"Water is finite. If you don’t learn how to handle things, including which things you should support and which things you should abandon, it’s gonna be finite."
Kendall asks: "Are we alone on our path of life or does it just feel this way because we have disconnected?"
'So if she still has the chance to sit and just be the spitting image of the guilt, every time they look at her, she won’t go any step ahead. Be stuck there forever. Everybody else will be stuck there, too.'
"You always had this — how should I put it it? — tendency to love nature. Some people like, hmm, big, fast cars… Big buffets where everything’s for free. You do like to look at these things. You try it sometimes. But you get bored quickly."
'So if you want to have a gardener, which you would need in this society, don’t try to hammer mathematical formulas into their brain that they will never need in their whole life'.
A spiritual child expressing herself and a concerned mother. Plus, something about angels.
"Every single one of you stays as long as you need to."
"This is what we would call a successful life: You’ve learned lots of things. You have grown energy through that. You’ve raised the energy around you, as well. And then, you can come back — if you decide so — choose a different path and grow some more energy in a different field."
"They think they are connected to the whole planet, the whole world, everybody who lives on that planet. But they’re not even connected to the person right next to them or to the patch of earth they’re standing on."
"Spirit comes in to something: animal, plant, rock…pile of dirt, human body. Or what you call alien body. There is no start point. There is no ending point."
An unexpected grain of truth in the zodiac; growing through your own anger and the futility of fighting other people's battles.
Becoming a beacon for an exchange of energy, not being used; a woman at the centre of a circle of people who consume her energy is told how to change.
A lot of people feel like they have had enough, all over the place on this planet, of people of very low intelligence being the puppets of some greedy people in the background, who haven’t got much intelligence either.
All is well as long as you learn. Grow your knowledge, because that will raise your own energy and the energy of the environment you’re in. This is what it’s all about.
People, won’t be happy with being told: This is how you live, this is how you eat, you drink, you move. Because they are different.
Wheat was a crop produced to feed masses. And it was used to stop people having to go hunting all the time. It made them lazy. It made them content.
Aedgar spent time existing as a seaside rock and talks about the consciousness present in all natural things. He explains what that means for the things that we eat.
"It’s the fear that holds them back: the fear of the unknown, fear of failure, fear of feeling not entitled to go there. That’s why some people spend a very limited lifetime, sadly."
Andrew asks about whale-watching and a Buddhist monk's long-ago prediction of the time of Andrew's death.
Teleportation, living on other planets and conflict with other civilisations -- Aedgar goes to some far-out places, answering questions by AC.