March 4, 2012
Nature of Personal Reality, Seth Speaks, some other one
The first I read was the Nature of Personal Reality, and it remains my favorite.
Hi, I'm Vicki. Reading the Seth material long ago absolutely transformed the way I look at the world. I attended some of Maude Cardwell's groups, and I am happy to discover you here. I am currently re-reading a compilation of Seth material.
As always, I now have even more questions... In thinking about "no destination" and experiencing the present, I was reminded of one of my favorite poems, "Ithaca" by Cavafy: Ithaca http://users.hol.gr/~barbanis/cavafy/ithaca.html When you set out on your journey to Ithaca, pray that the road is long, full of adventure, full of knowledge. The Lestrygonians and the Cyclops, the angry Poseidon -- do not fear them: You will never find such as these on your path, if your thoughts remain lofty, if a fine emotion touches your spirit and your body. The Lestrygonians and the Cyclops, the fierce Poseidon you will never encounter, if you do not carry them within your soul, if your soul does not set them up before you. Pray that the road is long. That the summer mornings are many, when, with such pleasure, with such joy you will enter ports seen for the first time; stop at Phoenician markets, and purchase fine merchandise, mother-of-pearl and coral, amber and ebony, and sensual perfumes