Channeling my Higher Self, Part Two

Yesterday, Rune, Lukas and I were watching the standup comedy of comedienne, Kristina P. (or maybe it’s Christina,) and her jokes are pretty raunchy sometimes. Well, when she uttered one of her crudest jokes, Alexa, that Amazon gadget that tells you the weather and other things, turns on and says, “I don’t understand that.” No one, including Kristina, said, “Alexa” which is required for her to turn on. I think it was an Erik prank. If you want Erik to visit a prank, ask him! He especially loves spreading his rascalness to those who have read his book or have donated to the CE cause, but if you ask, he will. 

Watching standup comedy is an excellent way to raise your vibration so that your spirit guides, Erik or your deceased loved ones can lower their vibration and meet you halfway, so I highly recommend it if you feel like you haven’t gotten any visits. Another comedian I watched the other day on Netflix was Rodney Carrington. Hil. Ar. I. Ous. He also sings several of his songs including “Dear Penis,” “Put Your Clothes Back on,” “Titties and Beer” and more. He actually has an amazing voice!

Tomorrow, in a session with Emma/Erik, I plan to interview John Denver, so if you can get them to me by 6 PM CT, you can email questions to me at These are not your own personal questions but questions about his life, afterlife, etc.

Here’s the last part to the channeling of my Higher Self, again, thanks to Cherie N. for the transcription. The video is at the end. 

Elisa: All right. Look. I want to run through very quickly some other things that I went through. I overdosed when I was six months old, or maybe younger, on some nose drops and had a cardiac arrest. Obviously, I survived.

Kim: Wow.

Elisa: I pulled through but was that an exit point for me?

Kim: (laughing) When you said, “Obviously, I survived,” he goes, “You sure?”

Elisa: Yeah. So far.

Kim: He’s just playing.

Erik: No. (He shakes his head.)

Elisa: What about my brush with a serial killer on a beach in Galveston? Was that an exit point for me?

Kim: That’s crazy. I still need to read about that because I saw your report and I want to find out what that was all about. So are you asking was that like a brush with an exit point?

Elisa: Yeah..

Erik: No. It’s to show you how fearless you are. You experienced this to show you how fearless you are.

Kim: Even if you didn’t know that he was a serial killer until after– I don’t know what the circumstances were, but he’s showing–

Elisa: I was gonna die if I didn’t do something. It was really clear. Kim: Oh, wow. Geez.

Erik: It was just to show you how fearless you are because you can become so enveloped and consumed by the energy of something else and, mom, it’s very basic, mom, you either move into fight or flight mode. I think you went into fight mode but you were very connected here (pointing to head). You thought it through. You were very assertive.

Elisa: Yeah. Yeah.

Erik: So you were like, “This is what I have to do.” You were very connected up here (pointing to head). Most people just…

Elisa. Yeah. He asked me what I did. I said I’m a physician and a black belt karate instructor. And of course, I’m not, but I knew that I had to say something like that.

Okay. I’ve had a few of my five kids that have been very difficult. And I’m struggling with one. The rest are okay right now. Why? Why? Why couldn’t I just have a fairytale childhood for all of them? Why?

Erik: These are patterns that you’ve personally overcome in other lives, the very same patterns. So now you’ve dealt with it internally. Now you’re experiencing it externally, and one of the secondary purposes is, again, to show you your own strength. That you’re fearless.

Elisa: Okay.

Erik: (throws arms up) For one, you’re practicing the ability to go, “It is what it is,” and accept and accept and accept. But now it’s to externalize that experience. You’re experiencing it externally. So because it’s your immediate family, your own children, your own siblings, whatever it might it, somehow what you’re going through, it’s to keep you close to your own heart. Because ultimately we know that strings are not attached and everybody’s on their own journey, what you see others go through keeps you closer to your own heart because you exhaust that feeling of “What can I do for you?” and then you go, “I’m grateful I am where I am.” Even though emotionally you can get upset and things, but if you go back into the heart space and the purpose of this experience for you is to go back into the heart and go, “I’m grateful I am who I am now.” It’s kind of like reflecting your own strength back to you due to external circumstances.

Elisa: Okay. Sorry people. I’ve got a blurry picture. Let me just go to the standard questions I have for higher selves. What is my spiritual mission?

Kim: Okay. I will answer that in just one second.

