Story of The Triforium Tribune
This zine is the outcome of what I learned over the past three years running WordingKiosk.com (originally wwiatw.com), a website to facilitate online collaboration for people using their expanded consciousness. It was for people "Working With I Am the Word channelings by Paul Selig," a big, active Facebook group I started in 2011 and archived in 2023 with around 5000 members.
I started that website to serve this group during the covid lockdown of 2020. I recruited a team of eleven people who helped me write blog posts and host online meetings during that intense, crazy time. Like a virtual retreat center, we offered sanctuary and validated the inner worlds of thousands of people with different spiritual perspectives and at different levels of comfort with metaphysical and religious topics.
Spearheading that undertaking gave me the opportunity to experiment with a variety of metaphysical practices performed remotely. I Worded with hundreds of different people, which bolstered my own discernment of vibration and my confidence as a teacher. I was also obliged to “come out” as someone who has always felt her light body and has been privately working with subtle-energy for over 30 years, in spite of having deep commitment to biological and psychological science and technical sound work.
For me, what started as a pandemic project has evolved into a broader mission to inspire mainstream scientists to learn about expanded consciousness and to incorporate all that is known about consciousness into their work. I see this as an urgent need in order to create effective public policy to mitigate climate change and respond to unanticipated consciousness structures that may be created by human interaction with AI.
- Betsy Gain
Betsy is a light language recording artist with philosophical roots in the science of evolutionary psychology. She believes that a competent understanding of human consciousness should inform public policy, especially in regard to novel technology. With this goal, her mission is to inspire mainstream scientists to learn about expanded consciousness and to incorporate all that is known about consciousness into their work.
She's been called an "independent thinker," a "polymath," and "without functional fixedness." With a broad range of expertise, she serves as a bridge resource for the crossover between academic science, spiritual, and religious cultures in the English-speaking world.
"I can help you get unstuck from the limiting paradigms you grew up with because I grew up with them too." -Betsy
Raised in a family of Protestant ministers and musicians, Betsy was educated in Biology and Evolutionary Psychology at Princeton and UC Santa Barbara. She has always felt her light body and began cultivating habits of thought when she was just five years old. In her early years, she mastered frame-shifting and compartmentalizing because she enjoyed moving among disparate philosophical worlds.
"To be evangelical about anything means you only learned once." - Betsy
She's been working with subtle-energy techniques for over 30 years while also assimilating that experience within the sometimes-dogmatic confines of science and religion. She's a lifelong dancer and musician; and her metaphysical style is influenced by her expertise as a sound engineer and her study of a variety of esoteric modalities including Quantum Touch (similar to Reiki) and Wording (taught in Paul Selig channelings). In 2023, it was a natural next step for her to embrace pure-channeling (channeling your higher self) and Light Language expression.
As a light language recording artist, she's producing a media catalog intended to be useful for listeners seeking an easy and efficient method of subtle-energy adjustment. Her work also serves to demonstrate the possibilities of human consciousness, intention, and recording technology.
She also went to film school, and worked as a professional sound mixer and sound editor in Los Angeles for five years. Spinguin.com is her website for Media Production. She lives in the Sierra Foothills of Northern California.
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