Welcome listeners, and welcome to the blogpost of The Soul Trained. This is a spiritual show, and people always ask me, “Why did you call it The Soul Trained?” A lot of people didn’t like “Soul Trained” because, obviously, if you guys are old enough to remember the TV show “The Soul Train,” it was like the rival to “American Bandstand.” Everyone was like, “It sounds too much like The Soul Train.” I’m like, “Well, that’s good. That’s name recognition, right?”
Anyways, I’m G.S. Eli. I’m a spiritualist. A lot of people don’t know what a spiritualist is. They get misconceptions of what a spiritualist actually does. Quite simply, it’s just an expert on the spirit. Someone who has studied the spirit, either through academics or just personal experience with the spirit, like I did.
You see, I grew up in what we would call a Roma family. For those who don’t know what the word “Roma” means or “Romani,” or what we say in America, “Romamia,” it means Gypsy. Now, in today’s modern political correctness, Gypsy is derogatory. So we don’t use it. I don’t really mind it. I know a lot of Roma activists that would really, really be upset if you called them a Gypsy to their face.
Having said that, back to spiritualism. I grew up in a Roma family, which you guys would think is very superstitious. Everybody knows the Hollywood version of the Gypsy people, the Roma people. That’s the singing and dancing, fortune telling — (laughing). My producer’s making me laugh over there — a fortune-telling idea of spirituality.
But a spiritualist is a very experienced professional of emotional spirit. For example, you can’t be a spiritualist if you’re 25 years old. There’s just no way. To just give you some insight of the evolution of a spiritualist, here’s a good way to think about it: a fortune teller that practices every day by using tools — tarot cards, crystals, tea leaves, palms, whatever — and he or she starts at, let’s say 18, 19, 20. By 24, 25, they’ve developed into being a psychic, whether they like it or not, because now their intuition has developed. Everybody following me?
Now, at this point in their lives, when they’ve experienced this for 10 years, practiced this for 10 years, they now choose to pick a kind of genre, for example, a medium. A medium, as most of you already know, speaks with the dead. But, if they choose to continue studying their intuitiveness and then working with the attributes of humanity, and they use their intuition, and then practice that for at least another 10 years? Well, guess what. The psychic evolves into a spiritualist, whether they like it or not. They now have experience with clients and they’ve seen how people fought through love problems and financial problems and family issues.
They’ve basically seen it all at this time. So they become somewhat experts on human behavior. OK. Data tells like if they’re wearing cufflinks or not or whatever, an emotional kind of characteristics. Now, it goes even deeper. Deeper than that. Once a person is a spiritualist and studies the spirit and understands it and practices it every day like I do and have been for years, their intuitiveness, with their knowledge on human behavior, creates a very advantageous helper, if you will.
So, understanding what a spiritualist is is fortune teller, leads to psychic, and then you can develop a genre, whether it’s mediumship or energy work or, — what I chose to do is study human behavior and the attributes of righteousness and the characteristics of evil, which you will learn in this podcast or future shows that both live in our spirit — will evolve into a spiritualist and eventually an advisor.
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Welcome back, listeners. Let’s get back to understanding a spiritualist and understanding why it’s called The Soul Trained. OK. Well, I was thinking that the very first show, we can talk about what I always talk about when I first meet a client. Before I can really help anybody with a problem when I sit with them, first I have to explain to them that their soul exists.
Now, I usually have funny little names for my lessons because, simply said, if they’re funny, you simply remember them better. So this one is called “I kinda believe,” which really it should be called “Spirituality 101.” Or maybe “Ghost 101” is better because it’s your ghost.
You see, throughout human history, if human beings did not see something or could touch it, they did not think it exists. For example, we believed that the world was flat. And we believed the air wasn’t real because we couldn’t see it. And it wasn’t until Sir Isaac Newton that we thought gravity was a thing because we couldn’t feel it, we couldn’t touch it. Scientists had to wait until we could prove these things.
It’s the same thing with the spirit because we can’t see it, we can’t touch it. But religious people tell us what’s there in the modern world, so we believe it’s there. But here’s something you can think about. How many times have you heard someone say, “Oh, I’m not religious, but I’m very spiritual”? I hear that a lot. I kind of get a kick out of it because growing up Roma, like I said before, we actually know what the spirit means. It’s kind of cute because people think it means when they say they’re spiritual that this somehow is telling the other person that they have a moral standard, a righteous moral standard, when in actuality, spirituality is both righteousness and evil. The spirit does not necessarily belong to righteousness of God alone.
