Friday, January 20, 2012


You are given the gifts of the gods,
You create your reality according to your beliefs.
Yours is the creative energy that makes your world.
There are no limitations to the self except those you believe in.

-Seth (As channelled by Jane Roberts) in
'The Nature Of Personal Reality, Chap. 22, Session 677' -

It's hard to believe, isn't it? Another weekend is upon us. Seems he weeks fly by so quickly now that I hardly know they were there. We're in for some rather inclement weather tomorrow...sleet and rain. Couldn't wait until Sunday, could it? Had to be stormy on the day I head for the supermarket. 

I've decided this week that I'm going to pick up some baking supplies. I'm actually very anxious about it. Haven't baked now in about 13 years. I tried the first two years at the other house, but it was just too difficult and no fun the way the kitchen was set up. Pound cake is on the well as some scones. (Robin, you had my mouth watering when you mentioned it). Heck, maybe even some hot cinnamon buns as a treat.

Has anyone here read the Seth materials? Way back then I read them all.

You share an existence with others who are experiencing their own journeys in their own ways, and you
have journeying in common, then. Be kind to yourself and to your companions."

Seth was a personality who is no longer living in our physical reality, and from late in 1963 until 1984, when Jane passed away, Seth spoke through Jane Roberts. The readings were recorded both in long hand and later on audio tape. Collectively the sessions are frequently referred to as the Seth material. Don't know if it was a hoax, but he had a lot of good things to say. 

Seth often spoke of 'creating your own reality.' We truly reap what we sow. And I also think our thoughts are much more powerful then we realize. You are indeed living what you believe. For example, if one believes they are a failure, this experience is perpetuated in various repeat situations throughout their life. When we finally look into the self and face these irrational beliefs and fears of failure, a release is achieved, and a way is found to come to know self is no failure. Sound familiar? Pretty much like the more recent Toltec teachings. 

The Seth books have sold over 7 million copies and been translated into 11 languages. Most of the original material has been archived at the Yale University library.

Seth Speaks: The Eternal Validity of the Soul

The Nature of Personal Reality: A Seth Book

The "Unknown" Reality, Volumes I & II

The Nature of the Psyche: Its Human Expression

The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events: A Seth Book

Dreams, "Evolution," and Value Fulfillment, Volumes I & II

The Magical Approach

The following are a few more of my favorite quotes:

"As long as you fight for greed and gain, there will be no peace."

"You create your reality according to your beliefs and expectations, therefore you should examine these carefully. If you do not like some aspect of your world, then examine your own expectations" 

"...if you do not have a loving concern for the environment in which you dwell, it will no longer sustain you - you will not be worthy of it. You will not be destroying the planet, you see. You will not be destroying the birds, or the flowers, or the grain, or the animals. You will not be worthy of them, and they will be destroying you."

"Realize that your physical experience and environment is the materialization of your beliefs. If you find great exuberance, health, effective work, abundance, smiles on the faces of those who you meet, then take it for granted that your beliefs are beneficial. If you see a world that is good, people like you, take it for granted again, that your beliefs are beneficial. But if you find poor health, a lack of meaningful work, a lack of abundance, a world of sorrow and evil, then assume your beliefs are faulty and begin examining them."

"You should tell yourself frequently, I will only react to constructive suggestions, for this gives you some protection against your own negative thoughts and those of others."

May you all have a wonderful weekend.


  1. i hope you have a good weekend too and hopefully the weather will not be to bad...good luck with the backing.

  2. Oh boy scones! Have fun baking!!! I know nothing about Seth, so perhaps a little research is in order. Have a good weekend, and stay safe in the sleet!

  3. Oh my, if you get snow/ice on your grocery shopping day......... Couldn't you "step back and punt"?

    Wouldn't a few peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for dinners, be better, than falling while shopping? And breaking a leg? -sigh-

    "January is a stretch of peace
    when one lives in the moment,
    forced by weather and whim to
    sit still and do some accounting."

    ~Catherine Calvert

  4. I never read Jane Roberts' Seth materials but I loved her Oversoul Seven novels. More accessible, I think.

  5. Have a safe and happy weekend baking Mary...scones sound wonderful. :) I'll have to send you my easy peasy banana bread takes all of 15 minutes to make and is sooo worth it. I've got lots to share if you need some good ones that aren't too much work at all. Anyway...
    Thanks for the Birthday Song and are too adorable Sister! :) I love you so very much! It is horrid weather here and I'm still waiting for my fried to come do my shopping...sure hope she shows up soon. I worry about driving in this stuff even tho we are veterans in Wisconsin.
    Sending Baking Blessings and Lots of Love!

  6. Recipes are welcome. It's been a long time since I've baked I am a little rusty, but they say it is like riding a bike. You never forget.

  7. Good luck with the baking. Yum! I read some of the Seth books way back. Hope the weather is not too bad.