In the first half, Maureen Seaberg, an expert on synesthesia and machine empaths, was joined by frequent C2C guest Heidi Hollis, who happens to be a machine empath. "Synesthesia" is the ability to see numbers or letters or even music as colors, and "machine empaths" are those who affect computers, phones, or other machines with their thoughts either intentionally or not. Hollis detailed many instances of her effects on electronics, such as strange voices during phone calls and mysterious text messages. She also said that she draws poltergeist activity into some people's lives and that she thinks of people as "a series of visuals" and not as facts or in words (related article).
Seaberg spoke on the science of synesthetes and how their talents have been used for practical purposes, such as in remote viewing. She mentioned that three of the earliest and best remote viewers had this talent. Synesthesia is "present in 4% of the population," Seaberg cited, and people with this feature in their lives can literally feel another's pain or pleasure. They also use it to enhance memory by associating colors with situations or events. George even revealed that he associates numbers with colors, saying that "eight is black" and "for 5, I think of orange."
Intuitive medium, author, and educator Geoffrey Jowett helps others on their journey of enlightenment by recognizing that each of us is an eternal and infinite part of God, and that our purpose in life is to perpetuate divine love. In the second half, he described his journey from a science background to his present avocation, guiding people to find their life purpose through what he's termed a "soul agreement." Jowett described the concept as a "pre-birth plan of karma you created in a past life that you want to overcome." He believes that when we die, we all return to the spirit plane with lessons learned as incarnated spirits and that we choose the next life we will live and what goals we want to accomplish.
Jowett referred to our world as "an emotional plane," where we learn by experiencing emotions that are "important to our learning and understanding." He mentioned that he grew up near the spiritualist community of Lily Dale, New York, and was able to discuss his ideas and psychic experiences with the people who live there. Jowett performs channelings of deceased family members who he says have specific advice for the living, especially relevant to other family members. A 'soul family,' he explained, is "who you gravitate toward by the time you are 30 or 40 years old" in order to help and learn from each other. Jowett's definition of a soulmate is "any soul that is helping the advancement of the other soul" and can be anyone in your life, be it a lover, workmate, or even an enemy. In the last hour, Jowett gave advice and readings for callers.
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