Kuthumi’s story of his connection with Ah-Kir-Rah during his darkest hour
Recorded at the Kryon Summer Conference • Sedona, Arizona • June 12, 2011
As a young student at Cambridge University in the mid 1800’s, Kuthumi lal Singh experienced a mental and physical breakdown. He was confined for nearly two years. In the midst of this nightmarish experience, feeling as though he was completely lost and abandoned, Kuthumi had a profound encounter with his Soul Self, Ah-Kir-Rah.
After 714 days Kuthumi reappeared, healthy and transformed. He spent the rest of his life traveling, teaching, singing and dancing.
In this touching story delivered at the Kryon Summer Conference in Sedona, Arizona, Kuthumi recounts the events leading up to his mental breakdown and the subsequent time of tragic darkness and despair. Finally, in his darkest hour Kuthumi meets his Soul-Self, known as Ah-Kir-Rah. The conversation between Kuthumi and Ah-Kir-Rah offers a fascinating insight into the relationship between the human aspect and the soul. Here’s an excerpt of their discussion:
Ah-Kir-Rah, am I dead?” Ah-Kir-Rah smiled and said, “No. You are finally alive.”
“What becomes of my body?” Ah-Kir-Rah said, “Your body will rejuvenate, and whether it stays in physical form or simply goes into the vapors, it doesn’t matter. The body is temporary. You are eternal.”
“What of my mind, what of my studies, what of my ambitions and goals?” Ah-Kir-Rah said, “You will never go back.”
Kuthumi lal Singh is an occasional guest at Crimson Circle gatherings. He is well known in metaphysical circles for his lifetime as Kuthumi in the 1800’s, and in previous incarnations as Thutmose III, Pythagoras, Balthazar and St. Francis of Assisi. • Listen to a sample of this beautiful channel from Kuthumi - click here
Format: Digital download (MP3) with text transcript
Channeled by Geoffrey Hoppe, assisted by Linda Benyo Note: Music tracks used (in order of appearance):
Oh-Be-Ahn - by Anders Holte
Ancient Mystery - by Alex Khaskin (premiumbeat.com)
Finding Hope - by Dan Phillipson (premiumbeat.com)
Morning Wanderer - by Olive Musique (premiumbeat.com)