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Sleep, Dreams, OBEs, Altered States / Re: Synchronistic Events
« Last post by jbseth on December 11, 2018, 09:38:45 PM »
Hi All,

I was just looking at the site below: "116 Amazing Facts for People who like Amazing Facts (see site below)

http://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/smart-living/116-amazing-facts-for-people-who-like-amazing-facts/ss-AAnzXBJ?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=DELLDHP#image=61


and I literally just paged forward to item 61, which says that Brenda Lee was 13 years old when she recorded "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree".

At the very instant I paged forward to this item, the radio I was listening to started to play, "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree", by Brenda Lee.

I'd say that was a synchronous event. :)

jbseth
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Questions / Explanations / Re: "Displaced" session
« Last post by Deb on December 11, 2018, 05:19:18 PM »
Hi jbseth. YES, thank you!!! There are some unpublished sessions (Ron Card owns a few, they were thrown in as a gift when he bought a bunch of Jane and Rob's possessions) and there could even be more. Laurel has, I think, a lot of things still in her possession and once in a while she'll give a box or two to Mary to catalog. She's been selling off Jane and Rob's artwork, but so far they are a little out of my reach. One day the right painting will appear and I will then own a Jane Roberts original. :)

The sessions that were specifically personal to Rob and Jane, or maybe someone visiting, were left out of the books and later were published as The Personal Sessions. I think Rob even mentions in his narratives in the books things like, "the last session was personal" -- so was left out. Seven volumes' worth of Personal Sessions! There were the Early Class Sessions (four volumes), The Early Sessions (nine volumes!). There are also all of the audio cds available on Rick Stack's site, I'm not sure if any of what's in them appears in any of the books. My all-time favorite Seth quote is from the audio cds and I don't think it has been published anywhere. There are a ton of Seth quotes that are not in the findingseth.com search engine, because books such as Conversations with Seth or The God of Jane have not made it in to the database yet (or never will, since technically are not "Seth" books).

I've put up at a few posts about unpublished Seth Materials here and if anyone comes up with any more, I'd really appreciate them being added to that board. I'm still coming across Seth/Jane stuff that is new to me -- such as a woman who published "The Black Sheep -- A Seth/Jane Roberts Funzine" for 24 years. I'll be posting about that too. That was a new one for me.

Mary Dillman has a complete list of the sessions, starting with 1, on her Seth Research Project website and where to find them. There a are some with explanatory comments by Mary. I've also attached it here for convenience (and as I find sometimes things on other websites often disappear, SoS is my personal repository). And yes, according to the list, Session 876 is in GOJ.

BTW I'm still mentally working on the Christmas thing. :)

PS
I have to add that a fantasy of mine is to have a database where every Session can be assembled, from #1 to the last one. And everything in between. Just so I could experience the entire Seth phenomena from start to finish, in proper order. But to do that, I'd have to do what Mary Dillman did. And, due to copyright laws, I would not be able to share it with anyone.
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Questions / Explanations / "Displaced" session
« Last post by jbseth on December 11, 2018, 03:48:48 PM »
Hi All,

Recently, I’ve discovered that, within the Seth information, there is what I’ll call a “displaced” session; this is Session 876. Given this then, I suspect that there may be other displaced sessions located within the Seth information as well.

What do I mean by this? Here’s what I’m talking about.

Generally, in regards to the session numbers, the various Seth books were written, more or less, in chronological order.  Thus, “Seth Speaks” begins with Session 511 and ends with Session 596; “The Nature of Personal Reality” begins with Session 609 and ends with Session 677; “The Unknown Reality, Book 1” begins with Session 679 and ends with Session 704; and so on.

Both, between all of the Seth books and even within them, there are some sessions that are missing. Many, but not all, of these missing sessions, are located in the 7 “Personal Sessions” books.


Now here’s the thing, I believe that if you searched for Session 876, you won’t find it in any Seth book. Furthermore, I also believe that you also won’t find it in any of the 7 “Personal Sessions” books.

