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seth speaks book II [short] review

hello dearest friends,

well here I am, back in dream world california. It feels so odd being here; like walking in a familiar dreamscape; now two days away from being back home in the most bizarre and yet normal place I know: burning man.

things these last weeks have been very intensely busy. so there has been no chance to add to my blog the stories that have become lately.

i promised a book review, but for now all i have time to do is summarize things:

hello dearest friends,

well here I am, back in dream world california. It feels so odd being here; like walking in a familiar dreamscape; now two days away from being back home in the most bizarre and yet normal place I know: burning man.

things these last weeks have been very intensely busy. so there has been no chance to add to my blog the stories that have become lately.

i promised a book review, but for now all i have time to do is summarize things:

Book I of Seth Speaks is more a general tour of concepts. Seth is an entity who speaks through Jane Robert’s during channeling sessions. In the first book he describes who he is, and runs through general concepts about reincarnation, life, death, purpose, multidimensional time, religions, higher purposes and the nature of reality and the soul.

Book II “Personal reality” focusses exclusively on the individual, your personal power, how each individual creates their own reality, the nature of illness / problems / challenges, the nature of growth, the multifaceted nature of being. It’s a book aimed at expanding one’s view of the self, the purpose of experience. Like the first it is deeply empowering above all else, I highly recommend this book as an essential read to anyone interested in metaphysical/psychology subjects.

Book II is great because it really focusses on a specific topic which means that quite a deep level of understanding can be explored. Self value / worth is such an essential topic it really is the basis for further learning, and thus makes the perfect and most logical extension to the first Seth book. The first book was more of a general broad introduction, and then this book targets the self specifically within its framework. While it is possible to read this book without reading the 1st book, it is worthwhile to already have read the first book for further insight.

Book III, where I am now is all about parallel / multidimensional time, concepts of probabilities, multiple selves, reincarnation etc. and is quite a heavy subject which I wouldn’t recommend reading before reading and digesting the first 2 books.