For this early session we were joined by my life-long friend, Janet. As well as thoughts on why she needs to sing more (something we agree with 100%), we also tried a bit of Ouija mind-reading! We had several partial hits and a few misses, which I think was quite a good outcome so early on in our Ouija experience. Things have moved on quite a ways with Seth and how we use the Ouija since we held this session, I hope you can keep following/reading the sessions until we get up to date. We’re loving it and the people Seth is helping are also loving it.
SESSION 13 25/9/11
We set our intention as usual, and establish that we’re talking to Seth.
CAN YOU GET JANET TO TELL YOU ABOUT WHY SHE ONLY SINGS FOR CERTAIN
Kris: I think it’s ‘people’, for certain people. Is that right?
Paddy: Can you tell us that, Jan?
Jan: Because I’m only comfortable with certain people.
Kris: Have you got any suggestions what she might do instead?
DO GET ENERGY FROM FEELING GOOD
Kris: So she should sing more then?
Kris: Should she just sing for herself? Would that be enough?
Kris: Does Janet need to perform in order to get this energy?
Kris: What happens when Janet performs that makes this energy different?
ENERGY CAUSES HER CEASE DESIRE FOR DEATH
Kris: So I think…let’s think of it in terms of, perhaps, Tarot cards. The ‘Death’ card doesn’t mean there’s going to be a death…
Jan: It means the end of something, doesn’t it?
Kris: So, ‘cease desire for death’, it might be the opposite – in fact, you feel more desire to live when you sing. Rather than you are desiring to die. Shall we ask? Do you want to ask if it means you’re usually desiring to die?
Jan: Go on, then.
Kris: When you say Janet ceases her desire for death when she sings, do you mean that without it, she desires to die?
Kris: So, the more she sings, the more she will want to live? And the less she sings, the less she will want to live?
Kris: That’s a huge thing to put on singing. Why is that, that Janet feels that way about singing? Or even not singing?
ENERGY IS GOOD
Kris: When she’s singing?
Kris: And Janet is aware of this on some level?
Kris: Is it just this time round that Janet has chosen singing as a way of creating good energy? This life?
FEELS DEATH IS EASIER
Kris: Does that mean that on some level, Janet feels death is easier than life?
Kris: And it’s the singing that’s keeping her wanting to live?
Kris: And I think that’s probably around whether you sing publicly or privately, the desire is different. And let’s face it, when you perform – when anyone performs who is a natural performer – the energy is different.
Jan: Well everyone is, aren’t they, when they sing or perform.
Paddy: I don’t know what anybody else is like, but I know that when you perform – like when you were at Anothai’s and you were singing – you were totally transformed into another person. It was like I was looking at somebody totally different. You looked like you, but you were…
(We go on to discuss the effect and positive energy that Jan’s singing creates. And how when she’s sung recently, it seems to have been more for herself – her own pleasure – and in doing that she touched others deeply.)
Kris: Can Janet do anything to help her believe in that part of her that can move people and move her in that way?
Kris: Have you any ideas or thoughts on what she can do, please?
DECIDE TO HAVE FUN
Kris: Singing, do you mean?
Jan: (laughs)Can that be ‘Naff’? (This is a joke band that we have jokingly talked about setting up together, singing ‘naff’ songs.)
Kris: Could it be when we’re all singing together? (pause)
Jan: What, every time I sing?
DECIDE TO FEEL GOOD
Kris: In general – decide to feel good? Or singing?
Kris: That sounds like Janet doesn’t already feel good. Is that true?
Kris: Is there anything in particular she doesn’t feel good about, that you can tell us about?
HER FEELINGS ABOUT GETTING ENERGY
(We discuss happiness on a human level as opposed to a spiritual one.)
Kris: Because you’re here to do what you’re here to do. And when you’re singing you’re tuning in to that, and you’re raising your vibration. And you may have decided that singing was going to be the way you’d raise your vibration. And so on that level – the part of you that made that decision – that’s not happy when you’re not singing.
