Weight Issues

Our trip to visit Kristina, Houston and Gidget was such a success that it was hard to leave! My stomach was in knots at the passenger drop-off because I knew I’d miss them so much. I hate goodbyes. To top it off, I was a little nervous for Bella. She’s such a small dog that I worry whether her little bladder will hold out for the trip, and this was only her second flight experience. To make matters worse, a strong front was approaching so the flight was going to be delayed by two hours! Gulp. Because she’s considered an emotional support dog, she was able to sit on my lap most of the flight and I was allowed to walk her around on her leash in both airports. She got so many “Oos and Ahs and Aws and She’s adorable” comments. Everyone wanted to pet her. When we got to Houston, I rushed to the nearest pet relief station and she had the longest pee I’ve ever seen. She held it for 10 hours. I was pretty surprised by the weather in Houston. It was 32 degrees with a real feel of 17, much colder than the 46 degrees in North Carolina. This morning, I’m enjoying a nice cozy fire in the fireplace. I love cold weather and cold weather clothes. Why am I in Houston??

By the way, you guys should check out the latest entry in Erik’s Australian blog courtesy of Alison Ailfinn Allan. Click HERE to read it!

Enjoy Part One of our series on weight issues! Raylene Nuances channeled Erik for this one, and she’s very good. I recommend you book a session with her before the word is out even more on just how talented she is! Thanks so much, Raylene, for transcribing this for me! (I know it can be a bitch, believe me!) To reserve a spot, click HERE!

Raylene: Hello.

Elisa: Hi, Raylene. How are you doing?

R: Doing good. How about yourself?

E: Good. I’m so happy to have this session with you—would you like to introduce yourself to the… the people out there in TV land?

R: I would, I would. Thank you. Hello everybody, my name is Raylene. I am a medium. I work with Erik and I work with my spirit team as well. I have a website—angelmedium7.com you can go there to schedule any session. That’s the number 7, not the spelling seven.

E: Good point.

R: Yeah.

E: Alright, I’ll put that in the links list then… Angel medium dot… I mean 7 dot com. Okay, that’s great.

R: Erik is really excited everybody. He’s hyper today. He’s got that…

E: Today? He’s hyper every day!

R: He’s always hyper.

E: Hi, Erik. I love you!

R: He says “Hi, Mama, I love you too.” He says he’s gonna try and call himself down. A lot of times when he gets hyper, it causes anxiety for me, so I gotta tell him to chill out.

E: Yeah, cuz you pick up his energy.

R: He tells me he’s gonna be at a distance. He says I’ll be good. He’s sitting in a black chair right now, he pulled in—his time-out chair, it looks like. *laughs*

E: Yes, his time-out chair was black! There we go. A black time-out chair—yes, that was it. The famous…

R: He says I’m on my best behavior mom.

E: Yeah, the famous black time-out chair. Okay, so…

R: He’s saying hello to everybody and he’s thanking everybody for watching the video and being a part of the blog. He’s thanking you all for supporting his mom the way that you guys are. He says thanks everybody, he says, right on.

E: Aww… what’s he wearing today?

R: Erik has on a white t-shirt, just like regular white, and then he has blue jeans, they’re light blue jeans—his shoes are white with some black stripes on the side of ‘em.

E: Okay. White.

R: He’s very casual, just… he says, “I’m normal, Mama.” *Laughs*

E: Well there’s no way that… are you wearing a… short sleeve t-shirt?

R: Yes.

E: Or a long sleeve t-shirt?

R: Yes, short sleeve…

E: A short…

R: Yeah.

E: Is it like a… like a tank top?

R: Yeah, it’s short sleeve and he has very scrawny arms. Nope, it’s um, you know like hangs under t-shirts…

E: Oh yeah, okay. okay

R: Like regular t-shirts, short sleeve…

E: Okay, alright…

R: He looks very scrawny he’s… I don’t mean to be rude, Erik. He’s very skinny…

E: Mm hmm…

R: Well he looks lanky, and like…

E: Yeah, he’s kind of lanky and all arms and legs.

R: Yeah, yeah that…

E: You could…

R: Yeah…

E: Yeah, that’s it. You could not have pulled off all white when you were here, Erik—with your love of getting under cars and putting in lift kits and stuff like that… you would have been a mess. You should have worn all black back then.

R: He says you’re right, Mom.

E: So Raylene…

R: He’s talking about him having magic, so if he happens to make a little mess on his shirt. He goes magic mom. I can just change it in the snap of a finger.

