Channeling Erik®
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  • July31st

    Enjoy Part Two! Sorry it’s so short and that I haven’t posted an intro. Getting ready for the trip! I’ll try to post a celebrity interview tomorrow, though. Me: What about losing control of a situation? Erik: Let’s take sickness. Say you have cancer. You can’t change that fact. You can’t control what’s going to […]


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  • July30th

    One of you guys very astutely brought to my attention that I typed, “What” instead of “Why” in yesterday’s title. Oops. My mind isn’t what it used to be! Also, I have a brief announcement: I’m going to be out of town on a cruise (yay) from this Sunday until the following Saturday, so unless […]


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  • July29th

    Here’s another “Best of Erik” post. Just as a reminder, the only reason I’m doing this on Tuesdays and Thursdays is because all my transcripts until sometime in the fall will be devoted to the material for the book, and don’t want to run out of regular blog material!  **************** Today, I woke up to […]


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  • July28th

    Looking back on my life, I see the wreckage of tragedy in its wake with only small islands of peace and joy. As I reflect on the dark side of life, I ask myself, ‘Why are we here if only to suffer?’ Is the human experience just some random affair? Is it the cruel joke […]


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  • July25th

    I need to say a few more words in response to the comments on my last post. I love you guys. You engage with  and support me and each other, and that’s the important thing. This is a cozy little community traveling a very exciting road. I agree that people who need to be here […]


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  • July24th

    I want to offer my sincerest apologies to all of you for my little rant. I guess I was in weak place emotionally at the time. In truth, I do this for Erik first because he needs a platform from which to do his thing,  but I’m glad most of you are  getting something valuable from […]


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  • July24th

    Me: Erik, your individuality is very much intact in the afterlife as is everyone we’ve interviewed. If you were to reincarnate back to the Earth as another person or individual, what happens to the current individuality? Is it replaced by your new, reincarnated identity? Erik (in a smart ass, sugary tone): Tell the kind reader— […]


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  • July23rd

    And we have a winner! Congrats go to Phoebe Jamieson who guessed that Erik’s favorite clothing was suit and ties. I know. Weird, huh? Sometimes he would dress up in one, wear a fedora and walk around the house. No place to be, no place to go. Phoebe, send me you mailing address so you can get […]


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  • July22nd

    Time for another poll! What kind of clothes did Erik like wearing next. Entries are accepted until midnight tonight. The prize: a signed copy of My Son and the Afterlife. Email me your answer at emedhus@gmail.com. Good luck, people! Me: How do fear-based emotions affect our lives? That’s another question. Jamie: How do fear-cased emotions […]


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  • July21st

    Lately, I’ve been feeling a lot of Erik goosebumps, and I’m not sure why. He usually does it when I’m working on the book, but he gives me them on other occasions, too. Regardless of the reason, I love having my boy near me. For all of you new blog members, be vigilant because he might […]


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  • July18th

    Yesterday afternoon, when I came home from my walk, my husband told me our precious little 3 pound Yorkie, Bella, almost got taken by a hawk. We’ve had three in the area that seemed to have made their home nearby, probably because of all the fat, juicy mourning doves and other birds attracted to my […]


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  • July17th

    I had a long conference call with my publisher yesterday, and she had some brilliant recommendations. I’m very disabled when it comes to taking advantage of social media, and that’s so important to the success of many things, including books. Each of these recommendations is a plea to you to help in some way. None of them are difficult and […]

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