The content of this interview might be very difficult for some to understand or accept; we prefer to give you a fair warning. Part of what Psychic Punx is about is opening our hearts to spirits who have committed crimes or who have chosen a path of violence, and we do that because we are curious souls who seek to understand the spiritual purpose of all things. If God is in all things, then God is also in all forms of darkness, but we all have free will to choose fear over love. We believe that every spirit has a right to seek forgiveness and heal, whether they are Myra Hindley or Al Capone, and we want to hear them explain to us why they did the things they did. Myra Hindley is still to this day considered to be one of the “most hated women in England.” In the 1960s, Myra and her fiance Ian Brady did the unthinkable. They sexually assaulted, killed and buried five children – the case is known as the Moors Murders. Both Ian and Myra were sent to prison for life, and Myra died while incarcerated. We did not seek out Myra – she appeared to Mimi and requested an interview about 3 months ago. We knew this was a delicate interview to do, and thought long and hard about how people would react to it, and whether or not we should go ahead with it. After meditating on the question, we realized we could not do a site like Psychic Punx without offering a fair opportunity to spirits like Myra who seek forgiveness. Our purpose is to show there is light in all things, and that is our only motivation for doing interviews such as this one. We are not commending or excusing what she did, nor are we glorifying her. If you are interested in hearing her out, please open your heart and mind, and read on. This was certainly not an easy interview for us to do, and we were speechless throughout most of it. We learned a lot about forgiveness, the healing process after we pass, what happens when a spirit chooses to come back to earth without having gone through a complete healing process, and the importance of loving yourself. You can also watch this interview on video format via our YouTube Channel.
William: So let’s just start with the question that probably everyone would ask: why did she…what did she come here to accomplish first? What were her goals in this life?
Myra Hindley: To show another side of hatred. Hatred for self.
William: Yeah. Well some of the questions might be tough, but I’m sure some people wanna know some answers.
Mimi: She’s making me feel also that she wanted to show a feminine side of that. It’s like taking self-loathing and self-hatred to an extreme for a woman and putting that in our faces.
William: Now was she only able to accomplish that by doing that to children? What was the plan there?
Myra Hindley: Yes, because it’s the most revolting thing ever. People do not expect that from a woman.
William: Wow. So…before she incarnated as Myra, why did she feel the need to learn or teach that lesson?
Myra Hindley: Because I thought I could do it again and free myself from that, and I fell back into it.
Mimi: So it sounds like she’s…it’s a pattern. She’s telling me about a victim pattern and…she’s not victimizing herself, but it’s a victim pattern that she’s talking about. [to Myra] Can you…?
Myra Hindley: I wanted to feel what it was like to have an illusion of power.
Mimi: …because she felt extremely powerless. And it feels like it’s recurring, there are a few other lifetimes where she had a victim role or an abuser role, and it’s the lack of healing [in between lives] that makes you want to come back to earth, she says, make it better, and then you fall back into that trap again.
Mimi: Yeah, wow. This is gonna be deep. [Laughs]
William: We’ll get to the regular questions afterwards. Um…what was her relationship with…
Mimi: She wants to thank us, she says “thank you.” She says “it’s not easy for you guys.” She knows.
William: Yeah, it’s difficult to come up with questions. You wanna just grab the spirit and say “why did you have to do this?” you know?
Mimi: It feels like she’s hugging you.
William: My face is so hot! [Laughs]
Mimi: She’s hugging you right now. I’m gonna ask her to stop. She’s hugging you as a thank you.
William: I’m ok with it, but…
Mimi: Yeah, ok. All right. [Laughs]
William: I’m more making sure I wanna get the right questions out. What kind of influence did this Ian Brady have on her?
Mimi: Oh, he was extremely important.
William: How so? How did he fit into this whole life lesson?
Mimi: She’s bringing it [back] to the self-loathing that she had for herself. She wasn’t pretty, and there was someone who was very charming with her… VERY charming, she said…and she was kind of enthralled in that energy, and she would do anything for his approval. And it came to a point where the idea, the thought of sexually mistreating other people and killing them…she’s talking about mental issues…it didn’t occur to her…Having someone else love her, having that person’s approval, was more important to her. It made her feel powerful.
