(Copyright © Jack Cain 2017, text and images)
Cloé’s session begins with me asking her to go to a beautiful place that is safe and then to tell me about it.
Cloé: It’s an island in a lake in the area where I grew up. There’s a sandy beach all around the island. It’s not a very big island. It feels really good when I’m lying down on the sand or walking on the beach. I feel safe there.
Jack: Just stay there for a bit. You are in the process of taking in influences or impressions of this place. It’s almost like a kind of food.
It is the subconscious part of your consciousness that has provided you with this place which is so comfortable and which feels so safe.
What emotion are you feeling there?
Cloé: It’s the void. It’s the feeling of belonging to the planet, to the Earth with just things of nature around me, except of course for the boat I used to come to the island. There’s a sense of security in the void, in the silence… It’s like when you dive into the lake and you listen to the silence that is there in the deep water. That makes me feel really safe. It’s a feeling of being nothing.
Jack: And when you say “void” I have the impression that it’s not a void that is really empty. Do you sense life in it?
Cloé: There is so much life that it becomes empty.
Jack: Ah, I see.
Cloé: It’s incredibly full.
Jack: That’s right.
Cloé: Full of something… It’s hard to explain.
Jack: Perhaps there’s no need to explain. Perhaps it’s just a question of staying there for a while.
Do you feel you are part of the silence?
Cloé: I feel that I am permitted to be part of the silence. I feel that I belong to the silence. It’s as if I am balanced.
Jack: It’s important to continue – to feel that you are there, that you are part of the silence, that you belong to the silence. For the moment, I don’t think you have to go anywhere else because you may be able to find something in the silence – something that appears or shows up for you. Because we are looking for just the right thing, the most important thing for Cloé today, the 25th of August 2017.
Jack: Yes. Perhaps the crow has something to tell you. Proceed gently.
Cloé: It’s as if the crow is trying to speak to me but I don’t understand what he’s saying.
Jack: All you have to do is ask your higher part, a higher consciousness that can understand the crow’s language. Gradually, without forcing anything, what he is saying will become clear.
Cloé: He tells me that I’m not alone. [sigh]
Jack: Perhaps he could explain that a little. What does that mean? Are there other beings there that are part of a team or what?
Cloé: It’s as if he’s telling me that I have a mission to carry out – an important mission. And I’m not alone in doing that. It’s as though those who sent me are protecting me.
Cloé: I’m asking him what I’m supposed to do. He replies that I already know, that I don’t have to ask that question.
Jack: Can you say what it is that you already know?
Cloé: It’s as if I’m becoming aware that I know things that others don’t – a knowledge. I think that the first thing is that I need to become aware of that very deeply. Because for me it’s difficult to accept that others don’t have that knowledge. I tend to think everyone has it. But it’s as if I receive a message that it’s not true that everyone has that.
Jack: Yes,it’s very important to realize that.
Cloé: It’s as though there is someone inside me who doesn’t want to admit that I’m not like everybody else. You see? So, it’s with that aspect that is different from others that I have to fulfill my mission. It’s as though I have a gift that I must pass on to others.
I have a deep understanding about the things of life without ever having learned them. They are inside me. And I know that they have a taste, a taste that is very deep. When I feel that I know I’m not mistaken – I know it’s not my ego.
Jack: Not at all. Because you’re able to tell what is ego and what isn’t.
Cloé: Yes, I think so. The ego has no interest in all that. It’s like a transmission of deep knowledge that comes from very far away – an understanding.
Jack: Right. Totally. This understanding is not very common.
And perhaps you can ask about the stages, the steps to take in this mission of transmitting knowledge to others. What do you have to do?
Cloé: Yes, in what capacity am I to do that? Is it with the new profession that I am starting now?
Jack: Yes, you could ask that…
Cloé: He says yes but not only with that but with other things as well. I need to simply search for what is the simplest way, using what appears on my path.
With Samuel for example. Samuel is the Alzheimer patient that I am looking after. There’s something I can do there.
Jack: Can you say what that is?
Cloé: It’s not clear.
Jack: Perhaps the crow can explain clearly the way your relationship with Samuel will be a part of how you need to move forward…
Cloé: It’s like the heart of it. With Samuel I can be who I really am. I can be who I am really in relation to my mission. You see?
Cloé: Because with Samuel, there is no judgment. He’s like an unbalanced animal that is completely open. With Samuel I can be true. There’s no need to play a role. Yes, that’s it. So, if I want to make contact with him, I only need to be true and automatically a door will open. And it’s the same thing with everyone else – I just have to be true.
Jack: So with Samuel you have a learning process, right? In order to prepare yourself to be yourself ideally with everyone.
It’s as though the interactions with Samuel – what he says – is like a caricature in the sense that it doesn’t make any sense. But often what people say is like that, right?
Jack: Exactly the same. [both of us laugh] Completely without content – just spoken words that look like they mean something but in fact they are devoid of meaning. However, it takes strength and a kind of stability to be able to be yourself with others. Are there other things that would help you find the strength to be yourself with others, with everyone?
Cloé: Yes, for sure. My mother. My mother couldn’t help me. I’ve never been close to my mother. And yet there is a closeness to her that is essential, hidden and very deep. But my relationship with her is superficial – on my side.
What the most difficult for me is to be myself with my mother because I always have to play the role of the daughter that she wants me to be. So if I could manage to be as true with my mother as I am with Samuel that could help a lot.
