Tuesday, August 31, 2010

More Seth

Here are some more quotes from Seth's "Nature of Personal Reality":

"Action is thought in physical motion, outwardly perceived."  This strikes me as a simple yet profound statement.  It reminds me a bit of Lazaris view that our reality is "God in motion".

Here is a longer quote on personal power in the present moment and how we can disempower the moment by clinging to old, limiting memories rather than the beautiful memories.  It expands the Abraham-Hicks "joy" theme to include the selection of past memories that we choose to remember in the present:

"The present is the point of power.

"If you fully comprehend your power in the present, you will realize that action at that point also alters the past, its beliefs and your reactions.

"... your present beliefs, in a manner of speaking, are like the directions given to the entire personality, simultaneously organizing and reorganizing past experience according to your current concepts of reality.

"... to look backward for the course of current problems can lead you into the habit of seeking only negative episodes from your past, and prevent you from experiencing it as a source of pleasure, accomplishment, or success.

"You are structuring your earlier life through the dissatisfactions of the present, and therefore reinforcing your problems.

"A great many unsatisfactory conditions result because individuals become frightened at various periods in their lives, doubt themselves, and begin to concentrate upon "negative" aspects."
Enjoy in the present moment!

Monday, August 16, 2010


Here is an interesting description of the state of grace from page 150 of Jane Roberts, The Nature of Personal Reality, Amber-Allen Publishing, San Rafael, California, 1995:

"The state of grace is a condition in which all growth is effortless, a transparent, joyful acquiescence that is a ground requirement of all existence. Your own body grows naturally and easily from its time of birth, not expecting resistance but taking its miraculous unfolding for granted; using all of itself with great, gracious, creatively aggressive abandon.

“You were born into a state of grace, therefore. It is impossible for you to leave it. You will die in a state of grace whether or not special words are spoken for you, or water or oil is poured upon your head. You share this blessing with the animals and all other living things. You cannot ‘fall out of’ grace, nor can it be taken from you.

“You can ignore it. You can hold beliefs that blind you to its existence [i.e., repress or dissociate it]. You will still be graced but unable to perceive your own uniqueness and integrity, and blind also to other attributes with which you are automatically gifted.

“Love perceives the grace in another."
Grow in grace!  Love gracefully!