Since the first post is so short and the second one seems to be a good segue, I’m giving you another two-fer.
Me: How do know that you’re one of the rare people whose suicide is their predetermined exit point or one of those who are not?
Erik: There are a lot of people on Earth that kill themselves to say, “Fuck you” to a lover or “Fuck you” to a job or the government. It happens.
Me: Well, what percent of the cases is it their destiny like part of their contract as it was in your situation?
Erik: Most of them it’s in their contract, so 75% maybe. There are so many, in this nation and across the world that do it for the wrong reason.
Me: Wait, I thought you said before that 70% or so were not supposed to do it, like it wasn’t their destiny.
Erik: Yeah, you’re right. I meant the opposite. Reverse that.
He must not have had his coffee today!
Me: Now, this one guy says, “I feel like I’ve achieved my life’s purpose. I’m tired and I just want to go Home.” Does this sound like it’s his destiny?
Erik: Yeah. They’re done. They’re not doing it to jab someone, to rob someone of something, to say, “Fuck off.” They’ve done everything that they’ve willingly wanted to do and go check out. You know it’s sad that he doesn’t want to stick around and play. There’s so much to play with.
Me: Why do some people choose that? Why couldn’t they put in their contract to get run over by a bus? Certainly that’d be easier for their family and friends.
Erik (with just a touch of sarcasm): Yeah, that bus death is certainly better.
Jaime bursts out laughing.
Me: Yeah, I know. But what about having the contract to just have a heart attack or die in their sleep of a stroke.
Erik: No, but Mom that robs the person of having the conversation and the challenge of life and death.
Me: Ah! True.
Erik: If it’s going to be their decision, they need to sit down with it.
Me: Okay. Anything else on that?
Me: This blog member writes, ”We can’t imagine how special and meaningful all of our lives on Earth are, even the mundane or “bad” ones. Frequently it’s all good, and yet spirits you channel seem regretful about what they learned or didn’t learn and are sometimes resentful of the people that let them down. As someone who’s made many, many mistakes in this life and let people down myself, I guess I want to know if there’s forgiveness for those of us who support others poorly, who weren’t very loving or compassionate or conscious on the individual soul level. When does that forgiveness mainly come into play at the higher level from beings closer to Source? Erik has mentioned his disappointment in classmates and friends who weren’t very honest and loving, so I imaging other spirits are the same, even when they return Home. At the same time, I think many of us did poorly out of ignorance of how to be better.” I don’t remember you complaining about those people when you passed away. Do you know what he’s saying?
Erik: Yeah. Overall, that forgiveness that you’re looking for is going to come from yourself. I mean, God Source is loving you no matter what you’re doing whether you think it’s good or whether you think it’s bad—your own judgment in your own fucked up way. You don’t get there and go, “Oh, he’s so happy I was an asshole!”
Jamie (to Erik): You should do that more often. That’s funny! It’s like old Jewish, nasally—it’s kind of bad to describe it that way, but it was really, really nasal. (Giggling) I don’t think I’ve ever heard that before. Funny. “Oh, he was so happy I was an asshole.”
Erik: It doesn’t work that way and it’s a spirit talking about their own regret and sorrow for how they behaved on Earth, that’s their own journey. No one here is going to go, “Eh, they didn’t do it right. They’re going to get punished.” There’s no punishment system, and then people think, “Ah, I can do whatever I fucking want. I can leave when I want; I can come when I want; I can destroy.” Nah you can’t, cuz watch, you will feel like a piece of shit for a really fucking long time.
Me: Wait. When you get over there?
Erik: Yes. The clarity you get when you arrive over here, it will fuck with your soul, man. So go ahead. Misbehave. Go against what you feel is right for you or best for you and then see how it feels when you get here.
Me: But I thought there was no space for negative emotions.
Erik: You can have them for yourself, Mom. They’re not passed around like some disease like they are on Earth, you know, “I’m going to guilt you into doing this. I’m gonna punish you for saying that.” That shit doesn’t exist here. But if you wanna feel guilty for something that you’ve done, go ahead. We’re not going to tell you that you have to feel a certain way or behave a certain way.
Me: Well it’s still a negative emotion.
Erik: Yeah, and it’s really hard to maintain that emotion here.
Me: Ah. So you’re in a lower vibrational frequency when you have those emotions over there, and when you unattach yourself, disconnect yourself from those emotions, you’re in a higher vibrational frequency?
Erik: Yeah. Yeah. Think of it as a weight lifter. You know, those big, beefy, hunky men.
Jamie and I burst out in laughter.
Me: Gross. I hate that.
Erik: They lift up those gigantic weights, you know, and they can’t hold onto them forever. So, that’s the imagery you can have for the difficulty in handling the denser vibrations in Heaven, in this higher dimensional plane. And again, higher doesn’t mean better.
Erik: So stop, people. Stop your judgments.
Me: I love your analogies. They’re so awesome, Erik. That’s what makes you such a good teacher.
Jamie (whispering): I know! I know!
Me: Is she saying that or are you saying that?
Jamie: I said that.
Me: I thought he was breaking his arm, patting himself on the back
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