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John M.

Location:

Austin, TX

Member since:

November 28, 2011

Which Seth books by Jane Roberts have you read?

I started reading the Seth books about a year and a half ago. I started with "The Nature Of Personal Reality" and was so enthused that I ended up reading 10 other Seth books including the "Conversations ..." books by Susan Watkins. I decided to begin reading the Seth books after reading the Abraham Hicks material and attending an "Art Of Allowing" workshop. I will never forget the summer of Seth; digging in with enthusiasm as Seth helped me to understand the fundamental way of things. After that summer I never thought of mySelf in the same way. And my understanding of the topics of science and religion shifted dramatically. I now see the world from a broader, all encompassing perspective. And the shift continues.

Do you have a favorite?

Hard to pick a favorite. The Seth books are very "technical" on various topics. I realized after reading the books that Robert had much to do with directing the stream of inquiry because of his curiosity; especially when it came to the religion vs. evolution question. I found the Susan Watkins books very entertaining and seemed to bring out the wide range of what Seth could awaken us to. Robert was not really directing Seth questioning in these books as they are a record of Jane's ESP classes.

Did you attend Dr. Maude Cardwell's Austin Seth Center or Sethnet International in Austin?

No, I have not interacted with any other Sethies in any pre-arranged setting. I know of one person who has read Seth.

Introduction

Hello! I began reading Seth books in the summer of 2010. What an amazing summer it was! I ended up reading a dozen books over the course of 3 months. My perspective on any and all subjects continues to expand.

What John M. is saying about this Meetup Group

Great... An absorbing, mind-opening and enlightening time to get together with like minds!


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