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Started by Dandelion, December 13, 2016, 04:00:08 PM
Quote from: MonicaMy impulse 'suggested' a course home that meant I walked past a bookshop
Quote from: SenaI am a huge fan of the Seth-dictated literature, but find Jane's own writings to be somewhat dithery, belabored and feminine (in the not-so-good sense of that word). Lovers of Seth's virile, direct prose will be disappointed, yet completists may want to read this.
Quote from: DebI started listening to Psychic Politics a few days ago and have been blown away by the book. I'd resisted reading it for a while because the title didn't sound interesting, but after having recently finished Nature of the Psyche I decided to get into this one. I've also started re-reading Conversations With Seth. I read this very early on, and I think I'll get a lot more out of it now that I have a lot more Seth under my belt. But that will be another topic.
Quote from: T.M.That's just beautiful poetry!!The next few sentences remind me, when I was very young, probably 12, or something around that age. I started having a series of recognition dreams. Nothing major or earth shattering, just small snippets of daily life. I really started wondering about time and events, still do today.at that time, it really seemed to me that the events of our lives had already happened, like the next few days, and we in 3D are just catching up to those events.it really confused me and I asked the dreams to stop. I still regret that. At the time, it was too much. When I got older I studied much occult type literature. I think the time frame is 3 days, for the type of dreams I was having. That matches up for when the dreams events came true.That's kind of why I find probable time lines fascinating!
Quote from: jbsethI thinkof the nerve ends of the universe,crisscrossing in a cosmosof interrelatednesswe can hardly understand.
Quote from: jbsethGiven this then, do you suppose that there is something similar, for example, for artists, who can perhaps likewise tap into "the Art Gallery", an art gallery of the psyche.If so, then what about musicians, conductors, actors, playwrights, magicians, etc.
Quote from: T.M.I remember Seth said , electricity is a by product of forces we don't yet understand. A ghost type image.
Quote from: T.M.It will tie together aspects of science, psychology and religion, alien appearances/effects in our realmOf course Seth!! And hopefully put in an easy to understand explanation of reincarnation, per Seth.When I get going on it, I will post a separate thread
Quote from: Sena (quoting Seth)"Telepathy will be proven without a doubt, and utilized, sadly enough in the beginning, for purposes of war and intrigue."
Quote from: LarryHQuote from: Sena (quoting Seth)"Telepathy will be proven without a doubt, and utilized, sadly enough in the beginning, for purposes of war and intrigue."This 1964 quote is 7 or 8 years before the government-funded Stanford Research Institute program to develop and use Remote Viewing as a supplement to conventional information-gathering, largely directed against U.S. adversaries.
Quote from: T.M.st (or highlight some text for a PARTIAL quote) Hi All,Hi Jbseth,I've no doubt there's inner libraries for musicians and artists as well. Any pursuit really. I've been reading more of NOPR. I think I'm getting it a little more. Every act is initially a mental one. Therefore it's possibilities are endless as its beginning isn't anchored in 3D reality, per se.I wonder where we are? Is our Entity in
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