see it and that they enjoy it very much. The nine year old and the woman was just an example I’ve used, not Erik’s example but that was the message. I’m sure he said that.

  • steph k

    I recall reading a long time ago where Erik said he didn’t really want to come back/reincarnate but that he and Elisa would decide to do so together, in the future, to give it another go. I believe he even said it would be both of their last incarnations on earth. Hopefully my memory is serving me right, but I don’t know what post this was, its from a while back though, perhaps one of the beginning posts.

  • It is confusing and I can barely grasp it myself. Linear time is an Earth thing because we have to have cause and effect, we have breakfast, lunch dinner, we have actions that are linear that must be a part of the human experience. But in reality, time is like a stack of books. We’re now focusing on the book that is our current life. The other books are our past and future ones, but they’re not sequential. So Joan of Arc’s like as a martyr is one book–and we focused on that the in interview, and the other books are not. Another analogy Erik uses: imagine a wagon wheel. You are the hub and each spoke is that part of you living a life. All the spokes exist at the same time, but as the wheel rolls, it creates a linear track–the linear time we have on Earth. And think of sunrises and sunsets. That gives of the concept of time, but in space, the sun is not rising and setting. It’s presence is timeless. Hope that helps.