Me: This is from a blog member. If someone thinks negative thoughts about someone or even says negative things to someone, how does that affect that person—the one saying and thinking the negative words and thoughts? And does that negativity affect everyone and the earth since we’re a collective?
Erik: First of all, let’s talk about Mother Earth, because she can take any amount or volume of energy and recycle that shit.
Erik: There’s an amazing quality of survival and compassion and love within this planet. No wonder we fucking survive here. It’s just amazing. People think that—
Jamie (to Erik): What? (Pause) Oh, that’s not what you were saying. Okay, good.
Erik: People think that if there’s a planet somewhere else x amount of distance from the sun with water, etc. that there can be life on that planet. That’s some bullshit, you know?
Erik: We’re one in a billion. We have a planet that loves having us here. Granted, our actions physically destroy her, but if you’re throwing out angry words and Mother Earth is taking it in, she’s recycling that shit. She won’t stand for it.
Erik: And that’s the kind of perception that we should all have, but it’s not true. It really depends on your perspective and your belief system—that if you’re taking those negative words from the other person and you’re owning them then you’re going to just absorb all of that vibration right into your body and you’re going to carry that negativity and make it yours, that sucks for you. But in your belief system is “Oh, that’s their shit, not my shit. I’m just listening to it. I’m like Rain-X. The rain is hitting me but it ain’t sticking to me. It’s like bubbling up—
Jamie (laughing at Erik): I’m just looking at him and saying, ‘That’s the strangest metaphor!’
Me: I know, but they work!
Jamie: They do! It’s so crazy!
Erik: I’m gooood like that. I’m gooood like that.
We both laugh.
Erik: Now for the person that’s throwing out the negative words, they already own it, right? Because it’s coming out of them. They’re believing it. They’re saying it for some reason, whether it’s to throw you off your track or to gain energy from you through pity or attention and stuff like a vampire does—“Aw, how do I look at me. They don’t know the [unintelligible]” That collects the energy. They already have the belief system so it’s already fucking them up.
Jamie (to Erik): What do you do with that?
Erik: You don’t do anything, man. It’s their own truth. If you feel like you need to help, then don’t give them a response off of the negative words. Don’t feed the fire, not even with a tiny little stick. What you put in the fire’s going to burn. So you dampen it. You dampen it in that situation. You come in with water; you come in with something that’s not going to feed the fire and you say, “Ah, it’s very clear to me that this is your viewpoint on this situation.” You’re not giving them anything but their own words back. They’re not gaining anything from you. And so they’re like, “Yeah, I am feeling that way. “ And you’re like, “All right. Put your boots into that situation. You can walk away, guilt-free and all that, you know. No ties, not expectations.
Please keep sending all of the Erik encounters you’ve had, specifically those which are NOT anecdotal. I’d prefer ones that have more “proof” like events documented by audio, video or photographs OR those witnessed by more than one person. Also, I’d LOVE to have stories about those of you who considered suicide but, because of Erik, decided not to. Of course this will be completely anonymous. Again, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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