So, Now We Are Awake, Are We Going To Save The Planet?


Published on Jul 22, 2013

So, Now We Are Awake, Are We Going To Save The Planet?’ with Elisabet Sahtouris, Will Pye and Jeff Warren. Moderated by Iain and Renate McNay

There is often a reluctance for those who have attained a level of awakening to be interested in worldly concerns. The planet is rapidly approaching a man-made crisis. Do we care? What does being awake mean on a practical basis when it comes to our custodianship of the planet?
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Beyond Recovery: Nonduality and the Twelve Steps By Fred Davis

BEYOND RECOVERY offers the tools that we can use to move on from mere abstinence to the natural freedom that is our true nature.

Rupert Spira writes in the foreword, ‘Beyond Recovery’s real quality lies in the honest, humorous and warm-hearted ways in which Fred explores and exposes the complex patterns of avoidance and denial that characterise the resisting, seeking self and the non-judgmental way in which he describes it. Drawing on numerous examples from his own colourful life, he speaks with passion and humility of a path that started for him as an obsessive search for happiness in the acquisition of objects, relationships and states, evolved through addiction, recovery, spiritual seeking and self-enquiry, and continues in an ever-deepening surrender to the undeniable, unnameable reality of what eternally is.’

FRED DAVIS studied and practiced Eastern wisdom for twenty-five years prior to 2006, when his seeking ended, and his true awakening commenced. He is the creator and editor of Awakening Clarity, and author of Beyond Recovery: Nonduality and the Twelve Steps, published in 2012 by Non-Duality Press. His online teaching, which has reached four continents, specializes in a method of Direct Pointing that encourages immediate recognition of our true nature. He is also a frequent reviewer of spiritual titles on Amazon. His work has appeared on Advaita Vision, Nonduality Living, and Nondual Highlights. He is very happily married, loves cats, dogs, and birds, and lives as a chiefly ignored, urban hermit deep in the heart of the American South.

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Interview with Fred Davis

Published on Jan 5, 2013

FRED DAVIS’s blog is Awakening Clarity. He studied and practiced Eastern wisdom for twenty-five years prior to 2006, when his seeking ended, and his true awakening commenced. He is the creator and editor of Awakening Clarity, editor of Beyond-Recovery.org, and author of Beyond Recovery: Nonduality and the Twelve Steps, published by Non-Duality Press. He is also a frequent reviewer of spiritual titles on Amazon. His work has appeared on Advaita Vision and Nonduality Living, and shows up frequently in Nondual Highlights. He is very happily married, loves cats, dogs, and birds, and lives as a chiefly ignored, urban hermit deep in the heart of the American South.

Awakening Clarity: http://awakeningclarity.blogspot.ca/

I Am the Word: A Guide to the Consciousness of Man’s Self in a Transitioning Time ~ Paul Selig

You are the first in a generation of conscious beings coming into form and you will make it possible for those that follow to exist more easily in the higher frequencies that are now available. This is a gift, but this is a massive change. It’s a tidal wave of light ascending into you as you ascend into it.-

~ From I Am the Word, a channeled text by Paul Selig

The channeled Guides of I Am the Word provide a concise and immensely powerful program in self-awareness that can ease negative complexes and align your existence with its highest purpose.

Humanity has lost itself. Both as individuals and as a world culture, we have forgotten our true nature. In I Am the Word, writer and medium Paul Selig has recorded an extraordinary program for self- realization, as dispensed through beings of higher intelligence, sometimes called Guides or Ascended Masters. These figures seek, as they have in the past, to assist men and women in discovering the higher, purposeful nature-or “Christed Self”-that lies dormant within us all.

In a series of enticing, irresistibly practical dialogues, the Guides of I Am the Word identify the emotional “boulders” that displace our authentic selves and consume our potential. The Guides provide to-the-point psychological and existential insights, along with self-developing exercises and affirmations, which begin to strip away residues of fear, self-doubt, and self-suffocating habits.

Paul Selig is a writer, teacher, and medium living in New York City, where he has led channeled energy groups for more than fifteen years. He is the director of the MFA in Creative Writing Program at Goddard College and serves on the play writing faculty of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. His work for the stage has been produced internationally and includes plays, operas, solo performance work, and text for dance. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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“Paul And the Word” is a documentary produced by Crow Digital Media, telling the story of psychic and channel Paul Selig who hears messages from a collective of divine beings calling themselves simply “the Word.”

Paul’s story is inspiring and fascinating but what his Guide’s have to tell us about the future of humanity and the potential for the spiritual evolution of everyone and everything on planet Earth is both beautiful and challenging. The choice is ours.

