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Paul Selig - Channeler

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I recently came across  a man named Paul Selig who is a clairvoyant and channeler. He has a few books out that he has channeled with his spirit guides and usually I'm very skeptical about these claims but the information that they provide have helped me understand my experiences in a completely new way. The newest book he has released https://www.amazon.com/Book-Truth-Mastery-Trilogy-II/dp/B071JVPSKJ/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8  was quite challenging in some parts and have shattered some of my old paradigms. Around the 7:04:00 mark in the audiobook version they talk about ancient high level civilizations that were destroyed by a cataclysm due to their misuse of power, this almost lines up with Leo's recent blog post with what Randall Carlson and Gramham Hancock talk about. A lot of this book talks about the non dual nature of reality and how to realign yourself with your true self, if you approach this with an open mind there are a lot of great teachings in there.

http://www.duncantrussell.com/episodes/2017/8/24/paul-selig
This is another great interview, it starts at 46:00

 

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I also would like to know what peoplethink about Paul Selig, two of my close friends recommend me his books and I listened to a Podcast with him and was having full body goosebumps all the time, haven't found any posts about it here.


"There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." Shakespeare

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@MsNobody Not sure what  to make of him yet.

 

How do you know if someone is really channeling or not?

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@herghly well, I don’t but I felt something when I listened to his voice while he was channeling, I just bough his first book, I’ll come back to give my opinion on it. 

Here is the Podcast, let me know what you think

 

 


"There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." Shakespeare

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