William: Wow. I’m probably not gonna have a lot to say after her answers other than “wow.”
Mimi: Yeah…I’m also in the same…“wow”…[laughs]…speechless.
William: Does she wanna talk about, specifically, the murders…? From what I’ve read, um…the bodies were hidden afterwards? Are they ever all gonna be found? Is there one still missing, out there? Does she want to comment on…geez I don’t know. It’s a tough one. I’m trying to formulate questions but they’re not coming.
Mimi: She says they are going to be found. There’s a lot of pain involved in that, so…it feels like it’s gonna be soon, like maybe next year. I’m just seeing…she’s showing me, like it’s close to a river or water, but it’s like a wall, it’s like…not a dock but a…you know like in Atlantic City? A boardwalk. And there’s a short wall that maybe comes up to your thighs, that’s made of bricks…that’s what I’m seeing. And there’s a river next to that. Did she just tell us where they were buried? I don’t know.
William: Maybe they’ll find him. I believe there’s one still missing, if I read that correctly.
William: Ok, so, they’re gonna find him!
Mimi: Yes. She’s actually working with…it’s like she’s whispering in the ears of detectives, telling them where to look. She wants the bodies to be found. She wants this to be over with.
William: So that’s a good segway: are these lessons over, or is this pattern gonna continue? Does she have a choice in the matter at this point?
Mimi: That’s why she’s here. She’s doing the best that she can for people to move on, especially those who were affected by this, and she is seeking forgiveness. She knows it’s most likely not going to happen, but the more people get to hear on a spiritual and soul level why some spirits come here and do these things – her specifically – she’s hoping to get a little bit more compassion so that she may heal. Because it comes back to what she said earlier: spirits who choose to come and kill, you know…children or do despicable things, um…when you don’t forgive something like that, the spirit in question can’t heal because she keeps getting the negative thoughts that people send her, she receives that. And so she wants to come back…she’s been…at least three times she’s come back to earth and tried to either not be a victim or an abuser, but it’s a pattern that keeps repeating.
William: Yeah, that’s what I was asking. So since that life, she’s come back to try to…?
Mimi: And she wants to come back, that’s the thing. She wants to come back again, she’s seeking our help. It’s not our responsibility, of course not, but she’s doing what she can. Did that answer your question? What was your question?
William: That actually was the question. The gist of the question was, “is she gonna fill that same role?” So when she came back after Myra, incarnated if you will, it sounds like she fell back into that same routine.
Mimi: Myra was that routine. She’s not back yet, at least I’m not getting that, but she wants to.
William: Interesting. Very interesting!
Mimi: She wants to come back and work with children and be like a social worker…just to make amends. Like a karmic thing.
William: So did she have some kind of life review? How did that go?
Mimi: Yes. She felt deep sadness throughout all of it…she’s weeping. She actually stayed as an earthbound [i.e. a ghost] for a while, she was very scared, I’m getting that. She is surrounded with spirits and angels…and I’m getting that too, that there’s a lot of love with her here tonight, helping her heal…so that she can come back and work with children. She needs to heal…and she keeps saying that she can’t really heal without our help. And she’s not saying that to make us feel guilty, there’s no guilt in that, she says, she just wants people to know that the thoughts that we send…forgiveness heals, basically. She wants us to forgive her. [Pause] She says “ask me about mental health issues.”
William [mechanically]: So, what do you think about mental health issues? [Laughs]
Mimi [Laughs]: Yeah, she mentioned it…there’s a lot of that. Ok, what about mental health issues?
Myra Hindley: Every crime that is ever committed is based in a lack of self-love. And if you push that to an extreme, that’s when it becomes a mental issue, a mental disease. You can be born with a mental disease because that’s part of the challenges you’ve chosen for yourself, or a mental disease can develop.
