This clip is from the meeting held February 25, 2009 in Sonoma, CA.
This was the first meeting where Eloheim came through with my eyes open for the entire meeting. The week before, there were long stretches of eyes open and in the intervening days, the private sessions were all done eyes open. However, when this meeting started it was eyes open from the start!
Whew! Strangely enough, it felt normal to have my eyes open, but it also felt new and different. I had always wondered what it would be like to channel with my eyes open and I had tried to do it in the past, but it just didn’t work. I would get too caught up in the idea of having my eyes open to allow Eloheim’s message to flow.
Then, last week, it just happened.
The interesting part of this for me is that I was unable to follow the conversation. I spent the entire meeting asking questions like, “Did that make sense?” and “Did they even complete that thought?” I figured that since no one said anything or got up and left, Eloheim must have been making some sort of sense! Turns out they were.
When I first started channeling a similar experience occurred. Eloheim would finish a sentence and I wouldn’t be able to remember how the sentence began! Now, that was a strange experience. Especially as it went on for 90 minutes.
As I worked with the video I made another observation. I very carefully set up the camera to center my head in the screen THEN Eloheim slouches and the video ends up looking like I have no body. Which is an ironic twist now that I consider it.
Here is just over 9 minutes from the beginning of the meeting. The entire meeting was about 100 minutes.
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