Paddy: And nothing else matters except feeling good.
Kris: And so for that part of you that made that decision, death might be better, because death is just like stepping out of this room into the next.
Paddy: Like having a break and taking our fingers off the glass.
Kris: The things that we’ve just been saying, is any of that close to what you mean?
ENERGY PICKS HOW VERSION GETS VIBRATION HIGHER
Kris: When you say ‘version’, do you mean that the energy has many versions of itself, and each version gets to choose how to raise its vibration?
DECIDES HOW R (hesitant) E D S E S S ENERGY GREATNESS (really quickly)
ENERGY DECIDES HOW TO (moves quickly around the table)
Kris: We’ve lost it. Sometimes it’s going so quick it doesn’t actually hit the right one.
STOP FEELS LIKE PEOPLE GET FINGER F (circles) O E D E
Kris: We don’t understand that word. Could you try again? Maybe use a different way of putting it? ‘People get..’?
(Kris laughs out loud.)
Paddy: ‘Finger tied?’
Kris: Like you get tongue-tied, when you can’t quite get the words…
(Jan says she thinks it would be interesting if none of us could see the board. I explain what happened a few sessions ago when we did this. We discussed the need to see the tiles and how this affects how easily the words are spelled out. We also explore why it seems that I need to see the tiles. I go to the loo, and Jan and Paddy have a go without me.)
Jan: Ok, we’re trying to prove that this is something and not just Kris pushing it round. Is this something?
(The glass moves very slowly.)
Kris: Is it working?
Paddy: Very slowly. Very, very weak.
(The glass continues to move.)
Jan: It went to ‘EN’, and I started laughing and said, ‘oh yeh, we know what this is going to be, don’t we?’ and it stopped.
Kris: Can you just stop for a second. I’ve looked at something on the way up stairs. I’ve been focussing on it and…
Paddy: We want to know if it’s Seth or not.
Kris: Ok, we’ll establish that it’s Seth and then I’ll take my finger off. Ok, is this still Seth that we’re talking to?
Kris: Ok, Seth is it ok if we try out this experiment?
Kris: And is it ok if I take my finger off when it’s being done?
Jan: Just to prove something.
Kris: So, you know what it was that I was looking at. Can you spell it out?
(I sit back and cover my eyes. The glass moves slowly. Neither Jan nor Paddy say the letters it goes to.)
Kris: Is it making sense?
Jan: Not at all.
Kris: Right, stop then.
Jan: Can you tell us what it was, then?
Kris: It was the duck, the rubber duck on the bath.
Paddy: Shall we get some feedback from Seth?
Kris: Ok, Seth, I believe that you’re more than capable of being able to do that kind of thing. What happened? What went wrong?
IT NEEDS TO BE KRIS
Kris: Ok, Jan, go in to whichever room, look at something and just think of the name of that thing.
(Jan leaves the room.)
Paddy: Then we’ll do a test with me out – see if it says ‘needs to be Paddy’.
(We laugh. Janet returns)
Kris: Ok, you got it?
Jan: Yeh, yeh, very clear.
Kris: Ok, Seth, please (laughs) do your best to bring this through.
Jan: (laughing) No way! Guess? Go on then.
Kris: You want me to guess, Seth?
Kris: You swine! Ok. Oh God, I’m so scared now.
Paddy: Just clear your mind.
Kris: I’m trying. I can’t help it, I’m trying to think of it logically.
Paddy: Can you ask Seth for the first letter?
Kris: Well, I don’t know if that’s what you thought, Jan, but that’s what I was thinking.
Kris: Not ‘crystal’, Seth, that’s what I was thinking. So Jan’s even more convinced I’m doing it now.
FEEL YOUR WAY
Kris: Keep thinking of it, Jan. See it in your mind’s eye. If you could pick it up, imagine picking it up; holding it in your hands, seeing it in your hands, or just look at it if you can’t pick it up. (long pause)
Paddy: Do you know?