Mimi: She’s implying that was her case: the lack of self-love. Finding love in someone else and being so dependent on that, that it defines you and…like he could’ve said, “why don’t we go and rape…” Well, that IS what he said! “Why don’t we go and rape little children and kill them” and she’s like “ok, if that’s what it takes for you to love me, yes.” No empathy, because there’s no empathy towards herself. Heart completely closed, she says. And when your heart is closed, when you have no empathy, when you have no love for yourself, and you can’t feel these things for others, that is when a mental issue comes up. And that’s what she had.
William: Um…it might be hard to describe in one word, but normally we ask what’s their personality like?
Myra Hindley: Dreadful.
William: Dreadful by design, I guess, huh?
Mimi: So you can tell that she’s not healed, just cause she used that word. She was “dreadful.”
William: So right now…how does she feel right now? I mean, she’s surrounded by love but can she feel that?
Mimi: Oh yes. She’s bathing in it, yes.
William: So does she have more healing to do?
Mimi: Yes, because she’s still receiving a lot…she’s the most hated woman, she says…one of the most hated women in the world. But that again is in your face, because…and she says [that] when she says that, it’s not a feminist thing, but she was also representing a woman being evil. People never expect women to do what she did. So she basically chose a life where she knew she would not be forgiven because she was a woman…it made it harder…it made it harder for people to forgive her because she was a woman, she says.
William: Yeah, wow. What was the greatest challenge involved in this for her?
Mimi: Well she already said that: finding love for herself and others. I’m gonna try to get her to give me more cause she already mentioned that. [Pause] No, she’s sticking with it because she said it made her numb. Numb feelings – no empathy at all. Sociopath.
William: So, given that, what would have been the greatest strength? What was the goal…what were you trying to do? What was your greatest quality? Or even, was there one?
Mimi: Yeah she’s still…she’s not healed because she’s finding it difficult to find one.
Myra Hindley: I don’t think I had a quality.
William: I bet she does.
Mimi: Yeah, but she’s answering us as Myra Hindley, and she’s just not happy or proud.
Myra Hindley: I guess I had pretty hair.
William: [Laughs] All right then.
Mimi: [Laughs] All right. Laughter is the best medicine! Sure.
William: Yeah, that’ll work for now, sure.
Mimi: You keep asking what was the purpose of what she did? Is that one of your questions?
William: Yeah, it’s just hard for me to wrap my head around, and I think that’s just because I’m certainly not here for that kind of lesson, so it’s hard for me to resonate with that.
Mimi: She says the purpose was for her own benefit. She says all of our lives are for our own benefit most of the time. There are very few people who come here to be – except maybe babies who die early for example – there are very few souls who come here just for our benefit. So, that’s the first thing. So for her own benefit, it was for her to learn to break cycles, patterns of abuse from past lives and she says from her own childhood, in that life as Myra Hindley. And she was not able to do that. As far as a purpose on a spiritual level, why did she come here to do those things…to help you see the face of evil. The face of evil…I don’t like that she’s using that word but I’ll let her speak in her own terms.
Myra Hindley: Evil has many faces. It can be the girl next door with blonde hair.
William: Gotcha. So she mentioned her rough childhood there…what was the childhood like?
Myra Hindley: Despicable.
Mimi: She’s just a little girl, she’s crying and someone is yelling at her, her dad. No fatherly love. No love from [her] parents, at least that’s how she’s feeling it. She’s alone, she’s crying. And abuse, sexual abuse.
William: Gotcha. So what were her thoughts on spirituality while here?
Mimi: She’s laughing. She’s like, “what’s that?”
Myra Hindley: I had no empathy, did you think I’d have time for that? Or had an opinion?
William: I assumed that’s how it would be while [she was] here.
Mimi: She says she hated herself so much, even if there was a God, how could she have been worthy of anything, and worthy of love if she couldn’t even love herself. She didn’t feel worthy of love.
William: And how did that change when she transitioned? Cause she seems to be surrounded by it now?
