Christina Rasmussen of Dear Life Podcast interviewed me recently … click the link below to access the podcast, and to find links to other ways to listen like Spotify, SoundCloud, etc:
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I recently enjoyed speaking with Simon Bown of Past Lives Podcast – click on the link below to listen to the interview, or find his podcast through your favorite app.
Luisa of Passion Harvest interviewed me recently … check it out with these links
Find other interviews of interest at Passion Harvest – social media details:
To be aired Sunday March 11, 2018.
(No link available – sorry)
if you’d like to check out my interview with Rick Archer on Buddha at the Gas Pump, follow this link: interview
it can also be found on YouTube, and as a podcast.
Whether you’re looking for some words of wisdom to help with perspective on life, looking for insight into the nature of consciousness and awareness, or interested in an applicable course of learning that will lead to a place of inner peace, Paul Selig’s channeled books are a good choice.
Paul’s people’s teachings are reminiscent of Seth’s wisdom teachings, yet with exercises and resonant timings intended to help move each person forward in the understanding of who and what they are. Used with attention, read at a pace that allows for contemplation and absorption, these books are profound wisdom teachings.
Paul’s newest book, The Book of Truth, is available from your local bookstore.
Paul also does workshops, and livestream sessions: http://www.paulselig.com
Follow the link below to read an interview I did recently for the j-jane project:
For those of you on the east coast with an interest in mediumship and/or what science is finding in psi research:
Dr. Julie Beischel of the Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential will be the Keynote Speaker at the Exploring the Extraordinary conference which takes place March 21-23, 2014, at Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania, USA.
Her presentation, “A Scientist Among Mediums: Intriguing Findings from 10 Years of Laboratory Research” will take place at 4:30pm on Friday, March 21st. It is sponsored by the J.W.H. Stuckenberg Memorial Lectureship at Gettysburg College and is free and open to the public.
Dr Beischel is an intelligent and engaging speaker – check it out if you’re in the area.