Kris: I’ve got something in mind. (the glass begins to move)
Kris: I swear with all my heart I was not pushing that, and it spelt out what I thought.
Paddy: Is it the horse you picked, Jan?
Kris: Ohh, my god. Why is it picking out what I’m thinking, then? Why is that? I’m in the front room and I’m looking round…
Paddy: Was it something in the front room?
Jan: Yes. You might be trying too hard. Just see the room as you walk through the door.
Jan: Don’t try to pick into something.
Kris: See, I’m going to just be guessing. Come on, Seth I’m not going to think of anything, please help me.
HAVE A GO
Paddy: Keep your finger on while you’re having a go.
HEAD NOT IN DESIRABLE FEELINGS
Kris: But yours must be, Seth. Why can’t you just bring it through?
Paddy: Because he wants you to…
Kris: But it’s just putting me off though, isn’t it? Because I keep getting it wrong, and I’m convinced now that Jan thinks I’m just pushing it – I’m thinking I’m pushing it.
Jan: That’s because your head is not – you haven’t got desirable feelings at the moment..
Paddy: Because you’re worried.
IT IS FEELING MORE THAN THINKING
Kris: I get that, I really get that, Seth. Ok, ok, ok keep doing it, Jan.
Paddy: Well, Jan doesn’t really need to do it anymore, does she?
Kris: How do you ‘feel’? (something someone’s thinking)
Paddy: Feel it, come on, just feel what it might feel like rather than trying to see it.
Kris: Feel. What comes into my mind when I think about feeling, is…texture.
Paddy: Go on. Is it hard? Is it soft?
Kris: I keep seeing the tapestry from Tunisia, and I can’t decide between that kind of texture or the rug.
Paddy: So, it’s a rug, a ruggy tapestry texture?
Kris: Or the rug that we have on the back of the couch… But then I might just be seeing those things so…
Jan: So what do you think it is, then?
Kris: I think it’s the rug.
Jan: Which one?
Kris: Well, that’s what keeps coming into my head, but for some reason I want to say the one on the wall. But I keep seeing the rug on the couch.
Paddy: Ok, so you feel the one on the wall, but you see the one on the couch?
Jan: Ok, I sat on the couch and that was the first thing I thought of (the tapestry on the wall). And I thought ‘she’ll think of that because only today I said I wish I’d bought one of these’. And, as I turned, I looked at the mirror and the crystal reflected the tapestry on the wall and I thought ‘rug’, I’ll call it a rug, I won’t call it a tapestry. So I called it a rug. And I sat here with the simplest thought…
Kris: But you’ve got two or three different things in your head…
Jan: I had the crystal reflecting in the mirror, I had the rug and I had the tapestry – the three of them. So you’re blob on there. (Jan laughs) Don’t know where ‘horse’ came from though.
Kris: That was from thinking, because I thought Janet will have seen the horse …
Paddy: How could you do that?
Kris: How could I do what?
Paddy: Go and think when you’ve been told not to.
Jan: You were told not to…
Kris: You try not to think!
Paddy: Well, we’re not special so…
(Kris hits Paddy.)
Kris: Oh stop it! So what do you make of that, Seth? Any feedback?
YOU CAN DO BETTER
Paddy: There you go. I’m going to go to the loo. I’m not needed now.
Kris: On a side note, Seth, what did you think of my conversation with Delcia?
YOU HAVE A FRIEND WHO WILL BE ENERGY GUIDE
Kris: Thank you, ok. (Paddy returns) You’ve thought of something?
(I try to concentrate.)
Kris: Book, the holder for the incense burner, and the card on the wall with the kid’s hands holding the…thing.
Jan: And just before you tell her, can I tell you what I…felt? The incense burner.
Paddy: No, it’s not.
Kris: That’s interesting though that we both picked up that. So that was me going on a logical journey. (pause) I just can’t help ‘looking’ around the room.
Paddy: I didn’t go in the other room.
