This is the third Seth book I've read and I dig them all.
Intended for advanced Seth readers, this manuscript delves into the soul/time/space conundrum as well as the connection between dreams and parallel realities.
I'm sure both of these books will cause you to look at the world you live in a little differently.
Probably the Great GrandDaddy of all books spiritual. Superb. Densely packed with information that you can get from no other place.Published 21 days ago by thomas j harrison
Love this book! Cannot wait to read the rest of the books! They are so informational and interesting! I love anything that stimulates my mind!Published 4 months ago by Shanna Beineke
Continues the trend from volume one. At some point, after reading about unknown facts of our reality from different pespectives, Seth, Jane and Robert allow you to understand that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Clara Martinez
After reading volume 1, I was really looking forward to volume 2 bringing it all home. Ugh ..... it did not! Read morePublished 6 months ago by K. N. Cannon
takes alot of patience, but the reward makes it imperative, at least for me it did. takes at least a couple readings to get satisfactory "air" or to know what you're... Read morePublished 7 months ago by charles vega
Excellent all the way around. This is the kind of book that requires multiple reads. Highly recommended. Read part one first, obviously. Read morePublished 9 months ago by DM
It's a must for anyone studying the Seth material as channeled by Jane Roberts. All the Seth books have given understanding and direction to my spiritual growth sense the first... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Morgan
Hang on to your hats. This book is fascinating and connects the dots about how we manifest our reality and connect with information from our other probable realities. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Pam Flowerday
Buy Seth Speaks if you haven't already. The Unknown Reality doesn't really add a whole lot to Seth has already said and Robert Butt's notes take up way too much of the book and are... Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Rudabaugh