reply to post by johnquindell
Only two of us so far, I'm wondering if the William James book is rarer than most -- I use Abe books, but they hadn't a copy earlier this week.
Another interesting book which seems to agree with Seth's views, is "The Only Planet of Choice," which describes the activities and beliefs of a
group of aliens which contacted an American medium in the seventies. Their message is clear, urgent and vital -- we are here to learn to balance the
physical with the spiritual, so we should stop fighting amongst ourselves and grow up. (They put it better than I can.)
The book gives much information on the various types of alien life, and their differing levels of understanding and motivation -- it's a stunning
They mention Seth as a good source of information.
Best of luck with the book-hunt.
Many thanks thebtheb, for that rare bit of Seth - new to me, and very enjoyable. Since it goes in an unusual direction, perhaps it will help draw a
differently focussed readership into the fold. I've always accepted the idea of alien life, so it was a great relief when Seth first confirmed their
I find that sometimes I read the notes and background, but more often just the words of Seth. Although Jane and Robert's experiences add to the
there are times when I just want the meat. I mention this in case it helps new readers who may wish to ignore the "side-salad."
On the inside page of one of my Seth books is written :-
This book belongs to: Everybody.
I find that a useful reminder.
Warmest greetings to all Seth's friends here.