James Will Master Power is actually a name that was chosen after much fore-thought. One thing a person learns when venturing into metaphysics is that reality can be manipulated to one’s benefit. James Power was born in November of 1975 as James Fox. Being a part of the Black Muslim movement, his father changed the family’s last name to Muhammad in 1977. In 1984, the family moved to Baltimore where James realized the first ‘glitch in the matrix’. While he recalls traveling on the astral plane and floating down the stairs in an astral body even as a child of 6 and 7, it was not until he heard the voice of a grown man within him say – “I guess I’m back again to do it right this time” that he knew there was more to life than meets the eye.
At 16, the second rude awakening came in the form of an out-of-body experience where James experienced bi-local consciousness. This began a quest that would ultimately lead to incredible self-discovery and a mission to help others make the same discoveries for themselves. As a teenager, James recorded an album that spawned a local club classic. His twenties were visited with many ups-and-downs, a hodge-podge of experiences that taught many life lessons. It was not until the age of 30 that he discovered many of his experiences, observations, and studies were part of the field of study called metaphysics. So, from that time to the present, James has devoted his time and energy to the study and teaching of metaphysics. James’ travels have carried him into multiple realities – both in this dimension and beyond. He has performed on the Apollo stage in Harlem and pursued a career in television at CBS studios in Hollywood. He was baptized in a Seventh Day Adventist Church and taught from the podium of a Muslim temple. He has experienced the heaven of high civilization and hellish homeless nights. He’s enjoyed marvel comics and books about the marvels of the universe.
It’s no wonder James is a self-described “observationist” who loves to use observable experience and narratives as teaching tools as much as referencing books. In 2009, he legally changed his name to James Will Master Power in an effort to fully harness the power in his being. None of this surprises James. An oracle James visited in one of his inter-dimensional trips saw all of this in 1993. James is the author of three e-books and multiple music recording projects. He is the host of both an on-line radio show and a weekly metaphysics course he teaches on YouTube.
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