Much of this session was personal information, so it has been abridged to give the useful comments that Mercredan made.

Overlayed Impressions

M: Good morning. Once again it is my privilege and pleasure to come and spend these few moments of your time.

(Voice speaking so very gently) The first comment is how everything in life is significant. The reality of the creation is impression upon impression upon impression. And the emerging reality is the composite of all of such impressions. So when it is important as a message, one’s evidence for life, one’s evidence of one’s awakening as such, is the degree of compassion one can entertain

More than anything, the very entertaining of compassion frees so much hurt from the past efforts of the soul. So you understand what I mean. Even if it is unconnected, the expression of compassion clears away significant amounts of the emotional astral baggage that a person carries along.

(A: This reminds me of the outpouring of compassion on Princess Diana’s death and how the depression cases, suicide and divorce rates plummeted immediately afterwards in the UK.)

M: Often when such things occur, One does not truly understand the depth of the impressions that are released in that fashion. Do you understand what I mean?

A: I do understand, and it felt deep. I could not find the thoughts or the words to match what it was [I was feeling].

M: I want to perhaps describe this a little more in detail. Shall we suggest for example that one holds one’s identity by manufacturing many impressions of who you are. Many ideas of one’s degree of value and the degree of isolation one often impresses as well. Such like the modelling of your clay as we have spoken. One impresses a little figure upon it, and then one impresses a slightly different impression, and on it goes until the resulting finished item doesn’t resemble any of the individual impressions. Does that make sense?

A: (laughs) yes.

M: You think you are highly talented. One impression. And then you think that you are not acceptable. Another impression. And then you think that you are a good mother. Another impression. And then you think you are not a good mother. Another impression, and on it goes until you have the finished …

A: (laughs) …mess.

M: …idea. You understand, and then you begin to create impressions on the world out of that identity. So you think, “Mm, I can be a world class presenter,” and then, as you begin, the impression of “You’re not a good Mother” “You are too idealistic” and “You haven’t got your best make-up” and on it goes again. That is how creation truly operates. So even the most important breakdown, even if it is a crisis, it shatters most often the form of who you thought you were.

And to rebuild that overall pattern, the overall form, allows one to forget impressions that are no longer as valid as they used to be. Do you follow what I mean?

A: Yes.

M: So one wants to have the impression that one is a “strong” person and then one realises that strength does not protect you against feelings at all. And then you begin to acknowledge that one’s vulnerability is a part of yourself that you quite realise as important and as valid expression. And so the softer nature begins to take more precedence.

The impression is somewhat more pronounced, shall we say — higher up in the layers that are creating the Universe. Does that follow along the way? Because we are talking truly in dimensions of reality. The physical nature, the solidness of form maintained over a sequence of time, creates the thought and the solid reality of movement, and then overlaid by the impressional world that creates a different sensation. Do you understand how that is?

A: Mm…

M: So these are important fields of endeavour because one overlays historical events in terms of the interpretation that one impresses on oneself, on others and on your universe.

A: [So, I’ve witnessed] this crisis point. Rather than me pointing to why I think this crisis has happened and what’s come from it, am I better to just not focus on that at all and just start with a blank canvas on myself? I don’t know what’s happening for the others…

M: Of course. One begins by putting the value on one’s compassion and the fact that compassion is a quality that is certainly aligned in the field of love. Love then allows somebody to emerge from what used to be their old impressions. Someone who has always impressed upon themselves that they are not affected by others discover there are indeed those who can affect them in such significant ways that they are no longer the same person. And how does it mean when others try to force you back into an outdated, outmoded idea?

A: Mm. It goes against the grain.

M: You understand. Then you have to change everybody else’s impression as well as one’s own. Compassion allows that person [to know] that they have a compatriot holding a new vision, a new way of life. Not that they have to change to meet that person but that they can remodel themselves.

A: It’s such a great gift, isn’t it.

M: It is. A magnificent gift because, in the process of helping others, one’s evolution is granted a great leap.

A: Mm mm.

M: When you can see someone trying their best to evolve, what greater gift is there than to be alongside their own evolution holding and supporting and giving them the necessary energy? Because the evolution of another is one’s own evolution.

A: Mm beautiful.

M: You understand, because there is no separation whatsoever in all reality.


M: One often perceives the newborn as if they are immediately embodied, but a soul does not usually take up residence at any [consistent] time. First of all, it would like to check out the “gravity” of the situation. It would like to check out the structure of the body and the environment in which it has come to Be. Often times there are those souls that simply touch and come into the environment as part of a greater drama than you think.

Baby in womb
M: First of all, parents have to share a part of their own Being in order to manufacture the initial physical body. So in some sense your scientific viewpoint of the physical structure and manufacture of a physical body is indeed accurate to a certain degree. There are also different fields involved as well as the simple physical. It is with that engagement that the spiritual body, the soul infusion, takes up residence. Only when it is born is it completely free of its initial impression. That is, its physical embodied structure. Then it begins to take up residence. Begins to re-decorate.

[Mercredan seems to be saying that a baby is born with impressions made by its parents and after the birth starts to impress itself with its own conclusions]


A: Does the Universe help [someone] gain insight or do they figure it out themselves? Or is there opportunity for them to just not notice and continue on with the old impressions?

M: Let us say, crisis almost always redefines a person’s impressions of themselves. Whether that is for the better or for a lesser…

A: Ugh! Accumulating more baggage.

M: Of course. So that is why sometimes, after [a significant] event, partnerships are less cohesive and in the end separate or become more cohesive, more thoughtful of one another, rebinding, re-energising and beginning to truly share a unit as such. Such a unit then, identifies itself often at a greater impressional than the individuals that make it up.

