TOMPKIN: Good day, my friend and how are you?
ROSE: Hello. I’m fine, thank you. And how are you?
TOMPKIN: I am always the same, joyous.
ROSE: Very nice. Do you have what I call mundane magic in your life? When things are flowing nicely and it’s beautiful.
TOMPKIN: I do, as the focus Neal. And I have another focus who is in Europe that is also experiencing lovely mundane magic.
ROSE: Ahhh 🙂 But did you in your region, regional area four, you have regional area for magic, right?
TOMPKIN: It’s a bit more sedate. But we do have what you would call experiences of realizations and then there is tremendous power in relating through these, through these conversations with individuals so that we experience what they’re experiencing. So there is that moments of joy with that as well.
ROSE: Ah! Ah! You kind of piggyback their experience?
ROSE: Very nice. Very interesting. I’ve never heard that. (Not quite correct. I heard it from Bashar, but what meant in this case was the concept regarding RA4 chaps) It’s interesting.
ROSE: Hm… Okay. Okay. So let’s go into the topics. Okay? Where do we start? Um, I have one brief question. You said, I should ask my doctor for non-systemic antibiotics, right?
TOMPKIN: If they’re available, that would be preferable for your body.
ROSE: That’s thing is I didn’t, I didn’t figure out I just searched the web. I talked with Tara because, Tara, because I thought perhaps this is something from Australia, I didn’t find much information about non systemic antibiotics to begin with. So I don’t know what it is.
TOMPKIN: Ah, so if you are to partake in an antibiotic, use the intravenous in your arm and a fluid, it goes through the blood. And it does affect most of the cells, but it affects the stomach lining the intestinal lining your gut flora.
TOMPKIN: If you swallow a tablet, it goes through the body and is absorbed through all the gut, the intestine and all the organs and eventually all the tissues and it’s completely systemic, the whole system.
TOMPKIN: If you if you were to use an antibiotic in the eye, it is more non-systemic because it just cleans the eyes.
TOMPKIN: If you were to use antibiotics in the bladder, some is absorbed through the mucosal tissue of the bladder, but it may not be affecting of your gut flora. So it will not compromise your immune system as well.
ROSE: So, you would you would so you would introduce the antibiotic through catheter into the bladder, right?
ROSE: I get it. I get it. I get it. Now I get it. Now I understand what I have to ask and request the doctor of.
TOMPKIN: See if it is available.
ROSE: Yeah, I will try. I will try. Very good.
And this new Muscosa Compositum… what you said. First of all, is this for bladder as well, or is this more for the coughing? Why did you…
TOMPKIN: It will help both. It helps all mucosal membrane. So you may take it in tablet form it comes in tablet and you put it under your tongue and it helps all mucosal membranes which go all the way from your nose, down your throat into your lungs clear esophagus, into your stomach, all through your gut and to your bladder and your vagina that is all mucosal membranes.
ROSE: I see, the problem was, so far, I found only what we call Ampulle (ampulla). And it was only… you would take it through injections.
TOMPKIN: But those ampules can also be cracked open, and then the ingredients tipped into some water, and then you sip it, it will do the same.
ROSE: I see. That’s what I was wondering, great answer. You answered my question. Wonderful. Haha. Next point, I can switch (check) it off my list. Okay. Mmmhm.
One topic. My boss at what do you call the “mom and pop” store, the health food store, she is what I would call neurotic. And I don’t mean this in a discounting way, it’s just a factual observation. She’s carrying quite a bit of trauma, unresolved trauma, and expressing in neurotic ways. And, um, for me, as I’m only working part time there, it’s not that much of a big deal. And with your help, I have learned how to handle it. And I’m very successful with this, most of the time, and enough for me. But the young colleagues which are working there full time, they are like, um, some, some of them are kind of shutting down and designating, like, this is just the way she is and we have to deal with this. She’s the boss and we have to, you know, not accept it. But this is… we can’t change anything about it. And, and for me, I thought I present this to you because it feels not satisfying to kind of have to just resign and say: Okay, she’s the boss and that’s just what we have to deal with and what we have to put up with, because we can’t change anything. And she’s in pain, because otherwise she wouldn’t express herself that way. But she’s very unaware.
