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FREE and ALMOST-FREE STUFF!! / Re: Free Audio Read Multiple Seth Books
« Last post by Deb on June 13, 2018, 05:35:06 PM »
Quote from: T.M.
I like that he doesn't read the notes either, just the sessions.

That's a big "selling" point for me. When reading the books for the first time, I read every endnote because I didn't want to miss a thing and Rob really did add a lot of background info, details and explanations. But reading for a second time I tend to skip the notes and that speeds things up considerably.

I've been thinking what I'd love to have some day is every one of the sessions, in one place, in numerical order. The findingseth.com search engine could probably do that, but the owner is concerned about copyright issues so that will not be a possibility unless he works something out with Laurel.
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FREE and ALMOST-FREE STUFF!! / Re: Free Audio Read Multiple Seth Books
« Last post by T.M. on June 13, 2018, 02:25:24 PM »
I'm listening to him now. :)
I've always had a hard time sitting and reading The Unknown Reality.
I like the way he reads. Clearly and easy to understand. There's a few people on YouTube that attempt to read Seth's books. By far he's the best and has the most to choose from.
I like that he doesn't read the notes either, just the sessions.

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FREE and ALMOST-FREE STUFF!! / Re: Free Audio Read Multiple Seth Books
« Last post by Deb on June 13, 2018, 09:22:55 AM »
Wow T.M., thanks for the link. What a treasure! I know what I'll be doing this afternoon. :)

I have a free shareware called YouTube to MP3 Converter that allows me to download the audio from YouTube videos in mp3 format so I can put it in iTunes and then on my phone. It works really well, has given me lots of great things to listen to when I go on my long daily walks.

https://www.mediahuman.com/products.html
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Questions / Explanations / Re: The age of Trump
« Last post by WindWalker on June 12, 2018, 02:52:00 PM »
Quote from: LarryH
Quote from: T.M.
This does raise something. We create our own reality, collectively as well. I wonder at times how much an individual can do in the face of a collective, one disagrees with. The Individual vs. a mass thought form.

The way I look at that is that, while we are in the same collective reality, our individual experience of that reality varies considerably. One may have chosen to be born at a time, place, and circumstance that is highly influenced by our collective reality, or that same collective reality may for another have little influence other than entertainment or mild concern regarding the nightly news. I try to remember not to obsess about my worst fears regarding political stuff because that just adds energy to those probabilities. Also, reacting to what might be, when it is not yet so, confuses the body and sends stress signals based on phantom threats.


I agree wholeheartedly Larry and as ive said im mostly happy go lucky. The idea of going without much needed health insurance threw me for a loop and was a wake up call on how to better handle situations beyond my control that directly affect me. I appreciate your wisdom.
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FREE and ALMOST-FREE STUFF!! / Free Audio Read Multiple Seth Books
« Last post by T.M. on June 12, 2018, 01:27:15 PM »
There's a guy on YouTube who reads most of Seth's books. He pretty much just does the sessions and not the notes.
I listen to him a lot and really appreciate having this available. I go to playlist and just click on whatever book I want to listen too.
I thought maybe others would also appreciate hearing this also.

Tim Hart Hart
https://www.youtube.com/user/Timhart1144/playlists?disable_polymer=1
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Seth & Other Teachers / Re: "Telepathy Rules" from Lynda Madden Dahl
« Last post by T.M. on June 12, 2018, 01:16:51 PM »
Hi and Thank you Sena!
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Seth & Other Teachers / Re: "Telepathy Rules" from Lynda Madden Dahl
« Last post by Sena on June 12, 2018, 07:05:43 AM »
Hi T.M., welcome to the forum.
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Seth & Other Teachers / Re: "Telepathy Rules" from Lynda Madden Dahl
« Last post by T.M. on June 11, 2018, 05:01:02 PM »
I have 4 of her books on kindle and am going to get back to reading them.  She has helped me with a deeper understanding of Seth's ideas in the past.
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Questions / Explanations / Re: The age of Trump
« Last post by T.M. on June 11, 2018, 04:30:52 PM »
 I'm just thinking of the telepathic environment of a mass thought form, and by virtue of size, how much it can potentially influence a person. I've wondered about that for awhile.
I don't get to caught up in news or politics much anymore :)
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Questions / Explanations / Re: The age of Trump
« Last post by LarryH on June 11, 2018, 04:13:39 PM »
Quote from: T.M.
This does raise something. We create our own reality, collectively as well. I wonder at times how much an individual can do in the face of a collective, one disagrees with. The Individual vs. a mass thought form.

The way I look at that is that, while we are in the same collective reality, our individual experience of that reality varies considerably. One may have chosen to be born at a time, place, and circumstance that is highly influenced by our collective reality, or that same collective reality may for another have little influence other than entertainment or mild concern regarding the nightly news. I try to remember not to obsess about my worst fears regarding political stuff because that just adds energy to those probabilities. Also, reacting to what might be, when it is not yet so, confuses the body and sends stress signals based on phantom threats.
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