Visit with Adam & Emma McIntosh with Special Guests Jimi Hendrix & Barry White
Hi Folks! I can’t wait to share this week’s visit with Jimi & Barry, Adam’s advice for blog members, and some thoughts on the long-term political situation in the Balkans. Enjoy!
If you’re like me, sometimes it takes a little time to digest this stuff. It’s also nice to re-read my favorite parts. Here’s a little teaser from the beginning of the video:
Cin: Is our boy there?
Emma: He is. He’s very excited about this one as well. He’s saying, “Mom, just so you know, people have heard about the interviews, so the list is getting longer on this side of the pond.
Cin: Really? So, when you say ‘the people,’ you’re talking about the de-ad people, right?
(The word ‘dead’ comes out in two syllables and Emma and I laugh.)
Emma: The de-ad people. Yes! The dead people.
Cin: So tell me, who has heard and who wants to come? I love how you’re saying ‘this side of the pond,’ because you’re using the dimensions as a pond instead of the Atlantic.
Adam: People see the afterlife as such a far distance. It’s so far away. But really, it’s not. It’s right across a little stream, you know? You just hop over and Boom! you’re there.
Cin: You just go through that veil, right? I mean it’s right here. Right?
Emma: It’s all intertwined, he says. If people would really tear down those walls that we…. It’s almost like a Berlin Wall dividing human life and deceased life with a wall. If everybody would just tear that down and understand that our universes are connected and intertwined and that we’re constantly together in the same place, then it would be a lot easier for people to open up their minds and connect to us. So, it’s just about understanding that you don’t have to travel far to get to us. You just have to stay where you are and just pick up the phone and call.
Cin: It’s one belief away.
Emma: There you go!
Cin: That’s all it takes to collapse a paradigm, is just realize it’s not true. You know? It’s not true that they’re not here. It’s not true that it’s far away. The bottom line is once you become open it’s like things fall into place that allow whatever you’re open to, to happen.
Cin: You know? I don’t know of anything that anyone has ever wanted to happen where they felt it was too far to get there when you go to the love frequency. I’m talking about newborn babies and puppies. Right? You dial into that frequency and picture what you want and how it’s going to feel when it happens and just hold the space of gratitude. Hold it for seventeen seconds. Seventeen seconds! That’s all it takes. Because you’re literally building it in the etheric. Everything that IS, was first a thought. Right? And then it manifests into 3-D. So, I’m going to keep my wisdom to myself because I know that there are far wiser beings than I present and I want to see who’s here. Adam, who did you bring with you today and I also want to hear who has heard what we’re doing and who else wants to come, for future reference.
Emma: Well, he’s saying, I’m going to keep that a secret. We’re just going to go one at a time.
Cin: No worries.
(There is an EVP at 4:29. I can’t make out the words. If any of you can, please let us know in the comments.)
Emma: He’s saying for today, we have Jimi, he says. He just calls him Jimi.
Cin: Peace, Jimi! Thank you for coming.
Emma: Jimi Hendrix and he brought somebody who Jimi gets along with very well over here and who had a similar upbringing. Who had similar struggles in their childhood, which is….. (Emma pantomimes playing the drums.) He’s going, “Drum roll…”
Cin: I can’t wait. I’ve got goosies! Come on, put me out of my misery!
Emma: He’s going, “It’s Barry White!”
Cin: Whaaat? (In my deepest baritone voice) Barry White? Ooooooh! I love that sexy voice! Oh, I’m jealous! Can you hear his voice?
Emma: I can’t hear it, I can feel it.
Cin: Oh! It’s such a deep bass, resonant…..Ummm!
Emma: He has an extremely comforting energy.
Emma: He feels so loving and it feels warm and you just want to hug him, you know? He has this huggable energy about him.
Emma: Then, Jimi… He’s going, “Yes?” Jimi’s energy is different. It’s also very loving but in a way it’s almost… I don’t even know how to explain it. It’s like unique. I don’t know how to explain it.
Cin: Something different.
Emma: He’s different. It feels like his mind and his way of being is very unique to him. There’s nobody else like him. He doesn’t have the cuddly factor like Barry does.
Emma: But you do feel the love. You do feel the understanding, love, and the compassion that comes from him.
Emma: It’s different, you know? It’s just a different unique energy. I’ve noticed that everybody that I interview has a very distinctive energy and there’s always something different, but you can’t really word it. You can’t really put into words what it is. But I think that is what shows to everybody that we are very unique beings and that our consciousness is so different from everybody else, although we’re all based from love and we’re all based from compassion. Everybody that comes through is still just that tad different and still that tad unique in their own way and so I think that’s really cool.
