As recently seen on ABC's Nightline, channeler Paul Selig presents the second work in his acclaimed Mastery Trilogy. The Book of Truth casts your relationships--and what they reveal about you--in a dramatic and radical new light.
The channeled literature of Paul Selig--who receives clairaudient dictation from unseen intellects called the Guides--has quickly become the most important and celebrated expression of channeling since A Course In Miracles rose to prominence in the 1970s.
Selig's previous trilogy of channeled wisdom--I Am the Word, The Book of Love and Creation, and The Book of Knowing and Worth--won a large following around the world for its depth, intimacy, and psychological insight. The first book of his new Mastery Trilogy, The Book of Mastery, likewise attained popularity and praise. Now, Selig continues the "Teachings of Mastery" with the widely anticipated second volume in his new series: The Book of Truth.
Selig (The Book of Mastery) an seasoned intuitive who claims to receive clairaudient messages from "the Guides" continues to share his passion in book two of his trilogy that builds on his goal to "teach the teachers" of humanity, leading the reader away from the self that is connected to fear and attachment to the physical world to become aligned with the higher vibrations of the divine self. Selig defines this as "the I Am' presence, if you wish, announcing itself in purview, I am here, I am here, I am here,' which is the claim of the Divine as you in full broadcast." He writes that everyone has the option to reach this higher plane of full realization of the divine, but this book is not for novices or those who are beginning a spiritual path. The ideas will be beneficial to his intended audience, but the author too frequently uses metaphors and aphorisms to illustrate his points, and sections or chapters conclude with an exhortation to be true to yourself and some variation of the command, "Stop now, please. Period. Period. Period." For those who have read the first volume or are familiar with Selig's work, parsing his sporadically explained terms will be second nature and his thoughts will be beneficial guides on the journey to enlightenment, but new readers will be lost.