Most of this blog will focus on the Seth books by Jane Roberts for the simple reason that they are making a difference in my life. I have finally found some answers that work for me, and from a most unexpected source—metaphysics, of all things. You see, it’s the practical application of information that matters most to me, so it didn’t occur to me that “woo-woo” metaphysics could provide me with effective tools to answer my questions, expand my understanding, and make constructive changes in my life. Perhaps it was desperation, after decades of searching for satisfactory answers, that caused me to look beyond the conventionally accepted explanations from religion, science, and psychology.
Books by Deepak Chopra, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, and other authors, as well as the Abraham-Hicks channeled material, encouraged me to continue exploring the field of metaphysics. But it wasn’t until I read my first Seth book, The Nature of Personal Reality, about 4 years ago, that I knew this was what I had been looking for. It resonated in a way that nothing else ever had.
What’s funny, and almost contradictory, is that even though I don’t fully understand all of the concepts and there’s certainly no scientific way of “proving” they’re true, my practical side doesn’t seem to care that much. It’s willing to make changes based on the ideas, as long as they help me resolve old issues and lead to a more fulfilling life.
I also realize that these ideas are not for everyone. They contradict most of what we have been taught all our lives. And there are no promises made of some sort of magical transformation. One’s life does not suddenly become trouble-free and filled only with wonderful things. There’s not even any clear-cut set of rules to follow.
Instead, it’s a new way of looking at things, a new way of making sense of the world. This shift in perspective can lead to new solutions and a new way of living. But it’s left up to each individual to decide what to do with the information presented in the books.