Mimi: Yeah, that’s part of her lesson, is that she can feel and see that, so that she will be prepared for her next life. Her next life feels important. Not that lives are more important than others, but it feels important for her to go out and do it, and they’re preparing her for it. She says she just saw the beauty in life…and…she’s kind of shy, like I just want to bend my head and just not look at you right now for some reason! [Laughs] And…I’m rubbing my palm on my thigh…it’s like she’s embarrassed to say these things.
Myra Hindley [cringing]: I saw the beauty in myself.
Mimi [cringing]: Uuuugh! She’s not…no healing there! She can’t say that! She has issues with saying that, because she’s very embarrassed about her life as Myra Hindley, and just saying “there’s beauty in that” took a lot of effort from her.
William: Hey, baby steps. Doing good.
Mimi: She’s crying. She’s emotional now. [Takes deep breath] Phew!
William: [Laughs] Well, she wanted this, so…!
Mimi: Oh, absolutely, yes! Yes. It’s ok Myra. It’s ok.
William: She’ll be fine.
Mimi: Ask her what her proudest moment was, then. Why don’t we raise that energy a little bit?
William: We’re gonna get there. So, let’s ask the same question twice: as Myra…Is it [pronounced] “Meera” or Myra?
Mimi: I’m feeling Myra…but she says “Meera.”
William: So, as Myra, the entity that is, what was her proudest moment? And then, is there another life or another feeling? Give me two different proud moments. One as Myra and one as whoever.
Mimi: Ok, the first is Myra. Um…she made something for someone when she was a child and she’s really proud of it. It’s fuzzy and I can’t see what it is…it’s like a cake…? She did something at school and was first in class, for one time. And she’s not telling me what it is, but it’s something she created, definitely. Like an artwork, a drawing…she’s young, a child. Proudest achievement yeah…it’s related to school.
William: So let’s give her all-encompassing soul a break here. What was the greatest thing she’s ever accomplished?
Mimi: As a soul, ok. She’s being very deep.
Myra Hindley: The proudest thing I’ve ever accomplished is the same as anyone, and that’s love.
Mimi: I don’t know if she wants to expand on that, but…
Myra Hindley: We all create love, we’re all capable of creating love, and not enough people are proud of that. That’s what connects us all.
Mimi: And she’s bringing that up because she chose a life as Myra where she was not able to feel that at all. I get that. So she reminds herself of these things.
William: Good, good, good. [Pause]
Mimi: Yup. [Laughs]
William: I know, I don’t know how to follow these questions.
Mimi: It’s ok, the energy is very…it’s calm, I like it. It’s not awkward, it’s just…respectful.
William: Ok, so as Myra, what was your…
Myra Hindley: Meera, dear.
William: Meera. I’m gonna say it like it’s a “mirrah.” So out of everything, what was the least proud thing, when you look back at this life as Myra?
Mimi: It’s about a decision.
Myra Hindley: Having made the decision to go ahead.
Mimi: She was in another state, she says, like outside of her body. But it was a conscious decision that was based in a need for love. So it was going ahead with that decision.
Myra Hindley: Obviously, you will not find me very proud of that. How can I ask for forgiveness if I were to tell you I was proud of that? I am not proud of that.
William: Tell us about an experience that shaped or had an influence on your spirit, either on earth or in the spirit world?
Myra Hindley: Coming to earth is never easy.
Mimi: That’s the issue for her, it seems, the contrasts of the earth and the…cause it feels like she has an addictive personality. She chooses difficult lives. But she’s also very sensitive, so she makes decisions in her lives on earth that are not good, because she hurts a lot. She has a lot of issues with coming to earth. I don’t know why she’s saying these things cause she wants to come back. I’m gonna ask her what she means…[Pause]
Myra Hindley: Coming to earth shapes our spirits, our souls, regardless of who we are, because the lessons are so profound and difficult that once we come back from that, we have to heal and it changes us. It changes our spirit.
Mimi: So she’s finding earth difficult, but she wants us to know it shapes who we are as spirits, coming here.