A: Ah! The sum is greater than the two parts.

M: And importantly, when the physical body of a new generation comes out of that structure, it will be quite harmonious and often very beautiful. Some children, some babies are more beautiful than others simply because they have [been] nurtured and matured in an envelope that is impressed with love.

A: Yes, I know of one of those right now I am thinking of. 

M: [A] baby, then, [which] has a certain element and such, in the present then, are [from] the new species.

A: Yes, indeed. Well that’s what I was wondering. Out of all the new ones that are coming about, there are those that are the beautiful ones, of which I see a lot more of now, and then there are some that have come out of disharmony. Will they just not last? Will they all choose to disembody?

M: Not entirely. It depends on the nature of the problem and the nature of the soul and its purpose in taking over the body. In [another] recent discussion we [made] comment and reference to those people that are often seen as what you call “intellectually handicapped”.

Impression of selfThe point of it is, the intellectual field, the overlay of intellect, is being put to one side in order to truly experience the nature of feeling — especially the ability to love. So somebody who wants to really explore love and acceptance can choose to come in with a repressed intellect. In doing so they can experience both the concept of lack of acceptance and their ability to love through it. Indeed, in such a life, [they] often take a great spiritual leap forward. They are learning something that so often the intellect uses to create impressions on the identity.

A: Yes, yes, that makes perfect sense, and the idea that we only give love providing we get something back in return. It’s a totally different experience from that.

M: Exactly. So these ones often come in the next lifetime as great leaders, great spiritual guides.

A: I see.

M: So they have no need for huge intellects or huge personalities and ego because they have been through that system. It is important to recognise that and to realise that one might even be in the presence of a great soul. Because often they are, at a different level, quite amused by the lack of acceptance, by the reality that others around them find them quite difficult. So it is quite a humour. Not always, of course, because there are those who find it quite difficult to be so excluded.

A: Yes. So does that include the Autistic children that are coming in at the moment too?

M: Some of those ones are more advanced and often are seeing more fields, more dimensions…

A: Multi-dimensions, yes.

M:… than the rest of humanity. So it is a very confusing way of Being until they begin to make sense of the patterns. These people are mostly oriented toward patterns, whether they are rhythms or whether they are visual components.

A: OK. (pause)


M: As you can see from our conversation so far, there is a lot to be made and to understand from the concept of such impressions. Everything that you see about yourself is only the accumulation of all the varying impressions of self.

A: Yes, I feel there have been big changes there [for me], even just over the last couple of weeks.

M: So when you begin to experience a single impression and you begin to acknowledge first of all, its purpose, because you do not apply impressions for no purpose. Some people take on the impression of anger and the purpose of such anger and such displays of anger is to defend oneself against being attacked.


M: You understand. Even that comes in with soul memory. That is, when one begins to embody with the resonances of significant… periods of time… You understand, difficult to talk [about] because all things occur at the same time.

A: I understand. So we can’t call them “past” lives. They’re just other scenarios. Just other chapters in the book.

M: That is correct. And such impressions then come in in order to make sense and to take protective steps. 

A: Mm. So are there resonances between me and [other people] that have come from other “chapters” in our books?

M: (pause) [That] depends upon the degrees of separation [to be] close enough for it to have a significant importance.


Of course any person that does not change their behaviours from experience is doomed to repeat over and over again. So there is that, of course.


M: So Karma is not just some life memory. It affects the way one operates in the physical environment; and how one operates affects the results and the repercussions.


M: You understand, one has the idea that one can forgive another but you can only forgive yourself for [whatever] things that you [did].

A: Yes, indeed. I see.

M: You understand?

A: Yes.

M: Because if you do that and you promise that you will cease, that you will desist from it in all other times, with all other beings and in all other lifetimes; that one has learned that it is not of any use.

A: And if I do that now, then, the lifetimes,  do they change?

M: Of course.

A: Right.

Parallel Universe Options

M: Because when one truly accepts that one’s word, in various lifetimes, alternatives exist alongside. Every alternative is a one that is not being focussed upon. […..] Forgiveness in your lifetime now will not be enough but, forgiveness in that lifetime because you have forgiven yourself for what you [did]. [……] Then, with almost the flick of a switch, a different [experience] can emerge right in the present.


M: You understand it is an impression that you are putting on yourself. There are conflicting impressions. The impression, I am innocent. I am the victim of [someone else’s] personality. Of [their] behaviour. You understand?

A: Yeah but I understand what you are saying about the resonating lives where I was the one that did the…

M: You understand the impressions in the present. Then one takes them off and realises that you are creator of your own Universe…

A: Mm I know that.

M: … in total. So what is to be forgiven for?

A: No! Me! Me! Not anyone else.

M: You understand, who has created the reality? “I did of course”. So then one can forgive self for creating the situation, for creating it all. Because when one takes on the responsibility and is accountable and is transparent about it, realises and forgives self and takes the vow of honesty, then there is nothing to be carried.

A: Yes, but that is what I am saying. Can you help me find a way to forgive myself?

M: Of course. What is there to forgive? You understand what I mean?

A: No.

M: When you understand you created it all, what is there left for you to forgive? Because when you look at this particular [experience] you are still holding on to things that you think have been done to you. Do you follow?

A: Uh, ok. I must be pretending that I’m thinking otherwise. I realise that I’ve created this and that it was simply reflecting back on me my own thoughts.

M: Of course. That is the point.

A: So I don’t know what I’m holding on to then.

M: Once you are free, then the present can change.


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