Session 202403092

Using Visualization and Pearl Energy to Find a New Home


“Using Visualization and Pearl Energy to Find a New Home”
“Time Travel”
“Self-Awareness and Outside Sources”

Saturday, March 9, 2024 (Private/Phone)

Participants: Mary (Michael) and Paul (Paneus)

“Just because many people share that direction and that perception doesn’t mean anything.”

ELIAS: Good morning!

PAUL: Good morning, Elias.

ELIAS: (Chuckles) My friend, how shall we begin?

PAUL: Recently, and I’ve had it off and on for a while, I’ve been getting this light-headed sensation, like balance sensation where you lay down and turn your head in one direction and you know (sighs), but that… It goes away after I’m up and walking around. And it’s… I had a period of time during a week where I didn’t have it at all for like five days, and it just came back a little bit recently. Mild. What’s the cause for that?

ELIAS: And your assessment? What have you noticed? (Pause) What have you noticed since it’s come back?

PAUL: (Pause) Hm. I think I’d say alignment with my time travel projections. It’s just alignment fallout, if you will.

ELIAS: And what would you say changed?

PAUL: That I don’t know.

ELIAS: (Inaudible) for a while.

PAUL: I’m not sure what changed to cause that. Is there more of that deeper projection, thus a greater need to rebalance after I come out?

ELIAS: No. I would say that it doesn’t have to do with that. Therefore, now reassess. What can you see that was different during that time framework that it wasn’t happening?

PAUL: Oh. Interesting point. (Pause) Elias, I don’t know. I can’t… I’m not sure.

[Mary’s dogs bark loudly]

ELIAS: One moment.

[Mary returns briefly and then Elias arrives once again]

ELIAS: Continuing.

PAUL: Hey, Elias. I got an idea during that break that we had. I think it may have been that the difference would have been when I was out of town for work in Grand Rapids, that maybe that separation from the home environment was a distinction between the situations.

ELIAS: Congratulations. Yes.

PAUL: So what is the cause? Just the stress from…


PAUL: Okay. Okay.

ELIAS: Which I would say that that’s a good example to you, of how it’s affecting you and what I have been expressing to you for quite some time—

PAUL: Well, we have to—

ELIAS: That this is an example, for you to actually experience something different.

PAUL: Hm. Okay. I understand. We’re, my daughter and I, are getting separate places in May and—


PAUL: Yeah. Well, the lease is up. They want to sell the house we’re currently in, so it’s a… We’re just going to try and stay… I’m just going to try and stay within twenty minutes of her, so I can still see the kids and help out on occasion.

ELIAS: Congratulations.

PAUL: Yeah. I wasn’t going to get to this question, but I guess I’ll get to it right now. So what specific technique would you recommend, other than just doing a classic intention, for me to create the ideal rental home in the general area? Are there any techniques you’d recommend I practice to create that actuality?

ELIAS: I would say you could be practicing generating an experiential visualization about what type of home you want to engage, and then include the pearl energy in that.

PAUL: Okay. I’ll read up on that then.

ELIAS: That would, that will enhance it. It will enhance your energy and help.

PAUL: Okay. I will. I’ll look at that, because I don’t know much about the pearl energy. So I’ll go look at that. Hey—

ELIAS: Very well.

PAUL: I’ll ask some easy questions for a minute here. I did my second hypnosis therapy.


PAUL: And I took your recommendation. It was using the Alexander the Great’s trip to Siwah, Egypt in the desert, a temple there. And then I gave her a bunch of information as I talked. It’s unusual because it doesn’t seem like I’m under hypnosis. Was everything that I related to her correct?

ELIAS: Because you have, that’s simply because you have a preconceived idea of what it should feel like, which is incorrect.

PAUL: Right.

ELIAS: But continue.

PAUL: Was everything that I stated to her correct?


PAUL: Two questions. So why did, why did they tell Alexander the Great that he should avoid pomegranates? And I have an impression, by the way, that because the priest thought that that might be a future potential for him being poisoned.

ELIAS: I would say that that was correct, but why? Why would pomegranate be poisoning to him? I would say because he had an allergy to that.

PAUL: Oh. Was that why he got so ill in… before his death? Did he eat pomegranates?


PAUL: So it wasn’t a… It wasn’t like somebody tried to assassinate him by poisoning him. He just ate pomegranates in a weakened state?

ELIAS: Correct.

PAUL: Oh. Nice. One of the things I related to her was that one of the people that was still out there that had killed his father, his name was… It was like a great-uncle or something like that, and his name was Hyperion. But when I did a google search for Hyperion, there was no… I mean that’s what actually ties to the Greek god myth, but there’s no character that I found in my google search about Hyperion being a relation to Olympia, his mother, or a great-uncle to him or anything like that. So was that still accurate?

ELIAS: Yes, it was.

PAUL: He was called Hyperion? He was called Hyperion?

