Just as a hitchhiker thumbs for a ride from a stranger on the side of the road; a hitchhiker is also a spirit who’s gotten stuck after death, and has missed the opportunity to go toward the light where their soul will continue its progress.
Ellie Pechet, M. Ed.
A few years ago my dog was dying from cancer. A pet owner is, at some point, faced with the task of making a difficult decision for their beloved companion; and I was face to face with this decision a second time in a 6-month period.
I was struggling daily with the question, “Is she ready to go?”
Life Mastery Radio host, Todd Alan, knew my struggle and turned me on to a guest he’d had on his show – a Shamanic Healer. I was skeptical at first about whether talking with such a person could really help me and my dog, Bandi; but more than that, I was searching for an answer I wasn’t finding.
I talked with the Shaman, and it changed everything. Skeptiscism quickly turned spiritual as I witnessed Bandi physically helped out of pain. I talked with Bandi – actually communicated with her through the Shaman; and Bandi’s last days with us were extraordinarily better than they would have been had I not known her desire to keep living.
Today’s guest on Life Mastery Radio was Ellie Pechet M.Ed., a Metaphysician, Shaman, Medium and developer of the Pechet Healing Technique. I was delighted to learn the same help Bandi received from a Shaman was available to ME!
I read a great deal of Ms. Pechet’s book, Hitching a Ride: A Guide to Earthbound Spirits and How They Affect You before the show. I enjoyed the many intriguing and inspiring stories found therein.
Ellie described her gift(s) as a gradual unfolding over time at the right times. She was trained in counseling, then energy healing; and later discovered her gifts as a Medium and Shaman.
“My abilities started coming in as memories”
Ellie Pechet, M.Ed.
Ellie’s main branches of work include:
- Removing harmful energies in her clients
- Healing core issues in her clients
Just as a hitchhiker thumbs for a ride from a stranger on the side of the road; a hitchhiker in Ellie’s world is a spirit who’s gotten stuck after death, and has missed the opportunity to go toward the light where their soul will continue its progress.
These hitchhikers no longer have a physical vessel, but they have the same personalities and preferences they did in life. They may want to hang out with someone who is like them, or who happens to be in the same place they are during their transition from life to death (such as a hospital), especially if their death was sudden or tragic.
Ellie Pechet, M.Ed.
Most often, the person who’s picked up the hitchhiker doesn’t even know it. Yet, there can be physical, mental, and emotional changes in the host, which he or she can’t explain. They may notice a change in personality; they may pick up new habits; or desire something they didn’t like before.
If the hitchhiker decides they want to have experiences like they did when they had a physical body, they may possess the host and wreak physical damage, such as depression, chronic illnesses, or addictions.
Ellie Pechet’s role is to help the hitchhiker willingly leave the host, and travel toward the light. Then she helps the host to recover, heal, and empower their natural energies to prevent another hitchhiker.
“I am a divine escort to help the hitchhiker get unstuck. My work in that regard is short-term, then I work with the host on his/her energies, and heal core issues.”
Recently, Ellie has begun telepathically communicating with African Elephants to heal their PTSD from poacher attacks. Whales and Sea Turtles have told Ellie they are full of plastic. She wants to heal them, and is on a campaign to reduce plastics, clean the oceans, and make boaters more aware of their threat to animals in the sea.
Ellie wants to talk with you, too. She will provide real results to real issues. Call her at 508-237-4929 or make an appointment online at www.PhoenixRisingHealing.com
Do you have a relationship to prayer? Many people associate prayer only with religions, but there is another type of prayer life that can make you masterful in the game of life.
An international spiritual coach and prayer counselor, Angela Montano is devoted to sharing the utterly transformative power of prayer. Her work provides spiritual insights that change the way people perceive their circumstances, creating a shift that opens up a whole new world of possibilities.
Angela’s mission is to inspire a new conversation about prayer, teach ancient and new prayer technologies and encourage people to adopt a prayer practice.
A spiritual practitioner certified by the Center for Spiritual Living and the Agape International Spiritual Center, over the past 20 years Angela has facilitated over 15,000 private, one-on-one prayer sessions with clients of all faiths and belief systems from around the world. Angela’s work is inspired, and her ability to provide a spiritual perspective on the challenges of daily living is unparalleled.
A featured guest on Hay House Radio, Angela is also a sought-after keynote speaker and workshop facilitator. Angela is author of the forthcoming book, Rethink Prayer. http://rethinkprayer.com/ http://rethinkprayer.com/
Todd sat across from me late in the afternoon for a french tip and fries after most people had returned to their workplaces. He was telling me his story about alcoholism. We’d only known each other for a week, and this was our first date. I listened intently.
I noticed that he was different than many people I had heard speak about their recovery process. He was in complete acceptance that alcohol had no place in his present life. None and done. He didn’t miss it, relish it, long for it, fantasize about it, complain about it — none of that. He had broken off his relationship with alcohol and he wanted me to know about it.
Of course, I wanted to write it all down! I heard a book spewing out of him.
We continued to see each other often, and I encouraged him to share his story every chance he got: “Tell bits and pieces to anyone you trust. Watch their face. Pay attention to their questions. This will help you own your story.”
“What story?” he asked me.
“The book within you.”
“A book? Really?” And then he followed up with, “I have always thought there might be a book in me, somewhere.”
Some of us are more excited to share our stories. Some of us are timid or scared that people in the story will read it and be offended. For certain, people can take offense even if you look at them wrong let alone feature them in your book.
