This is the last of the Mother Teresa interview. I’m sorry to see it end…and it ends in a way that is all Erik. Sigh.
Me: Okay. Can you discuss the miracle of healing the tumor in the abdomen of an Indian woman?
Mother Teresa: She was ready to let it go, and the light of God took it.
Me: So, did you have anything to do with that?
Mother Teresa: At best I was the channel for the light.
Me: Oh, okay. Now, can you share another life that most influenced your one as Mother Teresa?
Jamie: She’s talking about and giving me images of being an orphan. A boy orphan. Doesn’t have any recollection of his life before the age of 4 or 5.
Mother Teresa: I only lived until I was nine years old. It was a life in India, and of the five years I recalled, there was no foundation for emotional consistency. Every moment, every conversation with a person, held a different emotional need. There was no parent. There was no guide. There was no love or religion. Nothing was taught to me. I was on my own. I was unadoptable because I had deformities—missing fingers and toes. My ears were deformed.
Jamie: What’s the name of that?
Erik (as if speaking to a child): Birth defects.
Jamie (sarcastically): Thanks, Erik.
Mother Teresa: So, I was born with birth defects and looked at very differently. In that life, I willed myself to die. I had a very weak heart, and so I decided to stop drinking. I would eat, but I wouldn’t drink, so I died from heart failure. I decided that when I came back—
Jamie listens to what Mother Teresa is saying for a while.
Jamie (tearing up): That makes sense. It was very touching, so I got a little verklempt.
Mother Teresa: When I came back into the next life, I would choose only to look at the people who nobody else would.
Jamie: Which she said before, right? She was going to go to the people that the others ignored.
Me: Why did he not remember the first 4 years? Was he a walk-in?
Mother Teresa: It was abuse. Physical abuse, so I just shut it out.
Me: I see.
Mother Teresa: But when I got old enough to fight back, the physical abuse quit. Women were beating me.
Me (sadly): Aw.
Me: Have you reincarnated, or do you plan to?
Mother Teresa: I haven’t, but I plan to. As of now, my work is not done where I am.
Me: What kind of work are you doing right now?
Mother Teresa: Continuing to guide those on Earth who are walking my path.
Jamie: The way she says “those”, it sounds like thousands, not like five.
Me: Oh, good. Well, we need all the help we can get! Do you have any regrets?
Mother Teresa: No. No.
Me: Interesting. Did you gain any insights right after you transitioned?
Mother Teresa: It was still my life; it was just better.
Me: You mean Heaven was still your life, but better? Is that what you mean? Or are you talking about looking back on your life?
Mother Teresa: My life in Heaven
Me: Okay. What were you here to learn?
Mother Teresa: How to not let other people’s judgments upon myself guide the way I walk my life.
Me: Do you think you accomplished that?
Mother Teresa: Yes.
Me: And what do you think you were here to teach?
Mother Teresa: God’s love.
Me: And you obviously accomplished that.
Mother Teresa: I hope so.
Me: Aw. Now, tell me what you think about the state of humanity now. Be gentle! Be gentle, please! No, be forthcoming. What do you think?
Mother Teresa: The state of humanity today lacks the attention on the importance of emotions. Our focus is too easily placed away from us, outside of us onto appearance, onto status, onto our pockets, but not into our hearts.
Mother Teresa: I feel the first step each person can take today at this moment to begin to mend is to love their family.
Me: So, that’s the advice you have for humanity. Do you have any messages for us?
Mother Teresa: Who you are is not what’s important; it’s what you do.
Me: Okay. But what you do is a reflection of who you are.
Mother Teresa: But for most people on Earth, they conflict. There is a lack of honesty between the two.
This makes me think about all that Erik has said about emotional honesty.
Me: And you have to know who you are to do the right thing.
Mother Teresa: Not necessarily. Not all actions come from intellectual decisions.
Me: No, you have to know who you are emotionally—as an emotional being.
Mother Teresa: That I can agree to.
Me: Okay. So I think both are important.
Jamie: I don’t hear anything.
Me: Ah oh.
I ‘ve been arguing points with Mother Teresa so much, I think I’m in the doghouse with her.
Me: Okay, you talked about Channeling Erik in that you think it should have a more Christian vein to it. Is that correct, or did I misunderstand that?
