Seth Readers Austin Message Board › Tuesday evening event
Hello Seth readers,
The presentation at INACS this Tuesday evening looks interesting, so I thought I would pass it along to you.
Consciousness/Life After Death?
An exploration of Near-Death
Presented by Janice Holden, Ed.D.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014, 6:30–9 p.m.
Austin Center for Spiritual Living
5555 North Lamar Boulevard, Building D, Suite 115, Austin, Texas 78751-1073
I hope to see you there.
Here are some Seth quotes:
"There is no such thing as a chance encounter. No death occurs by chance, nor any birth. In the creative atmosphere of Framework 2, intents are known. In a manner of speaking, no act is private." -Session 815, p.76, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events
"You choose this place and time for your own reasons and your own challenges... and so this planet is not peopled with strangers, but those who are already psychically united, who then come to this planet in your time. Your world is far more extensive than you realize, and your concepts have limited your experience." -Seth during class in late 1974, Sue Watkins, Conversations with Seth Volume 2 page 474
"That knower is instantly aware of all your needs, and is the portion of the universe that is personally disposed in your direction, because its energies form your own person. That protection always couches your existence. It means that you live "in a state of grace." You can be unaware of that state. You can deny it or refuse it, but you are within it regardless. It forms the very fabric of your individual beings. Value fulfillment means that each individual, each entity, of whatever nature, spontaneously, automatically seeks those conditions that are suited to its own fulfillment, and to the fulfillment of others."
"In the most basic of terms, no one's fulfillment can be achieved at the expense of another's. Fulfillment does not happen that way. Your very lives seek the best directions for fulfillment. Our work seeks its own best directions for fulfillment."
"When you realize this, then you can accept seeming setbacks, or seeming contradictions, with a calm detached air, realizing that such factors appear as they do only in the light of you present intellectual knowledge - a knowledge that must be limited to current events - and that in the larger picture known to you at other levels, such seeming contradictions, or seemingly unfortunate situations, or whatever, will be seen to be to your advantage. You do not have all the facts, you see, at that intellectual level, so if you base all of your judgments - all of your judgments - at that level alone, then you can be quite short-sighted." -Seth, Dreams Evolution and Value Fulfillment, Volume 2