Sheta’s Story, Part 2 – Meeting Meridjet

Sheta’s Story, Part 2 – Meeting Meridjet

Part one is immediately previous to this post. I recommend this mp3 for this post (right click and save as). Meeting Meridjet, via Henry Disclaimer, I guess: Despite my years-long history of spooky encounters, the notion of a spirit being anything than either a guide or something to be afraid of had never occurred toContinue reading

The Early Days – Sheta

The Early Days – Sheta

Alanora has inspired me by telling her story, and I realized I’ve never told the beginnings of my own story with Meridjet. Pretty much everyone knows how it started, but I’ve never expounded upon that. I guess I should do so now. First, The Backstory For those who haven’t heard the beginning, I will retellContinue reading

The Problem with Ouija Boards, part 2

I received a reply from the girl on Facebook regarding her Ouija board use. She indicated that she and her cousins have been seeing the ghost of a young boy, and that they had panicked and screamed, running through the house. It read as if she had several people involved in this encounter, though itContinue reading

The Problem with Ouija Boards

I received a Facebook email this morning from a young lady who has been playing with a Ouija board. In the interest of sharing the issue in general, I’m going to paste that email here with my response. I hope this will help others who are using talking boards with little to no success. HerContinue reading

Teaser Memory

Perhaps it hasn’t been readily apparent in this blog recently, but I’m very much an optimist. I have always been a live-in-the-moment type of person, and while that can get me into trouble financially due to not thinking ahead, it does a world of good for my peace of mind. It’s not a perfect system, but what is?

Through Meridjet, I learned to let go of things I have no control over. I learned patience, tolerance, and adaptability. Back in the early days in Seattle, when Xanquela, Meridjet and I were first starting to practice what I came to call “Processing,” we used to encounter regular exercises in the art of letting go. I noticed that releasing a fear (and it’s all based on fear, that holding too tightly