William: So what lives are easy, besides earth? Has she had any of those? Has she incarnated as something else?
Myra Hindley: Earth is the worst place! You need to be strong-willed and a strong soul to come here.
Mimi: And she is not those things, she says. It made her realize how she is not strong. Some souls come to earth to learn to be strong. She’s had alien lives, she says.
William: How do those work?
Myra Hindley: A lot smoother. Didn’t kill any babies there!
William: That’s a plus!
Mimi: Did you find that awkward…? That she just…kind of made a joke about that? [Laughs]
William: That’s why I said it was a “plus,” I didn’t know how to react to that. [Laughs]
Mimi: She says it wasn’t a joke, I made it sound ironic or sarcastic.
William: I got the sarcasm.
Mimi: Yes, but it wasn’t hers, so I apologize. It was important that we know that. But yes, she did not kill babies there, because that is not what you do there, there are certain places where you go where it’s not to learn the yin and yang contrasts, the good and bad, the evil, you know, all these things that are on earth. You just go…to communicate, she says, it’s about communication. It feels like she doesn’t want to get into that because she wants to focus on the forgiveness.
Myra Hindley: But if you must know, because I know it’s a curiosity for humans, I’ve been one, I know – there aren’t many places that are not based in pure unconditional love. Earth is just one of the few places…
Mimi: She’s implying there’s more than one.
Myra Hindley: …Earth is one of the few places where there’s a lot of negativity. So everyone who comes to Earth comes for a specific lesson to be learned.
Mimi: And she chose very difficult ones.
William: Hmm. So continuing with that, what lessons is she learning now in the afterlife?
Myra Hindley: That I am beautiful. There is so much beauty in forgiveness. So much beauty in forgiveness. Regardless of what I did or other people did. The love that comes with forgiveness…
Mimi: …and she has felt that because it feels to me that the children are with her, and that they forgave her, and they’re all working closely or they did at least, to work with the families. It was all about forgiveness. That was the main lesson that everyone involved in that wanted to learn. Because the emotions I’m getting from that is extreme love and beauty.
William: So what is she doing now? Does she have specific goals or missions? Besides what she wants to do or talked about?
Mimi: She works with women who don’t love themselves and feel they need to…oh…wow, ok! She’s working with women who are dependent or attracted to prisoners, criminals, who write to prisoners and feel that they somehow need to comfort them. It’s a maternal thing, she says, but it’s also a co-dependency thing, and it’s really, first and foremost a self-loathing issue. She tries to help them love themselves and bring them to see that they don’t need that. Sometimes women who like criminals, there’s going to be a contract between them, sometimes it’s what they both were meant to do, to seek each other out, but most of the time no, it’s just women who think they don’t deserve love or don’t deserve better.
Mimi: Was not expecting that!
William: So, does she manifest in the afterlife?
Myra Hindley: I am creating right now, as are you. I’m creating a greater awareness, as are you, of what it is to seek forgiveness, of what it is to consciously want to create a more positive energy around you, and more love around you. That is what I’m creating and what I’m asking you to do for me on my behalf, and I thank you. But it was my decision to come to you, as you’ve said, and the purpose of that was to create more love and to help people become aware that forgiveness heals and that there is no higher loving frequency than forgiveness.
William: Well, that was pretty eloquent.
William: It seems kinda funny asking this, but does she have any favorite memories?
Mimi: She’s happy that we do ask, because we treat her on an equal level.
Myra Hindley: Maybe I do have a happy memory, thank you for asking me!
Mimi: She’s in a pub…ugh…she’s in a pub with that dude…what’s his name?
William: Bradly, Ian Bradly. [Ian Brady]
Myra Hindley: It’s a favorite memory because he gave me love, and I needed it.
Mimi: And she’s kissing him, she’s showing me…ok…well, fair enough!
William: Does she plan on incarnating with him again?
Mimi: Aaah, she’s being very careful how she’s gonna answer that. I’m not feeling him here.
Myra Hindley: If I were to [fully] answer that, you wouldn’t understand. People reading or watching this interview wouldn’t understand. But yes.
