A winner of the 2014 Nautilus Award, which represents "Better Books for a Better World" - the Silver Award in the category of Religion /Spirituality: Other Traditions.
In his third channeled text, Paul Selig, acclaimed author of I Am the Word and The Book of Love and Creation brings us his most practical message yet. Informing us that "you decide what you are worth". Selig's spiritual guides take listeners through a program to understand our own inherent worth and beat the fears that drain our inborn spiritual knowing. Selig reveals that true understanding of our life's purpose can be found through "service" - the practice of the thing that you most love. Listeners can discover their own form of service through this powerful mantra: "I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve."
©2013 Paul Selig (P)2014 Gildan Media LLC
There is nothing more important than to be brought to knowing who you are and your inherent worth in spite of your life's circumstances have been. I have listened to all 3 books and go back to sections on a regular basis. Thank you Paul for allowing this important work to come into being. It has shifted my life in such a way that I know effortless joy is now possible.
Paul has a beautiful radio voice. His interaction with his guides adds to the message he channels. As part of the I am the Word series, this book offers practices that will be life changing if practiced.
These books channeled by Paul Selig from The Guides through the veil. are excellent for those seeking spiritual enlightenment and to raise their vibration to those felt through the Bob Marley song, Positive Vibration . I know who I am. I know what I am and I know how I serve!
Definitely not for the easily distracted, but well worth the effort. You will most definitely be changed for good.
I love all of the books! Paul Selig has a beautiful voice. I find that the books are perfect to listen to as I have seen him in person and he first speaks the channeling in a low voice then her repeats it again in his own voice. But in the books you just hear Paul read and it's much easier to listen too and concentrate on the text.
I would love to find workbooks to accompany this text. There are too many exercises within, to not have an extra boost in absorbing the material
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