Erik: You’re also going through this to see that your heart can also be like a weapon. It’s like your strength against anything. If you need it to be, it can be your shield against anything.

Elisa: Okay.

Kim: Anyway, so you said, “What is your spiritual mission?” Kim: (laughing)

Erik: (Picks up a big rucksack and puts it on his back.) Here we go.

Kim: Looks like there’s a lot to accomplish because there’s this big ol’ bag and it’s stuffed full. Elisa: Oh, God.

Erik: And so that just symbolizes how much you’re here to achieve. Alternately, you’re here to liberate hope.

Kim: He keeps showing you– it’s a really cool image. There’s this tunnel of light, and you’re standing right in the middle of it. And you kind of drop this big bag and you point up.

Erik: So you are liberating hope, but not just for yourself, for so many people. There is an underlying insecurity that you’re working on. That’s why all of these people that you’ve affected write to you, call into the show and say, “You’ve helped me so much. You’ve helped me so much,” over and over because this is just like building your foundation for you to completely liberate hope for better.

Kim: He doesn’t like the word “better” though. He doesn’t like “better.” Elisa: He never has.

Erik: It’s hoping for the realization of happiness. Kim: Yeah. He’s like, “Don’t use that word.”

Erik: The hope to get through, to navigate, to move forward. Because things do get better. It’s not good or bad. It just is what it is. All of these people and all of these stories that they share is to lift you up and support you in this mission. Mom, if you could, just for a minute, I want you to believe that everyone who’s ever written you, everybody who’s ever called you, what would you think if they were all angels put on earth for the sole purpose of telling you so that you were lifted up and you were liberated.

Elisa: Okay.

Kim: I’m covered in chills.

Erik: Just sit with that thought.

Kim: It’s a beautiful image too. He’s showing all of these people coming out specifically for you. Elisa: Yeah. Is there anything else I’m here to learn or teach?

Erik: Yeah. You’re here to teach human growth. You want to see people grow at the human level, not through society. Not through what society has for us or wants for us.

Elisa: Right.

Erik: It’s all fucked up. So you’re here to teach people to grow at the human level through their heart, through their experiences with their loved ones. The raw shit. You’re here to teach them to get in the raw and love that. That’s huge for you.

Kim: Do you find yourself– I mean, of course, through the blog and all of that, but do you find yourself aside from all that, like in your day to day life with friends and family telling people, “I’m sure if you did this, it might be a little easier.” It seems like–

Elisa: If it’s solicited.

Kim: –it’s everywhere.

Elisa: I don’t give unsolicited advice. Or I try not to.

Erik: It’s everywhere. Like friends, family. If you’re just chatting at lunch with a friend, and they’re like, “I don’t know.” And you’re like, “Why don’t you take this approach?” And they’re like, “I never thought about that.”

Elisa: Yeah. Yeah. I do that.

Erik: So you have an ability to keep people grounded. You remind them of who they actually are, not who they pretend to be.

Elisa: Okay. Is there anything else I’m here to learn? Or did I just say that? I’m sidetracked. There’s a dog barking. That I don’t know who it is.

Kim: That’s okay.

Erik: Just one more thing. As far as mission, because you teaching the masses, remember how much faith you hold for other people. Because you have the ability to keep them grounded, you hold a great space for mankind, in humanity. Not just yourself here on this earth. You hold a great space for everyone and everything.

Kim: He wants you to be reminded of that. “Tell her,” he says.

Erik: So as far as what you’re here to learn, there’s something with communication. You’re here to learn to listen too. It’s just like you have so much, to learn to listen. It’s interesting because it’s not like listening to people and what they tell you because that’s easy and it’s surface level.

You’re here to listen to what they’re expressing emotionally, underneath their words. Elisa: Oh, yeah.

Erik: So it’s like someone might give you a couple words or sentences but you’re like, “I know what you’re really saying.” So it’s developing that deeper ability to connect to people energetically and listen in that way.

Elisa: Okay. All right.

Kim: (laughing) There’s so much. He’s showing you have eight arms.

Erik: You’re multitasking to expand yourself in that way. Like you’re multitasking. You’ve got all of these arms doing everything, but you’re very balanced in it too.

Elisa: Okay.

Kim: (laughing) I wouldn’t be surprised if you learn to juggle.

Elisa: I can do it pretty well now. Maybe not always, but can you share another life I had that sort of affects this one?