And she’s very much in automatic patterns and everything. But I thought if there might be some kind of entrance, some kind of offer an entrance, which might spark… I mean, creates the opportunity to spark a kind of movement that these young people don’t have to just put up with this. And you know, pull your head between the shoulders when she has her fits and her very irrational psychological projections. And things like that. And her outbursts and toxic whatevers. And so I thought, first I thought perhaps I could find a book on the pain body. Edgar Tolle came up with this concept of pain body, which gets triggered and then steps into and takes over and things like that. And but I didn’t find something that wasn’t so too esoteric or so. But I thought perhaps some inspiring information would perhaps, perhaps spark some movements. Perhaps create the opportunity. Not that I want to change, her I really want to verbalize that. It’s not that I want to change but I also don’t feel comfortable with: okay you have to put up with this, period. This feels so you know almost like you are in a victim mode to that and you have no say in it and nothing as other than: okay, you can handle the attack with, you know, bursting the bubbles or these techniques, or you can leave the place, there is no other way. So, I think perhaps this is there is a different way, which I just haven’t come across, but you from your regional area, from your outside point of view can offer a suggestion and that’s why I present this topic to you.
TOMPKIN: Hm. Three things. First of all the young individuals that are experiencing and some are experiencing mild trauma from her expressions in a manner that are discounting, rude, and at times arrogant. They could be physically be aware when it’s happening and take their feet and step one step back from her. This will signal her that she is unleashing an affront that is strong enough for a person to want to step back. They can just be quiet and take a step back from her. Then, secondly, they could increase the level of their hands from down below at their side to in their front with their palms turned outwards. This is a human signal to say: stop. And it’s also a protective mechanism. And her visual cues will see that this person feeling attacked enough to take a step back. This may slow her, so that there is a calming in the communication. Then they may, then they may openly express: “I hear you better when you speak calmly.”
If they take the step back, raise their hands and say I hear you better when you speak calmly, it may defuse the situation.
ROSE: And what if it doesn’t? What if she increases in her (already given state)
TOMPKIN: Then they think they should and can if they’re willing, turn away and walk away and say I will return when you’re calmer. Because this expresses that her behavior is not okay. And will not be tolerated. When they return, they may say now, what were you trying to express to me?
ROSE: Okay, well, you know, I had this incident when I approached her with something, and she totally misunderstood it. And she completely turned the meaning of this whole situation around and she asked me, and she said I am not, I’m not, I don’t have to take you telling me how I have to do my job. And that was not at all what I was approaching her with. And then she took something and she catapulted it, through the, through the space vividly away from her, like tossing the energy out and she was very… and I just had come in into the place. And I had no intention in any direction to behave or whatever she perceived and how she turned it around. And this is not this is not rare.
She does mistakes. And then she blames the others for the bad effect of her mistakes. You know, things like that. And when I was there, when I laid when I later described it briefly to a colleague, I thought for the first time if you really have moments of being kind of lunatic, lost in a kind of, we call it “Wahn” in Germany, when you’re really so much in a different movie that it’s not real anymore. We call it “Wahn”. Delusion (says the dictionary)
TOMPKIN: And the only way to defuse that is to express: I’ll come back, you’re angry and walk away. Leave the room, I won’t go to the shop, whatever. Because what happens then is the person says: “am I angry?” and they realize they were being angry. Because in that moment, they don’t realize that they’re expressing an energetic energy and verbally of aggression. I’ll come back, you’re angry. Take a step back, hands up, I’ll come back, you’re angry. It’s a huge signal to them. Oh, I didn’t realize I was behaving that way and they then will come back to themselves. It may take a minute but it will get faster and faster and faster so that she may actually begin to have insight when she’s beginning to have the irritation. Often this individual is simmering, to begin with. She is already in a mood of irritation, anger and unresolved conflict within herself about other unrelated issues. And it just takes one thing to create a firecracker.
ROSE: I understand, this exactly what it is. And, and she’s, I mean, the thing is she’s completely turning meanings around. One time a guy was helping a woman. And she said, he’s misogynistic. I mean, this this term for “not friendly to women, but enemy to women”. Because he had been helping a woman and that was for her, he must be discounting of women otherwise he wouldn’t have helped. And totally meaningful of the whole thing around. And the fear in the people I think, is that if they would not kind of comply, they would lose their job. And people like that job, they like the team, they like or they need the job, whatever. They will not want to lose that job. That’s why they don’t speak up. But sometimes you really have this feeling like you would like to speak freely, without restrictions: Hey do actually recognize how hard you make life of the people working here with the way you are expressing yourself. The way you are attacking at times people and treating people like shit, and things like that. Are you actually aware of what you are doing and how uncomfortable that is? And in more or less anger fits on the recipient’s end because at times, it’s really you don’t really enjoy taking that end and so, for a brief moment, natural anger is a natural expression and signal and people have to learn not to build up their anger and everything and *how* you pay attention and all these things. So I think…
TOMPKIN: Have you, yourself attempted to say: Hey, may I suggest or may I interject? Or I am noticing? Or…
ROSE: No not yet
TOMPKIN: I do not. I do not care to be spoken to in this manner. It is unfair.