Jack: So you have two tools that you can use – Samuel and your mother. It’s very practical. Of course your relationship with your mother is more difficult because it’s encumbered with a history, with a life. Nevertheless…
Cloé: It’s the opposite of Samuel. With Samuel, he allows me to be who I am. He doesn’t know who I am. He doesn’t recognize me from one time to the next. So, I can just be completely who I am. Whereas with my mother it’s just the opposite – she reduces me to her picture of who I am. It’s like two opposite things – one empty and one full.
Jack: But perhaps you need to recognize that your mother needs this change too. There is a possibility that this is going to help her as well.
You can ask that if you like. Perhaps it’s not necessary – I don’t know.
Cloé: The crow says that my mother needs me.
Cloé: And vice versa. [pause]
He wants to leave.
Jack: The crow wants to leave?
Cloé: Yes, yes.
Jack: Before he goes it would be good to thank him.
Cloé: But I don’t want him to go right away. I see that there may be other things he will be able to tell me before leaving.
Jack: I would like him to tell you something about your sleep. [Before the session began Cloé was wondering why she needed so much sleep (9 or 10 hours), and why her sleep was so deep.]
Cloé: He says I go back to my island. My island is for sleeping.
Jack: So it’s because you need it then…
Cloé: Yes, I need it because it’s difficult. My mission is difficult. I have to balance. I need to rest because I have a big job to do.
Jack: Perhaps you can ask if you can be in touch with the crow again if you need to.
Cloé: He’s going to always be there for me.
I also ask him… I feel my father. He puts me in touch with my father.
Could it be that the crow is my father?
I’m trying to make the connection. I don’t know why my father is appearing very, very strongly.
Jack: It’s because he’s really there. He’s in front of you now. That’s what is there.
Cloé: Yes, but… I don’t understand what the connection is between the crow and my father.
Jack: But perhaps it’s possible that there is no connection. The crow has just put you in touch with him. If your father is there now there must be a reason for that. You can have some communication with him.
Cloé: Is it possible that the transmission of my mission comes from my father? At the level of my genes, at the level of who I am? In this incarnation? Do our parents transmit something? A kind of deep knowledge? Or does that have nothing to do with genetics? This is a question I am asking.
Jack: [chuckling] I think it’s the associative mind that wants to know.
Jack: That part of the mind wants to rationally analyze the whole story. But what’s important is what is in front of you now. Your father is there. It’s true that we’ve just been talking about your mission for some time. We don’t know if there’s a connection between your father and your mission. But certainly your father is an important person in your life. So you can hold that question inside you. You can ask why he is there.
Cloé: But I just asked a little while ago and the same answer comes back. It’s as if the crow replies, “I am your father.”
Cloé: A part of me wants to understand that. I’m back in the same place I was a little while ago.
Jack: No, you’re not in the same place as you were a little while ago. And there’s a part of you that knows very well how to distinguish that you’re not in the same place in this moment that you were a few moments ago with the crow.
When the crow says, “I am your father.” that doesn’t necessarily mean that he is the same person as the person who was your father in this incarnation. He is perhaps your father in the sense that he is helping you understand.
Jack: So you are beginning to understand how your vehicle operates – the possibility of thinking, the possibility of knowing. There are things that you already know completely. You know that you have a mission.
Jack: That’s not something you have to calculate or figure out – you know it quite clearly.
Cloé: Yes, it’s more than just having information. I am beginning to understand that I have knowledge that not everyone has. And that because of this knowledge I have a mission. It’s not something to keep for myself.
Jack: No. Absolutely not.
Cloé: So my mission is to share it. But I can’t give what has been transmitted to me just like that. I can’t explain it to anyone. So I have to find a round about way to help people.
Jack: Yes. Indirectly.
Cloé: Yes, very indirectly.
Jack: But each time you are beside another person, there is an influence that is passed. Both ways. No matter who it is. There is an influence that is passed in both directions. Of course there are people with whom you shouldn’t spend very much time because they are violent or there’s some other thing to avoid. However, when you’re with someone you can feel whether or not there’s something open in that person.
Jack: And in that moment you can simply transmit – without saying anything.
Cloé: Yes, as I do with children. I work with children too you know.
Jack: Yes, that’s it. Exactly. It’s not that you conduct a communication, it’s that a communication takes place…
Jack: …because of who you are
Cloé: And then too, the more I go inside myself into the void, into a peacefulness, on my island, the more the communication is going to take place naturally.
Jack: Yes, naturally.
Jack: It’s not a question of language, it’s not a question of words, it’s just a question of who you are.
Jack: When a person learns how to be who they are, then there is an influence that extends out from that person. A constant communication. Not just with other people but also with plants, with the Earth… It’s a whole network of all these connections.
Cloé: So the whole environment, everything I touch deeply.
Jack: But it’s not that you touch it, it’s that you emanate. It has to do with your emanation. Because you are a being of light, you emanate constantly. But that’s putting something into words. Sometimes, it’s not good to put things into words because there’s a distortion.
Cloé: Yes. That happens in the silence. It’s like trying to explain the silence with words.
Jack: Yes, it’s not something that can be explained. It’s a very special state – being in the silence. And that’s where you began the session. And you know very well that it’s there in the void, in the silence, that you are truly alive.
Cloé: The crow has just left… in the same way that he arrived – making his crow sound.
I get back in my boat. I’m leaving my island and I say thanks to it. I thank the crow too.