Cin: That is very cool.
Emma: Jimi is saying, “I invited Barry.”
Cin: Well, thank you, Jimi, for inviting Barry.
Emma: He’s saying, “There’s so many people I wanted to invite, but these people want to have their own session with you. He’s saying, “Both myself and Barry’s favorite artist or a person that we really looked up to, he really gave us the courage to the next step in our lives and really overcome the tragedies that we’ve been through, our whole childhood life, was Elvis. So Elvis will be your next guest.”
Cin: Oh, Man!
Jimi: Just so you know, Elivs Presley changed our lives so he will be here next time with Adam and then another surprise guest.
Emma: So, both of them, Barry’s going, “Hell, yeah.” Both Barry and Jimi, they’re kind of joining energies together, they really want to talk to you guys about not letting your past create your future. It’s about finding yourself. In both of our lives, exploring who we were and discovering the beauty within us and discovering that we are unique beings in our lives and that we have love to offer and we have messages to offer, is really what changed our lives. It’s really what turned us around. Now, Barry says, “Although Jimi’s life and my life were completely different, the outcome was also very different. Jimi died when he was very young. I died at an older age. I got to experience a lot more. The basic of the life was the same and it was all about overcoming poverty. It was all about overcoming the loss of parents. It was about, for Jimi mostly.” Jimi says, you know… He’s just so relaxed, though. He’s talks very slow. Barry’s more like la-la-la-la-la (speaking fast) and Jimi’s really slow and he’s saying, “My life was far from perfect, but I still don’t regret any of it.” He’s talking about how he went through domestic violence. How he used to be beat up by his father. How his mother was also in danger. How the poverty, not having enough money, not having steady jobs really affected his father’s ability to care for another and also to care about himself. So, he really went into depression. Into abuse with us but also with himself. He would go into drinking. He was always running from reality and unfortunately, we grew up in that. Me and my brother. I lost my mom at a very early age. I was 16 when she died and all of that had really an effect on understanding myself. I was very confused about who I was because my father would dump me with family members. They’d raise me for a year there, and for a year there, and I would be back-and-forth and back-and-forth. My brother was put into foster care and back and foster care and back, so by the time I was eighteen, I was extremely confused of who I was and what I was here to do. Now, with my friend, Barry, here, he grew up also in a bad neighborhood, you know, just a one parent family. Got into gangs and stealing. Went to jail at the age of fifteen. He got into a lot of bad things because…. Well, Barry says, “I didn’t have that home to go to.” His mother had to work very hard to support them, so she was never home. He’s making me feel like their way of escaping was joining the wrong crew. Was joining groups of people who would say, “We’ll take care of you,” and “Don’t worry about it.” So they really got influenced with the wrong crowd. Both of them went through such a hard time, that Jimi says, “There was a point in our lives where we knew we have to figure out who we are in order for our lives to have meaning and in order for our lives to make sense, in a way. So, we both turned to music. Barry says, “For me, that was while I was in jail. I heard a song from Elvis. It’s now or never.” That really inspired him to do something about his life. So, he loved music and he loved the artists. The looked so confident of themselves. Everybody love them and we were attracted to that. So, love and music really saved our lives in a way. When it comes to the world that we’re living in today, we found ourselves in music. We found our own identities in music. So, I really want people to find themselves, you know, in any way possible. It could be in music. It could be in art. It could just be in your family. Finding out who you are is the most important thing you’ll ever do in your lifetime.
To hear the rest of Jimi and Barry’s message about the importance of finding ourselves, in whatever way necessary, click on the video above. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, Ask Adam!
I just had to share this next part in print as well since I know I’m going to want to go back and read it again!
Adam told me during an earlier visit that when he met Jimi, they made magic together. They did something like ‘energy swirling,’ where they blended their energies together and took one another, like passengers, according to Jimi, through each other’s lives. They experienced everything the other had ever experienced. Wow! Wow! Wow! That adds a multi-dimensional level to “The Jimi Hendrix Experience.”
Since I’m no longer able to see Adam enjoy himself with his friends, these hangouts are a special treat. Nevermind the fact that Adam’s current playmates are folks like Erik, Jimi, Barry, and Elvis. I wondered how Jimi would describe Adam, so I asked him.
Cin: Adam said that when he met you, he described how souls get to know each other. How you sort of combine your energy, and in the combining you sort of know everything about each other. I asked him to describe what it was like when he met you. He said, “Adam and Jimi made magic.”
