Good news, peeps. Raylene and I just had our monthly Q&A with Erik, so I’m going to make it into a iMovie file, convert it to an mp4 file and then uploaded it to YouTube, so look for it in a few hours.
I’ve been on the low dose naltrexone so far for three days, and even though I started myself on a sub-therapeutic dose, I feel an increased sense of well-being. I think my endorphins have been rock bottom because of all the emotional and physical trauma I’ve had in my life. Also, the usual hip and shoulder pain I have toward the end of my sleep is almost gone.
Over the next couple of weeks, I’ll get up to the usual does which is 4.5 mg. By then, I’ll be able to report any other benefits or side effects. Instead of going through a compounding pharmacy and paying over $50 a month, I got a prescription for 50 mg Naltrexone, but it into 4 pieces, put it in an amber jar with 50 ml of distilled water, put it in the refrigerator and stirred it in a couple of hours. It makes a suspension, and every night, after 9 PM, I take it out of the refrigerator, stir it, and fill a syringe with the appropriate dose. Tonight, I’ll take 3 mg. Supposedly, you should take a one week vacation from it every three months. You can’t take it if you have active Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, if you’re on anti-rejection drugs for an organ transplant or are on opiates. The most common side effect is insomnia but only for the first week, and you can take a Benadryl at night if you need to. Be sure you talk to your healthcare provider before you do any of this.
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Here’s Erik second and final segment on playing with spirits.
Robert: Another thing is he’ll tailor [communication] to your personality. That’s how Erik is.
Erik: It’s not a one size fits all. It’ll be tailored to your personality yet still have my energy in it.
Robert: Like the bunny ears is playful and something y’all would find funny, but then for someone else, he might do the air humping or whatever, but it’s still all about play and being silly and goofy.
Robert: So it’ll be totally Erik’s energy and part of his personality, but it’ll be something that resonates with you. Most of the time when he chooses something that offends you or something, it’s because he’s trying to make you aware of something, but it’s never a malicious intent.
Me: Oh, no. Will people sometimes, if they pay attention, be able to hear him? Maybe it won’t be in his voice but will be in their own voice.
Erik: Absolutely. What we’re doing with all of this is building on things. The visual is a good start because most people are very visual. That’s why we start with the visual. Then what that can do is awaken other gifts that they have or other senses that are attached to those gifts. So the visual can be a starting point, then all of a sudden you can get a feeling, a feeling of what my energy is like. Actually, the only reason you’d know to go into the room to look for me is because it started with a feeling.
Me: Yeah, so that’s probably the foundation.
Erik: That’s the very foundation, but you’re not necessarily completely aware of that because it can be very abstract. The visual kind of connects the two. For human beings, everything in reality starts with an emotion. For a lot of beings in the Universe, it starts with an emotion that then creates a thought. Then that can create a visual and a lot of other things. I don’t want to get too much into that because it’ll pull away from what I’m trying to say. So you start with the visual and build on other things. The feeling will come that will then attach to that visual that will let you know what my energy feels like. Most people know anyway.
Erik: It’s pretty chill, but then it’s pretty crazy.
Erik: All that. Then words and things like that can come. For some people, it can be instantaneous. For other people, it may not. It depends on your personality. But I can tell you that if you’re always approaching it from a place of play like a child would approach it, then you’re more free to let those other gifts awaken more quickly or even simultaneously. If you’re approaching it from a pragmatic, analytical place, then it’ll probably go a lot slower.
Me: Oh, yeah.
Erik: It’s because you’re not approaching it as play.
Me: Well how can they distinguish between what you say, Erik, and their own thoughts?
Erik: Whether it’s me or anybody else in spirit, we’ll never say anything that will frighten you. So if there are thoughts that are fearful and like, “Oh, no. Don’t do that!” then that’s your shit. That’s not us.
Erik: If we’re ever bringing up something that may sound unpleasant, it’s never going to carry an energy of fear.
Me: Okay. And how else can they distinguish?
Erik: It’s usually not anything you’d ever think of.
Me: Yeah, especially where Erik is concerned! So it just comes out of left field and doesn’t feel like you “produced” a thought?
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: It’ll jump out at you and will either surprise you or will be something you don’t usually think of.
Me: Do you usually hear it in a certain place? Sometimes I think I hear Erik just behind my right ear. Maybe some people hear it in the center of their head or around their left ear or behind them.
Erik: For most human beings—
Robert: He’s correcting me. He said, “All human beings.”
Erik: –male energy is always on the right side.
Me: Oh, okay.
Erik: Female energy is usually on the left.
Robert: Okay. Well now I know why—stop it! You’re confusing me! Sometimes he throws things a lot of different ways, and then I’ll try to say it, but he’s like, “No, no, no. Wait!”
Me: Poor Robert.
Robert: My god! Argh!
He’s clearly flustered!
Robert and I laugh.
Me: He’s funny!
Erik: Here’s the thing. Whether you’re male or female, if people believe that males are this way and females are that way, the roles of each, then the male energy will show up on the right and the female on the left. But if a person is kind of a mix and very free of those standards, it may show up more in the center.
Robert: Well, that’s neat. It’s like you’re in between the two.
Me: In front of your face or in the middle of your head?
Erik: You’ll feel it everywhere in your head.
Me: Everywhere in your head. Oh, interesting.
Robert: He said—
Robert: Never mind!
He keeps laughing.
Me: Uh oh.
Robert (to Erik): Oh lord, you’re crazy. It’s something about being bisexual. I don’t know.
Me: I knew that was coming! I think I channeled that because I knew he was going to say something about that.
Robert: Yeah, yeah. It was something about sexual orientation or sex or something. The reason I laughed is because I’ll hear it and if I don’t say it right away, it’s like smoke. It just kind of fizzles away.
Me: Oh yeah. Yeah.
Robert: It’s kind of weird.
Me: Anything else before we close and go on to another exciting subject? This was wonderful. Everybody can have Playtime with Erik now!
Erik: What I’d like people to do, because you guys share such wonderful “Erik stories” when I prank you and things like that—
Me: Oh, yeah.
Erik: And by the way, that was my first lesson for everyone, teaching you how to play. That was my first lesson for play. This is another step to that. Some people have already gone to this step. What I’d like everyone to do is write it down, journal it. Maybe send it into my mom.
Me: Yeah! If you go to the homepage of the blog and go to the right hand sidebar, you have to scroll down, but you’ll see a button, “Share Your Story.” Click on it, fill out the form and you’re done. It’s easy.
Erik: Yeah, that’s another little thing. It helps you to connect with me and to build on the relationship we all have with each other.
Me: And Erik, you love when they send in the stories!
Erik: Oh, I fucking love it!
Me: Good, so do it, people! All right. Sounds great. Anything else before we close?
Erik: Nah, Mom. I’m good.
Me: Okay, love you both!
Erik blows me a big kiss.
Me: Talk to you in a little bit! Bye, everybody!