Channeling Erik®
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  • February19th

    All about Channeling Erik On October 6, 2009, my 20-year-old son Erik, took his own life. Since that sad and tragic day, an overwhelming sense of grief and despair propelled me into a search for answers. Answers that would provide me and others with comfort and hope. Some of those answers came from the many […]


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  • December15th

    This beautiful soul made me realize that this has all been worth it. Thank you, Michael. I love you.


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  • December15th

    Scarcity

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    From what I’ve learned from Erik and various spiritual gurus, scarcity is an illusion, but when I look at my monthly American Express bill, I think, ‘You could have fooled me!’ Throughout my life, I’ve asked questions about whether I’ll have enough. ‘Will I have enough money to put all of my children through college […]


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  • December12th

    All of us come into the world with a high self-esteem, but slowly over our lives it gets chipped away by various people in our lives: friends, family and even strangers. Our culture claws away at if even more. You know those Calvin Klein commercial, right guys? And what about those runway models, girls? Here, […]


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  • December11th

    As with all Tuesdays and Thursdays, this is a “Best of Erik.” I post this because I was thinking about M.J. off and on yesterday and how sad it was to see him destroyed by the public. Me: Why do we slaughter the unicorns? Why do we destroy people like Michael Jackson and, well, all […]


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  • December10th

    Distrust

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    Maybe I’ve mentioned this in a comment, but I’ve been reflecting on my life and has come to the conclusion that I really only have one friend here in Houston that I can hang out with on a regular basis. All the others scattered after Erik died. I guess that’s natural because it’s uncomfortable to […]


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  • December9th

    Self-Love

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    This one gets to a slow start. Sorry! Me: Hey Jamie! Hey Erik! Erik: Mom, you must have a timer or something. Me: Huh? No. Erik: I’m amazed how you’re always on time! Me: I know, I know. It’s an OCD thing. Actually I’m one minute late today, because I have my grandbaby here so […]


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  • December8th

    I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! We spent both days decorating the inside of our house. (It looks like Santa threw up in it.) We also put lights in the trees outside, so it’s very Christmassy.  As for the results of the poll: Most of you want me to channel Abraham Lincoln. There […]


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  • December5th

    I have another quick poll for you guys. As you know, I post Monday through Friday, and I was thinking that this might be information overload for you all. I’m sure it’s hard to take the time to read them daily. How many days a week do you want to read posts on the blog? […]


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  • December4th

    Now that I’m almost finished with using sessions for gathering material for the next book, I’m going to start channeling famous figures again. This time, Erik will be asking the questions because I don’t want him to be excluded from the interview. After all, it is “Channeling Erik.” I’ve randomly picked a few for you to […]


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  • December3rd

    I picked up my little grand daughter from the bus stop yesterday, and the first thing she did was drop her backpack, grab a Post-Note and write this. It gives new meaning to the phrase, “Out of the mouth of drunks and and children.” Since the age of 18 months, I’ve played a game with […]


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  • December2nd

    Emotional resilience. The ability to adapt to adversity. This is a topic that’s very close to my heart. Some of us can bounce back when we get beaten down while others of us can’t. When I was young, I wasn’t very resilient, but after suffering one setback after the next over the course of my […]


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  • December1st

    Sometimes it’s so hard to look inside and ask yourself, “Am I really being honest with myself?” I know I have that problem. Sometimes it’s because I’m afraid I won’t like what I find out about myself. Sometimes it’s about whether I’m being honest with others. Sometimes it’s about trying to get out of doing […]

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