ELIAS: Not a… Yes, that was his name, but he was an illegitimate child and therefore not recognized as a true member of the family.

PAUL: Was his name really Hyperion or was that a nickname?

ELIAS: Yes, it was his name.

PAUL: Oh, okay. I had a rash around my neck two weeks ago, and I finally went to the doctor on Monday. I think it was Monday. And I got a prescription for some antibacterial stuff that apparently cleaned it up. Two things: what caused the rash? And can I stop the medication today? I think I have two days left. Because it seems like I’m all better.

ELIAS: I would suggest that you continue the medication until it is finished.

PAUL: Okay.

ELIAS: And I would say that it was a bacterial infection.

PAUL: Yeah, but what caused it though?

ELIAS: A bacteria. (Laughs)

PAUL: Well, I’m sorry. How did the bacteria get entrenched into the skin around my neck?

ELIAS: (Laughs) I’m aware of what you were expressing. (Both laugh)

PAUL: Thanks, Elias.

ELIAS: (Laughs) Now; would you have any assessment—

PAUL: Yeah, I had—

ELIAS: — in relation to that?

PAUL: Yeah, I was getting my hair cut the Saturday or Sunday before I left for Grand Rapids, and my neck started getting itchy. They put that little, when they give you a haircut they put that little thing around your, little paper thing around your neck.


PAUL: And maybe there was some bacteria that was on that? Maybe it wasn’t clean all the way?

ELIAS: Correct.

PAUL: Oh! I was correct. Okay. Thank you for confirming that.

ELIAS: You are very welcome. (Chuckles) And I would express to you (chuckles), thank you for having a sense of humor. (Both laugh)

PAUL: I do. I do. I had a couple time travel projections. They’re very brief. One was I was seeing my Minoan young scribe, Mog, put these clay tablets on like a shelf but they seemed to be covered in… The shelf had a lot of dust or sawdust on there and I was puzzled by that. Was it really sawdust that he would put these tablets on? And do you know why?

ELIAS: Not necessarily sawdust, but dust. Yes.

PAUL: Was there a purpose for the dust or was it just that it wasn’t cleaned?

ELIAS: Mm, no. They didn’t always do that. They didn’t always clean an area because I would say that actually it’s a combination of dust and sand, not sawdust. And I would say that because that was so common, they didn’t always take the time to clean that.

PAUL: Okay. And that was like a cooling shelf or something like that?


PAUL: After they had taken it out of the kiln? Okay. Okay. Okay.

Another projection I had was – and I forgot the guy’s name – but I had a focus that was in World War II in North Africa on the German side for a brief period of time. And I had a projection of him in a car, in a jeep, riding through Benghazi, and him looking around. He had a cap on, not a helmet, a cap on and… Was that projection accurate?


PAUL: Okay. Well, I guess I’m getting a little bit better at this.

ELIAS: I would agree.

PAUL: (Chuckles) Yeah! (Elias laughs) Okay, so I had my review with my boss, my performance review with my boss, on Wednesday. And I know he wanted me to be… I’m more of a big picture, strategic guy and we had a survey of all the employees in the company and my team itself, they like me as a manager and how I am hands-off, but they gave me a lower rating because I’m always doing other stuff, other than working with the team. As a consequence, my boss gave me an okay rating, you know, fully met expectations overall, but I was very disappointed because I was expecting a promotion or at a minimum a much higher rating, because I’ve done some amazing things at the company. Why did I…? I don’t want to play a victim here, but why did I create that situation?

ELIAS: (Pause) Ah. I would say that this is actually very understandable, that you would create that, because it’s a communication to yourself about relying too much on outside sources. I would say that’s definitely a significant piece of information.

PAUL: Mm-hm.

ELIAS: Because that’s something that you do in many directions, not simply in your job but in relation to almost everything.

PAUL: Well, that’s a very common belief system that most people have. (Chuckles)

ELIAS: That’s a very common excuse.

PAUL: Okay. (Elias laugh) So—

ELIAS: Just because many people share that direction and that perception doesn’t mean anything, actually. I would say that the point is, my friend, that you are wanting to move in a direction of being more self-aware, correct?

PAUL: I do.

ELIAS: And therefore also be more successful in some of your other activities, such as time traveling. And in that, this would be something significant to actually look at and address to, in relation to YOU and your direction. It doesn’t matter what other people do. What matters is what you do, and what matters is what you’re aware of. And in that, I would say that giving yourself a disappointing outcome in relation to those outside sources is something that would definitely gain your attention and influence you to question and pay attention to what you’re doing and why.

PAUL: Well, I think it ties to a dream I had last night where… I’ll give you the dream. Maybe I’m… Maybe they’re related, maybe they’re not, but the dream last night was… It was a long dream, but the section I wanted to relate that seems similar is that I was meeting with this professor and apologizing for missing many of his lectures and classes. I realized I had a whole bunch of assignments and work to do, to get caught up on this science project I was on. And he was giving me the key of his office to get caught up on my own time and he asked like, “Well, why did you miss so much?” “Well, I work. I’m going out of town for work and I’m really busy. I just can’t do it all.” So was this tied to that situation that I want to be more involved in my time travel aspirations and scientific-type work and less plugged into my corporate life?

