Opening her interview at 11pm on Sunday, August 14, JZ Knight greeted listeners in Yelm Washington.
On Sunday, August 14 from 11PM 2AM PDT,
Guest host Rob Simone was joined by Founder and President of Ramthas School of Enlightenment, JZ Knight, for a discussion about her experiences connected with the channeling of a 35,000 year old warrior from the lost continent of Atlantis, called Ramtha. Knight detailed how she first began channeling this being and how that relationship has evolved over the last three decades. She explained that, initially, people misunderstood her experience, thinking she was a medium. To that end, Knight credited Ramtha with creating the term channeling, in the 1980s, as a way of differentiating what was happening with her, since, when she channels Ramtha, he actually takes over her brain and she leaves her body.
Knight shared a number of predictions and insights which she has learned from Ramtha over the years.
Knight also imparted some steps that people can take to bring enlightenment into their lives. She advised that they first ask themselves if they are ready for a future. From there, they should write down the statement I have always lived the future, now. She said that focusing on those words and saying them slowly three times will result in a jazz energy feeling in ones head. So powerful is this process, Knight claimed, that you will see how your life will change in one day. Additionally, she suggested using statements like I have always been, followed by a specific goal, such as increased intelligence or improved health. Knight contended that using these techniques, over time, would result in dramatic changes in a persons life. You have nothing to lose, except your past, she marveled, quoting the shows website.
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