Seth, Dreams and Projections of Consciousness Kindle Edition
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I read many different channeled authors at one period in my life. They're fun, good for some personal growth ideas.
And then there's Seth.
Seth's concepts are not cutsy fables, presented by a channel for light reading.
Seth is like the Noam Chomsky of channels. His writing is of such a magnitude and quality of depth, that he leaves other channels far behind.
I enjoy having my mind blown by powerful concepts. Even taking them as purely theoretical. I found just checking his world view out enriched my experience of my own life profoundly.
You don't need to think of any of it as "the TRUTH" or "THIS is the WAY". There's a million points of view out there. I just found Seth's point of view absolutely fascinating, well expressed, and worth the time to read.
If you're someone who loves ideas for the sake of ideas, and want a very empowering way to view the world, read Seth.
At all times his words seek to place one in touch with ones own power. He speaks to encourage individuals to take full responsibility for their own beliefs and to take responsibility for ones own life.
His books aren't "new age fluff". They are not "oh just think positive."
These are very real, very genuine essays on how to truly face ones own life. He is very aware of how nuanced our minds are at hiding from ourselves. He's like the best wise man of the village. These pages are full of loving empowering wisdom, a humorous poking at our egoism and limited beliefs.
Whatever your beliefs are, this book is both highly entertaining to the mundane as well as the scientific mind, for it leaves no doubt that Jane/Seth were highly intelligent and approached both metaphysical and scientific subjects with an objective--sometimes even empirical--mind. Yet, I have come to believe by reading this last book (at least for me--I have read them out of order) that a true scientist must sometimes open his mind to the world of the unexplained, and remember that magic is simply science we have yet to understand.
Don't consider reading any of The Seth Books unless you're ready to make changes for living a more conscious and joy-filled life. Undoubtedly, the Seth books will guide you in the process. I haven't completed reading this recently-purchased book, but it is on my dance card. I highly recommend reading any or all of the Seth books.
Pat Holland Conner