After the introductory music and personal messages, Lonneke was the first to start. From the bowl she drew a small piece of paper with the word “traveler” on it before beginning: “It is very nice to have the opportunity in this life to walk around this earth as a traveler. We are not just travellers. Our soul transports us through life and thereby gains experiences through our body. But we are also the ones who can steer our journey with our freedoms. In any case, we can interpret what we experience along the way. We do not know in advance the journeys we have to make. There are always circumstances that we have not foreseen. The journey itself is the purpose of life. During this journey we can look in all directions, make contacts, gain experiences, and learn to dare to take steps that we have not done before. Traveling can literally be far away, since we visit other countries. But we can also travel in our minds while we remain seated. We can move our thoughts through music, visualizations, plays, movies, and other ways. What responds to this are our feelings and emotions that teach or tell us something. It is quite special that our emotions are influenced by all the elements that we have around us such as earth, fire, water, air, Light, and everything that comes in contact with them. It is this Light that carries our soul from what we really are. Sometimes we have a little more fervor in our lives, and other times we have a little more caution and a little more grounding in our existence. It is quite special that we respond to that. How nice is that Light in combination with space and air. It brings joy to our existence. So, all this peace is felt in the ether and in contact with the Light. We will experience everything we discover in contact with others and these elements, but also the darkness and depth of it, the lightness. It is both mind-deepening and desired. It is nice that we are aware of this, and that makes us more open in our experiences during our journey. The more we feel about it automatically, sensitively, and intuitively, the deeper we can feel it, but we also see many colors along the way. We experience taste and taste things. This is what a traveler can meet. And when there are emotions that don't flow, it's something we experience on our journey. It can overcome us, but we can also overcome it. It is not only joy and pleasure that we must dare to allow but also our guilt so that we can let it go and not have to suppress it. It is above all learning to enjoy and overcome what we travelers encounter on our life journey in the matter.”
Then it was Samantha's turn. She was allowed to speak inspirationally, too, about the word “house”, and so she did: “When I think of a house, security is important to me but also the outside of the house and a the love within and around it. It must be neatly and orderly maintained. The way your house looks is a reflection of your inner self. When you are in balance internally, this often also applies to the physical house; after all, everything is connected with each other. The house stands for safety and security. You can see from the colors in the house how the emotions are reflected in you. People who have grown on the spiritual level often have a lot of white colors in their house, the white colored surfaces therefore seem much larger because they are literally growing spiritually. People with a soft character have soft colors in their home. Babies who are born very sensitive need soft colors like pink and blue and other shades. Houses come in different shapes and sizes and depend on the creation that we have built ourselves. When one has created something big, that reflects that he wants to achieve a lot in life and has set out the lines for this creation that leads to great heights. Often these people live in large villas. Others don't realize that people are creators and so create small houses. You can also see from the houses how the residents live. People who live in terraced houses look for coziness, while residents who live in detached houses like to live in solitude and are reminiscent of managers. Houses exist not only on Earth but also in the etheric world. What many people don't know is that they often travel there at night when they sleep. Our etheric body can split up so that it can travel to different places such as to planets or other places. A house is a place where you can relax and be yourself.”
Ingrid was given the word “manifestation”. And soon after she began her inspirational speech: “The word manifestation for me mainly has to do with dreams. Everyone dreams, and the moment you can set yourself to clear dreams, then it is possible to actually manifest your own dream. But in fact, I'm already doing that when I'm singing a song. You look at a song and think, how can I best manifest it? How am I going to sing, prepare, and do it musically? What do I want to say with the text, and what did the composer mean? How do I deal with this matter and make something beautiful out of it? You can manifest on your own, but you can also do it together. When you do it intuitively, you can manifest much greater things than you intend. That's the beauty of working together.”
Then it was my (Hennie’s) turn. On a pink petal I got the word “poverty”. It was my turn, then, to express my thoughts on poverty through inspirational speaking: “As crazy as it may sound, poverty can bring something joyful. When you live in poverty you can be satisfied with the smallest things. That satisfaction is harder to achieve when you already have everything. Poverty also produces unpleasant things. You will have to put in much more effort to support yourself and achieve things than if you have everything at hand. Just when you don't own anything, you can also get joy out of life by taking action. In fact, poverty is a beautiful thing. And that's because you're being forced into action. In that sense, it also helps you achieve things in life that are satisfying. Poverty manifests itself in many ways. You can also be spiritually poor. But you can do something about that when you flip the switch. To achieve this, many steps often have to be taken. [For more on these steps, read: “What is Enlightenment” by Immanuel Kant]. As mentioned before, this will take some effort. Poverty also reminds me of people in poor countries, who have nothing to eat to live on. And that is a difficult dilemma. But precisely because you have nothing, you go looking. And that's what life is about. You look for experiences in this poverty that can be spiritually very rich.”
Tonight’s inspirational speakers gave us insights into how we are all travelers in this journey we call life from Lonneke, how creating even our houses reflects what is happening inside us as well as the importance of having balance and desires in our lives from Samantha, how a manifestation has its own intricate yet creative process that unfolds into greater results through collaboration as well as intuition, and how the dilemma of poverty is an impetus for action but also a sign of spiritual wealth that no amount of money could ever buy from me, Hennie. So much for these profound highlights from this séance.
Thanks to all sitters for the beautiful inspirational speaking, and to Lonneke, as always, thanks for the beautiful guidance.