Channeling Erik®



Today, Erik wanted me to post about the Sandy Hook tragedy. All day yesterday I felt so down. The lump in my throat seemed like it would never go away. Those babies. Futures that would never come. Smiles that would never shine. Christmases that would always be joyless. Erik relays this message through blog member, Robert, in a somber tone.

Erik: Mom, you want me to talk about the thing that happened in the school?

Me: Yeah.

Erik: Well, first of all, the guy that did this is a dick, but on a serious note, these kinds of events, they happen because they teach us. They give us opportunities to be the hero, the victim, and they give us opportunities to come together to show our love for each other, to show our compassion, to show our support, to reassess what we’ve been doing, to find out if it’s still working. That refers to gun laws and things like that. People having access to guns, but not just that—mental illness itself—people who are mentally challenged. And I’m not just talking about just from birth cuz it can be an environmental thing. We need to look at how they get left to fend for themselves. And what that does, you know, when people go and act out like this, they create all this chaos, we can think, “How can we better scan for that kind of thing. Check people out for that kind of thing.” So, that’s a big part of it.

Me: Yeah. There’s such a fine line between protecting the public and protecting individual rights, though.

Erik: Exactly, and that’s what this is about. It’s all a part of, um, we take little steps. That’s why people get down when they see something like this happen again and again and again. But if you start to take this in a totalitarian approach—

Robert (laughing hard): Erik, that was a big word.

Erik: Then you create all sorts of new challenges. So, it’s better to take incremental steps, to reassess little bit by little bit. And there are all kinds of lessons that we learn in the process. The mental illness thing gets taken care of, and everything surrounding that like the scanning for it and recognizing it and making sure that people are taken care of from birth to grave in way that maintains mental stability. The whole compassion thing. People coming together.

Me: Teaching people empathy.

Erik: Yeah, right. If you look at it, what’s been coming out in the news on the major networks—they’re all in sync, finally. They’re all saying the same thing instead of one against the other. We all come together, even if temporarily. That’s the nature of how things are in the physical world, especially for humans, because we just haven’t learned how to maintain a certain level of focus with that. But over time, what this does is teach us how to do it, and that will come with time. Down the road, we’ll get our shit together, and we’ll learn a lot along the way.

Me: Yeah, and these shootings have gotten more and more frequent.

Erik: And that’s part of what I—Robert’s used this term before, and I’ll borrow it from him—it’s part of what we call “the building.” You know, you have to build up to things, because, in certain cases, certain lessons may be lost in the process so we don’t see them. So we get another opportunity to go through it again, and this time the volume is turned up a little bit more. You know, it’s louder, and then we get a chance to look at what we learned the time before the event and learn new stuff from the new thing. A good example is when we developed the atom bomb. We didn’t really recognize how dangerous and devastating it could be until we dropped the bomb, and it took us getting to that point to realize how dangerous they are and how they can wipe us all out. In big lessons like that where a whole species can be wiped out, you need something that’s hard to ignore like Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Me: Yeah.

Erik: But in smaller things like this where it’s individual, you need lots of smaller events because they affect a smaller group of individuals. Throughout history, our tragedies—genocides and things like that—they’re still going to happen, but they’re not going to happen on scales as widespread as they were in the beginning. In other words, they start out really big—or actually, the way it really works is they start out where they’re not seen at all, and then in order for us to see them, they get big and very widespread. Then they die down and get smaller again, because we learn from them.

Me: We’re in the learning phase, I hope. Crash course.

Erik: Evolution is always about that. It’s about constant learning. Even those people who fall into the side of being pessimistic about things—even they, on an individual level, are learning something about themselves by going through that process. They’re expressing some kind of grief and learning, maybe unconsciously in some cases, how important it is to FEEL something—not just for themselves, but for people they don’t even know.

Me: I heard that this guy—people like that—they just want to do something that paints a canvas that represents how they feel inside.

Erik: Yeah. Even though I called the guy a dick, the dude had a lot of pain inside, otherwise he wouldn’t have done something like that. The lesson he was try8ing to learn for himself was how your own actions can affect someone else. It’s a bit of a lesson about empathy for himself. And his mom, she’s a really nice lady, and they’re trying to comfort her.

Me: She’s awake? She’s alive?

Robert: I don’t know if she’s alive or dead; I don’t know what he means by that. She got shot in the face, so I don’t know if my assumption is that she’s dead or—Erik says she’s dead. Yeah.

Erik: All the children are doing fine, Mom. They’re okay.

Me: Oh good.

Erik: I love you, Mom.

Me: I love you, too.

Thank you, Robert, for channeling Erik for us. Waiting an entire week to talk to him through Jamie would feel like an eternity. Please send prayers, love and light to those babies, the teachers, the school staff and their families during what should have been a time of merriment.


