Death

Welcome New Visitors

Welcome New Visitors

Dear Reader, Although Erik sometimes paints a rosy picture of the afterlife, time and time again he stresses that suicide is not the answer to one’s problems. If you struggle, please understand that the information in my blog and my books is no substitute for professional help. Please click here for a list of resources…

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Death and Reincarnation

Death and Reincarnation

Update on the kids: Lukas has a new girlfriend, Vivian. She’s very spiritually knowledgable and sweet. I look forward to getting to know her better. He starts back at Texas A&M in a few weeks as a Geoscience major with a minor in chemistry. Smarty pants. Kristina loves her job as chief anesthesiologist at a…

Knowing it’s Your Time

Knowing it’s Your Time

The air is so freaking dry here that I’m having a hard time reading things like emails, comments and Facebook messages. That’s because I have pretty bad astigmatism. I guess what I’m hinting at is if you guys could keep the emails, etc. to a minimum until I’m back in Houston, that would be really…

Is Heaven a Snoozer or a Trip?

Is Heaven a Snoozer or a Trip?

When Erik describes Heaven, I react differently depending on the state of affairs in my life. If the shit’s hitting the fan, I’m like, “Sign me up. Let’s get a first class ticket for Mama E!” But when I’m loving life as I have recently, I’m more hesitant. The thought of having no contrast sounds, well,…

Erik on Grieving, Part Two

Erik on Grieving, Part Two

Wow, I sure did get a lot of positive feedback about the Chaga mushroom tea. A lot of you want to know the products I bought. Here they are:  Salem Botanical Chaga Tea (cup a day) Mushroom Science Chaga capsules (two a day) Maine Chaga Face and Body Cream by My Berry Organics (morning and night)…

Suicide and Loss, Part Two

Suicide and Loss, Part Two

I have a question for you guys. What kind of reality TV show would you watch with Jamie, Erik and I in it? There are so many possibilities, so I want your input! Ponder that after you read Part Two of Three of the Suicide and Loss series.  Me: All right. How do you know if it…

Suicide and Loss, Part One

Suicide and Loss, Part One

I heard the webinar class with Jamie had a big turnout and was great. I’m glad you guys enjoyed it. It’s amazing how some of the things she teaches can have such a powerful effect on our lives. Today, I’m busy as cr*#. I’m being interviewed on a radio show today at 5:00 PM and I…

Motherhood

Motherhood

First a few announcements. You will notice soon that the archives have changed. Instead of listing them by month and year, they’ll be listed by title. That will make it easier to cherry pick the posts you want to read. Also, I finally figured out how to make the Lisa Williams channeling event into an audio only YouTube…

The Death of Children

The Death of Children

A lot of us have lost children, and, as I can attest, the pain is especially excruciating. To make matters worse, the healing seems to take longer than when we lose other family members or friends–not always, but generally. As for my journey through grief, this blog and especially the upcoming book has done a lot…

Why People Take Their Lives

Why People Take Their Lives

Here I am way up above the tree line in Norway where Internet access is spotty and very expensive. For that reason (plus the fact that I’m on vacation) I’m only going to post three days a week. Got to tend to the moose and trolls, after all. It’s so peaceful and pristine here. So…

Bittersweet Sunday

Bittersweet Sunday

Yesterday was a brutal day. A bittersweet one. We finally cleared out all of the yellow crime scene bags (and there were a lot of them) from Erik’s closet. In a way it was a relief, but I still had to cry because now I’ve let go of the last physical part of him. I…

Annika’s Poem and Erik’s Prank

Annika’s Poem and Erik’s Prank

Less than two years after Erik’d death, his younger sister, Annika, wrote a poignant poem for high school. Its depth belies her young age. She was only 15 years old. I’ve also included the explanation her English teacher required for the assignment. Note: “Red Hands” are a metaphor for her sense of guilt, something all…

Audie Herron

Audie Herron

I know I said I wasn’t going to post anything until January 2nd, but I’m sorry to report that a dear friend and long time member of the Channeling Erik Facebook group has died. Audie Herron was truly a special soul. Please send your love and healing energy to him wife and the rest of his…

The Death Penalty

The Death Penalty

I’m putting myself on a limb here because this is a very controversial topic. I wonder if knowing that we are all eternal beings influences opinions out there, but that being said, the jury is still out for me.  Me:  So, what about the death penalty and it’s consequences? What do you think about it, Erik? Erik…

Call for Aborted Suicide Attempts

Call for Aborted Suicide Attempts

Hey all, I was contacted by a producer of a reality show who is considering using an “Erik story” for an episode. Of course this is a long shot, but I would love it if you can share a time when Erik may have literally prevented you from committing suicide and whether you’d be willing…

Best of Erik: To Be or Not to Be

Best of Erik: To Be or Not to Be

Since Robin William’s death, a lot of people have been wondering about why he made the decision he did. Personally, I think a lot of comedians, including Robin, Richard Jeni and others, have their dark side, and feeling lost and sad compels them to balance their lives with humor. Let’s revisit the suicide issue again….

Best of Erik: Erik’s Death, Part One

Best of Erik: Erik’s Death, Part One

This part of the channeling transcript was not at all easy for me. The graphic memories, the heartache, the sense of loss, it all flooded back to me like a tsunami of dread and despair. For that reason, I’ve transcribed just a portion of Erik’s description of his death. The heart can only endure so…

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