ROSE: Not yet because I have been, up to this point, practicing the other things how to, you know, burst her bubbles. How to stay in my balance when she is in this (mode) and I’m very successful. So that’s what I’m addressing to now would be the next step, so to speak.
TOMPKIN: Okay. So identifying first, the issue she’s experiencing, and she needs to feel heard. So, expressing simply with your hands up: I hear you. I hear you. Now, I would appreciate if in the future, you would feel that we have enough of a relationship that you could calmly express that to me, for I feel attacked, if I’m yelled at.
ROSE: Mm. Hmm.
TOMPKIN: Then it is coming from yourself. You’re acknowledging her. You’re saying we have enough of a relationship that I hear you. I understand. But I would prefer if you express it in a manner where I am not left feeling attacked, for your energy, your energy’s enormous. It’s coming at me and it feels aggressive. It feels as if you are needing to yell to be heard and I’m expressing you’re heard, you’re heard.
ROSE: She’s, at times she kind of when she wants to… When she wants to unload her massive bubbled up energy. She’s kind of trying to look for a mistake, that I did. She’s looking here, she’s looking there and I’m always innocent. I didn’t do a mistake. I’m innocent. And then she looks for the next thing and then I can say no look here this and I’m innocent. Again. I’m not guilty. I didn’t do anything wrong. And I can stay completely calm because I know I’m not doing anything wrong. I really perform very well there and everything is fine. So when she moved the last time from one attempt to attack me to the next and kind of nail me down on a mistake which I didn’t do.
Now; I lost my train of thought. In this moment, she will not be recipient, receiving well, when I would say these things, and when she is really in her… in steamed up so to speak.
TOMPKIN: I found this individual, this individual is expresses in this momentum, the majority of the time, however, when there is a sense of feeling out of control, there is an increased desire to micromanage people, and know everything that’s going on and have everything perfect in order to reestablish comfort.
ROSE: You mean on her end? And that’s what he tries to do.
TOMPKIN: Exactly. Okay. So in order to establish that comfort, she enables her energy to build, to expand, to oversee, everything. Needs to be aware of everything. Instead, it would be much more beneficial if she trusted that her staff are content, they like their jobs, they want to do a good job. And they will do that good job for her. And she doesn’t require that expenditure of energy.
ROSE: Exactly. But you don’t get her to get this perception if she doesn’t choose it by herself.
TOMPKIN: That is something that could be expressed in the private manner, in a manner that is calm, and say: May I say something I’ve noticed? When there is an expression of increased energy from yourself, it often appears to me and I might be wrong, that you feel that there is a need to understand everything happening at once, to feel comfortable that everything’s being taken care of. And I would like to assure you that your staff, like their jobs, they like working here. And you can count on the staff and trust that they are managing everything for you. And then take a breath and relax. We’re doing it.
TOMPKIN: And it’s about allowing us to do our jobs.
ROSE: Yeah, the point is, in fact, when she’s not around, everything works smoothly and much better, when she’s not around. The team is perfectly fine working and cooperating and the offices tidied up and the piles that have been piled up, they are worked off and everything. It works perfectly in harmony. Because the team is excellently communicating and cooperating. It works better without her, in fact.
TOMPKIN: So when you express, you could express: It’s not that you are not needed, you are needed. And we’re here doing this for you. But we all work succinctly really well as a team and trusting us with that. You can see over the time that we have been performing perfectly well.
ROSE: Right. (She had the evidence, when she had to loosen her engagement last year, when her partner suddenly was diagnosed with cancer and dying away within a few weeks. She had him at home and was there mainly, to take care of him until he disengaged.)
TOMPKIN: So just by relaxing your energy then.
TOMPKIN: It allows people to flow.
