I know; I know. The title’s weird, and, no, there’s not related. Just consider it a two for one special. It’s the least I could do for Erik being such a (loving) asshole. You’ll see.
Me: Okay, here’s another one from a blog member. “I recently read a book, “Destiny of a Soul—New Case Studies” by Michael Newton, Ph.D. I was wondering if you’ve ever heard of this book or possibly even read it. If so, I was just wondering if Erik could confirm or deny the information about soul groups and how the complex web of interaction between groups play out in our lives.”
Jamie (giggling): He just kind of yells out, “Confirmed!”
Me: Okay, good! And you know how soul groups, um, how you can regress between lives and work on that—how it helps shed light on your current life and what you’re here to do—
Erik: Oh yeah. Yeah. In between lives you can work on it. In life, you can work on shit. Um, you know, it’s really—
Jamie (to Erik): What do you mean, Erik?
Jamie: It—oh my god. Why are you so complex today?
Jamie: Oh yeah. You know what he said yesterday (during Thursday’s conference call) when he was going pretty slow? There was definitely a different rhythm, and it could have been because you weren’t on the phone watching the clock (my father was in the ICU), but also Erik wasn’t talking as fast to me.
Me: Mm hm.
Jamie: He was slow. And at the end, he made the comment that he was in more than one place, but I guess commonly if he does very intense work, he brings his whole self in for that moment.
Jamie: But he was with you and your dad the whole time he was doing the conversation with us in the channeling conference call.
Jamie: So, he made a comment at the end that that’s why the rhythm was different, and I said, “Are you doing that right now?” because it’s still that way, and he said, “Yeah.”
Me: Oh, so he’s with Laura and my dad in the hospital now, probably.
Jamie: Yeah. He said he’s doing his best to really be there for everyone.
Erik: So, it’s not to the point of having more clarity in between lives to work on your emotional and energetic issues. You do have more clarity there, but it’s not like we don’t have that in human form either or in our own lifetimes. It’s just that we’re literally choosing to believe what we’ve been taught and not allowing the possibility of having clarity in or a wake state human consciousness. It’s a choice, people. It’s a choice. And many people think—and believe—that once you opt out of that and choose to believe in all this possibility and expansiveness that you immediately fall off the deep end and get labeled crazy and don’t fit into society anymore and need to move to some farm and become a nudist and grow your own food and all that fucked up crazy shit.
Jamie and I laugh.
Erik: You don’t have to! You can still be a willing participant in the human life but still have the concepts of expansive beliefs.
Me: That makes perfect sense. Okay, anything else on that, Sweetie?
Me: Obviously there are other beings in the Universe. What is their relationship with the spirit world like?
Me: Oh, and in terms of distance, what are the nearest extraterrestrial beings—well, it’s okay. That’s a separate one. Just answer the first one I guess. I’m sure that some are, you know, aggressive and some are not.
Erik: Yeah, we all have the ability to communicate throughout the multiple dimensions, and some of the alien races are comparable to how humans react to spirits.
Me: Mm hm.
Erik: You know there are a percentage of the humans who delve into the spirit world on a daily basis, and then there are a percentage of them that just can’t do that shit at all.
Me: Yeah. Like me.
Erik: Same in other multi-dimensional communications. Some do it, some don’t. The option is always there. You can have it, but, you know… And them some just—it’s like taking an elevator going to a different floor, getting into a car or airplane, traveling to a different country—as easy as that. Some people do it; some people don’t. Some spirits do it; some spirits don’t. Same with alien races. If you’re talking about, “Hey, we have a living soul, and we have this whole thing called religion and belief in God.” Do the alien beings have that same kind of, “Hey, we’re living beings and we have religion and a belief in God.” Um, yeah. And guess what—
Jamie (to Erik, firmly): Don’t say that.
Erik: Jamie, don’t filter me.
Jamie (to Erik): I don’t think you want to call your readers assholes.
Me: Um, no.
Jamie (to Erik): See? Thank you. He says, “Loosen up, assholes. We all have life force and intelligent pure energy, and it is all connected together.”
(Please forgive Erik. He’s just being himself. You all know he loves you.)
Me: Oh, yeah. Of course.
Erik (in a deep Southern accent): Black people aren’t separate from the white people aren’t separate from the Asians aren’t separate from the—
Me: Of course not.
Jamie (giggling): He’s just going to town.
Erik: Alien life forces aren’t separate from humans. That’s just a larger concept of racism.
Me: So, the relationship as far as getting along with other beings in the Universe—do you guys get along with all of them?
Jamie (chuckling and mimicking Erik): Nah.
Me: So some you have good relationships with—hang out with, grab a beer with, chill with, and some of them you don’t want to have anything to do with.
Me: Well that’s racism right there!
Erik (emphatically): No, Mom! Not judging! Just don’t wanna be around ‘em.
Me: Ah, okay. And why? Is the chemistry not right?
Erik: Uh, some of them are what I would consider a (unintelligible).
Me: A what?
Erik: A (unintelligible).
Erik: A bully!
Me: Oh, a bully! I thought you said “boy.”
Erik: No, bull-ee.
Erik: I don’t like bullies; I’m not gonna spend my time handling a bully.
Me: Are there any other reasons you wouldn’t wanna hang around certain other alien races?
Me: Maybe no common interests or…
Erik: Okay, sure.
Me: Good. Okay.