Session 202311052

Avoiding Conflict; Self-Indulgence; Drinking Water; Restoring Hair Color


“Validation Imagery”
“Stopping Opposing and Judging”
“Focus, Lack of Focus, and Blurred Vision”
“Glucose Levels, Energy, Balance and Self-Indulgence”
“A Body Accustomed to Being Dehydrated”
“The Importance of Electrolytes”

Sunday, November 5, 2023 (Private/Phone)

Participants: Mary (Michael) and Ben (Sumarian)

ELIAS: Good evening!

BEN: Good evening, Elias.

ELIAS: (Laughs) And what shall we discuss?

BEN: Today I have a list, so it will make it easier for me to pick out interesting things. I’ll start with some curiosities, that are really, really cool. Two weeks ago, I picked up my laundry from the laundromat and at the bottom of the bag I see two keys together. One was totally red and one was totally green, which was really cool. And I know they’re connected to the energy centers, but I didn’t really get what the combination of red and green are for me at this point. I know they’re associated with healing or with the immune system. Is there something else?

ELIAS: The green is. The red would be structural. Therefore the green is yes, related to healing and red is related to structural.

BEN: What does structural mean? In what sense? Not in self-structuring. Maybe in slowing down?

ELIAS: Yes. And in relation to the structure of the body.

BEN: Okay. And I’m presenting this to myself as just a reminder to pay attention to my body? Because I do that almost automatically. Or was this something like a communication?

ELIAS: I would say that it was fun imagery in validation of you paying attention. Sometimes you might simply give yourself some fun imagery in validating what you are already doing, simply to keep a lightheartedness about yourself.

BEN: Oh! Because you know that when I saw the keys, they were almost like two pieces of candy on a wire and I did feel a kind of lightness. And I said wow, look at that, that’s amazing.

ELIAS: Precisely.

BEN: Wow. Imagery. That’s so cool! (Elias laughs) Something else with my body, I started touching this bone that’s on my chest about two inches below the collarbone and I seem to like to feel it and to touch it. And it seems more prominent than it was before. I was wondering if that’s just a reminder again of the pink energy center?


BEN: And just a reminder that it’s there and I can use it? Or something more immediate?

ELIAS: No, I would say simply a reminder.

BEN: Okay. My heart skips a beat occasionally, every once in a while recently. I’m quite sure it has to do with the conflict going on in Israel in which I’m not participating at all.

ELIAS: I would agree.

BEN: Okay. I think I’m doing a fantastic job of selecting what I do in relation to this event. For the most part, I’m not participating, in a similar manner to the conflict in Ukraine more or less.

ELIAS: I would agree. And I would actually also congratulate you in that, because that is excellent in generating an energy that you’re rippling outwardly to not be participating in conflict.

BEN: Right. And I think I took advantage of this event to stop opposing and judging, and with anything and everything, and just let things be. Other people and other situations. So I’m sort of using this conflict to not express any conflict or opposition, so it’s like a double-fold effect.

ELIAS: I would agree. And I would very much acknowledge you, my friend. Well done!

BEN: Yeah. Thanks. I acknowledge myself too, because it’s easier to fall into that but I said no way, not this time.

ELIAS: I understand. And you’re correct. It is easy to fall into these conflicts and to be perpetuating them. And I would definitely acknowledge you that you’re choosing intentionally not to.

BEN: Okay. Another question with the body. Today a lot of body stuff. But lately my eyesight sometimes when I’m in the office becomes blurry and not focused. And I found out that if I sort of relax for a second and move my attention back to myself, it corrects itself. So is that just imagery to practice paying attention to myself as I’m working?

ELIAS: (Pause) I would also say it’s a matter of focus, paying attention to what you’re focusing on or if you’re focused at all.

BEN: So you’re saying that I could be working on a computer program which appears to require very intense focus, and I may be doing it on semi-automatic pilot and not being focused on what I am doing?

ELIAS: Sometimes. And sometimes it might be the opposite, that you’re too focused.

BEN: Oh.

ELIAS: And if you’re too focused, if you become too focused, that can generate the same action of blurring your vision.

BEN: Oh, so that’s why when I relax even during programing in front of the screen, all of a sudden everything clears up?

ELIAS: Correct.

BEN: So it’s a situation of sometimes trying a bit too hard in whatever I’m doing, whether it’s programing or reading something or figuring something out, trying too hard?

ELIAS: Correct.

BEN: Huh. Which actually doesn’t allow me to receive any information or ideas. It just blocks everything.

ELIAS: I would agree.

BEN: (Sighs) Okay. There was some funny imagery with the spring water dispenser. For the last two or three days it started leaking hot water. It’s a brand new dispenser, and it was hilarious. And yesterday I said that maybe it’s letting off some steam and then I said maybe I’m letting off some steam and releasing pressure. And as soon as I said that, that’s it. It stopped.

ELIAS: (Laughs) I would say that that IS some comical imagery that you’re giving yourself, my friend. But I would also again acknowledge you and commend you for being able to move in your direction and incorporate levity into your daily life and to be expressing yourself in a capacity in which you are not allowing conflict to affect you.

