A Channeled Workshop in Conscious Transformation

with Paul Selig

Award-winning author and channel, Paul Selig, will lead a deeply transformational, channeled workshop where you will work directly with his guides to achieve new levels of healing, self-awareness and life purpose.

Paul’s guides have been bringing through new teachings on mastery in preparation for their next book. In this channeled workshop you will be introduced to these teachings as well as learn techniques for developing and sustaining higher levels of consciousness.

These techniques will help you move through limiting emotional patterns and beliefs that may be keeping you from manifesting your own higher nature.

In this workshop, you will:

 Receive individual instruction and teaching from Paul’s Guides

 Become attuned to higher frequencies in a way that you can trust & feel

 Learn how to send and receive healing energies

 Develop your own abilities as an empath

 Free yourself from patterns of limitation and fear

 Gain tools to transform your life and awaken to your own divine nature

September 29th


September 30th


October 1st


Cost:  $295. until March 31st, $325. until September 10th, and $375. thereafter.

Register here: http://paulselig.com/events/sedona/

For questions, contact Noah Perabo at noah@perabogroup.com  or 917-406-7968

About Paul Selig:

Paul Selig is a writer, empath and conscious channel. He led channeled energy groups for nearly 20 years and maintains a private practice as a psychic in New York City.

Paul’s recent and upcoming workshops include the Esalen Institute, the Omega Institute and the Kripalu Center. He was recently featured on the documentary series, The UneXplained on the A&E/BIO channel.

In his breakthrough works of channeled literature, I Am the Word, The Book of Love and Creation and The Book of Knowing and Worth (Tarcher/Penguin), Paul recorded an extraordinary program for personal and planetary evolution as humankind awakens to its own divine nature.

Also a noted academic, he serves on the faculty of NYU and directs the MFA in Creative Writing Program at Goddard College.