E: Like one of those magic erasers…

R: Yes…

E: That they sell…

R: He says I’ve got those privileges over here.

E: Lucky.

R: *laughs*

E: I do washes all the time. I don’t know how many loads I do a week, but it’s pathetic.

E: Anyway…

R: *laughs*

E: Raylene and I want to talk about weight problems, and I don’t know if you want to talk Raylene about just problems with being overweight or underweight, too. I was thinking of just sticking with overweight.

R: Erik goes he says mom we’ll go into a little bit about both of them.

E: Okay.

R: He says right now let’s go into overweight. He says America, he says kind of sucks. He says a lot of Americans are overweight because they have food at… they have food there, it’s not hard to come across, it’s not hard to get. And he says people abuse that. He says that what people do is they abuse food and they abuse eating. He says what’s goin on is people are emotionally eating. He’s talking about the overweight people. He says people tend to eat their emotions mom.

E: Oh.

R: That’s really interesting the way he just said that. It’s true.

E: Mmm…

R: People do tend to eat their emotions.

E: Mmm…

R: Um, he says, “Stress.” He says, “Mom, stress can turn into weight as well.”

Yeah, it’s called cortisol, the maker of big bellies.

E: Mmm…

R: He says if you notice some people, they’re gonna get really stressed out, and then they’re going to go and eat they’re overeating, they’re eating their emotions. He says so what you’re doing is you’re eating your problems and that’s where weight is coming on from. He says a lot of people don’t realize what they’re doing. He’s going to give an example say if somebody’s in a really bad relationship—their spouse is being physically or emotionally abusive—he says that tends to hurt people. He says it’s emotional, Mom…

E: Mmm…

R: It’s emotional weight, and if the person’s not working through their problem and telling people not to treat them that way or not to do this to them he says then they’re not working through their problems, Mom. He says they’re keeping their weight on them. He says mom you know we have chakras in our body. He says we tend to put our emotional weight down in our chakras. He says people will notice that they have weight below their belly button he says you’re going to be putting weight in your root and then weight that’s like above your belly button is going to be your third chakra or your second chakra. He says there’s going to be people that have like anger or that are real sad. He says that those chakras are unbalanced. He says I know we’re not talking about chakras, Mom—we’re talking about weight.

E: Well…

R: He says but it all kind of falls into the same thing.

E: Okay, well…

R: He says you’re putting emotion into your stomach; you’re putting emotion into your chakras.

E: Well… let me… let me interrupt just before I forget this. Will balancing, doing something to balance those like second or third chakra help with weight loss?

R: He says of course, Mom, it will help with weight loss.

E: And how do you do that?

R: He says but the big thing, balance—he says you can do meditation. Balancing your chakras and meditation, and then also communication—he says communicating your problems, and then getting rid of the emotional trauma out of that chakra. He says if the trauma’s not there to begin with, then your chakra’s gonna be good and it’s gonna be spinning—our chakras spin. I didn’t know that they spin like that. I’m just learning that.

E: Okay, well…

R: He says your chakras will be spinning right.

E: Well, I noticed on iTunes for example, I’m sure it’s on YouTube also. There are a number of guided meditations for chakra balancing, and some are specific for various chakras, so you guys might wanna check in to that.

R: There are…

E: So…

R: You can go on YouTube and specifically put heart chakra, sacral chakra… whatever chakra it is. You can go on YouTube and find. Not YouTube, like Google…

E: Mmm hmm…

R: And find where each chakra is—it’s very, it’s self-explanatory…

E: Yeah.

R: It’s pretty easy to learn.

E: Sure.

R: So you can figure out where the weight is you know, if it’s above your belly button then it’s gonna be your third—your solar plexus. That’s where you hold your weight.

E: Yeah.

Stay tuned for Part Two on Wednesday and a Best of Erik tomorrow!

Root and Solar Plexus Chakras in Need of Balancing

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  • Georgia95Luciana Todesco

    I can relate to this. I suffered a lot of stress and put on a lot of weight. I’m now trying to get it off. It’s hard though. Thank you all.

  • Marj

    Thank you for this post. It make sense to me now. I am not overweight, just right. I dont eat a lot and yet i have problem with my belly. I do know, though i was in a lot of stress back then which i kept to myself and never talked about it. Does that mean that it stayed with me and manifested in my chakra? Even though that stressful part of my life is over now?

    • Not sure. Maybe try balancing your root and solar plexus chakra.