- Series: Roberts, Jane (Book 2)
- Paperback: 576 pages
- Publisher: Amber-Allen Publishing; Revised edition (January 28, 1997)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1878424262
- ISBN-13: 978-1878424266
- Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 1 x 9.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 62 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #145,877 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The "Unknown" Reality, Vol. 2: A Seth Book Revised Edition
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In all fairness to the book, I want to credit the work and extension that Jane and Rob have to project as accurately as possible the full experience of Seth as he is manifesting through Jane. Robert is passionately detailed in giving as accurate an account as he possibly can to make sure the reader gets the full effect of Jane's experience. I have to offer my appreciation to Jane for exposing her incredible gifts to the world ... a world where these kind of gifts are usually hidden or kept behind a veil because they are viewed by the world as perhaps demonic, freaky or just weird. I so appreciate her gift and sharing with all of us readers who are ready to explore all of the possibilities of spirituality and God given gifts.
I appreciate Rob for his contribution and unwavering support for Jane. He really is an amazing individual to stand by Jane's side and allow her to grow and develop all of her talents. They are an amazing couple!
I've tagged in my book some of the pages where there were precious nuggets of information that I could really identify with,
Page, 372, paragraph 5 ~ "In the unknown reality your thoughts are instantly made apparent and real, materialized according to your beliefs. There, if you believe in demons, you will see them -- without ever realizing that they are a part of the environment of your psyche, formed by your beliefs, and thrown out as mirages over a very real environment that you do not perceive."
Page 382, paragraph 5 ~ "Each person is at his place or her place. You are where you are because your consciousness formed that kind of reality. Your whole physical situation will be geared to it, and your neurological structure will follow the habitual pattern. As you learn to throw aside old concepts you will begin to experience the evidence for other levels of reality, and become aware of other 'messages' that you have previously blocked."
...but the book is so thick that those nuggets are minute in comparison to the size of the book.
My frustration began in my readings of Rob giving a very detailed account of Jane's experience before, during and after her encounters with Seth. So, so much of the book is Rob sharing information that I find completely boring and non-applicable to my life. I don't care how Jane is feeling at any given moment (no disrespect). I don't relate to her internal experiences and how she is perceiving her awareness. Perhaps if I experience some of the things that she does, it would be more easy for me to identify with her.
Rob has added notes at the end of each chapter that will refer the reader back to previous chapters or previous books. He certainly invites the reader to do their research if one really wants to understand the sentence in "Quote". Ugh!!!
At the end of the book, there are "Appendixes" from the previous chapters that will describe in more detail even more boring information. Then those "Appendixes" have even more notes that drags out the misery even longer. A great portion of the book is devoted to these musings, 147 pages to be exact. Ugh!!!
Truthfully, I'm more interested in hearing what Seth has to say that I can use to apply to my life. I'm interested in hearing stories that I can identify with. This book took a total side-step away from that, that I found diffused all of the nuggets so at the end of the book, I was left feeling frustrated.
I suspect if you're a fan of Jane Roberts because you possess the level of awareness and gifts that she does, then this book may speak volumes to you. If not, then read it for the nuggets and be aware of all of the "Extra" garbo.