But it is still important to share your story with those in your life who you deem as safe. It’s an excellent place to start, and It helps you know your true story even better. Later on, you can decide what stays in your public story and what you choose to edit out. When you know the difference between the two, you’ve got the bones of a manuscript!
I was especially moved by Todd’s early memories of alcohol recovery, which we updated and placed in the very beginning of his book. I remembered him sharing bits of it on our first date, and I must say, he had my complete attention. Here’s the book version:
I was raised to be a man’s man, a strong farm hand, and basically an ordinary tough guy. My Dad influenced me powerfully. He grew up in a masculine world in middle America where he was a big football fan and raised to be a corn farmer. He coached me in football, baseball, basketball and soccer when I was a just a kid. If I got hurt while playing, I was told, “Shake it off!”… And, “Big boys don’t cry!” Every injury was met with another chance to be tough as nails. These messages were hammered into my brain and my body. Consequently, I became completely closed off from my feelings.
This was one of my first agreements in life: Real men don’t feel. I didn’t like it, but it was a concept straight from my dad, and it was all he knew. The boy scouts enforced it even more, and later came the game of hunting wild animals – something I was not keen on – but these messages came from men I looked up to. They were teaching me how to be a man’s man, as this was all they knew.
I was only 11 when my uncle introduced me to booze and I liked it! I liked the way it made me feel. I drank so much I got super intoxicated. As the days pressed on, I could count on my uncle feeding this magic stuff to me and every time, I had the same reaction; I felt great! Alcohol gave me the permission to feel superhuman! This was the stuff, man!
Up until now, the only feelings I ever saw a man express was anger. I noticed that when men got angry, they got their way. It worked for me, too. I could throw a tantrum and get what I wanted. At age 12, my folks divorced and I spent a lot of time feeling really upset. The only other option I knew was to numb out and try to feel nothing at all. So now I had a new agreement: I could feel angry or I could add a little alcohol and feel good. Every chance I got, I chose the latter.
Not a bad start! And it is only the very beginning of his story. We sat down and crafted this one day to get his book rolling.
And then we wrote more, and talked more, and wrote more.
And at some point, the confusion of what to say became clear, and the feeling of fear turned to utter excitement. There are many phases, decisions, and re-working that needed to take place so that his story could be offered to a public audience with care.
Todd was overjoyed to see his words — his survival story — become a book. I literally cried tears of joy. It took time and attention and commitment. But I won’t say it was hard — it required dedication and focus, and there were many times when we laughed.
The process helped me build my business and brand: I help people write their books. I’d love to help you.
Your true story is always about you, even though there were other important people. That story you lived through has made you, changed you, shaped you, saved you, delivered you, and allowed you to be in this world, present and available. Just think what that story could do for others.
Coach Debby is a spiritual mentor and has taught writing and literary editing since 1996. She helps new and seasoned authors create and complete their book. www.coachdebby.com
October 18, 2011 Guest: Rickie Byars Beckwith, First lady of New Thought Soul Music talks about her uplifting New book “Let My Soul Surrender” and music CD. A beautiful compilation of spirit. Also joining us is Diane Rose Kelly, lead singer of JAYLA music, published author,poet & composer that has performed with Ricki at Agape, Rythym & Soul Festival. Join us LIVE for some SOUL full vibrations.
Dr. Clive Fields, joins us in an open forum discussion of health , wellness and nutrition in the first half of today’s show. Then Dr. Dondee Nettles fills us in about a revolutionary supplement that can give you the edge of turning back the clock. Rev up the good enzymes, restore the optimal level of oxidative stress of a 20 year old with 5 all natural plant ingredients. Blood cells, T Bars, and more. Created by Dr. Joe McCord PhD, Protandim has received world wide attention and currently being studied in 7 Universities across the USA. Darla Warburton will discuss her involvement and how it has changed not only her life but others as well.
Dr. Clive Fields & Dr. Dondee Nettles
Join in an open discussion on what is happening in the
health care industry, advancements in patient care,
how to develop and wellness plan with your MD,
and a supplement, Protandim, that is turning heads!
Listen in as Tina Marie and Todd Alan interview Lee Labrada LIVE! He brings his 30+ years of experience to the nutrition and exercise techniques presented in his best selling book, The Lean Body Promise ( Harper Collins) www.leanbodypromise.com This easy-to-understand, easy-to-implement book will appeal to anyone interested in making positive physical changes in their body, not just the elite athlete. http://www.holisticlivingshow.com 12 PM CT August 2
Be YOUR OWN Shaman! Can’t loose weight? Pick up “slime” from others? Crazy busy? Take an hour to listen LIVE with Tina Marie & Todd Alan as Deborah talks about her journey into discovering we are ALL our best healers and how to protect and process our STUFF. 12 PM CT, July 26, http://www.holisticlivingshow.com
Deborah King reviews how to “Be Your Own Shaman”, her newest book and venture in 2 the reality we are all intuitively healers. From being “slimed” to energy vampires and disconnecting with negativity in our past,present and future.LISTEN LIVE. July 26th 12 PM CT @ www.holisiticlivingshow.com with Tina Marie and Todd Alan
Listen in as Fiona Maguire discusses ways to quickly and effectively shift YOUR life into one that is purposeful and aligned in your true values. Follow twitter and visit her website, http://www.RealEnergy4All.com
She is direct, delightful and dynamic in her gentile approach. It is <a possible to Spontaneously Let go of pain and heal through her Key To Awareness Program.