ELIAS: It’s not black and white. It’s not either-or. You can do both, but it’s a matter of paying more attention to YOU and what you’re doing, and therefore being able to make time for both directions and expressions. And in that, not concerning yourself with the outside sources. And I understand that in business, it is significant that they generate these evaluations periodically and that it is important to be generating a favorable report, but I would also say that you’re much more likely to generate a favorable report if you’re paying more attention to YOU and not paying so much attention to what you don’t have—

PAUL: What about the—

ELIAS: —or —

PAUL: What about his main point, that he wants—

ELIAS: —or what (inaudible).

PAUL: Repeat.

ELIAS: Continue.

PAUL: No, repeat. I’m sorry, I didn’t catch that.

ELIAS: I said, or what isn’t happening.

PAUL: Ah. He was relating that he wanted me to be more focused on my individual team’s effort so that they feel that I’m more plugged into their activities, instead of being so stretched in different ways, different avenues that are outside the group. Which I do a lot of projects that are outside our group that are big picture type stuff.


PAUL: Because I’m a strategic guy and (laughs) that’s how I… I see opportunities for the company to improve and I take on those projects by my own volition, to help out. And so I think my team feels that I’m not as focused on their daily activities. Well, I know they do. They don’t think I’m as focused on their daily activities as they’d prefer, probably.

ELIAS: And what I would say to you is, you are taking on different projects of your own volition in the idea that you’re helping the company, but are you actually helping you? No. You’re concentrated on outside sources and in that, looking at the situation that if you move in those directions, that it’ll be noticed and recognized and appreciated and therefore then you’ll be rewarded for that. And what actually happened?

PAUL: Yeah. I just got a kind of okay review instead of a great review.

ELIAS: Precisely. Precisely. That’s the point, is that it’s your motivation isn’t just to further the company. Your motivation is to impress. And what’s actually happening is it’s not generating what you intend for it to be generating. And in that, I would say that it’s all connected, my friend. That that is all a matter of looking at the situation or your situation with your job as if you are concentrated on your team, that’s not enough. But it is, because it’s a matter of how well you are performing and how well you are interacting with your team.

PAUL: Yeah. Okay. I got it. I understand.

ELIAS: Very well.

PAUL: The congressional candidate that I’m supporting, the—

ELIAS: This is another (inaudible)

PAUL: What?

ELIAS: This is, this is what I’m saying, that it’s all interconnected. This is another piece of that.

PAUL: (Sighs) Is there anything that I’ve been doing that I should do differently? Because I want to, I’d like to be on her staff as a fulltime member, provide her sustainability, like a sustainability science climate change type of member. And she’d seen my text where I basically said hey, do you foresee having a position, fulltime position for this? And she just didn’t reply. Is there something I should do differently at this stage of the game? Or just keep on doing what I’ve been doing, reaching out every two or three weeks?

ELIAS: How much have you engaged her in person?

PAUL: Nothing, because I’ve… She hasn’t had a time yet. She’s kept saying, “I apologize. Maybe at the first of the year.” And then the first of the year came and I followed up in late January and she said, “Yeah, I’m just, I’ve got all these campaign activities. We’ll connect.” And it hasn’t happened yet.

ELIAS: Precisely. And it likely won’t, because she’s going to continue to be exceptionally busy. And therefore if you’re not in physical proximity with her, in which she’s physically interacting with you because you’re right there, you’re likely going to continue to be put off. Because what has her attention is everything that she is doing physically.

PAUL: So how best would I get her attention and meeting in person? Because I sent her a note. Just follow up again maybe in a week or two and say, “Hey,” a follow-up about meeting in person? Because I’m not that far away. I could meet her within about a forty-five minute drive. It’s not that far away.

ELIAS: I would say perhaps follow her schedule and place yourself in physical proximity with her at some point.


ELIAS: And then express to her, “I’m here.”

PAUL: Ah. I will try that. I will try that. Good point. That’s a good point, Elias. I like that idea.

Elias, I see that we’re at time. And so again—

ELIAS: Very well.

PAUL: I want to express my fervent and deep appreciation for our engaging alignments.

ELIAS: (Laughs) And I express tremendous, tremendous encouragement to you, my friend.

PAUL: Thanks.

ELIAS: Pay attention to what you’re doing.

PAUL: Got it. I’ll do so. Thanks, Elias.

ELIAS: And I shall be offering my energy to you in tremendous support, as always.

PAUL: Thanks, Elias. Au revoir.

ELIAS: In dear friendship, until our next meeting, au revoir.

PAUL: Au revoir.

(Elias departs after 32 minutes)

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