CE blog member, Christine Elder, was gracious enough to do “quick pulse” energy healing on me last week. Let me share one of my experiences. Here’s the setup. I have a hard time sobbing. Yes, I can tear up. My throat tightens. But I’m very good at stifling it back. There are many reasons for this. Part of it is because my role has always been the nurturer and to let it all out would invite others to nurture me. That’d be treading on unfamiliar territory and would temporarily make me unavailable to others who might need me. Another reason is my fear that once I open up Pandora’s box, there might be no end to the pain that spews out. A bottomless well of agony. I know many of you have similar experiences.
Christine and I worked on that particular “problem” and everything that had anything to do with it. During that session, I was actually able to cry more than I have in the past. What’s more, when I opened my gift, that beautiful t-shirt quilt, I sobbed like I’ve never sobbed before. It felt so good. A cathartic release.
What’s the point of my ramblings? I want you to know that Christine can help any of you, too, regardless of the issue, and all through phone sessions. She works on sliding scale, too. She has not asked me to publish this information, but I was so impressed by the results, I will, and I’m including her website in my links list. Here’s the information:
This one might cause some controversy, but please don’t shoot the messenger.
Me: Has the spirit world ever felt so inclined as to physically intervene in to world affairs?
Jamie: Has Erik?
Me: No, has the spirit world, period. Or spirits in general.
Erik: Oh, fuck, yeah.
Me: Okay. Elaborate please.
Jamie: Uh, he’s doing that thing where he’s kind of looking off in the distance.
Me: Mm hm.
Jamie: Um, he’s so funny. He’s sitting caddy corner in a chair with his legs over the armrest and his back on the other side of the armrest so like he’s sitting the wrong way. So, he kind of drops his head back and looks off to the side.
Jamie: Erik, what are you talking about? Go back, go back, go back! Sorry.
Jamie: He says, “You shouldn’t be so busy telling my mom how great I look!”
We both giggle.
Me: You mean how sloppy you look! Sit up straight young man!
Jamie (to Erik): What, that you have bad posture?
Erik (ignoring us): There have been many times where groups of spirits have united to eliminate the option of war to calm diplomats and governments down—pacify the situation. People might not like this shit, but there have been times where we’ve helped increase the efforts of war.
Me: You know that was my next question. Have you ever tried to make it worse for some reason?
Erik: Yeah. Make it worse so that when that war resolved there wouldn’t be a follow-up war.
Erik: You know, like make an end to an end. It’s kind of like when you’re in a relationship and you’re breaking up and the dude says, “Are you fine?” and the girl says, “Yeah, I’m fine.” And then she walks away. Then two weeks later she fucking implodes and goes crazy and slashes his tires and stuff. You gotta get it all out at once. So, there are times where I know that there has been the case in history to get it all, all out so that peace can come afterwards.
Me: Hm. Can you give me an example from the past? Or the future?
Erik: Oh, Mom. I don’t want you to get hate mail!
Me: Okay fine. Fine, fine, fine. Well, give me a future one.
Jamie: He’s already shown it to me. Do you want to know, personally?
Me: Well, if it’s a future one or a very distant past one so people don’t know.
Jamie: It’s in history, but it’s not so, so much in the past.
Me: Okay, go ahead and give me one.
Jamie: Well, just for you. Uh, he’s talking about the spirits supporting XXXX.
Me: Oh, okay.
Jamie: Because it’s been after that that no world war three has come.
Me: Ah! Okay.
Jamie: That it’s given us worldwide over 100 years of peace. Even though individual countries have been at war, it has not involved what they consider to be the world.
Me: Why does it work that way?
Erik: I don’t know. Why, when you push a kid on a swing in one direction, do they swing back farther in the other direction?
Me: Oh. And I bet you anything, um, we talked in private about YYYY having some sort of contract.
Me: And that’s part of his contract?
Erik: But people don’t want to give him that good edge, and I totally get it. It’s like we’ve always been taught that there’s a good guy and a bad guy and that the good guy has to punish the bad guy so that there can be happiness, But really there’s no good guy and bad guy. There’s no need to punish.
Me: Yeah. It’s hard for most people to wrap their heads around that though. It’s in our DNA to hate, to take revenge.
Erik: Yeah, and it’s a concept that’s going to take, I don’t know, probably take another fifty, sixty years to grow out of.
(I’m thinking that’s pretty damn optimistic.)
Me: So, basically that whole thing—the horrors of (that war) scared us into peace, a long era of peace.
Me: I gotcha. Okay. Anything else on that?