Emma: Jimi says, “We were like passengers. We blended our energies together and we became one entity and in a way we were passengers for one another. He would take me to his experiences and I would take him to mine.
Emma: So, in that moment, you experience everything we’ve ever felt, thought, went through, all at the same time and we have learned from it and grown from it. So we were… it was almost like comforting one another. That everything was perfect, the way it was supposed to be. Although it was painful, that in that pain there lies a lot of beauty and a lot of knowledge and understanding. It’s really hard to express what you feel in that moment because the feeling… you can’t express it. There are just no words enough in the language to express it. It’s two souls becoming one and being connected to a universe that is all-knowing and that is all-loving. So, nothing beats that, he says.
Cin: That’s great! So, from your perspective…
Emma: There’s a reason I didn’t want to come back. There’s a reason I didn’t want to come back. When you get there, it’s really hard to step away from the feeling of peace and no more judgment and everything you hated about yourself and everything you hated about your life and about others just vanishes in one second. Everything becomes loving and understanding and peaceful. I just couldn’t step away from that, so I decided to stick around. He said, “I think it was a good choice for me.”
Cin: Absolutely. So, what do you think of my son? I want to hear Jimi Hendrix tell Adam’s mama. What do you think of my kid?
Emma: He’s saying, “He’s very special. He has a lot to offer to the world. He’s so talented and creative that, he says, when I blended with him, I could feel how he was in life and his creativity would excel over his daily life. It was almost like his daily life was not that important. For him, being connected to the Universe and being connected to his own creativity was the reason why he came down here. (There’s a bright flash of light behind Emma.) What he’s going to do next, his new mission, is to use his creativity and to use his own uniqueness, he says, his quirkiness to make people laugh and to tell people not to take their life so fucking seriously. You know? It’s all about letting the shit go and focusing on whatever brings you joy and happiness and whatever feels good to you. So, he’s an amazing person and the love inside him is so big it was too big for the world.
Cin: Oh, it was.
Emma: He was called back so he could use that love for even bigger things than he could have done on Earth. Earth society restricted him in the way that he wanted to be. He wanted to help the world with music, with love and compassion, but the world wasn’t ready for Adam yet. So, Adam went home and decided to go in a different route and now share his love and compassion with the world. So, that’s where he’s headed and that’s where you guys are going on a journey together.
Cin: That’s exciting!
Cin: I’m just along for the ride. I love this. You got blipped out. What was the last thing you said?
Emma: Jimi said, “You should be very, very proud of him.”
Cin: Oh, I am very proud of him. I knew what he was. I knew what I had and I knew that he was not of this world and he knew from a very young age that he would only be here for awhile. He was the most divergent thinking child I had ever met. He was just a joy to behold. But life was painful for him.
Emma: Yeah, he says, you know, sometimes when we are true to ourselves, we can feel rejected in the world because the world has so many labels and restrictions.
Cin: Exactly! Everybody wants us to be like them. Right? Instead of like us.
Emma: We suffocate. We suffocate. And Adam was suffocating. He was dying slowly. It was almost like, you know, he was running out of air, very slowly.
Cin: Yeah, that’s true. You know, that is part of what helps me accept my new relationship with him. Because he’s happy now. You know? He’s happy now and he wasn’t happy here and I was very concerned about him… when he was here. Like I’m concerned about his brother now. Okay! Good Lord, what’s wrong with me? Dammit! When it rains in California, look what happens! It comes right out my eyes. I’m really not this emotional. Seriously, you know me. Hungry little Jimi just did me in! Thank you so much for coming through.
For those of you who’d like to remember Jimi’s final words, the way he wants to be remembered, here they are:
“If there’s one thing I hope people will look at me and remember, it is that you should never underestimate the power of a connection to the Universe. It can create magical things. It can create experiences where life is bigger than just life itself. I experienced that when I made my music. I hope I can inspire other musicians and other people to express themselves. Get it out there. Be vulnerable. Don’t be scared of what other people are going to say, do, or think. Because if you build it up, if you keep it inside, just like I did, it will eat you up alive and you’ll never have the life that you want to have. If you really want to find happiness and balance and truth in the world, then you need to start with being honest with yourself. Understand that everything has a purpose. Understand that you have 100% control over your thoughts, over your feelings and over your future. Take action. Be honest with yourself and most of all, love will conquer everything. If you do anything with an intention of love, even if it’s with love towards yourself or love for the world, then you will always be successful in whatever you undertake. That’s my message to you.”
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