William: Simple enough.
Mimi: Yep. She’s not gonna tell us the what or how.
William: So she’s close with him? On an energetic level?
Mimi: Yes. And the children. It’s kind of fucked up in that way, in our human terms, but yes.
William: No, I think that makes sense. If you’re gonna do something like this, and plan it, then it has to be with people who will go along with the plan, right?
Mimi: Yeah, exactly.
William: I get that. All right, so, does she have any other messages?
Mimi: Yeah, she was waiting for it, that’s her favorite question. It might be really deep, but I think she’s going to ask for forgiveness.
Myra Hindley: Love yourselves.
Mimi: That was her main purpose, was to show to what extreme self-hatred can take you. Women, also. If you are dependent on someone else to love you…obviously she’s not saying that women who don’t love themselves are gonna end up killing children, that’s not…don’t take it like that – but she was there to show us what [can happen] when you take that to an extreme. She was here to show an extreme side of what happens when you’re a woman, [and] you don’t love yourself, you fall for someone – anyone who will give you attention – and you will do whatever this person will tell you to do. Why? Just because you need to be loved and kissed. And all of a sudden I’m feeling someone touching me here [back of head]. That’s an extreme. So she was here to show that to us, to be that example.
Myra Hindley: Please find it in your heart to forgive me, as hard as that is. I’ve learned my lessons now, I know why I’ve done these things, I understand.
Mimi: She hasn’t forgiven herself, though. It’s very hard for her to look at that life objectively, with detachment.
Myra Hindley: Whenever you think ill of me or when you are angry and upset at me, and you judge me, I die.
Mimi: Sounds dramatic.
William: It does.
Mimi: Oh, I get it.
Myra Hindley: I die all over again, and my healing process has to…I have to start over.
Mimi: She’s showing me how she tries to heal, she’s surrounded with love right now, with angels. They send her the healing and she feels great. Then she gets back in the news, or someone thinks ill of her and – it’s more than one person at a time, she still gets a lot of negative thoughts, I’m feeling – and it just sucks her back in, almost to her earthly life as Myra. And she feels it all over again: the self-loathing, the hatred of self, the hatred that other people project on to her. I’m trying to understand though…because she chose that life…did she explain it? Well, if I’m not understanding it, then maybe she didn’t. If she knew that that was gonna happen, then why did she choose that life?
William: She sounds surprised at the end result, there.
Myra Hindley: No, that’s your human brain translating that as “surprise.” I was certainly not surprised, I’m just explaining to you how it is. I can’t change it.
Mimi: She says it again has to do with consciously making a decision of coming to earth, knowing there will be pain, decisions, different paths.
Myra Hindley: You always choose your paths. There is no such thing as coming to earth with just one path to take. No one ever told me before I came here “You are going to go to Earth and kill children.” It was me, I made that decision. I could have taken any other path if I had chosen to not, for example, go with…
Mimi: …Ian, is that his name?
William: Ian Brady.
Myra Hindley: …If I had stood my ground and told him “no.” But I made the decisions I made because of various experiences I lived not only in this life, but in various other lives that were part of my DNA and that I hadn’t healed.
Mimi: This is an amazing interview, actually. I’m learning a lot.
William: What does she think about the “now”? Does she have an opinion on current day events? Is she watching?
Myra Hindley: We are all watching. I don’t feel your listeners will care to know what I think, but I will tell you anyway. Everything that I described to you – the self-loathing – that’s all based in fear. Any criminal act is based in a lack of self-love, and that is precisely what is going on. There are people reacting to fear, or God as an authority figure [and] who are trying to impose their own religion on other people, and that is all based in fear and a lack of understanding of what and who God is. In some ways it’s very similar to the life I led as Myra.
William: So how is she with God, right now? Does she hang out, and talk?
Myra Hindley: I am with God because I am with the Universe.
Mimi: She kind of goes from really deep spirit to…like she goes from “Higher self” to “Myra.” Sometimes she’ll respond as Myra.