Kris: The bathroom.
Paddy: Could be anywhere.
Kris: Nicely narrowed down there, Paddy. I might have some chance if…
Paddy: Just feel, just feel.
Kris: You actually saw this thing, though?
Paddy: Yes, I did. I’m not going to make it hard for you, I’m going to make it easy.
Jan: What were you thinking it was?
Kris: The picture of my mum.
Jan: I thought it was the clock.
Paddy: Ok, so feel, feel…
Kris: (laughing) Well, Janet and I are feeling quite a lot. (The picture of my mum is next to the clock on the wall. Paddy tries to give me clues, but I still don’t get it.)
Paddy: See if Seth got it. Go on, get your fingers on and I’ll get a drink.
Kris: So, Seth, any words of encouragement about what’s taken place?
FEEL YOURSELF MOVING THROUGH IT
Paddy: What’s that mean?
Kris: It’s about energy, and instead of trying to see something… It’s the kind of exercise he gave Jane and Rob to do. To connect and see things on a different level: to perceive things in a different way. So you don’t see it as a solid object because it’s energy, and you’re energy, so you use – I’m thinking – your energy to go through whatever it is, the thoughts perhaps that you’re transmitting. Is that right, Seth? Sort of?
Kris: I’m sure it’s not the exact…
Kris: Are we talking to my dad, now? (pause) Who are we talking to now? (pause) Who is it we’re talking to? (pause)
Kris: What’s your name? (long pause) Whose dad are you?
Kris: Why are we talking to you now, and not Seth?
GET SOME HELP
Kris: Are you here to give me help? (pause) Get some help with what? (pause)
Kris: Has this got anything to do with what I was talking about to Janet today about frequency levels and vibrations, and about shifting the vibrations to make it more accessible?
Kris: So, you’re on a different vibration level to Seth?
Kris: You’re closer to our vibration level, then?
DEATH IS NOT FINAL
Paddy: Do you want to ask your dad anything?
Kris: Is there anything else you want to tell us…dad?
DEATH ENERGY CONTINUES FILM ABOUT HOW GOOD ENERGY TRANSFORMS
REST OF FREEDOM
Paddy: Is that it?
WE ARE UNDERGO G
(It seems to get lost again.)
CELLULAR MEMORY HAS RIGHT FORM FOR YOU (pause) HAS (K?)NO(W?)
(glass moves around the table) WHO DECIDES HOW TO LIVE UNLESS LIFE ALREADY JESTER
Kris: Who are we talking to?
Kris: Ok, Seth, what has ‘Jester’ got to do with anything, please?
Jan: This person got one crazy sense of humour.
Paddy: Was that Seth who’s just been on, or was that Kris’s dad?
Kris: You’re taking it in turns, Seth?
Kris: So, can you say why my dad came through? Can you just clarify that for me?
HIS VIBRATION IS LOWER
Kris: So that’s easier for us to communicate with, then? Allegedly.
Kris: Is that actually true, though? Did that actually happen, that it was easier?
Kris: Do we have to raise our vibration, then?
Kris: How can we do that?
BY WORKING ON BELIEF
Kris: The more I can open myself up to believing what is happening, the higher my vibration will get?
Kris: And that will make communication easier?
Kris: So, if I struggle to use the Ouija board, how am I going to channel?
FEEL YOUR WAY
Kris: I’m shattered.
Paddy: Shall we stop then?
Kris: I think so. Seth, we’re going to stop. Have you got any further comments or messages for anybody in the room?
Kris: Have I got it right, what I was just thinking?
Kris: ‘Get Janet to sing more’.
Kris: Is that right?
Kris: Anything else before we finish?
FEEL ENERGY HIGHER
Kris: Ok, is that it?
DECIDE TO MAKE MONEY BY MAKING FILM U SELL YOUR SCRIPT
PADDY MAKE MONEY BY PLAYING MUSIC FOR FILM BE EASY.
Kris: Ok, thank you. Goodnight.