Conversations with Seth, Volume 1

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Red Wheel/Weiser, Jan 1, 2005 - Religion - 251 pages
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In 1963, Jane Roberts met a spiritual entity named Seth. He spoke through her and the lessons he taught proved timeless and crucial. From 1968 to 1975, Roberts held an ESP class, during which she channeled Seth. Susan Watkins was a member of that class. The knowledge gained from Seth helped Watkins and her classmates face serious illness, painful relationships, financial hardship, and natural catastrophe. It also changed their lives.

In addition to being a well-written, highly entertaining historical account of the late Jane Roberts and her class, Conversations with Seth reveals the profound insights discovered by class members--insights into the origin of both the troubling and triumphant events in our lives and into the vast nature of human consciousness. Roberts' Seth material is consistently one of the top two most visited collections at the Yale University Archives. The story that launched the New Age movement.

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List of Illustrations
Who Said Truth Was Stranger Than Fiction?
The Cast of Class and How It Grew
In Which Tables Tipped
Who Hasnt Got a Secret?
Seth Assigns Us To Hear Ourselves Think
Life and Death and Similar Weird
The Sumari and Others Come Home
Survival of the Fitting?
Or How We Took
Seth II Mental
Health Healing and How We Walked Through
In Which Dream Fish

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Susan Watkins is the author of books in several genres. Her most recent is What a Coincidence!, which explores the meaning of coincidence in our lives. She lives in upstate New York.

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