THE ZETAS MAKE SOME SURPRISING DISCOVERIES ABOUT THE DEPTH OF HUMAN INTERACTION. ZETAS FIND HUMANS TO HAVE MANY MORE ADAPTIVE FACETS THAN THEY INITIALLY THOUGHT.
Visit our webpage at www.aliensanswer.com. Meet the beings from Zeta Reticuli I in the Constellation Reticulum. Contact has been made. Many interviews have been held with them. THESE EXCHANGES ARE NON-FICTION. Exchanges occur between Hypnotherapist Mary Barr and Zetas (Han, Zestra, and Gen) by using a deeply-induced client, Steve Reichmuth, as the telepathic conduit. Full transcripts of these many sessions are recorded verbatim in two books: Aliens Answer andAliens Answer II.
Therapist: Steve is inducted using visual images of floating down a stream in a canoe. Han, you are most cordially invited. Are you available? (Long pause.)
Han, the Zeta: Hello. This is Han.
Therapist: Thank you for coming to visit with us.
Han: It is a pleasure. Steve’s mind needs to be relaxed.
Therapist: Would you help him adjust the sound of his microphone?
Han: Okay. Does that sound better?
Therapist: Yes. Thank you for helping Steve. We had a very unusual service today at a church that I sometimes attend. When I use the term ‘stuffed animal’ what comes to your mind?
Han: These are representative dolls, which you use sometimes for companionship.
Therapist: You could say that. Earth children are given imitation animals made to look like a dog, or cat, or bunny or whatever. Yes. They do provide companionship, but there is actually more going on in this relationship. People were asked to bring their favorite stuffed animal to church. These are adults. Normally adults do not keep these stuffed animals, and yet they brought them. There was a ceremony of blessing the stuffed animals with water, done humorously, but also done very lovingly.
The person giving the blessing is actually a therapist who uses stuffed animals and dolls to help people project their fears and desires into an inanimate object. It is a way of finding out what is going on, but it is also a way for human beings to get rid of fears. Also, human children are separated from their parents when they sleep, and it is difficult for them, so the stuffed animal is the substitute parent.
The dolls perform a special role. They act as a substitute. They act as a conduit with which to express emotions. They act as a doorway into the soul of the concerned, serving as an emotional security blanket. It serves many things. It is a way for transference of emotions. Sometimes it stands in for the child. The child will ‘lecture’ the stuffed animal as though the child is taking on the parental role. There is a role reversal.
Han: It serves a constructive purpose in human emotional development. There is more going on than is often seen on the surface.
Therapist: It is also a dry run for the child in developing relationships. They can practice.
Han: A toy simulator.
Therapist: I just wanted to share that with you. It is just kind of quizzical on the surface, but it has a true function.
Han: The service that you attended today illustrated many subtleties going on under the surface, showing a more meaningful purpose. That is one of the fascinating things that we find about your species.
Therapist: It allows you to see one of the ways we adapt and fulfill our needs without telepathy. The needs don’t go away. They have to be met, but it is just interesting to see the different forms that it takes until we do become telepathic.
Han: Ironically, it conceals a beguiling intent to distract attention to learn the truth. Such is what happens with a non-telepathic species. Since we can see through this, it is what makes your species interesting. It is the acting roles you unconsciously perform day-to-day in interaction between your species.
Therapist: When we feel a certain type of emotion, the after effect is such that we feel like we have ‘won’ or that we have accomplished what we needed to accomplish. It is a kind of satisfaction that comes from evoking certain emotions.
Han: You must convince both yourselves as well as others of your species. We, as sentient beings, share more and more with each other each day. The many things we have discussed in our sessions I find profound. Humans have earned more of my respect. There is more to you than even you can comprehend in yourselves.
Therapist: Do you think that would come from our souls? It is not that our bodies or minds are so great or so complicated, but there is a living energy that animates us.
Han: This energy. Yes. We acknowledge it.
Therapist: We all have that kind of soul that brings its questions and experiences, a soul wanting us to experience as much as possible and to appreciate it. As such, I find life to be sweet beyond measure.
Mary Barr, CCHT-RT, CBT, CLC