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  • Paperback: 308 pages
  • Publisher: New Awareness Network; 1 edition (January 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0971119805
  • ISBN-13: 978-0971119802
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,422 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This makes sense to me.
Patrick Curren
If you are looking for an enhanced spiritual understanding, I would highly recommend this book to you.
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I am very impressed by the material of "how we form objects and events" in "The Seth Material".
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450 of 455 people found the following review helpful By senjas@island.net on October 29, 1998
Format: Library Binding
I first encountered The Seth Material on a rainy afternoon in the upper level stacks of the Towanda Public Library, in Pennsylvania. Earlier, in a local paper, I had seen a small write-up about a woman in Elmira, New York, who goes into trance and speaks as someone named Seth. "Yeah, right," I remember thinking.
Then that day in the library, my hand closed over a volume. I saw the title, shrugged, and checked it out. I had no idea of the ride I was about to embark upon.
At age 40, I was not totally unprepared for Seth. I had studied Rosicrucian monographs for nine years and, since my early twenties, had felt a keen interest in metaphysics and philosophy. Yet, I had always had a skepticism about mediums and seances and things ectoplasmic.
I began reading. I learned of the coming of Seth into the lives of Jane Roberts, and her husband Robert Butts. It was bemusing to follow the progress of two people who may well have been as skeptical as I. Well, how would you feel if suddenly some personality essence entity entered your body and proceeded to lecture? It's quite one thing to accept it in theory, but if it happened to me, I think it would scare me-well-witless.
I read on. I got past the mediumship thing and into the meat of the message. When I began to assimilate what Seth was saying, I no longer cared whether Ms. Roberts was getting the information from a disembodied spirit or her goldfish. The material, to me, was electrifying.
On one hand, it seemed hauntingly familiar. I found myself saying, "of course, that's how it must be!" And "yes, I seem to remember...." On the other hand, it took me a very long time to read The Seth Material (and every other Seth book). You don't speed read Seth!
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92 of 96 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 31, 2000
Format: Library Binding
I was first introduced to Seth when I was only 16 (and that was 30 years ago). I've read the Seth material over and over again throughout the years and have never ceased to be amazed at what I learn, (and/or relearn), from each reading. There is no doubt that this book has had a profound influence on my way of viewing my existence and the world, and I find Seth to be a wonderful teacher. As a side note, several years ago I stumbled across the book by Richard Bach,(of Jonathan Livingston Seagull fame), called 'Illusions' which quickly became my favorite book behind Seth. I recognized some of the Seth philosphy in his book and felt he had done a great job of explaining some very complex material in a way I could easily understand. Much later, I was very surprised and pleased to find a book review written by Richard Bach, on the Seth Material, on the back of one of my many re-purchased books of The Seth Material! (I kept giving the Seth Material away to friends.) I heartily recommend The Seth Material to anyone who is 'focused in this physical reality'! but wants to know more.
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81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Shawn Regan on March 21, 2002
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The story of Seth and how Jane and Rob started communicating with Seth. It contains some of the information further elaborated on in Seth Speaks. I had originally put this book off because it looked more narrative and less informative but this was an incorrect judgement on my part. Like many other book series I would recommend reading the Seth works in the order in which they were written for the best comprehension. This book is a "Jane" book which contains some excerpts from Seth sessions.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Curren VINE VOICE on March 7, 2007
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Since after reading the free Seth Material on-line, I decided this book would be a good place to start with the Seth material. It was. It is basically an outline of the Seth material to come after this book which is much more in depth. This book taught me a lot. I thought the parts about the ESP testing was a bit boring. But I wanted to know a little about Jane Roberts. It starts off slow but gets heavy towards the end. I had problems comprehending the multiple "personality fragments" concept but eventually it made sense.

Much of it made sense with the spiritual path I have chosen. The most helpful part of this book was Chapter 19, The Inner Senses - What they are and how to use them. This helped me understand what I am experiencing as I "journey inward". One inner sense that I found puzzling is the "Inner Vibrational Touch". While I experience this "Inner Sense" during mediation, my experience is different than "Seths". But then again, Seth goes on to say each individual experiences life in his/her unique way.

I also liked the explanation for why we can't learn much from going to the higher dimensions/realms until we have "graduated" from this dimension. Seth equates it to a child that is taken to his father's office for a day. Boring. The child would rather be home playing with his "toys". That's what this place is. A playground with toys that can not only entertain us but cause us "pain". Seth calls it a classroom with consequences for creating and miscreating.

This book helped me understand why the "past" keeps getting rewritten or redefined. We change it. We literally change it like we "can" change the future. This makes sense to me. This is freedom "from" the past. We simply cannot be bound to the past unless we choose to be.
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