The Nature of Personal Reality: Seth Book - Specific, Practical Techniques for Solving Everyday Problems and Enriching the Life You Know

The Nature of Personal Reality: Seth Book - Specific, Practical Techniques for Solving Everyday Problems and Enriching the Life You Know

Paperback Seth Book

By (author) Jane Roberts

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  • Publisher: Amber-Allen Publishing,U.S.
  • Format: Paperback | 544 pages
  • Dimensions: 154mm x 228mm x 24mm | 581g
  • Publication date: 1 July 1994
  • Publication City/Country: San Rafael, CA
  • ISBN 10: 1878424068
  • ISBN 13: 9781878424068
  • Edition: New edition
  • Edition statement: New edition
  • Sales rank: 16,149

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In this perennial bestseller, Seth challenges our assumptions about the nature of reality. He explains how the conscious mind directs unconscious activity and has at its command all the powers of the inner self. Included are excellent exercises for applying these theories to any life situation.

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Editorial reviews

More of The Seth Material and what Seth Speaks to Jane Roberts whom he calls Ruburt from his perch up there - and by more we means 468 pages of cosmologorrheic stush as dictated to her in her "sleep states." Even if her trance is very deep, she sometimes yawns. Skinnydipping in the great beyond, there are revelations about evil or psychiatry (also evil) or LSD (just as bad) or inner and outer sound or reality as truth etc. etc. through endless seances. Seth says "I can see that my analogy comparing the soul to an organ within a multidimensional psychic structure of the entity is confusing you." Could be. Seth also said at 10:53 on May 2, 1973 that "the suggestion that smoking will give you cancer is far more dangerous than the physical effects of smoking, and can give cancer to people who might otherwise not be so affected." No doubt at this point in time while yawning, Ruburt had just lit up another cigarette. (Kirkus Reviews)