ROSE: Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Okay. This is the direction I was thinking. I was also thinking, perhaps approaching her in a calmer moment and asking her if she had a moment and perhaps talk with her. But, it’s good to hear your point of view on it, too, and, and take it in and take it on board. And then… Well, I’ll process it a little bit and see what I will do. This is enough on that topic for the moment. Thank you.
Then, a brief a brief different question. For example, we have in this world we have expressions like child trafficking, we have child soldiers and things like that. And although it doesn’t really, really touch my personal life, I’m aware that these things are existing in this world. So I could donate, I could be engaged, perhaps in an organization that’s working there that this is not my choice. I can contribute to the collective, so to speak, a soothing, nurturing, calm, in simple terms: good energy, supportive energy. I can introduce that into the consensus and collective, so to speak. I can’t make the individual lives change. And I think there is a deeper wisdom in these, in these developments and, and there is a greater picture, which you usually don’t see. You only this one focus, and this looks dramatic and uncomfortable and everything. But when it comes to: what can I, me as Rose, or as someone who wants to contribute something beneficial, outside of EMP, what can you contribute? What would you suggest?
TOMPKIN: Bringing awareness to programs that support positive healing, for those that have been victims. And programs that promote a way for individuals to be addressing to that and how to no longer be of victim. Programs that perhaps are already in existence, that teach effective parenting so that children are not accepting a victim role from a very early age.
ROSE: Do you mean, promoting that like telling people about it, putting it on your Facebook page, making people aware that these things are existing? So that they get more…
ROSE: … attention and support? Do you mean that?
TOMPKIN: Yes, or you could, if you wish, participate in them. If you wish you could fund them, If you wish, you could even write about them. About input even make a list that goes on Google. The best trauma groups to help create healthy children, the best trauma groups to help children heal. The best and make a list of the ones that you find and that you have you have explored that actually address to not being victims.
ROSE: Mhm. Okay.
TOMPKIN: And recognizing the trauma that has occurred, and helping them move through that and heal that. And how not to have children become involved in that, in the first place. So for example, young children or teenagers that are feeling lost at home, that are experiencing trauma at home. That are separated from their parents, not wanting to be a part of the family unit, are often out socializing or engaging in activities that are outside of the home and their parents are unaware, or working, or too busy to know where their children are. And these are the children that are vulnerable to individuals that wish to engage them in a way that they could become a victim. So programs that help educate children on staying safe, by recognizing how they put themselves in situations where they could be vulnerable.
ROSE: I mean, the things are complex. I mean, if a child chooses to be incarnating in a family where there might be neglect or trauma or not. I mean there are many families which are not the ideal thing. And it’s also, I mean, we have this concept of the hero’s journey. And you can, you can be a trauma survivor and come out with wonderful, wonderful actions afterwards. And you can succumb to trauma and get bitter or sick or whatever or worse. This is a concept, this is how do you say, a topic and the subject that spans over more than one focus, in my understanding.
TOMPKIN: And generations. Yes. And generations, so…
TOMPKIN: linked in effective, constructive groups that teach effective parenting so that the trauma stops with you.
ROSE: Right. Right.
TOMPKIN: So, and the parents understand the trauma stops with you.
ROSE: Yeah, yeah. Right. All…
TOMPKIN: They need to understand all the things that can be prevented with their children, keeping your children safe. Well, they’re worried about keeping their children safe from COVID. And yet, are they drive them to school? Because they’re afraid of them being taken? Well, what about the trauma that’s happening in their own home?
ROSE: Right. I mean, there is, there is the term transgenerational trauma and everything. And there’s growing awareness and growing knowledge and, and everything. So this is for the moment enough, I might come back to it, but for the moment, I have enough fodder to speak – Futter (the German term for fodder) for. Let’s go to the next topic.
ROSE: Um. Could you briefly describe… you did that with my husband, if he would take the vaccination, how it would be for his body, if my daughter Fee would take the vaccination, what is your perception or assessment, how she would handle it, her body?
TOMPKIN: She would be sick for about two days, and then slowly recover, and then feel that she did the right thing.
ROSE: Okay. For me, I decided to not even talk about the topic, when I recognized how she’s on her last leg and how it stresses her to talk about that topic at that moment. And I completely, I just, I pretended I said: You know what, let’s just put it in a pause for 14 days… not talk about it at all. And in perhaps 14 days, we could talk and then I have time to kind of sort my thoughts out and structure myself a little bit more and be better prepared for a talk. I completely changed gears. And I just pamper her and nurture her and bring fun and joy and surprises to her life. And love and send grandpa for the kids and herself and we pamper her and she cheers up and it’s nice. And this is actually for me, nice to do much better than talking with her about COVID or vaccinations
TOMPKIN: And much more effective, much more effective and easing her anxiety and maintaining an open communication whereby she also feels that you have recognized her choices.
