Author Topic: The Personal Sessions (c. 2003 - 2006)  (Read 2808 times)

Offline Dandelion

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A total of 7 books which contain both full sessions and deleted portions of regular sessions.  Most of these sessions are identified only by date.  Deleted portions of regular sessions were cross-referenced with the session number.  I have included the session number range and what regular books were being worked on during the same time frame for general correlation purposes only.  Some sessions and partial sessions are personal ones, while others are ones that were not previously published because they were either overlooked or didn't fit in with any of the regularly published books. 

Book 1 (c. 2003):  Nov. 15, 1965 - Dec. 6, 1971  (Sessions 208 - 598, early sessions thru Seth Speaks)

Book 2 (c. 2003):  Dec. 8, 1971 - Nov. 27, 1973  (Sessions 599 - 670, Nature of Personal Reality)

Book 3 (c. 2004):  Dec. 3, 1973 - Aug. 22, 1977  (Sessions 679 - 809, Unknown Reality & Nature of the Psyche)

Book 4 (c. 2004):  Aug. 27, 1977 - Aug. 28, 1978  (Sessions 810 - 830, first part of Mass Events)

Book 5 (c. 2005):  Aug. 30, 1978 - Dec. 10, 1980  (Sessions 831 - 938, Mass Events, Magical Approach, DEVF Vol 1 & 2)

Book 6 (c. 2005):  Dec. 15, 1980 - May 10, 1982  (Sessions 931 - 939, rest of DEVF Vol 2)

Book 7 (c. 2006):  May 14, 1982 - Jan. 2, 1984  (No numbered sessions, Way Toward Health started where this left off)

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Paperbacks can be purchased from Seth Center:
Eventually they plan on issuing this series as Kindle books but have not indicated a time frame.

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Offline Dandelion

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I'm only about halfway through this series but am finding them really helpful.  The regular Seth books are focused on presenting the concepts, explaining them, and providing ways of using them.  The Personal Sessions books provide a living, ongoing example of the challenges of applying them.  It shows just how complex a belief system can be and some of the many different ways one can get stuck trying to unravel one's interwoven web of beliefs (which are based on both personal and cultural information) and then change them to a new, more constructive system.  Some of the information is specific to Jane and Rob's situation, but much of it can be used in a more general way. 


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Hi Icegoman,

Are you new to this site.

If so, then welcome aboard and if not, then Hi, I don't think we'll talked before, its nice to meet you.  :)


Offline BruceRon

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This series is such a blind spot for me. I've been meaning to read those books for ages now.


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