I’m sorry to announce that the recording of Thursday’s small group channeling call failed to upload into Mediafire, which sucks since I pay monthly for the service. Believing that the file was intact and needing the space for my session with Jamie Friday, I erased the original from my digital recorder. Sorry everyone. I need to find a more reliable service. Any suggestions that are not too expensive?

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  • Amber

    Thank you Erik. You’re making so much sense to me right now. Thanks Robert and Elisa. Love to all involved in this Earth tragedy xxxxx

  • fateripper

    Hi! It seems the link posted is to Sean & Jen’s show…

    • Elisa Medhus, MD

      I know. The uploading to Mediafire failed and the file got corrupted so that it gave me the wrong link. Now the original file is gone. :(

  • Yvonne Chireau

    This was really helpful. What a school this Life is. What wonderful teachers we have! What brave souls to agree to help with the hardest lessons…

  • cynthia

    I just really can not believe in the rationale presented for the murders

  • Jan Drake Bakke

    Awesome!!So sad though!!Iit is so sorrowful that something like this has to bring us together!! So glad the kids are all ok.

  • Elisa Medhus, MD

    Why can’t we just get the memo instead of learning through so many tears?

    • MikeHulse

      China’s one child policy also makes this more difficult for them as well. As many children are ‘disposed of’ especially females to keep in line with this 25 year old rule they have.

  • Elisa Medhus, MD

    Yeah. It’s a Mediafire uploading issue. I commented on it somewhere in this thread.

  • Tracy Lamont

    It’s just so, so sad…:(

  • Edie

    Thank you Elisa for this. We are already seeing and learning the lesson of forgiveness by one of the victim’s parents. Erik has also spoken previously about through tragedy people coming together to help and support each other.

  • Elisa Medhus, MD

    Yeah. Bummer. I’m so upset. I didn’t realize that the media fire upload was a corrupt file and I deleted it to make space.

    • MikeHulse

      If you use Windows Elisa, right click on the folder it was saved in. Choose properties and Previous versions tab. You can click on an earlier time and then choose open to view and copy if required. x

      • Elisa Medhus, MD

        I use Mac’s

      • Kathleen

        If you don’t empty your garbage computer it would be in the trash file. One Mac user to a other =)
        Happy n safe holidays to all !

      • Fateripper

        Also, there are programs that even if you emptied your trash, can still recover things. I had a Mac and did this a few times. Good luck! (wish I had taken better notes…)

  • Elisa Medhus, MD

    If we don’t learn from this experience, what a waste of lives it will be.

  • shari&the furryangels

    Hi everyone I am one of the new CE family members here. I posted once before about taking a break from being human. I felt guided to this website by Erik & the angels. Anyhow…. in response to the Sandy Hook shootings. Yesterday morning I was praying down on my knee’s & going thru my prayers. Praying for world wide healing & a number of things…. as we ALL are doing at this time & every day of our lives. I live in a very small west texas town… and we have a lot of kids here with drug issues bc of boredom & many reasons. Yesterday…. I felt Erik around; wasn’t for certain but I feel he was around to help with something. I felt the urgency to keep our
    schools in prayer here…. as we ALL are.. :) But felt something was wrong…. yesterday a young man in our small community told his mom… he was going to finish the job for Adam Lanza… that he was going make the Sandy Hook shootings
    look like nothing. His mother called the police & he is now in custody. We all here
    are just grateful to God for divine intervention & that the mother turned her son in.
    All i am saying for me personally…. prayer & mediation are what i am devoting my life too.. and being careful with every interaction i have with strangers, friends, etc.
    We never know what a small seeming smile, act of kindness can do too change a persons whole day. I truly felt Erik was here somehow to help avert that disaster in our community. I know this was long…. but thank you Elisa
    for having the wisdom & courage to bring us all together.
    Shari & my furry beautiful angels

    • Elisa Medhus, MD

      Ah, a fellow Texan! You’re so right, Shari. A friendly smile to a stranger or an act of kindness can do so much more than we know. Imagine what we may have prevented even in the way of suicides with our compassion toward strangers. In the end, we’re not really strangers, you and I. We’re all one. Even Adam Lanza is part of us, because separation is an illusion. So, being cruel to him is being cruel to the whole and to Source. Isn’t that weird? Hard to wrap my head around. Shari, thanks for being part of the CE family, and that’s for sending your prayers because you’d be surprised at how much that may have contributed to averting the potential disaster in your little town. BTW, now that Erik and you have become acquainted, he’s liable to visit (and prank) more. Sorry for his possible naughtiness.

  • Elisa Medhus, MD

    Their bodies are dead, but energy (ie the consciousness) is neither created or destroyed. There have been many studies/research into consciousness survival. So, they’re just in a higher vibrational place. They vibrate at a frequency much higher than the visual part of the electromagnetic spectrum. So just because you don’t see radio waves doesn’t mean the radio is dead. Au contraire. Keep reading, You’ll see.