ROSE: Right? Right, I think so, too. And it’s just supporting her to have a little more strength and, and bring some joy into her life. Not stress, more stress, but just additional joy for her to relax into, to have fun and balance things out and things like that. And it’s fun for me and when she’s smiling and it seems to work and it’s fine. It’s fine.
ROSE: Okay, then, back to this so called spiritual “teacher”. I’m having now reached the point where I have processed it enough and said I can see I have a very differentiated perception of him. There are things which I like, which I think that there is a high degree of correctness, in general, of what he is sharing about his inner journeys, inner experiences. There is something to it, even if it’s not precise, perhaps. And his personal perception of things, though filtered through his perception. And then there are things where he it’s completely his beliefs, where he is presenting himself evidence, like, first you believe it, and then you see it. It’s not the other way around, you see it, and then you believe it. But first you believe it. And then you look for the evidence, and you find the evidence, and you create the evidence. And then there are things which I discovered, so to speak, where I find it’s and I am not even clear if he’s doing it intentionally. And I’m giving him credit that I think he’s not doing it intentionally. But in a way, he’s kind of selling the first he’s presenting them the disease, and then the selling the cure, and making money from the cure. And this is how he’s making his money, so to speak, if I will put it very negatively. I could say it’s intentional, but I don’t think he’s doing it intentionally. And I saw him really reacting to two or three things where I thought: My oh my, his inner maturity… In this incident, it looks like a, like maybe four or five year old in this, in this experience, which I observed, it was like someone in puberty, expressing things like a person in puberty would express. An adolescent. So it’s a complex person. In some areas mature, and in some areas, really not very mature. It’s a very, very mixed package this person. And I’m the one thing… I have the impression that he’s not really interested in receiving this kind of *feedback*: Not criticism, but he’s not really interested.
For example, there was Byron Katie, and she was in the prison and one of the inmates said: You are ugly? And she said: What do you mean? Instead of her expressing: Shut up…. or whatever? She said: What do you mean? And it turned out that this person had been a hairdresser as profession, and he had a suggestion for a much better haircut for her. And she actually followed up and it was wonderful, but she was open and she was interested. And this kind of interest, it seems to not be existing really with this person with this spiritual teacher. That’s my impression.
TOMPKIN: That is so someone, that is so somewhat, but there is also a lack of recognition of what you are saying. So, this individual has been open and traumatized to criticism for many years, and still receives criticism. So, is somewhat close minded to that. If it is posed more of a question, have you found this experience, this has been my experience, have you found the same? Then the attention will be drawn in that direction and it will be mauled over. So it can be done to have an eye opening experience as to what your perception is for that individual. But it should be posed as: this has been my experience, have you also ever experienced this? Then this individual may want to feel motivated to also experience that?
ROSE: Hmm. I get the people are, are kind of rudely attacking him for what they think he’s doing wrong. And that he is kind of…
TOMPKIN: He is also very defensive by nature. So they may not be. They may be just saying simply: Please explain. But the defensiveness is always there.
ROSE: I see. He perceives it as an attacker, even if it’s not an attack.
TOMPKIN: Yeah. So if it’s coming from you as: hey, this has been my experience. Have you ever experienced this? If he wishes to explore it, then he’ll look at it. But the question’s now they’re in his mind, and it will be more in his mind, which is what you were trying to create. Was it not?
ROSE: Yeah, right. I mean, I, again, I don’t want to change him. And I actually would like to have a conversation and an exchange because I really appreciate this individual and he has been a great inspiration and there is still a lot which I like about him and he’s clearly meaning well. And coming from, He says he’s a heart person; coming from the heart. And… ja…. it’s that’s what I mean it’s a mixed bag, it’s a very complex and diverse package.
TOMPKIN: Not every not every individual shifts at the same time. And there’s always layers of trauma that has to be worked through. And this individual is sharing merely the experience and growth in nature and still has many beliefs and constructs to be looked at, which eventually most likely will happen. And is shifting quite rapidly and is not able to make sense of it all, all the time for a lot of the shifting that’s occurring is opening up avenues of communication that aren’t yet understood. And at times, the usual way of meditating and exploring in nature is failing in that; it’s like an old system that needs to shift into a new system and hasn’t occurred yet.