BEN: Yeah.

ELIAS: Congratulations.

BEN: Thank you. Because I remember a conversation we had in 2006 when there was a similar conflict from the north. And I just escaped for a month and went to England because I didn’t want to handle all this panic and anxiety that was around me.

ELIAS: Now you are moving in your own direction and you don’t have to escape.

BEN: Exactly. Well done!

ELIAS: Congratulations.

BEN: (Laughs) Thanks. Okay. We’re talking now about another thing with the body that we’ve talked about before, my blood glucose levels. Again I did routine tests and they were sky-high, and I was told off by a medical practitioner that I’m in danger and I should start taking medications and I’m irresponsible – the regular medical religion. And what I want to ask you is from a different angle. I don’t think any of these blood markers are to do with food and eating and how much I eat and what I eat. I want to ask you, how is my energy being reflected in this issue? In other words, how does who I am, my personality, my attention, translate itself in a situation where my body cannot absorb all the energy sugar that it’s creating, and leaves it in the blood stream?

ELIAS: And what would your assessment be?

BEN: My assessment would be that sometimes my energy is revving for no reason. I get too excited. I get overwhelmed. And all of these activities which I view as fun for the most part are communicating to the body, “Get ready. We’re excited,” and it never stops. Relentless.

ELIAS: I would actually agree with that. And what I would say is, it’s a matter of you learning how to intentionally balance.

BEN: Or in other words, knowing when to curb the awarenesses and when to stop?

ELIAS: Yes. And to move in a direction of balancing yourself. Because I will say to you that it is possible for you to create physical manifestations that you won’t like. Therefore I would say that this is a manifestation that is communicating to you to balance.

BEN: Does balance mean balancing the interaction with self with the outward movement of attention, for a soft individual that has many, many soft moments throughout the day? Almost countless ones.

ELIAS: Yes. And I would say that balance also is engaged in a manner of not constantly moving in the direction of self- indulgence.

BEN: Oh. What would that mean? That’s a little bit fuzzy for me. Self-indulgence in the sense of eating?

ELIAS: No, not necessarily. Self-indulgence in relation to anything. Not necessarily only food, but just as you were assessing about your energy and excitement and in that, that is a part of self-indulgence also.

BEN: But excessive, you’re saying, at times.

ELIAS: Correct.

BEN: So that would be like riding my scooter for four or five, six hours, having a blast? Or playing the drums for three hours non-stop? And things like that?

ELIAS: Correct. Self-indulgence. Balance. Balance is important.

BEN: So self-indulgence would seem to me like following good feelings and wanting more.

ELIAS: And what have I expressed about following feelings? It doesn’t matter if they are good or bad.

BEN: Right. And they need to be acknowledged and released. Otherwise it’s just as destructive, the good and the bad.

ELIAS: Correct.

BEN: Wow. I would never have defined myself as a self-indulgent individual because I have a negative association about that. It’s like somebody that eats all day or watches porn all day. But it’s the same?

ELIAS: It is the same. It doesn’t mean that you’re doing something that you personally think is bad, if you are engaging something that YOU think is good and pleasurable. Someone that eats all day thinks that’s good and pleasurable. Someone that is watching porn all day thinks that’s good and pleasurable. Therefore it’s no different.

BEN: Right. It’s easier to follow these feelings because you know surfacely the individual will say, “What’s wrong with doing it a little bit more?” But a little bit more becomes a lot more.

ELIAS: Correct. And it’s not a matter of not doing. It’s a matter of balance.

BEN: Okay. So assuming that I make changes to my energy, is there something that I would do with the symptoms? Like I do what is called intermittent fasting. I eat less carbohydrates. I think it helps. But is there anything else that I could do to affect my body in a more beneficial manner?

ELIAS: And what, and what are you consuming when you are not fasting or you are not restricting carbohydrates?

BEN: I eat very little every day. I eat maybe at lunch and then something very small in the evening. I usually eat a piece of protein, a piece of fish, some vegetables, maybe a little bit of starchy rice or whole wheat bread and you know, some nuts. Pistachios. Eggs occasionally. I eat very, very fresh food and very good food that I like, and very small amounts.

ELIAS: How much water are you consuming?

BEN: I would say probably one liter if not less, because I don’t feel any promptings from my body to drink because I get a lot of water from my food.

ELIAS: I would say that is not, that is not a good indicator, my friend. Don’t go by your body prompting you in relation to water. Because in relation to water, that is something that is generally what you have developed throughout your life, and your body becomes accustomed to being dehydrated. And I would say that this is a significant piece because in that, it’s not only that your body is accustomed to being in a state of being dehydrated. It doesn’t function correctly. Therefore other things surface that are things that you look at as dysfunctioning or as something that is developing into a condition. I would say that it’s that your body isn’t processing properly because you’re not consuming enough water. You—

BEN: But if I can’t trust the body’s communications, then what…? How do I know how much to drink? I don’t want to start drinking like a robot and urinating half of it an hour later.