Myra Hindley: This is my time to heal as Myra. It’s important that I heal.
Mimi: She says…ok, gotcha. She understands to what depth, to what level God was with her and within her, even as Myra, even as she was…Oh Jesus…[cringing] killing those children.
Myra Hindley: Yes, that’s hard for you to say and yes it’s hard to hear. But such is the purpose of what it is you are doing right now, and to teach about these things. Everything is God. The only difference is I had made the decision to not be open to it. To reject that notion. And thus, that is what made me make all those despicable, terrible decisions. If you know God is within you, you don’t go killing anyone. But even though I did, that does not take anything from my Godlike divinity, and that is what I see and understand now.
Mimi: She’s coming to terms, is what it feels like also, with this notion.
William [speechless]: Yeah well…there you go.
Mimi: This is going to either be…people are going to either be scandalized or compassionate. I guess it depends what level you are at in your understanding of things.
William: I just want to give her a hug. People are gonna be like “what the heck, Will?”
Mimi: No, she’s happy you said that, because that’s what she wants. She wants people to have compassion for her.
Myra Hindley: I’m just a soul, like anyone. I have made bad decisions that I regret. And I was here to show you what happens when you absolutely do not love yourself, the mental diseases that come with that.
Mimi: That’s interesting: she’s kind of also saying that she helped…psychology…like she served as an example for psychology students. Okay, I didn’t know that.
Myra Hindley: The female sociopath is a rare thing.
Mimi: So she stepped up to that, unknowingly, to fit that role. So there’s positive that comes from that because the more there are people like her who unfortunately come and do these things, the more we can understand the psyche of how that works, and the better we can treat it and prevent it.
William: She made the textbooks?
Mimi: She made the textbooks.
William: She’s a case?
Mimi: Oh yes, a famous case, she says.
Myra Hindley: But now is the time to let this go. Please let this go, please let me go, please forgive me.
Mimi: Yeah, she’s bending forward…she looks down a lot, like in shame. Okay, is there anything you’d like to tell us, Myra? She’s showing me she’s taking us both by the hand and saying “thank you.” She’s doing this [hand on heart gesture].
Myra Hindley: I want the world to know I will be back and I will work with children, [emotional] and I will help children who are victims of crimes.
Mimi: Sorry, she just got emotional there, and I just felt that.
Myra Hindley: Please help me heal so that I can come and do this important work.
William: All right then.
Mimi: Yeah, “all right then!” [Laughs] Phew! Thank you Myra. She’s asking those who do Reiki, who have the open heart and compassion to please…there are two things: she’s asking those who are willing and open to it to please send her healing. I just feel that the role she’s gonna have…and like I said, no life is more important, and she’s making sure I don’t understand it in that way, but it’s going to be important to her, she’s going to do important things, and it’s so important that she is healed. I’m feeling that’s why she’s surrounded by those angels. So she’s asking to please send her healing, to anyone watching or reading this, to please send her healing energy and love, so that she can be prepared. Let me ask her when is that set for…like in the 2020s.
William: That’s not that far away.
Mimi: No, it’s not. Hope she’ll be ready. So the point is… uuuugh…can you imagine if she’s not healed and working with children again?
William: I got an offer for her. If she wants to learn Reiki, come find me, cause I’ll still be here. I’ll teach her.
Myra Hindley: I’ll see what I can do. You might regret that.
Mimi: [laughs] That was a joke! She’s kind of funny.
William: I don’t think I’d regret it.
Mimi: No no, it was a joke. It’s just that as usual, my timing is terrible.
William: I got it.
Mimi: [Laughs] Ok. Thank you Myra, that was amazing.
William: Yeah, I kinda want to have her back later.
Mimi: We certainly can…see how she’s doing, just like Divine. We can certainly do that, I absolutely do not mind.
Myra Hindley: Thank you.
William: I had fun. As much fun as you can possibly have doing this kind of interview but…
Mimi: [Laughs]: I learned a lot. I knew I would. I knew it was gonna be deep.
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