Seth

A Quote by Jane Roberts on jane roberts and seth

SETH said:  The temporal rose, contains eternal seeds in which the entire universe (and you and I) are all implied.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 154

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on seth, jane roberts, change, action, actualization, and purpose

SETH said:  There is nothing more stimulating, more worthy of actualization, than the desire to change the world for the better.  That is indeed each person's mission.  You begin by working in that area of activity that is your own unique one, with your own life and activities.  You begin in the corner of an office, or on the assembly line, or in the advertising agency, or in the kitchen.  You begin where you are.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 213

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on seth, jane roberts, coherence, inclusion, and exclusion

SETH said (paraphrased):  The universe expands… as an idea expands; and as sentences are built upon words… and paragraphs upon sentences, and each retains its own logic and continuity and evidence within that framework, so do all portions of the universe appear to to you with that same cohesiveness,  A sentence is meaningful because of the organization of its letters, vowels, syllables.  It makes sense, however, not only because of the letters or vowels or syllables that are used within it, but because of all the letters, vowels, or syllables it excludes.  The same applies to your universe.  It has meaning, coherence and order not only because of those realities that are obvious to you but also because of those inner realities that are "unspoken" or hidden.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 230

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on jane roberts, seth, change, improvement, and purpose

SETH said:  The job of trying to make the world a better place seems impossible, for it appears that you have no power, and any small private beneficial action that you can take seems so puny in contrast to this generalized idea that you dismiss them sardonically, and so you do not try to use your power constructively.  You do not begin with your own life, with your own job, or with your own associates.  What difference can it make to the world if you are a better salesperson, or plumber, or office worker, or car salesman, for Christs sake?  What can one person do?    Yet that is precisely where first of all you must begin to exert yourself.  There, on your jobs and in your associations, are the places where you intersect with the world.  Your impulses directly effect the world in those relationshps.  Many of you are convinced that you are not important and while [each of] you feels that way it will seem that your actions have no effect upon the world.  You will purposefully keep your ideals generalized, thus saving yourself from the necessity of acting upon them in the one way open to you; by trusting yourself anad your impulses, and impressing those that you meet in daily life with the full validity that is your own.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 250

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on seth, jane roberts, and creating

SETH said:  Each person alive helps paint the living picture of civilization as it exists at any given time, in your terms.  Be your own best artist.  Your thoughts, feelings, and expectations are like the living brush strokes with which you paint your corner of lifes landscape.  If you do your best in your own life, then you are indeed helping to improve the quality of all life.  Your thoughts are as real as snowflakes or raindrops or clouds.  They mix and merge with the thoughts of others, to form mans' living-scape, providing the vast mental elements from which physical events will be formed.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 295

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on jane roberts, seth, actualization, and natural law

SETH said:  You were born with an in-built recognition of your own goodness.  You were born with inner recognition of your rightness in the universe.  You were born with a desire to fulfill your abilities, to move and act in the world.  Those assumptions are the basis of what I will call natural law.  You are born loving.  You are born compassionate.  You are born curious about yourself and your world.  Those attributes also belong to natural law.  You are born knowing that you possess a unique, intimate sense of being that is itself, and that seeks it's own fulfillment, and the fulfillment of others.  You are born seeking the actualization of the ideal.  You are born seeking to add value to the quality of life, to add characteristics, energies, abilities to life that only you can individually contribute to the world, and to attain a state of being that is uniquely yours, while adding to the value and fulfillment of the world.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 253

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on jane roberts, seth, cause and effect, magical thinking, intuition, and logic

SETH said:  Logic deals with exterior conditions, with cause and effect relationships.  Intuitions deal with immediate experience of the most intimate nature, with subjective motions and activities that in your terms move far quicker than the speed of light, and with simultaneous events that your cause and effect level is far too slow to perceive.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events (A Seth Book), Pages: 42

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on seth, jane roberts, present moment, beliefs, past, and past beliefs

Seth emphatically says: THE PRESENT IS THE POINT OF POWER.  According to him the point of power is where flesh and matter meet with spirit.  That juncture embodies the actions and beliefs we choose to draw from all previous points of power.  From our current present we project, for better or worse, those choices, plus any new ones we may decide upon, into each of the presents we'll be creating throughout the rest of our lives.  The contents of our projections, then, are of supreme importance. 

As Seth suggests through even a five minute exercise, in which we sit quietly and look about, we can become aware that the present is the point of power.  In his exercise, we gently remind ourselves that we aren't at the mercy of our past beliefs unless we think we are.  We have the full freedom to insert new creative goals in our point-of-power exercises.  Next, we relax, to give our fresh suggestions time to begin working within us.  Next, physically we make a simple gesture or act, no matter how modest, that is in line with our desires for the future.  Periodically we repeat the exercise --- but easily, without pressure, confident that we're doing well.  Action is thought in physical motion, Seth tells us.... In The Nature of Personal Reality Seth deals extensively with the point of power, its exercises and meanings and benefits.  See especially sessions 656-57 in Chapter 15.

Jane Roberts

Source: The Magical Approach: Seth Speaks About the Art of Creative Living (Roberts, Jane), Pages: 57

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