Mother Teresa: Yes, that is my perspective.
Me: But I would have to disagree.
Oh, god. Here I go again. I feel a lightening bolt hovering over my head.
Me: In order to reach more people, it has to remain nondenominational.
Me: Your reply?
Jamie grins nervously.
Jamie: Erik’s doing a very inappropriate jig and saying “amen” again!
Me: Ah oh!
Mother Teresa: Don’t change who you are and what you are based on what I say, but this is coming from me.
Me: Okay. Any other advice for Channeling Erik that would help us?
Mother Teresa: Use marketing in a good way.
Me: Okay. Now, Erik, what about you? Do you have any questions?
(Pause while Jamie looks up at Erik)
Jamie closes her eyes, shakes her head, then turns to the camera and, with a tight-lipped expression says, “No.”
Me: Okay. Well, Mother Teresa, I think that’s all. Jamie, do you have any questions?
Jamie (still with that tight-lipped expression): Mm mm. Stay put though.
Me: Pardon me?
Jamie: Let’s say goodbye to Mother Mary (?? She must really be rattled!) –
Jamie: But stay with me, okay?
Me: All right. Thank you so much, Mother Teresa. You’ve done so much for the world.
Mother Teresa: Thank you. God bless.
Me: God bless you, too.
Mother Teresa: And God bless the world.
Jamie: Erik is walking her out. (She turns bright red and smushes her cheeks.) How do you control that boy!
Me: I don’t know. I don’t.
Jamie: You asked if he had anymore questions. I wasn’t going to say that in the moment; I didn’t want to hear her reaction; I didn’t want to put her in that position, and he was like, “So, have you ever had sex?’
Jamie covers her face with both hands cupped, eyes widened.
Me (horrified): Oh no!
Jamie: So, I just wanted to kind of wrap that up and smooth that over. I did not want to be a part of that!
Me (chuckling): And what did she say?
Jamie: Well, when he said it, I made a rebuttal saying that, ‘Well, we’re going to close, now. Thank you so much. You know, please, the thing was a joke. Kinda. I think. I don’t know!’
Jamie: There was no response from her. There was no—
Me: I’m sure she has not. C’mon! She’s a nun!
Jamie folds over in laughter.
Me: Oh my god.
Jamie (tilting back laughing): WHY?? Why does he have to go there?
Me: I don’t know? He’s a guy! That’s always first on their mind.
Jamie makes two fists, bites her thumbs while grinning in embarrassment.
Me: We should still put this interview on YouTube though.
Jamie leans back, howling in laughter.
Me: Should we? Should we?
Jamie (sighing): If you want to! He’s your son!
Again, Jamie laughs hard, then wipes away her tears.
Me: Well, she can’t come back and beat us up, right?
Jamie: I guess not. I mean, I’m sure she understands—the joke of it all.
Me: Yeah. It’s a human need. She didn’t sound like she had a big sense of humor, though.
Jamie (with widened eyes): She didn’t, did she? I kind of expected her to be a little more like, “Oh, Sweetie,” You know, like a mother.
Me: I know, me, too!
Jamie: She was little more— (Jamie jabs her pointed finger in the air with a scowl on her face, like a teacher scolding a naughty student.)
Me: Yeah, she was a little opinionated!
Me: And I had to call her on it all the time!
Jamie: But yet she wouldn’t use that word!
Me: Yes! She said it was fact!
Jamie: Yes! I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is not—‘ I was surprised~
Me: Yeah, and I had to disagree with a lot of the things she said.
Jamie: I’m glad you stood up for it. I tried to in my head, but I was like, ‘You know…’ Erik was like, “Stop making faces. Be very neutral, Jamie.” I was like, ‘Oh, crap!’
Jamie laughs hard again.
Me: I know.
Jamie: So, I’m glad you stood up against her, because that was what was needed, I think.
Me: I think so, too, but only to try to learn more about where she was coming from. She’s doing a lot for the world, you know. She really has. And I love her message: Love your family. If everybody loved their family, the world would be a better place.
Jamie: Well, I guess I know what I’m going to do tonight.
Am I out of it or what?
Jamie (surprised by my dullness): Love my family!
Me: Exactly. Oops. ADD.
Jamie: Have some more coffee!
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