Erik: Sure, mom. Patterns always carry. One incarnation to the next, patterns always carry. So you can’t completely disregard past lives and think that,”Well, I’m just here. This is all I need to worry about.”

Kim: He’s actually showing you as a single parent having three children. This is South America. He keeps pushing you way down south, South America region. It’s interesting because you were surrounded by poverty, but you weren’t impoverished. You weren’t affected by that so you were very smart with your resources and always found a way to make it through and feed your family. He’s showing you with three kids, but two were very ill. There’s this thing with two were very ill. One eventually passed young. And again two males and a female, two boys and then a girl. The girl was the oldest and then there were two males.

Elisa: What illness did they have? What was the illness?

Kim: What was that?

Elisa: What was the illness? Erik: Sepsis.

Kim: Which is like filth?

Erik: Sepsis and filth.

Kim: There’s fever. They’re sweating. So the youngest passed first. This looks like he’s probably 4 or 5 years old. We can go to names if we need to. Names aren’t really important. Emotions and the concept are what he wants to focus on. This is something where, I think, in this past life you had the resources and you knew how to use the resources to sustain your family, but when it came to illness, you didn’t know how– Oh, Jesus. No wonder.

Erik: That’s why you became a doctor. Elisa: Oh.

Kim: Oh. That makes me want to cry. Because he shows you holding your children while they passed because they’re ill and you don’t have the right kind of resources.

Erik: You had food, you could get water, you could get transportation. Elisa: But I couldn’t make them well.

Erik: Exactly. And that was a thing that was a staple for the rest of eternity, basically. That you would develop yourself in that way to be able to have that resource. Because you’re someone who still does not like to be handicapped in any way. You like to be independent and to do and fix and keep moving. So this is something that in that life you felt like was a complete handicap because if they fell ill, there was nothing you could do about it. So the first boy looks like he’s four or five. He passed about that age. And there’s another boy that’s probably like eight or nine. He began to get ill too. Whatever they had was similar. It was–

Elisa: It was malaria or something.

Kim: It was sepsis?

Elisa: Well, it was the same pattern because, hell, I couldn’t save Erik. You know. Sadly. Kim: Yeah.

Erik: Now you know you’ve extended yourself or evolved in the way of healthcare, being able to do that. Okay. Looking at the resources you have and kind of knowing where to lay those cards, knowing where to push those resources to be effective with them. (He holds one finger up.) So to know and to let yourself off the hook in that life and in this life from being responsible because ultimately it is God, not you. So especially that life, I think you were so independent. This is just crazy, but you were very able to let go of what happened but very frustrated at the situation. It was motivation for you. It was inspiration for you to evolve in this way.

Kim: It’s interesting because the older female, she never got sick. In looking at circumstances that really perpetuated this life, that’s what he’s showing. It’s like Mexico. He’s showing Mexico. He keeps writing “Mexico.”

Elisa: Okay. Well, that’s good. I’m satisfied with that. I have a dog that I need to make sure didn’t escape. I hear barking maybe on the other side of the door. Plus I want to speed test my other internet connection because this has been really blurry. So I will just take a one-minute break or less. Meanwhile, do you want to share anything about yourself, Kim?

Kim: Sure. I’m most excited right now about Sedona. Sedona is right around the corner. I love going there. It’s where I feel– I feel home.

Elisa: You’ve got to go there. It’s amazing.

Kim: It’s impeccable. So Thursday evening, October 12, it will be 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. I’m gonna channel for everybody and then Friday from 10:00 to 3:00–it’s just a short day–we’re going to go do some workshops and I’m going to teach you guys strategies to apply in your life to expand yourself and your awareness through actual consciousness. And of course, I’m going to be channeling all day and answering questions and all that. So check it out. It’s on my website at and the itinerary is up as well.

Elisa: Yeah. Check it out.

Kim: And then my book is on Amazon. Hopefully, you guys are enjoying it. I’ve heard a lot of great feedback so far. It’s called Inside Out and it’s just a book to help you guys learn how to maintain peace no matter what you’re going through. So check it out on Amazon, you guys. Thank you very much for being here. It’s always a pleasure to channel Erik.

Elisa: Yes. And you guys check out Erik’s blog. It’s And Erik, I love you. Thank you for this.

Erik: I love you, mom (doing a weird shoulder shake).

Elisa: Bye. Thank you, Kim.

Kim: See you. You’re welcome.

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