Welcome to our Very First Blog Post!
Hi, I’m Cin. Adam and I intentionally chose Pi day to launch our blog because pi, 3.14, best represents the journey of the soul. It never ends. I decided to give blogging a try for awhile and see how we like it. When I say, ‘we,’ I mean you and Adam and me. Let us know what you enjoy about the blog and what you find helpful. Feel free to suggest VIPs you’d like to chat with on the Other Side for Adam’s YouTube channel. If there’s sufficient interest, I’m willing to give it a shot. Now that Adam has access to the Big Picture, feel free to send him your questions. Most especially, for those of you in need, Adam offers his assistance as a Spirit Guide. Call on him any time and please feel free to share your experiences. We would love to hear from you!
So, here are the rules for my blog: 1. Have fun. 2. Be nice.
I’ll keep doing this as long as people are nice and we’re having fun. Adam can be irreverent. If due to your religious beliefs, you find the content of our website offensive, please feel free not to return with our deepest thanks for having visited. When Adam was here, he made liberal use of the F-word. He still does. That was one of the most difficult challenges I faced when I began working on Adam’s Gift. I kept saying to myself, “What are you thinking? You’re writing a book with your dead son who won’t stop using the F-word. How are people going to get their heads around this?” Then I read “My Son and the Afterlife: Conversations from the Other Side” by Elisa Medhus, M.D. and her son, Erik, who committed suicide at the age of 20. I threw down the book and did a happy dance the first time Erik said the F-word and thanked my lucky stars that Elisa and Erik had already paved the way! If you have not yet read their book, what are you waiting for? Also check out, “My Life After Death” by Erik Medhus, as well as their Channeling Erik website, blog, YouTube channel and radio show. Their well-earned following is growing daily.
I’ve been one of Erik and Elisa’s biggest fans since Erik spontaneously came aboard as one of my Spirit Guides the summer of 2016. He commandeered my computer and gave me a tour of his mom’s blog and their YouTube channel. At the time, I had no idea that Adam and I may be following suit, but I felt like Erik was trying to tell me something, so I contacted Baker Gendron, one of Adam’s Spiritual Interpreters, to book a session. I didn’t mention that I’d invited Erik Medhus to drop by. Then I turned on an application called Ghost Radar and asked whether he got my invitation. “Got,” said Erik, signing his RSVP with a string of capital E’s.
Erik showed up during our session as a dog. When Baker asked what’s with the dog, I had no idea what she was talking about until I remembered a Channeling Erik YouTube episode I’d seen earlier. Elisa had asked Erik to ‘fetch’ someone they were going to interview and Robert Burke, Erik’s Spiritual Interpreter, reported that Erik responded by barking like a dog. As soon as I mentioned Erik’s name, Baker said, “Cindy, if dogs could laugh, this dog would be laughing at us.” When she added, “Now he’s putting human faces on the dog,” I knew that Erik had made good on his RSVP. When Adam joined us, Baker pronounced them, ‘two peas in a pod!”
That was in August 2016. Since then, Erik began showing up in my dreams and he’s shown up at every session I’ve had with Adam ever since, regardless of Spiritual Interpreter. Where Erik is concerned, I don’t think he’s met a medium he considers a stranger.
My husband, Greg and I had the pleasure of meeting Erik’s parents, Elisa and Rune Medus, while attending a Channeling Erik event with Kim Babcock in January. We had such a wonderful time with the kindreds we met in Houston. We miss them to this day and can’t wait to return for a visit. When I met Erik last summer, I’d been dragging my feet with the book. There was still the question of whether the single car accident that caused Adam’s fatal injuries in January 2011 was indeed an accident. Adam had succeeded in convincing me that his time on Earth was up, but despite the fact that we’d talked about the accident a number of times, it was never clear to me whether it was an accident or a suicide. The lack of clarity around Adam’s leaving left a hole large enough to swallow me whole every time I tried to move forward with the book. It was like a lead weight around my heart.
Adam and Erik began sending me rabbits each time I visited our property in the countryside. After a little research about animal spirit guides, my shamanic interpretation was of the need to connect with my readers; hence, Adam & Erik finally got it through my head that I should start a blog. I thought, “If I’m going to write a blog, it has to be perfect.” I had no idea what to do and there was no one to ask for help. It’s been seven months and I finally forced myself to JUST DO IT!
I got over my fears by 1) deciding to use a conversational tone, which precludes even the thought of perfection, and 2) not even trying to edit Adam’s irreverence or his language, and 3) agreeing to let Adam handle anything I find uncomfortable, which means that Adam’s in charge of the complaint department.
I’ve been keeping a journal over the last couple of years, so I think we’ll begin with some of my favorite excerpts to get started. Please enjoy! We’re doing this work because we want to, but we want it to benefit it you, so let us know what subjects you’d like us to cover, what questions you’d like answered, and what VIPs from the Other Side with whom you’d like to take a ride…..
(Pretty sure Adam snuck that one in! Lol!)
Happy Pi Day! Go out and enjoy a slice of life!