I first heard about Paul from the event listings at my local Metaphysical store. It said he was a channel and that he channeled his spirit guide. Some of my family members had this ability, but I hadn’t seen anyone since channel spirit and especially do it publicly. I signed up for Paul’s book signing event for his newest book, which I believe is #7, but I had not read any of his books, so I went back and bought #1 called: I Am the Word.
I prefer to read Kindle versions these days. I tend to read multiple books at one time and it’s just easier for me to have them all in one place. I also like the integrated highlighting and dictionary features that Kindle provides.
When I started reading Word I Am Word, I had a hard time staying focused on it. It was so religious in nature. It reminded me of the years I spent in Religion class at school. It was almost if I had a block that was not allowing me to just receive what the pages were telling me. The form of writing was interesting. Paul is the one dictating what his guides are saying through him. There’s also another person present during the writing, which the guides address as Victoria. The guides take into account Victoria’s questions to what they are saying (the lessons), as well as the questions that Paul has in the background. It was interesting to hear them say that they needed to stop and address Paul’s issues before moving on. They weren’t just narrating the information, they were making sure it was sinking in for Paul, correcting anything that wasn’t as they call “in alignment with the Christ” in Paul.
Paul’s spirit guides say that anyone who reads the text will be transformed and that they have integrated into the words of the text a frequency that helps you become aligned to the Source and attuned. When I first read that, I thought, that’s nice, but can it really change me. I have to say that after reading the first few chapters, I was a believer. I started to feel pressure first on my heart chakra and then later on my third eye, as well.
The readings are profound in knowledge and understanding of what the world is doing to itself and how to find within ourselves the Christ-like energy that exists and allow it to come forward into the world.
I’m not sure which one of Paul’s books to read next. I’m curious about the latest book, but maybe #2 is the right choice.
Have you read this book? If so, what did you think? Let me know in the comments.