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Hi All,

In Seth Speaks, Chapter 4, Session 521, (see quotes below) Seth uses a “play” analogy to describe how we create the props, the theme, the settings as well as, write, act and produce the entire production of our lives.  Furthermore he also says that we get so involved in this, that we forget that these are our own creations. Then he tells us there are many other plays going on simultaneously. These other plays are our reincarnational lives.

Next, Seth says that we are the multidimensional self who has all of these existences, and who creates and takes part in all of these plays.

He then tells us that we have the knowledge of our entire multidimensional personality at our fingertips. Along with this, he says that this knowledge allows us to solve the problems and challenges that we have set for ourselves, quicker.

After this he says that to the extent, that we allow the intuitions and knowledge of the multidimensional self to flow through our conscious self, we are able to perform our role in the play more effectively.

Finally he says that our multidimensional personality, our true identity, the real you, is conscious of itself, as itself, in any of these roles.

Do you ever consciously think of yourself as your multidimensional self?

Do you regularly allow the intuitions and knowledge of your multidimensional self to flow through your conscious self?

If not, is this the reason why we have struggles and difficulties in our lives?

What do you think?

Seth Speaks, Chapter 4, Session 521:

[…] Consider your present self as an actor in a play; hardly a new analogy, but a suitable one. The scene is set in the twentieth century. You create the props, the settings, the themes; in fact you write, produce, and act in the entire production — you and every other individual who takes part.

You are so focused in your roles, however; so intrigued by the reality that you have created, so entranced by the problems, challenges, hopes, and sorrows of your particular roles that you have forgotten they are of your own creation. […]

But there are other plays going on simultaneously, in which you also have a part to play. These have their own scenery, their own props. They take place in different periods of time. One may be called “Life in the twelfth century A.D.” One may be called “Life in the eighteenth century,” or “in 500 B.C.,” or “in A.D. 3000.” You also create these plays and act in them. These settings also represent your environment, the environment that surrounds your entire personality.

I am speaking of the portion of you who is taking part in this particular period piece, however; and that particular portion of your entire personality is so focused within this drama that you are not aware of the others in which you also play a role. […]


(10:26.) You are the multidimensional self who has these existences, who creates and takes part in these cosmic passion plays, so to speak. It is only because you focus in this particular role now that you identify your entire being with it.

Then Seth says:


[…] You have the knowledge of your entire multidimensional personality at your fingertips. When you realize that you do, this knowledge allows you to solve the problems or meet the challenges you have set, quicker, in your terms; and also opens further areas of creativity by which the entire play or production can be enriched.

(11:08.) To the extent, therefore, that you allow the intuitions and knowledge of the multidimensional self to flow through the conscious self, to that extent not only do you perform your role in the play more effectively, but also you add new energy, insights, and creativity to the entire dimension.

Now it seems to you, of course, that you are the only conscious part of yourself, for you are identifying with the actor in this particular production. The other portions of your multidimensional personality, in these other reincarnational plays, are also conscious, however. And because you are a multidimensional consciousness, “you” are also conscious in other realities beside these.

Your multidimensional personality, your true identity, the real you, is conscious of itself, as itself, in any of these roles.

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Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by jbseth on February 16, 2019, 11:45:04 AM »
Hi Baharp, Hi Dougdi, Hi All,

It appears to me that we have 2 new members of this forum.  Yea.  :)

Welcome, to this forum Baharp and Dougdi. I look forward to hearing from both of you in the days, weeks, and months ahead.


Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by dougdi on February 16, 2019, 05:43:55 AM »
I just read this yesterday in The Early Class Sessions Book 1:

“There is a short time between lives when you rest and when you take stock of what you have learned and where you are. But true peace is within you now. And if you do not realize it, it is not because peace does not exist. It is because you have closed yourselves off from peace, and joy springs out of peace. Joy cannot come from unease and dissatisfaction. You will not find peace after this unless you know peace within yourselves now. The kingdom of peace is not on some planet, not four blocks down and three blocks across, not a million light years away and miraculously will you find it. The kingdom of peace is within each of you now and if you realize this, then indeed you dwell in peace and from peace comes your security and confidence and joy."
Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by Deb on February 15, 2019, 11:41:26 PM »
Quote from: Baharp
feel some peace

@Baharp please also consider this, my favorite quote from Seth ever:

Quote from: Seth
What you do is good. What you are is good. You have only to tell yourself that until you believe it, because it is the truth. You are unique. There is no other in this room like you. There is no other in this universe or any other universe like you. You are completely unique and through you the energy of All That Is flows in a completely unique, original and never to be duplicated pattern. Therefore what you are is eternally, with meaning and purpose, and rings to the universe. Your thoughts change worlds, worlds of which you are aware and worlds of which you are not aware. I speak to you, but I speak also to each of you, for you are each unique and like no other, and All That Is flows through you in a way that it can flow through no other. The experiences that you have can happen to no other in precisely the same way. The smile that you give can be given in no other way. You can smile as an individual in a way that no other human being, dead or alive, can smile. And the touch of your hand can change a life in a way that no other individual, alive or dead, could change that life. You act upon those that you know and those that you do not know in ways that no other individual can ever act. In each of you resides a uniqueness that is never recaptured, no matter how many times you are reincarnated. The self that you are now is unique and therefore it is highly important that you honor the self that you are, through which the vitality of the universe shines. Honor yourself as you would honor the gods. Then indeed do you also honor others? Deny yourself and you deny others. The truths, the honesty, and if you will forgive me, the magic of the universe shines through your eyes and your skin. Then why should you say I am wrong? You are the reflection of All That Is as it has never been reflected before and never will again. Therefore have trust in the nature of your being and I speak now to each of you. Your cells realize those truths. They are themselves and they sing to the universe of your being. Then should you sing to the universe as you know it, as cleanly and as filled with joy? So then rejoice in what you are and each of you never to be duplicated, never again to be known. Yet you are eternally forever renewed in mysteries that you cannot understand so know yourselves honor yourselves.  26:13

Seth-Related Discussions / Re: "I have no name" vs. "We Are Seth"
« Last post by jbseth on February 15, 2019, 10:00:04 PM »
Hi Deb, Hi All,

I found this, “We are” quote by Seth Two, in Seth Speaks the other day and just now got around to posting it. I do find this “we are” statement to be interesting. I’m really not quite sure what to make if it.

Seth Speaks, Chapter 22, Session 588

We are the voices who speak without tongues of our own. We are sources of that energy from which you come. We are creators, yet we have also been created. We seeded your universe as you seed other realities.

We do not exist in your historical terms, nor have we known physical existence. Our joy created the exaltation from which your world comes. Our existence is such that communication must be made by others to you.

Verbal symbols have no meaning for us. Our experience is not translatable. We hope our intent is. In the vast infinite scope of consciousness, all is possible. There is meaning in each thought. We perceive your thoughts as lights. They form patterns. (Each syllable was so carefully and separately pronounced.)

Because of the difficulties of communication, it is nearly impossible for us to explain our reality. Know only that we exist. We send immeasurable vitality to you, and support all of those structures of consciousness with which you are familiar. You are never alone. (Pause.) We have always sent emissaries to you who understand your needs. Though you do not know us, we cherish you.

Seth is a point in my reference, in our reference. He is an ancient portion of us. (Pause.) We are separate but united. (Long pause.) Always the spirit forms the flesh.


Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by chasman on February 15, 2019, 09:42:23 PM »
I care too Baharp.
and I am concerned for you too.
I don't know for sure what Seth said about suicide.
I read a lot (if not all), the Seth books many years ago.
I'm gonna make some guesses about what he said though.

you are a part of All That Is (Seth's term for God).

so, you are a portion of God.
so, no suicide.

be gentle with yourself.
look at yourself, the way you would look at a beloved friend.
be as gentle with yourself, as if you were a beloved friend.
no suicide.

you are here for a reason.
don't give up.

whatever your troubles are, there are solutions.
you can get through this.
you are innately good.
you were born good.
and you are still good now.