Does this mean that Session 876 a missing session? No. It turns out that this session is located in its entirety in Chapter 20 of the book, “The God of Jane”. Furthermore, other than the Yale Library, which I believe has all of Jane’s and Rob’s information, I don’t believe that this session is located in any other book by either Seth or Jane.

So, why am I making such a big deal about this? I’m making a big deal about this because this specific session contains some of the most interesting information that Seth gave on both Christ and Christianity.  If you’re interested in Seth’s comments about Christ and Christianity, then check out Chapter 20 in “The God of Jane”.


If anyone else is aware of any other, what I’m calling “displaced” sessions, could you please let the rest of us know about them.  Thanks.

jbseth
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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: The Meaning of Christmas
« Last post by jbseth on December 10, 2018, 10:28:48 PM »
Hi Larry,

Hey, I just read your post at the link above and that's a beautiful message. I really like it.

Thanks for sharing that with us.

jbseth
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What's New / Re: THE SETH HOUSE PROJECT
« Last post by jbseth on December 10, 2018, 10:21:37 PM »
Hi Deb,

That sounds like it would be an awesome trip. 

Along with the Yale Library and the house on Water Street in Elmira, I always thought that it would be interesting to see the "York Beach", Maine location where Jane and Rob saw their probable selves.

"When" you go (reality creation at work here :) ) I'm hoping that you'll take lot's of photo's and share them with us when you get back.

jbseth



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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: The Meaning of Christmas
« Last post by Deb on December 10, 2018, 10:53:36 AM »
Thanks Larry! I decided it deserved a new topic of its own so it doesn't get lost. I put it here: https://speakingofseth.com/index.php?topic=1595.msg12108#msg12108
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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: The Meaning of Christmas
« Last post by LarryH on December 10, 2018, 08:07:53 AM »
Okay, I put the quote in the Unpublished Material. People can use Deb's link above.
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What's New / Re: THE SETH HOUSE PROJECT
« Last post by Deb on December 10, 2018, 07:54:09 AM »
You're welcome! I've been working on some projects with Mary Dillman this past year, and we've talked about me going out to New Haven to visit. I've been wanting to see the Yale Library Jane Roberts Collection for years, thought I could also drive out to the Seth House and see it in person. So maybe late spring or early summer I'll get a chance to do both. I also have some friends in NJ, I may as well make it a week.

Ooooh, I just had the idea that I could visit a couple of Rob and Jane's houses, maybe some other notable places from the books. Seize the day (or opportunity)!
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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: The Meaning of Christmas
« Last post by Deb on December 10, 2018, 07:49:23 AM »
Christmas and Seth Christmas quotes are sprinkled around on this forum, just go to the home page and type Christmas into the search box. That being said, I LOVE unpublished Seth materials and even have a topic set up, "Unpublished Material." That board is mostly only available to members that have logged on. I did that to avoid any issues with copyrights or anything related. So @LarryH what if you post the paragraphs in that topic and then put the link here? I think I have something I can add too, just need to find it again. Guests that are not logged on can see the link, but won't be able to go to it.

@jbseth another great topic, thanks for starting this! I'll be responding later, I've been thinking about my feelings about Christmas (holidays in general) and how they've changed over the years. I need to examine my feelings a bit more, it's a nice way to get to know myself better. I really like Seth's description of what Christmas means.
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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: The Meaning of Christmas
« Last post by LarryH on December 09, 2018, 07:14:30 PM »
Many years ago, I was in a Seth group in California. The host had access to what were then unpublished transcripts of class sessions, and I ended up with a small collection. Using the Seth search engine, I could not find evidence that a "Special Xmas Message" has been published. It is a beautiful quote, and I would like to transcribe it here, but I would like to ask Deb if she thinks sharing an unpublished Seth quote would violate any ethical or legal rules. It is about 2 paragraphs from 12/19/72.
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