Recentering Seth: Teachings from a Multidimensional Entity on Living Gracefully and Skillfully in a World You Create But Do Not



A new synthesis and expansion of the groundbreaking Seth teachings

The Seth books, channeled by the late Jane Roberts in the 1970s, galvanized a whole generation of spiritual explorers. The entity known as Seth turned familiar mystical concepts into a radically new framework and introduced little known truths, including a unique understanding of how we create our own reality with our conscious beliefs. But in important ways, the Seth information hit a temporary dead end, especially through confusion about just what creating your own reality means.

After nearly 5 decades exploring Seth’s ideas, along with many other spiritual approaches, John Friedlander, a member of Jane Roberts’s original Seth classes in 1974, has reframed the groundbreaking Seth teachings, recentering them in the awareness that all consciousness expands in all directions. He synthesizes Sethian teachings with an eclectic variety of concepts, schools, and influences, from aura reading, healing, and interpersonal engagement as taught by Lewis Bostwick, to Buddhism, reincarnation, karma, and the Theosophical practice of the seven planes, to conscious dying, nondual awareness, multipersonhood, and communication theory. Sharing engaging discussions from his classes, the author examines how you do create your own reality, but that no one controls reality, which is spontaneous and surprisingly creative.

By recentering Seth in the awareness that all consciousness expands in all directions Friedlander reveals many ways to support the meaningful engagement of life as it is, bringing more pleasure not just to what is easy, but even to your tensions and contradictions.

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