ROSE: I don’t quite understand. Let’s take a practical example. Okay?
ROSE: So for example, yeah…
TOMPKIN: Yeah, go ahead.
ROSE: Yeah, but when he says, for example, he has been traveling in time and he has visited the earth when they were giants, he has been visiting the earth when there were the dinosaurs. And he has been to parallel realities, future realities of future Earth. Both directions, detrimental and positive, beneficial, beautiful expressions of possible probable realities, and so on. I think some of the things he really… they are really having… they are not delusional, this is his real, genuine experience. And there is validity to it. And then, like you said, there is what I sense, too – there is unresolved trauma. And there is different maturity, I call it. And I mean it neutrally. I don’t just I just don’t have a better word. That might sound more neutral, different maturity in different areas, where he is expressing and addressing to. Um, and so what do you mean when you say it has to change, things have to change? I’m sure that he is not aware of constructs and these things we are trained to be aware of, by Elias or by yourself.
TOMPKIN: Exactly, so when he is exploring through his meditative state, he connects with nature. So he first connects through earth energy, then he can inter-dimensionally travel. Most of the stories he shared, are his actual teleportation stories, are correct. Many individuals do this. However, where the link is not connecting as it should be, is that he is using the old system of going, connecting with nature and then linking with it, and then able to see into other probabilities and experiences. However, there is some steps that are skipped in that process whereby he isn’t understanding that it’s all happening now. It’s all connected – now. That he is connected to all of consciousness, it isn’t separate from him. And so when individuals are expressing something different, or saying, well, exactly, where did you come to that conclusion? He becomes defensive, for he doesn’t realize that everyone is interconnected, including nature is interconnected. And that all is consciousness is one. So he sees himself as quite separate and expanding and has something to share. And he still is of the opinion that he knows something and someone else doesn’t.
ROSE: Uhem. Okay.
TOMPKIN: So the… that’s the old way to do… is: there really aren’t any teachers, there are just sharers.
ROSE: That’s exactly what I say. As I said: You might be my inspirer, but you’re not my teacher.
TOMPKIN: Because he doesn’t realize that all energy is shared, there is no teaching another individual.
ROSE: Can you repeat that piece?
TOMPKIN: He doesn’t realize that all energy is shared, he doesn’t realize that there is no teaching another individual.
TOMPKIN: He merely can share his experience for others, to take or leave as they wish.
ROSE: Yeah. Yeah. And the most attractive thing for me is exactly these sharings, what he’s experiencing when he, for example, shared that he was visiting a future or I don’t know, exactly at the moment how he worded it, how he kind of labeled it. He was visiting a future society, where they had, where they were of course, telepathically connected. Where they were in tune and cooperation with nature. And they had artificial intelligence, which was based on a healthy collective consensus reality, which… so the whole AI was reflecting that. They were in cooperation with nature. And so they did some kind of genetic manipulation, and they had luminescent trees, which were like working like lightning for the pathways in the night, instead of electric lamps and things like that. But it was a cooperation between the humans and the nature, it was not overpowering nature. And this sounds to me very intriguing to experience myself.
This individual was accessing a future focus, and you may do so the same because you actually have a future focus in that timeframe, this would not be an issue.
ROSE: And why is it so seemingly easy for him and so it’s so seemingly out of reach for myself to do that, like – naturally – easily?
TOMPKIN: Okay, so this is the conversation I’ve been having with many individuals recently and you are, you are wanting more, and it can become frustrating when the neural networks in your brain are not connected in such a manner for the young ones spent many years tuning that out. They are connected to all of it and they are tuning it out so they can fully saturate this physicality. So, individuals that are mediums or clear channel can access this somewhat, somewhat, not all of them, more readily. And others are utilizing what tools they have at hand to assist with that.
So the first, the first stage I normally recommend is to begin accessing in your sleep, and you set an intention and you keep a notebook, and you wake yourself and you write what you see. Because if you set the intention, you then may connect with them. If a name come to your mind during the day, write it down. Because that is them introducing to you. They are aware of you. They are happy to share with you.
ROSE: I see.
TOMPKIN: It is about you opening that link to them. There is also other individuals creating inventions, devices you may put on your head to rearrange your neural network because they’re impatient and it wasn’t happening fast enough.
