I just finished the first book in the channeled series my Paul Selig. I can honestly say it has changed my life. Truly. “I AM THE WORD” does not say a whole lot of new things that mystics, new age teachers, Jesus, spiritual teachers, and the like have said. It is the way they say it that really struck a cord with me. A cord that literally changed my resonance to a higher frequency.
It both accepts my Christian upbringing and allows me my own truth that I feel there is more, less limiting, and all encompassing ways to be in Christ’s Light than just religion alone. To be clear, it is not a religious book. It is not about Christianity, but it does talk of God and Christ. God and Christ in the sense that The Creator is PURE LOVE AND LIGHT, which transcends any one set of beliefs. It does hold true with Jesus’s teachings about being of Divine Light. And so much more.
I have ordered books 2 and 3, and already have the fourth book called “The Book of Mastery” which starts a new trilogy. But I decided if they were written in a particular order I would read them that way.
It is not always easy reading, and other times I read and read and read. I just ask that you pick it up and read with an open mind and heart.
“The (collective) Christ within you is a frequency that is aligned within the heart center and it glows like a flame and it brings to it that vibration and frequency that co-resonates with it. And that which it brings to co-resonance is The Creator. The Creator is Light…. Everything is a frequency of Light. This book is about claiming the truth of who you are in light. And the light is the one thing that is shared by ALL. To be an aspect of the Christ embodied simply means to be yourself in full realization of your perfect frequency, willingness to be of service, your availability, and as a piece of God in Action.” (paraphrased without changing any of their actual words.)
Enjoy and I invite you to say YES to this journey.
I do not know the answer. I did my truly life changing ‘Angel Therapy’ training with Doreen Virtue (well, technically that is, you don’t ever actually meet Doreen when you do entry level training with her for a week), and had an amazing mentor who also trained with her. This so profoundly enhanced my career, faith, and understanding of angels and myself. And also left a TON more questions. At the time Doreen really seemed to be the “expert” on angels, at least in the U.S. Now there are so many other well-known people who see, talk to, commune with, get messages from, and even claim to be Oracles or have a direct link to the “Spirit who is at the fingertip of God”. These last ones are some pretty darn big claims. Who am I to agree or disagree? I am the most important person in the world…
…for me, that is. Only I can know what to believe for me. I can read and listen to, or even have private sessions with all these people listed below, and still not understand it all. Wait, let me back up. If I was very wealthy and somehow could move up on the 1 month to 1 year wait list to have a session with these amazing people, I could maybe start to understand it all. Luckily, if there is one thing they all agree on, is that I have the power to connect directly with angels myself, and don’t actually need them to do it for me. Phew.
I am not being negative towards anyone. I am truly grateful for all insights from humans and communications from light beings that I can get! I re-read this and almost took out the sarcastic parts. But then I realized that is all part of our struggle together – what makes an “expert”? Does the fact that they have a waiting list a mile long, can charge an arm and a leg to see people, and walk around with an entourage of helpers make them experts? These are by-products of them being experts. If they weren’t, no one would spend the time and money to see them, right? I certainly don’t think any of them are frauds, and most don’t even seem to be coming from a place of ego. Does that mean we blindly believe what they say? Answering for myself, no, it does not. It means I have great interest and respect for their insights, and decide ultimately for myself.
I have spent a lot of time and energy trying to get the answers from others. I have read their books, listened to their podcasts, taken their meditation classes, had in-person readings, etc. No cruises for me yet… And I will continue to do this (read, not go on cruises) to learn and discover amazing new insights, ways of healing, meditating, and becoming closer to the angels, my guides, Jesus, and God.
My biggest lesson learned so far in all of this: my perspective on why I am doing this has changed. I am no longer looking for them to tell me the answers. I am looking within myself as I learn more, to know what feels right to me. I am trusting my own judgement, my own intuition, my own religious and spiritual beliefs, my own sense of connection with the angels, to truly learn about angels. Am I good at that yet? Not really.
For example, some experts say you can just think an Archangel’s name and they will be at your side instantly. Others say you actually have to perform a ritual, or at least set clear intent through actions. I recently read Anthony Williams take on all this, and he is somewhere in-between. At this current time in my thinking (I reserve the right to change this thinking at any moment) he is pretty close to what makes sense to me.
Then again Anthony claims that he talks to and sees the Spirit ‘Compassion’ who is literally at the fingertip of God. Wait, isn’t that Jesus? If anyone has compassion at its fullest and most Divine, it would be Jesus. Jesus is certainly our most amazing example of a Divine Healer. He was also a Mystic that we barely know anything about but sounds truly amazing. Jesus tells us to see him in everything (Christian labeled or not). Maybe I’ll just keep praying to him… and stop going off on this tangent.
Where I do feel confident is in my art. When I make someone’s artistic representation of their guardian angel (http://www.sacredbalanceart.com), I trust myself, I trust that guardian angel to lead me, and I know that what I am doing is real. When they come to me in color, texture, personality, and want to give a message, it feels perfect to me – my intuition knows, I feel exhilarated, I get in the zone. And the many confirmations from my customers helps too!
