Early Sessions: Books I through IV of the Seth Material
For the first time, here are the first 510 Seth sessions published
verbatim, unedited, and in sequential order! This 9-volume set begins
in 1963 with Jane and Rob's Ouija board experiments, leading quickly
to their first encounter with Seth.
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The Personal Sessions: Books 1 thru 6 of The Seth
The Personal Sessions, originally referred to as "the deleted
sessions", are Seth sessions that Jane Roberts and Rob Butts
considered to be of a highly personal nature and were therefore
kept in separate notebooks from the main body of the Seth material.
In addition, The Personal Sessions will contain some regular Seth
sessions that were inadvertently never published, and in later volumes,
Jane's hertofore unpublished book on Rembrandt. This book is one
of three "World View" books that Jane wrote. The other
two are already published and entitled The World View of Paul Cezanne
and The Afterdeath Journal of an American Philosopher.
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Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul
In Seth's first book, he introduces himself and describes his reality.
He shares fascinating perspectives on coordinate points, the "death"
experience, reincarnational dramas, and religious symbolism. Many
recommend new readers begin with this Seth book as it provides the
foundation for understanding the multidimensional self, then follow
with The Nature of Personal Reality.
Nature of Personal Reality
In Seth's most famous book, he offers a primer on how our thoughts,
beliefs, and emotions form our experiences. In this practical work,
Seth covers the body of our beliefs, natural grace and artificial
guilt, the role of spontaneity, and the use of natural hypnosis. Many
people consider this their favorite Seth book.
Nature of the Psyche
In Seth's third book, he discusses sexuality and its relationship
to the psyche. Evocative material on the bisexual psyche and gender,
homosexuality and lesbianism, associative thinking, the nature of
love, cordellas, and his "games that anybody can play."
Unknown Reality, Vol. I
In his preeminent work on probabilities, Seth illuminates an often
confusing subject with rich, colorful analogies. He describes consciousness
units, simultaneous time, and the multidimensional self as well as
providing numerous practice elements to help us understand our own
Unknown Reality, Vol. II
Seth elaborates on the "unknown" reality with information on dreaming,
counterparts, and reincarnation. This book includes the intriguing
"families of consciousness" material as well as insights into Seth's
Individual and the Nature of Mass Events
In this important work, Seth discusses mass events powerful
experiences co-created by societies and cultures and how each
individual contributes to them. Includes Seth's provocative material
about plagues and epidemics, the vital importance of trusting one's
impulses, the mechanics of Framework 2, and how to be a practicing
idealist. Seth illustrates his points by giving perspectives on then-current
mass events, including Jonestown and Three-Mile Island.
"Evolution," and Value Fulfillment, Vol. I
In his treatise on value fulfillment, Seth provides an alternate explanation
for the origins of the universe. Here he lucidly describes how consciousness,
through value fulfillment, dreamed the world into being. This book
also includes Jane's revealing "sinful self" material, and explains
how language developed.
"Evolution," and Value Fulfillment, Vol. II
Seth describes the importance of understanding ideals, the relationship
between genetics and consciousness, master events, group dreaming,
and life clouds. This book also includes further perspectives on value
fulfillment and its relationship to Darwin's theory of "evolution."
Magical Approach: Seth Speaks About the Art of Creative Living
In his seventh book, Seth introduces "the magical approach to life,"
a brilliant synthesis of the ideas of the Seth material. He covers
"assembly-line time" versus magical time, the failures of the rational
approach, the natural self as well as Seth's startling perspectives
on Christ and the crucifiction.
Way Toward Health
In the final days of Jane Roberts' life, Seth dictated his last book.
Seth offers challenging material on AIDS, our attitudes toward diet,
religion's relationship to disease, the role of doctors, spontaneous
healing, and much more. Perhaps most compelling are Rob's heartbreaking
descriptions of Jane's final days, and Seth, Rob and Jane's insights
into her deteriorating physical condition. Published posthumously
following Jane's death in 1984.
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