I hope you are feeling better.

Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by jbseth on February 15, 2019, 08:48:29 PM »
Hi Baharp,

Unfortunately Seth is not readily available to talk to any of us real time about our problems and sometimes we really need that in our lives.  My wife, who use to volunteer at the Portland Women Crisis Line, gave me the following list of phone numbers. Please call one of these numbers and connect with someone who can talk to you about your situation.

We care.



National Suicide Prevention: (800) 273 - 8255

Mental Health Hotline: (877) 960 - 5139

Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800) 784 – 2433

Seth-Related Discussions / Re: Seth on suicide
« Last post by Deb on February 15, 2019, 05:11:52 PM »
Quote from: Baharp
I am wondering about what says about suicide? If you have any information on this, please tell me the  seth books where there is a discussion about suicide.

Please reconsider doing something like that. As they say, suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Being tired of life sounds like depression to me, which is a miserable way to feel. But a lot of times depression can come from imbalances in the body that can easily be remedied such Vitamin D deficiency (SAD), an under-active thyroid, hormone imbalances. A chemical imbalance. Reaction to some medications. Being lonely. I've felt depressed myself so I understand, and the difference in my feelings when correcting whatever deficiency I've had was like suddenly being myself again. No joke, it was like being a totally new person.

Please talk to a professional before making a decision as irreversible and monumental as this. Also consider who else would be affected by this—friends, family, even pets. They suffer when someone they love takes their own life. I've seen it.

Seth does talk about suicide, and you can find quotes on the Seth Search Engine.  Hopefully you have some of the books that the quotes will be taken from, because a lot of the text has been left out due to copyright concerns.

Please let us know how you are doing. I'm concerned for you. I mean that.
Hi Deb, Hi All,

I think my issue here is in grasping with the issues of what it is that we actually can do verses what it is that we actually can’t do.

In TES1, Session 11, Seth materialized a hand that Rob and Bill Macdonnel both saw and touched.

In TES2, Session 47, Rob described a bi-location experience that he had, where he was resting on his bed and suddenly found his awareness in a building that he was familiar with in New York City and he saw a woman struggling with a window.

Then in TES2, Session 48, Seth described another bi-location method whereby a person resting on a bed, could diffuse his energies and create a second that would be visible at another location (see quotes from TES2, Session 48 below).

To me, both of these things would appear to violate, what I would consider to be root assumptions of this reality.  Given that these 2 things apparently are possible, I no longer necessarily believe that other things, which appear to violate root assumptions, are necessarily impossible.

Maybe we can change the weather? Maybe we can have a garden with no weeds?

I’m not saying that I know that we can. It’s just that I no longer necessarily accept the belief that we can’t.

Does that make sense?

TES2, Session 48

[…] Another method is somewhat more complicated and involves a diffusion of energies, a partially-visible secondary camouflage body appearing in a new location, while the original body remains in its original position.

In this case the body would appear visible on the bed while another, identical body would appear in the new location to which the personality-essence had traveled. In this case a potential observer would see what would appear to be an ordinary physical being.

Conversation could then be carried on. There are gradations in the degree of materialization here, in that the secondary body would be absolutely normal-appearing in all respects, or could be less so, according to the ability of the traveler. You have done very well this evening.


Seth-Related Discussions / Seth on suicide
« Last post by Baharp on February 15, 2019, 03:29:56 PM »
Hi everyone,
I am wondering about what says about suicide? If you have any information on this, please tell me the  seth books where there is a discussion about suicide. I am very tired of life and feel like I have done whatever I could and beyond that to improve my situation. I would like to exit this life and feel some peace at last.
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