I have made progress, and I have a ways to go yet. I hope my struggles in this post help you to see you are not alone (come on admit it, you struggle too) and realize that truly believing for yourself, and in yourself, and what you learn about angels, makes you the most important person in the world…to you.
There are so many people out there communing with the angels and other light beings that we must just be getting started with our understanding. After all, when we are humans, we are but blips in time compared to the life of an angel. Huh, maybe there are no experts after all. At least not yet…
Yours in Love, Light, and as always Angel Blessings, Claire
To help you on your journey, here is a list of amazing people who work with angels and other light beings:
Book – Hands of Life: Use Your Body’s Own Energy Medicine for Healing, Recovery, and Transformation – by Julie Motz
Excerpt: A revolutionary book by a pioneering healer, Hands of Life takes energy medicine where it has rarely gone before–into the operating room–as Julie Motz reveals the true healing power of the body and puts it in the reader’s very own hands.
As one of the first nontraditional healers allowed to work in an operating room, Julie Motz harnesses the body’s own energy to help patients survive risky operations, such as heart transplants and cancer surgery. Now she shares remarkable case studies of healing, recovery, and transformation–and gives readers step-by-step guidance on accessing one’s own innate healing energy.
Magazine – Spirituality & Health – I have recommended this before. You can get the paper magazine or get it online, it has something for everyone.
CD or MP3 – Binaural Beats Meditation for Mental & Spiritual Focus – by Zen Music – Some binaural beats music can be grating on the ears, but this one is great. it helps you either meditate or sleep, and each one is 15 minutes, a nice amount of time to meditate.
About Time – I loved this movie. It was sweet, funny, sad, and poignant, all acting was great. It is different enough to be unique yet all the characters are easy to relate to.
This is a phenomenal book I recommend to anyone. Uplifting and if you truly take it to heart, can help bring about an amazing shift in your life. Give yourself a hug by reading this book.
In this truly inspirational memoir,Anita Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her body—overwhelmed by the malignant cells spreading throughout her system—began shutting down. As her organs failed, she entered into an extraordinary near-death experience where she realized her inherent worth . . . and the actual cause of her disease. Upon regaining consciousness, Anita found that her condition had improved so rapidly that she was able to be released from the hospital within weeks . . . without a trace of cancer in her body!
Within these pages, Anita recounts stories of her childhood in Hong Kong, her challenge to establish her career and find true love, as well as how she eventually ended up in that hospital bed where she defied all medical knowledge.
As part of a traditional Hindu family residing in a largely Chinese and British society, she had been pushed and pulled by cultural and religious customs since she had been a little girl. After years of struggling to forge her own path while trying to meet everyone else’s expectations, she had the realization, as a result of her epiphany on the other side, that she had the power to heal herself . . . and that there are miracles in the Universe that she had never even imagined.
In Dying to Be Me, Anita freely shares all she has learned about illness, healing, fear, “being love,” and the true magnificence of each and every human being!
This is a book that definitely makes the case that we are spiritual beings having a human experience . . . and that we are all One!
Celebrate St. Michael the Archangel Feast Day – Sunday Sept 29th
Archangel Michael is simply a fabulous Archangel. His name means “He Who is Like God” and he is one of God’s main helpers. He is the Patron Saint of Police Officers and all who serve and protect. On this Sunday, the 29th, celebrate with me and give thanks for Michael and all he does!
Call on Archangel Michael whenever you need protection or want a boost of courage. Simply call his name and ask for help then believe he is there and helping.
Michaelmas, the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel (also the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, Uriel and Raphael, the Feast of the Archangels, or the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels) is a day in the Western Christian calendar which occurs on 29 September. Because it falls near the equinox, it is associated in the northern hemisphere with the beginning of autumn and the shortening of days.
The Archangel Michael is the greatest of all the Archangels and is honoured for defeating Lucifer in the war in heaven. He is one of the principal angelic warriors, seen as a protector against the dark of night, and the administrator of cosmic intelligence. Michaelmas has also delineated time and seasons for secular purposes as well, particularly in the United Kingdom and Ireland as one of the quarter days.
The ReConnection by Eric Pearl – Whether or not you buy into some of what he says, the underlying principal is one worth pondering. www.thereconnection.com
The Inside of a Dog – “In Inside of a Dog, Alexandra Horowitz evokes the dog’s perspective by interweaving the science of dog cognition and perception with personal reflections on her own dog’s behavior. Ranging from what it might be like to be able to smell sadness in humans or the passage of time; how the smallest Chihuahua can play with the most formidable Great Dane; the experience of hearing the hum of fluorescent lights; to why some dogs relentlessly pursue bicycle or ball, Inside of a Dog gives us insights into how dogs view the world. This book gives anyone who lives with, deals with, or admires dogs a new understanding of their sensory abilities, a nuanced interpretation of their behavior, and an appreciation of their minds.” http://insideofadog.com/