Just a heads up, guys. The first small group channeling conference calls are as follows:
Open to any and all blog members: 1/10/12
Open to grieving parents or close relatives who wish to talk to a deceased loved one: 1/24/12
Remember Jamie and Erik can only handle a very small number of people for both of these groups, particularly the second one, so register as soon as you can. It’s also not too early to register for the Channeling Erik Weekend of F*#@king Enlightenment in Atlanta this March. I’ll be there. Hope you will too!
Me: In terms of distance, what are the nearest extraterrestrial beings to Earth? I don’t’ think there’s distance there, is there?
Jamie (giggling): He goes, um, he points his finger randomly in my room and goes, “Right over there.”
Me: Oh yeah. So there’s really no distance, right?
Me: Okay. So, we’ll go on to the next one, then. How does one plan one’s contract?
Erik: How does one make a blueprint?
Me: Okay, so a drafting board and a little compass and—
Erik: Yep. Create it yourself; design what you like; follow through.
Me: Obviously your soul family helps and probably your guides, etc., right?
Erik: Yeah. Oh, absolutely! I mean, it’s a big decision, so you don’t really do it by yourself.
Me: Mm hm!
Me: Is that all?
Jamie: Yeah. I mean he’s just smiling at me. I know there’s more to it, but he said it’s just—
Erik: In simpleton words, that’s it!
Me: M’kay. That’s going to be a very short entry. I guess I’ll just have to eliminate it, so—
Erik: Don’t eliminate it! People enjoy the beauty of a short, direct answer.
Me (sounding resigned): No, it’s okay. I’ll just combine it with something else.
Erik: Mom! You don’t have to meet a quota of 200 words or more!
Me: No, it’s like—no, I mean I have to—NO. That’s lame! God, Erik! C’mon! Do they go into some special room, um—
Erik: No. Why does it have to be all fireworks? No. You create what you wanna learn. You can draw from all the lives that are happening at once.
Me: Mm hm.
(Finally some elaboration. I hold my breath)
Erik: You look at where you’re going, and you format it. Then you talk to someone who might say, “Oh, that’s bullshit. That’s too much,” or “That’s too little,” or “Look at that.” You know, like a counselor.
Erik: And you think about it yourself. But ultimately it’s your game, your decision. YOU hit the Go Button.
Me: Okay. And then do you—then what do you do? Then you take that contract and you, you know, decide to reincarnate and how do you reincarnate? How long after making your contract do you reincarnate?
Erik: Oh, you can go right away; you can go later; you can pick another timeframe. It doesn’t matter. It’s not linear. You gotta remember.
Me: Oh, that’s right. Doggone it. I keep forgetting that. Ah, it sucks to be human sometimes! All right, so how do you reincarnate? Squeeze yourself into a little body?
Erik (in a girlie voice with a slight lisp): You stand up on a cloud—
Me: Set aside your harp. Get your deposit back for it.
Erik: — and you fall from the sky—
Erik: No, there are different ways.
Me: Really. Do you do a triple twist, tuck and pike, then win a gold medal? C’mon, Erik! Toss me a bone here.
Jamie: You can get him laughing so hard! It’s funny.
Erik: It kind of depends on how you’re coming into your reincarnation—
Jamie (to Erik): Depends on. Thank you.
Erik: How you come into your reincarnation depends on how your life is going to be in the womb and what, you know, part of your lessons are, but always, when you’ve decided that this is what you’re doing, you often become a guide to the mother or the father and you kind of follow them for some time. You get to know them and what they’re doing. And when the whole life system starts and the mom becomes impregnated, you know, choice one, option one begins. You can, uh, you know, shrink your energetic body and enter into the womb and become part of the cell cluster and the divisions and the whole making of the body. I have to tell you that shit’s intense! It’s only for the extreme. You can become kind of like an attached spirit into the mom’s body, the energetic body and not enter into the body, the energetic body, the fetus until it CAN sustain life. So, we’re looking at, what, 24 to 28 weeks? So, the little spirit is kind of next to the belly. Then there are those who don’t enter in until birth.
Me: Okay. What’s easiest?
Erik: Most common? I don’t think there’s anything that we can say is easiest or hardest—
Jamie (to Erik): Yeah, you said the first one was harder.
Erik: Okay, the cell cluster one is hardest. The most common is being attached til around the third month and then going into the body, but then you immediately build am energetic cord. It’s just that you’re not completely integrated into that little body.
Me: Okay. Interesting. Does it hurt?
Erik: No, it’s just very, very, very small.
Me: It must be hard to be so dense, you know? Do you have to lower your vibration?
Erik: What’s crazy, yeah, you do lower your vibration, but it’s the—
Jamie (to Erik): What do you mean?
Erik: You focus on trying to grow the energy— the amount of force it takes to grow.
Me: Grow physically?
Erik: Yeah. The rapidness. You already come in with your little personality. You already have emotional value. It’s not like you learn that in the womb. You already got it, and so it’s trying to manage those things and focus on growing the body.
Jamie: I feel like I have an old science reel playing in my head where cells divide and, you know, bump, bump, bump, and it’s on fast-forward. It’s interesting.
Me: Okay. All of this is so interesting. Thanks Erik!