ROSE: Uhem. Yes… I’ve… (seen something like that)
TOMPKIN: If you’re in if you’re in a meditative state, allow yourself to see. Say to yourself, I wish to explore other dimensions and other focuses. If you see anything that looks like a tunnel or find yourself ?ing through a wormhole, fly through it, for at the other end, you may be able to connect immediately with a focus and it may only be for a very short timeframe. But hang on to it in your mind and then allow yourself to go back there repeatedly. I recommend only doing one to two minutes, at a time, with everyone because then they can start to formulate pictures. Not everyone is auditory. Not everyone is visual.
You are what I would call an auditory impressionist. So you may begin to hear names or begin to hear a place, or begin to hear a sound, and you then may have impression. Say to yourself: what is that? And allow the impressions to come and you can build on that. Later a visual will come.
ROSE: I see. That sounds good, haha. Very teasing.
TOMPKIN: Okay. Can make a game of it and have some fun.
ROSE: Pardon? Can you repeat that? You can.
TOMPKIN: You can make a game of it. Have some fun.
ROSE: Yeah, yeah, right. Right. Okay, then some candy questions. And… do you do focus stats?
TOMPKIN: If you wish.
ROSE: Yeah, I have. I have one for a friend. But first the candy question.
The largest giants, which we had on earth? How large have they been, how tall they’ve been?
TOMPKIN: The majority of them? The majority would be to seven point nine.
ROSE: I didn’t hear that… seven point? And then what?
ROSE: And then meter or what?
ROSE: Meters. And where have they been? Have they been on the Easter Islands or in Southern America? Or where have they been living?
TOMPKIN: Giants existed in a different… It’s difficult to explain, for is like a different dimension.
TOMPKIN: However it is it parallel. So they exist now.
ROSE: Ah! I see.
TOMPKIN: And you just can’t see them.
ROSE: Ah! I see. I have been once at a place in France. It’s called Monteneuf. And they have these megaliths there. And we happened to… this place was calling me. We were passing by (on a sign abt them, and I felt this electric shock in my body, and since it didn’t subside, I insisted on going back) on the motorway and I was saying to my husband, we have to stop, we have to go there. We have to go there. I had no information, nothing about it. But we ended up on this place. And it was just marvelous. It was most beautiful. And it was worth the whole trip (to France) and I had this feeling like it was like on an invisible wall. On the other side of this wall these people were still at the place moving around. It just couldn’t see it. It was like as if there was a hologram. And I was in the one expression and they were in the other expression. It was as if they (the previous residents) were still there.
TOMPKIN: Congratulations. I am applauding you, for they are.
ROSE: Yeah, it was most wonderful this place and this experience. It was wonderful. It was very wonderful. Thank you. Okay. So in the area, where the biblical stories happened. They tell about giants, though they will be there as well? (David and Goliath. Old Testament)
TOMPKIN: Who would be there?
ROSE: The giants.
TOMPKIN: Not exactly the giants are in… I’ll call it parallel for you understand what it means where you felt it in that example you just provided, okay?
TOMPKIN: The giants exist in a reality where the earth is slightly configured differently. The landmasses are not exactly the same. And there is some bleed through, so individuals do experience – like your or your teacher, you described, who’s not your teacher, the man who claims to be a teacher, he has bled-through into that reality so he would have experienced it as earth and recognized it. However, if he had looked closer, he would have recognized the continents are completely different.
ROSE: Ah. Interesting. Mm hmm. Is this similar to… let’s say Sasquatch?
TOMPKIN: No. Not hairy and much larger.
ROSE: No, not not in the expression but the bleed-through.
TOMPKIN: Oh, somewhat. Yes. It’s slightly energetically affirmed. And there were, in this reality, individuals who are mistaken for Sasquatch and we’re not, but the very existence of Sasquatch is more similar to the giant, but slightly different.
ROSE: Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I get it. Okay. We have to stop on this topic even if it’s wonderful, hehe.
Briefly, the stats for this lady… her husband, her impression is soft, political and something is Gramada, she says.
TOMPKIN: Which lady’s husband?
ROSE: This lady, my friend Joyce, her husband is called Rob. And her impression is the he is soft, political, Gramada and the other she didn’t get and the alignment or belonging she also didn’t specify, so to speak. What is your impression?