Also now would be a good time to read the book “I Am the Word” (available through Amazon and as a Google E-Book) which was in fact totally delivered to Paul through channeling from the Guides…so it’s very much their book and teachings.

Documentary: Paul & The Word


This documentary explores the divine evolution of the human race and our planet through the experiences of New York based psychic, empath and channel Paul Selig. Paul describes himself as an ordinary guy that has developed an ability to hear and repeat guidance from divine beings calling themselves simply “the Word” which they define as God in action.

Waking Universe: Paul Selig & I Am The Word

Published on Sep 25, 2012

“Hi, I’m another version of you.”

My unlikely conversation with Paul Selig, respected playwright, professor of dramatic writing at NYU’s Tisch University, author of best selling channeled material, star of the new show The UnExplained on Biography channel, caretaker of a flop eared dog named Darla and generally all around good guy. In Paul, I found someone who had reminded me of that early defining dream, of the magic and wonder we surpress and choose to forget so often.

His work inspired me to take a leap. I determined to do what I had been mulling for awhile… a new t.v. show. So I invited him out to Los Angeles for an interview and something totally different for me. A brand new experiment… a television version of my newborn blog Waking Universe.

To my great surprise, Paul graciously took me up on the offer and the result is the video above.

Paul is the author of the channeled books “I Am The Word” and “Book of Love and Creation”. He discusses his process, his history and the way we can become more ourselves and authentically at peace at any moment of our lives.

Personal and planetary evolution- Live channeling with Paul Selig, New York city

In his breakthrough work of channeled literature, I Am the Word, author and medium Paul Selig recorded an extraordinary program for personal and planetary evolution as humankind awakens to its own divine nature. I Am the Word is an energetic transmission that works directly on its readers to bring them into alignment with the frequency of the Word, which Paul’s guides call the energy of “God in Action.”

Paul was born in New York City and received his Master’s Degree from Yale. He had a spiritual experience in 1987 that left him clairvoyant. As a way to gain a context for what he was beginning to experience, he studied a form of energy healing, working at Marianne Williamson’s Manhattan Center for Living and in private practice. In the process, he began to “hear” for his clients, and much of Paul’s work now is as a clairaudient, clairvoyant, channel, and empathy.

Paul has led channeled energy groups for many years. In 2009 he was invited to channel at the Esalen Institute’s Superpowers symposium, where he was filmed for the upcoming documentary film Authors of the Impossible. He is the subject of the feature-length documentary film Paul & the Word which will be released late summer, 2011.

His workshops in 2011 include Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in New York City, the Jungian Center in Vermont and the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, Calfornia. Also a noted playwright and educator, Paul serves on the faculty of NYU and directs the MFA in Creative Writing Program at Goddard College. He lives in New York City, where he maintains a private practice as an intuitive and conducts weekly, channeled energy groups.

Spiritual and Religious Competencies for Psychologists by Ingrid Ammondson, David Lukoff, MD, Kenneth I. Pargament, Ron Pilato, Shelley Scammell, and Cassandra Vieten, PhD

Abstract
It is clear from polls of the general public that religion and spirituality are important in most people’s lives. In addition, the spiritual and religious landscape is becoming increasingly diverse, with nearly a fifth of people unaffiliated with a religion, and increasing numbers of people identifying themselves as spiritual, but not religious.

Religion and spirituality have been empirically linked to a number of psychological health and well-being outcomes, and there is evidence that clients would prefer to have their spirituality and religion addressed in psychotherapy. However, most often, religious and spiritual issues are not discussed in psychotherapy, nor are they included in assessment or treatment planning. The field of psychology has already included religion and spirituality in most definitions of multiculturalism and requires training in multicultural competence, but most psychotherapists receive little or no training in religious and spiritual issues, in part because no agreed-on set of spiritual competencies or training guidelines exist.

In response to this need, we have developed a proposed set of spiritual and religious competencies for psychologists based on (1) a comprehensive literature review, (2) a focus group with scholars and clinicians, and (3) an online survey of 184 scholars and clinicians experienced in the integration of spiritual and religious beliefs and practices and psychology. Survey participants offered suggestions on wording for each item, and a subset of 105 licensed psychotherapists proficient in the intersection of spirituality/religion and psychology rated clarity and relative importance of each item as a basic spiritual and religious competency.

The result is a set of 16 basic spiritual and religious competencies (attitudes, knowledge, and skills) that we propose all licensed psychologists should demonstrate in the domain of spiritual and religious beliefs and practices. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)

View here to download a PDF of “Spiritual and Religious Competencies for Psychologists”

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