Conversations with a Yeti
By Candace Caddick
I have been running a practice group for people who came on my one day “Listening to Your Spirit Guides” workshop. (Next one 24 Feb 2019 in Redhill.) With monthly practice these people have progressed so quickly in their ability to channel that it has been a real pleasure to be with them. A few days ago I suggested we see if we could talk to a Yeti as a group project, with two minutes to connect either to a Yeti or the Yeti consciousness. That’s when it got interesting.
I didn’t know if everyone would be able to do this, but I wanted them to break through any limiting beliefs on who or what they thought it was possible to connect to. Everyone brought something different to the following discussion.
Yeti discussion summary:
They are shy and timid beings and deliberately avoid contact with humans, living high up on the highest peaks. I saw them in a different dimension, which led to learning that the dimensions have thinner barriers on the high mountains (just like the polar regions), giving chance sightings of elemental beings. They maintain the mountain environment of cold, wind and ice, and monitor and maintain the incoming energy of the universe that hits these high, unspoiled peaks, bringing information through from the outer universe. Maintaining this pure environment keeps these mountains sacred. Some saw them sitting and looking sadly out over mountains that were warming, looking into once white, glacial valleys where there was now mud and rock. They are alone but not lonely, and take their responsibility seriously. It is their purpose on Earth.
At the close I asked them if they had anything they wanted to say to us, and we heard that it was really unusual and quite entertaining to them to be visited for a chat by a group of ladies (not the usual male Tibetan monks.) One of the others heard “You ladies pack quite a punch!”
Practice sessions give people a chance to develop and feel confident in their ability to channel. Please contact me if you would like to come on the workshop or come to practice sessions. If you learned to channel from another teacher you might still like to come and practice with me.