And with that Imzaia, who dares to ask the first question? Come on, move it, move it! There is room here!
Come sit next to auntie Kuthumi – or would you prefer uncle Kuthumi?
Akeyasan 1: Uncle.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: So, no booby but beard, right? Okay, we listen. You have beautiful eyes, you know!
Akeyasan 1: Ah, thank you. You too!
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Thank you!
Akeyasan 1: I have tried that once, to totally let go, and the reaction of society is not always perfect to that. So, what is the formula if we really let go and are ourselves, more in joy? How can we live that without people really thinking we are nuts?
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Well, sweet, sweet child.
Akeyasan 1: Too serious, eh?
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Your question itself has a paradox in it. You are asking for the formula of fun. Something that is undefinable cannot be put in a formula; it cannot be put in a method. It can only be put into an experience. If you have problem with society and the way they look at you when you act like yourself, then it is your problem. It is not problem of society. You shouldn’t really care what others think, just as long as you are having fun.
Akeyasan 1: Okay, thank you.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Ah, this question hasn’t been completely answered yet because I still see doubt in your heart.
Akeyasan 1: Well, answer me then.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: What do you have a problem with? How can you interact with society and still be this way? Because you feel you need to interact with society because you do need job and everything. Well, why don’t you create a job, much like this man has done?
Akeyasan 1: Like an entertainer?
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Why not? I have always been entertainer, and I have been very entertained as well, but I have always been the entertainer, and it has always brought me wherever I needed to go. And it has always put food on my table and it has always put me… warmth in my heart and it has always given me a bed. It has always given me everything I needed. And yes, there have been some difficult times. There have been some times when I thought, I wouldn’t make it. And there have been some times when it seemed like indeed there would be less food for me in the coming days. And always, because my love was guiding me, I found the way to the place where I needed to be, where I could mean something for someone else, and that other person could mean something for my stomach.
So, darling, don’t think that much. If you want to follow your heart, follow your heart. Don’t think about anyone you are leaving behind, for they are all part of you, all of them. Do you understand? And if you do this, you will see that life will be divine. Really! There won’t be any more questions. The day I went insane, was the day I stopped asking questions. And what is the difference between ‘in-joy’ and ‘in-sane’? You go into your sanity when you go insane. It is society that thinks that you are crazy.
Having problems with this, have we not?
Akeyasan 1: Mhm, because of history.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Yes! I know history. But again, remember, you are okay.
Akeyasan 1: It’s also finding form. It’s just experimenting, I guess.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: That is right, that is right. It is all an experiment, but do not try to find form.
Akeyasan 1: Mhm, yes, that’s right.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Form is an illusion, and new energy cannot be defined. I know my friends like to talk complex talk, but in that respect, they are very, very right.
Akeyasan 1: Thank you.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Okay, thank you, darling.
Akeyasan 1: Can I have a hug?
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: You can have all my hugs in the world. Thank you.
Hello. I’m going to give you a hug in advance because I know it’s going to be a very, very difficult time for me, answering your question. Just kidding! Sit down, my dear. Would you like a cup of coffee, something to drink, something to eat? Someone to wash your feet?
Akeyasan 2: Yes.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Anyone? – We are listening.
Akeyasan 2: My first question is about my little sister. I think she’s struggling with something, but I… I think it’s because I let her go too soon, but I don’t understand how I can be there for her.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Well, it is very simple. Everything is always very simple. It is not something that has to do with her; it has to do with the world she is in right now. It is very difficult world, the entertainment industry. She is singer?
Akeyasan 2: Yes.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Well, it is a very, very difficult world, the entertainment industry. And she is trying to be what others are telling her to be. And this will continue on for some years, but do not worry. Like the potentials are showing right now, her success will continue. And as her success will continue, she will find her own way. She will find that she can be whomever she wants to be. If you want to help her, if you want to give her any sort of advice, then tell her that she is the artist. She is the one that should be pushing the buttons. She is the one that should be making the choices. Not Mr. and Mrs. Manager.
Akeyasan 2: Yes. That I told her since the first time.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Indeed, indeed. And she has not yet listened because she wanted this too much, you see. So, she has sacrificed part of herself. She has entered, like the others have told you today, she has entered into identity, the identity as an artist, and she now can only use half of her energy. And so, she can never be fully complete. But she will find this in time. It is very nice that you concern yourself with her this much.
Akeyasan 2: I consider her as my baby.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Yes, you do.
Akeyasan 2: And my next question is: Why … I don’t seem to convince my partner to have children. Although I think he is the right partner.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Well, of course, no one is ever the right of the wrong partner.
Akeyasan 2: For the moment.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: For the moment, this is right. Well, the children that are supposed to come in through you, and your sister was one of these children that was supposed to come in through you, but has actually turned out to be your sister, but there are others that are supposed to come in. The only problem is, the only thing that matters right now, is your DNA. Not the DNA of your husband. So, in fact, the children need to come in through you and need to carry your DNA, for your family is, in fact, you could say, energetically speaking, very matriarchal in origin. And as such, it is the women in the family that continue the energy line. And so, in your family, you are the one that will continue the line for yours.
Akeyasan 2: So, I still have hope?
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: You still have hope for children, yes. And your partner? Well, the only problem he is having right now, is that he is having a difficult time adapting to this new energy that has come, this undefinable energy that has come. And he is looking for meaning and meaning… trying to express himself in many, many ways and he cannot. And that is very annoying. And you have a choice. Either you stick it or either you kick it. Either you stick with it and you know that it will change because it will change, but if you don’t like it now and if you want to choose again, dare to choose again. It will never compromise your future. The question is: do you love him?
Akeyasan 2: Yes.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: There you go. That’s all you need to know.
Akeyasan 2: Yes, because he’s trying to understand. And I was surprised yesterday because he seems to understand. There was some part of him that seems to understand what’s going on. But there is still his philosophical side that continues to emerge.
Da Ejakasan’da Kuthumi San: Yes, this is right, this is right. And he will always have this part of him. But don’t forget that these who are now the philosophers, and he is a philosopher in his brain, in fact, those will find their heart as well and those will continue who they are right now in their hearts. So, if you really want my advice, darling, just stick with him for a while – for a while – and see what time will bring and just try to be happy together.