For example, just really quickly, love is a spiritual emotion. Does everybody agree on that? But so is hate. Generocity is an emotion, a righteous, spiritual emotion. But so is greed. But, I diverge.
Back to understanding the spirit and how we kind of prove that it exists. If I’m going to have you guys listen to the show, I keep calling myself a spiritualist and calling the show The Soul Trained, I’ve got to prove to you that it exists, right?
So here it goes. So, how many of you ever fell in love? Or how many of you have ever witnessed something terrible, like seeing a loved one at a funeral and the first time you view that loved one laying there in a coffin? And if you can pinpoint the moment where that feeling came from on your person, it’s best to really find out where it didn’t come from. It didn’t come from your elbow. It didn’t come from your head, where a lot of neurologists say all these emotions come from. In later shows I’ll share with you my opinion of how that’s not true. Our brain is a calculator, and it’s following a command from another entity, which is the spirit.
Every single human being listening can say that that feeling came from your upper gut, but not your heart. Our heart is an organ that pumps blood into our veins. It comes from just below our heart and above our tummy. This is the geography of the soul, the geography on our person.
Take a poll. Ask everybody in your house what I asked: Where did that feeling come from? Or better yet, how about you finish these sentences for me. When I first fell in love, I felt like I had butterflies in my — gut. When I saw my loved one in a coffin, I felt like I got punched in the — gut. You see, it’s all in the center. If you ever was at a yoga class or a meditation class, and the teacher said “Center yourself,” and you’re kind of like, “What does that mean? Is that in the center of the room?” No. It means put your focus on your center because that’s the geography of the spirit. It comes from the center.
So there we go. We just established a geography on your person. See, we’re building evidence, Spirituality 101. OK. Great. We have a geography.
Now, let’s talk about when a human being passes away. I bet most of you don’t know that the human body loses several ounces of weight when the human body passes away that’s unaccounted for. This has been studied.
Now, the majority of doctors believe that it’s the soul. And the remaining minority believe? You’ll never guess what they say it is. The famous answer is “We don’t know.” They just don’t give an answer. But the majority believes it’s the soul.
So here we have it. We have a geography, and we have a weight. So what else can we prove that the soul exists? How about a sensation, a feeling? Well, because this is a podcast, I can’t demonstrate it like I do with my clients when they’re in front of me when I use my singing bowl. I’ll hit my singing bowl so you guys can get a better reference. (The bowl chimes like a bell). That’s my singing bowl, and I use that for guided meditation. But all of you know music, right? All of you have been listening, whether you’re listening in your car or in your room or at a wedding, a certain song that comes in and you just feel it right in your gut. It’s the sensation that’s right there. You don’t feel it anywhere else. You don’t feel it in your leg. Like some songs say, you feel it right in your center.
So again, let’s recap even again, one more time. We have a geography. We have a weight. And we have a sensation. So there you have it. The soul does exist. So we can’t say, “I kind of believe.”
But what’s in our soul? Well, the soul has three sections, OK? There’s the light section, which is the emotions of love, emotions of forgiveness, of kindness. Then we have a dark section, OK? That’s the other side of the soul. That is the emotions of hate, greed, cleverness, manipulation. And the foundation of all our souls is intention, what we are intending to do.
So if we kind of really understand intention — there is a spiritual saying, I use it quite a lot. It’s intention will always meet its goal. So if you can sort of just close your eyes and visualize your spirit, whether you visualize it as a orb, a beam of light or a flame — a flame is a good way to look at it — and you split that flame in two and one part is lighter and one part is darker. And then the foundation is intention.
So the heavier the dark part of your core is, that’s what your intention will be. So, my hope is that throughout this podcast and through the guests we’re going to meet, the people we’re going to interview, and my lessons to you, we are going to understand the soul a lot better, and we’re going to exercise the soul in a way that we embrace the lighter part of the core. And with that, we will live our best life.
And I hope that this lesson will help you understand that the soul doesn’t “kind of” exist. It does exist.
Well, enlightenment seekers, that concludes our lesson. I hope and pray that your soul got a little bit brighter. And remember to give yourself some time to meditate, pray and appreciate every single day.