Session 202403111

Pearl Energy Is Personal


“Pearl Energy Is Personal”
“Types of Dragons”

Monday, March 11, 2024 (Private/In Person)

Participants: Mary (Michael) and Jean (Lyla)

[Note: This is a follow-up to Tarik’s session on pearl energy, 202402251.]

(Audio begins partway through session)

JEAN: And then with the pearl energy, I’ve come up with a visualization on it, but I’m not the type of person that necessarily feels vibrations. You were talking about, in the session, you may feel a vibration or hear a note or something. I don’t necessarily feel it, but am I still activating it by visualizing –


JEAN: Enough?


JEAN: So if I visualize the picture that I have, it includes a dragon, a pearl and a pyramid and… Like if I visualize that, does it become available immediately?


JEAN: So I don’t have to sit and like, “Oh, I’m not feeling the tingling. I’m not hearing the this or I’m not…” ?

ELIAS: You don’t have to.

JEAN: Okay.

ELIAS: Those are all different expressions that people might experience, but that doesn’t mean you have to experience any of that. I would say that however you individually, personally connect with that energy is entirely acceptable, and it’s… That was the point in what I was expressing, that it IS personal.

JEAN: Right. Right.

ELIAS: Therefore, however YOU engage it is going to be different from how someone else engages it, because it is highly personal.

JEAN: Okay. And then do I have a dragon focus?


JEAN: Would you be so kind as to give me a name? Because I… (Pause)

ELIAS: [Sounds like] Bweevenna.

JEAN: Oh. Can you spell that?

ELIAS: B-U-I-P-I-E-R-A. It is not pronounced how it is spelled.

JEAN: Okay. And would this be female?


JEAN: This is so beautiful that you said dragons represent, you know, strength, they’re bold , they’re magical. And you said, “Find your inner magic and enhance it with that pearl energy. Know that each one of you has that magical dragon inside of you.” I’ll cry. “Start with your imagination. It’s a wondrous tool. I would be encouraging each of you to choose your own color and be that dragon.”

Does this dragon have a particular color?

ELIAS: What is your color?

JEAN: Well, I’ve been using blue, a shimmering blue.

ELIAS: And there you are.

JEAN: Okay. And you said, “And choose what type of dragon.” What do you mean by “what type of dragon you want to be”?

ELIAS: There are different types. You in your reality have translated different types of dragons in relation to what you identify as Asian dragons – therefore Japanese or Chinese dragons – or European dragons, and they have very different appearances. Asian dragons are very… coil-y (chuckles). They have many coils, and they have tremendous plumage, and they are bright colors, and they have more than one color for each dragon. They also can be water dragons or they can be air dragons or they can be earth dragons.

Then there are European dragons, which have wings and very large bodies. And in that, they are more in appearance similar to reptiles, very large reptiles with very long tails and very large teeth. And these are dragons that are viewed to be very fierce. These dragons have traditionally been, in your reality, associated with the elements – with air, water, earth or fire. All of the European dragons either breathe fire or ice. Therefore that’s their strength in how they are ferocious and how they do battle.

I would say that Asian dragons are not generally known for battling. They’re more whimsical.

Then you have the third type of dragons, which are water dragons. That would be dragons that sailors have viewed as sea serpents. Generally these are more similar to Wyvern. They generally have two legs and are also winged dragons, therefore they can fly through the water or in the air. And in that, they generally do not breathe fire. They generally don’t breathe ice either, but they are tremendously ferocious and considerably large also. These are dragons that are generally in your folklore expressed in an appearance of being dangerous. They are not dragons that humans would definitely be engaged with – more like eaten by. (Laughs)

JEAN: Okay.

ELIAS: Now; all of these different varieties of dragons that you have in your fairy tales are actual representations of dragons in another dimension. The Wyverns are less common than the other two types of dragons. In this, they also are much more solitary. They do not mate for life. They only mate for procreation, and they have been known to eat their mates. They’re not very friendly. (Laughs)

I would say that the dragons that you have translated in your European type of dragons, they are the largest of all of the types of dragons. I would say that in their dimension, if you were to transport one into your dimension, it would likely stand approximately 30-45 feet tall, and it would likely be approximately 50 feet long.

JEAN: Would my dragon be a European dragon?


JEAN: Okay.

ELIAS: The Asian dragons, the very coil-y ones (chuckles), they generally are not as tall. They’re perhaps between and 10 and 15 feet tall, therefore not nearly as tall as a European dragon. But they are longer. They can be 60-75 feet long, and that’s quite a sight to see that type of a dragon flying past you. And they do not incorporate wings, but they can fly.

JEAN: Wow. Well then you continue on, “And then create your own image of your pearl energy. What does your dragon hold? What’s inside of that pearl? Because each one of you has your own image of what’s inside that pearl. What shall it be that is you and is your pearl energy? Because it’s all very personal.” Can you help me? What’s inside my pearl?

ELIAS: What is it?

JEAN: I don’t… You know… I haven’t –

ELIAS: What do you want it to be? Because that is the point.

JEAN: That’s the point.

ELIAS: It’s not what already is; it’s what you make it. Therefore, what do you want it to be?

JEAN: Okay. Okay. I get the point there. I get the point there.

(Audio excerpt ends after 12 minutes)

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