So far, the survey we’ve conducted have the following results:
Those who want the celebrity interviews to continue: A whopping 94.6%!
Also, we have 80 new questions submitted and some, if not all of them are very, very good. A few of you submitted personal questions, but I can’t really ask those because if I did, others would want theirs answered and it’s just too costly for me.
About the live video chats: over 90% would love to attend them, most agreeing to a $20 price point. I think if a lot of people sign up, it’ll be much cheaper. One idea is to pay a membership fee to Jamie to be able to watch all of the video chats and to access the archives. What do you guys think about that?
Another thing: I had a blog member ask if we’d ever host a Channeling Erik Weekend in the UK. To offset Jamie’s travel expenses, we’d have to have enough people sign up. I know she goes to Japan every year to do readings, so it certainly is a possibility. How many of you (not just Brits) would be highly interested? Here’s the poll:
By the way, I’ll be interviewed on the Bob Charles Show this Sunday at 2:00 PM CST. If you’re interested in listening, put it on your schedule and click HERE!
FOLLOWERS CAN CALL THE SHOW AT 1-843-606-1314You can ask me anything!Our Studio Prime Skype is “kinetichifi”
Now, here’s what you’ve really been waiting for. This is kind of a short post, but tomorrow’s will be longer. It’s about lung disease.
Me: What about arrhythmias? Abnormal heart rhythms?
Erik: Most people are born with that shit.
Me: Okay, but some of them aren’t, so why would they get that?
Erik: Okay, so for the ones who are, we gotta look at past lives or down the ancestral line of why that’s being given. Whose lesson is it to begin with, and why is it being repeated in the family? Then let’s look at the people who have it and how it’s created in their life. It’s not given to them. First of all, I think that’s fucked up.
Jamie and I chuckle.
Erik: At one point you have a regular heartbeat and at the next, not. This could be a marker or a trigger from a past life where—
Jamie: Oh, he said this is going to get wordy, so are you ready?
Me: I’m ready.
Erik: All right. Stay with me. If it gets crazy, ask me other questions. If, not—
Jamie (giggling): I’m already asking him questions!
Erik: If you’re living your life, and all of a sudden you have a change in your physical health and it’s completely different—night/day—then this needs to be looked at as—
Jamie stumbles on his words a bit.
Jamie: Erik, you have to slow down.
(Pause as she listens)
Erik: Look at not just what this life did to help create the situation for you but what another lifetime did to contribute to what you’re going through right now. So, it’s not just the arrhythmia. It could be markings that suddenly show up on your skin. It could be sudden epilepsy.
Me: Mm hm.
Erik: There are many examples that we can go through, but I’m talking about being healthy and then having something happen to you that wasn’t created by a car accident or another accident, you know. When that’s happening, you need to know that there is work that is unresolved in other lifetimes that you’re having which most of us call past lives.
Me: Mm hm.
Erik: And there is work that isn’t resolved in the life that you have now. It’s more of a “help yourself” call.
Jamie (pondering to herself): Help yourself.
Erik: You know, people hit the doorbell to have someone come to the door and let them in. They knock to have them come in. If something happens suddenly in one’s life, it’s almost like a knock to say, “Hey, I need your consciousness in a broader realm, not just in the life you’re living. Something’s going on.
Me: Hm. So it’s a reminder to resolve some past issues or some other issues?
Erik: Yeah, and that was based on when the illness, disease or whatever comes suddenly and it’s not created by an accident. It just arrives to your body and you’re dealing with it. Look somewhere else for it—for the cause, for the root cause.
Jamie: Ah, he’s not talking anymore. It’s up to you.
Me: All right. Well what about, along the same lines as heart disease, what about lipid disorders like high cholesterol, high triglycerides.
Erik: That’s the way you feed yourself. The nurturing of your own body, what you allow in your life that’s not feeding you well. You know, why are you being mean to yourself?
Me: What are you giving up all of your emotional resources?
Erik: Yeah, it could be—we’re emotional beings so, yes, emotional resources.
Me: So we just need to be aware to be kind to ourselves, put ourselves first in a positive way, not a selfish way.
Erik: Yeah. Self first, not self-ish.
Me: There we go. And, yeah, taking care of your resources. Is that right?
Me: All right.