ELIAS: I would say that first of all, that is a natural process. And if you are not consuming water because you don’t want to be urinating, you’re doing damage to your body. And what I would say to you is, for your body size, I would say three liters of water at the least.

BEN: And is that something that I should build up slowly, or…? Like drink more and more and more until my body actually absorbs all of this water?

ELIAS: It’s going to absorb a lot of it and it’s going to flush a lot of it, and that’s natural. And that begins to engage your body in a capacity in which it begins to function in a more natural capacity. And what I would say is, in this it’s a matter of… (Sighs) Building up to three liters of water per day? No. I would merely express start consuming three liters of water per day.

BEN: Okay. And you mentioned to Nuno that water, spring water with electrolytes will be absorbed easier by the body than tap water, which many times the body just sends to the bladder. Does that apply to me too?

ELIAS: Your body doesn’t simply send water to your bladder. What I was expressing to him is that it is important to also be incorporating electrolytes IN the water, and that many areas in which you incorporate tap water for drinking is stripped of electrolytes.

Now; you can research whether electrolytes are included in your tap water or not. But for the most part, most places in your world, when you incorporate water from the tap, that water has been stripped and it’s been processed and therefore it’s not necessarily going to include electrolytes. But there are some places in the world that do not strip the water from electrolytes. Therefore it’s something to investigate.

If you incorporate water in your town that is spring water and if that spring water includes electrolytes, then you can be consuming your tap water and it will be fine. But that is an important factor. Electrolytes are important for maintaining blood in a healthy capacity, and electrolytes are exceptionally important in relation to ANY expression of healing.

BEN: Even in the small amounts that exist in water, which are minute amounts compared to foods?

ELIAS: Correct. But it’s incorporated in the body differently because foods are digested. Water is not. Therefore the electrolytes that you receive from water are incorporated in the body directly and more efficiently because they are absorbed rather than digested.

BEN: Okay. So that’s a big difference. Okay. It’s good to hear that. I thought I was listening to my thirst indicators but apparently these indicators are learned behaviors and they’re not necessarily accurate.

ELIAS: Correct.

BEN: So at this point, is my pancreas creating insulin and functioning more or less in line with its role in my body?

ELIAS: (Pause) It can improve.

BEN: Okay. And apart from the water that we mentioned, something that I’m missing in terms of metals, vitamins? It doesn’t feel like it, but perhaps I’m not listening.

ELIAS: No. I would say that at this point, no.

BEN: Okay. I think this whole session is about the body, so I’ll ask the last body question, and it’s about the hair on my chest that is not being replenished with color, or in other words white chest hair. Now the easy solution to that aesthetic issue is to cut it once in while, just like I cut the hair on my head. But that doesn’t sound like a great solution for me and I was wondering if that’s actually an indicator of opposing energy?

ELIAS: Cutting it? Or not?

BEN: Yeah. Cutting it. Removing it so I won’t see it.

ELIAS: Would that be an action of opposing? No. No.

BEN: So it’s similar to cutting my beard or cutting my hair on my head?

ELIAS: Yes. Yes. I would agree.

BEN: And how about some way that I could replenish or regenerate the color coming back to that area? That would require what? Inner landscape methods? Meditations?

ELIAS: Yes. Yes. That would. But I would also remind you, in relation to what I have expressed to other individuals, you can do that and you can accomplish that but it requires commitment and diligence because replenishing color into hair anywhere on your body is one of those actions that is difficult because it’s a matter of recognizing that when the color drains from the hair follicles, it means the hair follicles empty. They become empty tubes. And in that, then it’s a matter of pulling pigmentation from some other area of your body and putting it into those hollow tubes. Are you understanding?

[The timer for the end of the session rings]

BEN: Yeah. And as you’re speaking, I’m imagining the only place that has a lot of pigmentation is my head. But then I would have white hair on my head. (Both laugh) So what do I accomplish?

ELIAS: And I would agree, because when you take the pigmentation from one place, then you deprive the body of that pigmentation in that place. Therefore you’re making a trade.

BEN: So there’s no chance of making more pigmentation? Like I make red blood cells?

ELIAS: Generally speaking, no. That’s the reason I expressed. It’s not impossible, but it would be very difficult.

BEN: All right. Maybe just making it less important eventually is the solution for all of that. It’s not really important.

ELIAS: I would agree.

BEN: All right. (Laughs) Since the buzzer is off, I think we’re going to end this very interesting session all about the body. (Elias laughs) And you’ve given me some excellent information. With the water, I will start that immediately.

ELIAS: Excellent.

BEN: So thank you for all of the interaction. It’s been a pleasure.

ELIAS: And I would express the same to you, my dear friend.

BEN: All right.

ELIAS: And I shall be definitely looking forward to our next conversation. In tremendous, tremendous love and affection and friendship to you, as always, au revoir.

BEN: Bye bye.

(Elias departs after 33 minutes)

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