In attendance; Russ & Karen
Karra; Hello, hi dear.
Russ; Hi love.
Karra; I see Karen has got up and left.
R; Yes, she went to go get some tea.
Karra; Oh, that's very kind of her. How
are you doing?
R; I'm doing good. That letter from Sarah
got to me.
Karra; Yes it got me too. I think the only
person that did not have tears in their eyes was
Omal. I sometimes wonder about his emotional
level. I think he controls them very well.
R; He does have them.
Karra; Oh yes, but Tia's eyes were wet and
Kiri was actually crying while she was reading it.
Hear her take gulps every so often?
R; Uh, Hmm.
Karra; It wasn't for dramatic effect.
R; Well it's rather interesting that many
times we keep running into the name Sarah. Where
in the Sirian Chonicles we see the name Sarah pop
up quite a bit. Our Sarah returning to Sirius has
a kind of ironic twist to it.
Karra; Yes it does in a way, especially
the fact she is taking the fact that she is dying
very well. From what grandmother told me the other
day, that she is taking a lot of pride and
pleasure in picking out the perfect return vessel.
She's even polished it herself and she's laid down
to make sure that it is very comfortable. She's
got it all nicely lined and everything. She's got
little pockets in there where she can put things
to take with her even though she will never see
them again in her physical form, she wants them
with her. Her little teddy bear that one of Tia's
children gave her. A holodisk that Kiri gave her,
things like that. Things that don't seem that much
but seem a lot to her. A pen she was given by one
of the pilots when she was going with Kiri to
R; When she gets interned, is there going
to be a notice that folks can astral travel there
and pay there respects? Karra; I don't think it
would be appropriate for people to know where she
is buried. There will be a ceremony here on the
Base and when they actually bury her.
R; Well she'll be remembered.
Karra; Yes, and one other thing she wants
is to have a wild rose bush planted over her.
Karen; I agree.
Karra; Well she is very understanding of
death. In fact she seems to get even more so as
the days get closer.
R; So the question I've got is with all
that she went through here on third dimension,
with all that she went through with the Zetas,
With all that she went through on Hades Base and
all that she is going through on Sirius, would you
say that this is a shortcut to the sixth dimension
Karra; No. There is only two possibilities
for her. She was either ready to come to the sixth
dimension and needed to go through that suffering
to cleanse herself or she wasn't ready. Simple.
The fact that she's been given a glimpse means
that she has the possibility if she comes to terms
with it in the appropriate way of going to sixth.
The letter implied that she wants to be born again
R; Well there'll be some time between
Karra; Oh yes.
R; She is a very special lady.
Karra; Yes, the times that I've worked on
her to comfort her, to take away the pain
temporarily, it was nowhere what Kiri did for her
with her coercion. Kiri doesn't talk about the
images that she got from her and Tia's saying that
we should move on to something more cheerful.
She's saying that Sarah would not want you to be
upset or sad at what's coming. Let us work on a
basic framework for the how to heal section on the
Karra; A healer must be able to put their
personal emotions to one side. They must be
positive, not, ''I'm going to try'' but rather
''I'm going to do this''. They must be open and
receptive to a the patients imput not ''this is
the way it's done''. More like ''how do you want
us to do this'', ''what is the best way''. A
healer must be confident and know that they can do
it. A healer must also know their limitations. For
example, I do not see any third dimensional
healers being able to reach down push down the
bone and set the leg without causing pain. A
healer must know something of standard medicine.
Basics, basic first aid, basic hygiene. Hygiene is
very important. You can set the leg, but if your
hands are not clean you can infect the wound and
cause more problems and possibly kill the person.
A healer must know when to refer the patient to
somebody that has better equipment and knowledge.
A healer must be able to admit defeat. A healer
must be able to comfort the mind as well. If you
remember with the young lady we worked on down
there, most of the healing was done vocally. A
healer must know how to make the person do the
work. There's only so much that a healer can do.
Lastly, a healer must not get emotionally
involved. But that's the hardest rule to obey.
Russ, have you ever seen me get emotionally
Karra; And how did I respond?
R; Crying your eyes out.
Karra; Uh Hmm. Yes I did, didn't I? But,
what was the end result?
R; An excellent healing.
Karra; Correct. I pushed myself to the
limit and that was done with love. And I knew that
I could win. And what is the end result of my
R; She's well.
Karra; Yes, but a lot of it was her.
R; You gave her the belief that she could
Karra; That's right. We set up the
framework for her to achieve her goal and it
worked. Any more question?
Karra; OK, I'll see you guys later.