TOMPKIN: Rob is political, yes. He is intermediate, he is to Tumold aligned and Gramada family
ROSE: Belonging… wonderful. And her son, Ewan… her impression is: intermediate and she got Tumold, but nothing more.
TOMPKIN: So, her son is spread out amongst more alignments. So, like some individuals they take on more than just one and they move between them. So, I call him spread out.
ROSE: Okay, yeah. Okay.
TOMPKIN: He is soft. He is emotional.
TOMPKIN: He is, too, Tumold family.
TOMPKIN: And he is Vold, Milumet and somewhat Gramada, he moves in between those three with his alignment.
TOMPKIN: Mostly Vold.
ROSE: Mostly Vold. Okay.
He’s, I think he has (the) Asperger’s syndrome. And is a special. It’s a special person.
TOMPKIN: Okay, then bring… pardon?
He does not have Asperger’s.
TOMPKIN: He actually has a processing disorder that creates a space in his mind in order for him to process information at a different rate of other individual. And while he’s in the phase, organizing his thoughts, shall we say, it appears to others that he may be tuned. Not connected, or even distant, but he’s actually processing. And if you were allowed time within a conversation to step back… process, they would find their interactions are much more connected.
ROSE: Interesting, interesting. She might perhaps be inspired to do a little session with yourself. I don’t know.
Okay, then. A simple question: percentage wise, can you assess how it would be contributed so to speak, the dominance of left brain people or the percentage of left brain people versus right brain people? Could you assess that? (I meant, dominantly)
TOMPKIN: Well, most individuals use both sides of the brain as you are aware, but there is a higher percentage of individuals who are actually utilizing right brain and most of them don’t even realize it.
ROSE: Very interesting.
TOMPKIN: For society…
ROSE: Very interesting.
TOMPKIN: …. that they must, must, must be so…. So engaged in a certain manner that it actually limits and squashes creativity and growth in an intuitive sense and children are told that that, that the fairy tales aren’t real and that either imaginary friend is not even there.
ROSE: Very interesting. Very interesting. Oh my god. Oh my god, we have to go tiny bit over time. There’s… Thank you…
I have for a colleague… His name is Robert. And this is from my second job. And he has a baby. It’s now I think two years or so. So not exactly baby, but this kid doesn’t sleep. And so he can’t sleep either. And he’s very overtired and exhausted, coming to work and everything and I offered to ask you if there is some insight or recommendation for them. They have no idea what who whom I’m talking to. And I won’t reveal it to them. But…
TOMPKIN: That’s ok. That is understandable. The baby…. Uhem.
Three things! The baby requires nurturing just before bedtime. So it requires close physical contact with a parent, mother or father on the skin.
TOMPKIN: So it can really lay skin to skin and have a cuddle. The baby experiences pain in the back in the L5, lumbar five.
ROSE: Okay, and…
TOMPKIN: since birth, and they may be applying something as simple as a very gentle touch, very gentle, very, very gentle and soft and quiet. Touch with lavender oil. Not neat. Mix it with another oil.
TOMPKIN: And rub the muscles on either side of the spine, softly, softly, softly until baby goes to sleep.
TOMPKIN: And then put use a slightly warm bottle or heat pack. Check it first on their stomach. It should be warm, not hot against the bath and see if this helps.
ROSE: Okay, so these three things nurturing, the lavender oil with soft touch and a warm not hot bottle at the area of the L5.
TOMPKIN: Yeah, they could use a soft pack or rag week pack something that isn’t going to give off too much heat. And it’s just the right temperature. So just as if they were still behind the baby.
ROSE: I see. I see. I see. Yeah, that’s good to experiment with.
TOMPKIN: The warmth from the body on the back, actually helps dissipate the discomfort.
ROSE: I see. I see. Oh my god, Tompkin, I think I have to let you go I will have more questions. But I think they will have
TOMPKIN: I will discontinue, for our friend has a very full bladder and is becoming
TOMPKIN: … distressed with it, Haha.*
ROSE: Yes. We stop and we will reconnect. (Chuckles)
TOMPKIN: Very well, until next time, my friend.
ROSE: Until next time! Haha
Mundane Magic / Mundane Madness
TOMPKIN: Enjoy your mundane magic or mundane madness, whichever it is. (Both laugh)
ROSE: Thank you.
TOMPKIN: You’re welcome. Goodbye.
*The first sentence Tara uttered, when we reconnected: “Oh my god! I HAVE to pee!!” ☺