QuoteNew ideas are not accepted easily. When they take fire however, they literally sweep through the universe.
Cobban, James . Nursery of the Gods: The Consciousness Paradigm, or the Science of Seth (p. 1). Édition du Kindle.
QuoteThe physicists have their hands on the doorknob.
QuoteThe study of so-called extrasensory perception is now considered an isolated, bizarre domain, unrelated to other fields of knowledge... The pieces to the puzzle are at mankind's fingertips, but he has put together an awkward, ill-fitting miniature model universe of a puzzle with which he is afraid to part.
QuoteIt will be shown that personalities continue to exist after physical death, and then it will not seem so strange that those such as myself can communicate.
QuoteYour most pragmatic scientist is even now forced to admit that solid objects are not solid; and the interesting sidelight of this fact must be that your faithful, tried and true, so-called dependable outer senses are in reality lovely liars, since the eyes see a chair as solid while the chair is not solid at all. The outside senses are therefore fabricators of the most delightful sort.
QuoteHumanity dreams the same dream at once, and you have your mass world. The whole construction however is like an educational play in which you are the producers as well as the actors... The whole self is the observer, and also a participator in many roles.
QuoteYou are learning to be co-creators. You are learning to be gods as you now understand the term.
Quote from: steff74 on March 30, 2023, 06:20:49 AMQuote from: inavalan on March 15, 2023, 10:04:01 PM"... the document ended with these forbidding words: "Food, sleep, sex, disease, old age and death are 'bad mental habits'. We must rid ourselves of them."
My thoughts about reading the book ended at this point. Just another 'illuminated' tells us that sex is bad. This gibberish got rather boring over the centuries. We must rid ourselves of sex? Under this circumstances the author wouldn't even (re)incarnate.
Avoiding food and sleep ... best ideas ever. If you avoid food you'll get sick and you'll starve to death. But then there's even two 'bad mental habits' we should avoid. What now?
See, that's the reason why I like Seth, Neville, Zeland: They don't live in an Ivory Tower, you can apply their advices in your life more or less easily. But you can apply them.
Quote from: inavalan on March 15, 2023, 10:04:01 PM"... the document ended with these forbidding words: "Food, sleep, sex, disease, old age and death are 'bad mental habits'. We must rid ourselves of them."
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