I recently read a book called The Book of Mastery: The Master Trilogy: Book 1 by Paul Selig. Selig lives in New York and works as a channeler, author and clairvoyant. In this book, Selig introduces himself as a vessel, through which spirit guides transmit messages.
The lessons are simultaneously simple and complex. There’s something about the use of repetition, almost like chanting—a repeating of phrases and declarations that helps readers grasp the messages and claim them for their own. In fact, one set of sentences shows up throughout the book: “I know who I am, I know what I am, I know how I serve. I am here. I am here. I am here.”
Through Selig, the spirit guides echo this message, and ask us to say it, too. By circling back again and again to this particular claim, “I know who I am. I am here,” the mantra creates a solid foundation for the reader and, simultaneously, a way of lifting up beyond that foundation. The phrase is anchoring and buoyant, solidly definite, while lifting the reader toward boundless potential. By repeating it, the part of you that feels limited becomes at once accepted and liberated, full of self-acceptance and, yet, transformed.
One of the valuable lessons this book supplied is the idea of being in observance, of noticing things, such as paying attention to the ways in which we assign value to things and people. This ongoing observance challenges our perception, opens our hearts and calls us forth to a higher truth.
The Book of Mastery reminds us of our sanctity and shines a light on the divinity in all of us.
To buy The Book of Mastery by Paul Selig, click here.