The Wisdom of Seth Pours from the Pages.
Here is a Brief Sampling of the Teachings of Seth…

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“…you create your own reality…”
—Seth Speaks Chapter 11: Session 546, August 19, 1970

“What exists physically exists first in thought and feeling.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Preface by Seth: Session 609, April 10, 1972

“To change the world for the better, you must begin by changing your own life. There is no other way.”
—The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Chapter 10: Session 870, August 1, 1979

“Life is a gift (and not a curse). I am a unique, worthy creature in the natural world, which everywhere surrounds me, gives me sustenance, and reminds me of the greater source from which I myself and the world both emerge. My body is delightfully suited to its environment, and comes to me, again, from that unknown source which shows itself through all of the events of the physical world.

That feeling gives the organism the optimism, the joy, and the ever-abundant energy to grow. It encourages curiosity and creativity, and places the individual in a spiritual world and a natural one at once.”
The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Chapter 2: Session 814, October 8, 1977

“Suffering is not good for the soul, unless it teaches you how to stop suffering. That is its purpose.”
—Seth Speaks, Chapter 20: Session 580, April 12, 1971

“You are in physical existence to learn and understand that your energy, translated into feelings, thoughts and emotions, causes all experience. There are no exceptions.”
—The Nature of Personal Realty, Chapter 2: Session 614, September 13, 1972

“The experiment that would transform your world would operate upon the basic idea that you create your own reality according to the nature of your beliefs, and that all existence was blessed, and that evil did not exist in it. If these ideas were followed individually and collectively, then the evidence of your physical senses would find no contradiction. They would perceive the world and existence as good.”
Seth Speaks Chapter 11: Session 546, August 19, 1970

“You get what you concentrate upon. There is no other main rule.”
—The Nature of Personal Realty, Chapter 3: Session 617, September 25, 1972

“Know that within your physical atoms now the origins of all consciousness still sings …”
—The Early Class Session Book 1 Session 494, ESP Class Session, July 15, 1969

“Consciousness creates form. It is not the other way around. All personalities are not physical. It is only because you are so busily concerned with daily matters that you do not realize that there is a portion of you who knows that its own powers are far superior to those shown by the ordinary self.”
Seth Speaks Chapter 1: Session 511, January 21, 1970

“The truth as far as it can be stated is this: YOU FORM YOUR REALITY NOW, in capital letters, through the intersection of soul in flesh, and in your terms the present is your point of power.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 15: Session 657, April 18, 1973

“First of all, a soul is not something that you have. It is what you are.”
—Seth Speaks Chapter 6: Session 526, May 4, 1970

“Ideas not only alter the world constantly, they make it constantly.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 4: Session 622, October 18, 1972

“The personality is given the greatest gift of all; you get exactly what you want to get. You create from nothing the experience that is your own. If you do not like your experience, then look within yourself and change it. But realize also that you are responsible for your joys and triumphs, and that the energy to create any of these realities comes from the inner self. What you do with it is up to the individual personality.”
—Seth Speaks Appendix: ESP Class Session: Tuesday, February 9, 1971

“The interior drama, therefore, is always the important one. The “story of your life” is written by you, by each reader of this book. You are the author. There is no reason, therefore, for you to view the drama and feel trapped by it. The power to change your own condition is your own. You have only to exercise it.”
Seth Speaks Appendix: Session 594, September 13, 1971

“True creativity comes from enjoying the moments, which then fulfill themselves, and a part of the creative process is indeed the art of relaxation, the letting go, for that triggers magical activity…”
The Magical Approach Session One: August 6, 1980

“Each mental act opens up a new dimension of actuality. In a manner of speaking, your slightest thought gives birth to worlds. This is not a dry metaphysical statement. It should arouse within you the strongest feelings of creativity and speculation. It is impossible for any being to be sterile, for any idea to die, or any ability to go unfulfilled.”
Seth Speaks Chapter 16: Session 565, February 1, 1971

“Live every day to its fullest, and do not be a slave to your hopes for the future. If you do not learn to enjoy today you will not enjoy the future no matter what it may bring.”
The Early Sessions Book 8 Session 359 August 7, 1967

“You cannot appreciate your spirituality unless you appreciate your creaturehood. It is not a matter of rising above your nature, but of evolving from the full understanding of it. There is a difference.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 11: Session 642, February 21, 1973

“The natural healing of sound can happen also when you do such a simple thing as listen to the rain. You do not need drugs, hypnotism, or even meditation. You only need to allow and direct the freedom of your conscious mind. Left alone, it will flow through thoughts and images that provide their own therapy.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 10: Session 640, February 14, 1973

“…you were not born yesterday. Your soul was not born yesterday, in those terms, but before the annals of time as you think of time.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 1: Session 610, June 7, 1972

“For at no time are any events predestined. There should be no such word in your vocabulary, for with every moment you change, and every heartbeat is an action, and every action changes every other action.”
The Early Sessions Book 5 Session 204 November 1, 1965

“You create your life through the inner power of your being (pause), whose source is within you and yet beyond the selves that you know. Use those creative abilities with understanding abandon. Honor yourselves and move through the godliness of your being.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 22: Session 677, July 11, 1973

“Your desire or belief will literally be reaching back into time, teaching the nerves new tricks. “Definite reorganizations in that past will occur in your present, allowing you to behave in entirely new fashions. “Learned behavior therefore alters not only present and future but also past conduct.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 14: Session 654, April 9, 1973

“When you do not know what to do, relax and tell yourself that other portions of yourself do know; they will take over. Give yourself some rest. Remind yourself that in many ways you are a very successful person as you are. Success does not necessarily involve great intellect or great position or great wealth; it has to do with inner integrity. Remember that.”
Seth Speaks Appendix: ESP Class Session: Tuesday, January 12, 1971

“”I told you to tell yourself: I will only react to constructive suggestions. If however, you find yourself harboring a negative suggestion, then instantly counter it by replacing it with a constructive one.”
—The Early Sessions Book 7 Session 332 April 5, 1967

“What magicians we are, turning darkness into light, transforming invisible atoms into dazzling theater of the world, pulling objects, (people as well as rabbits) out of secret microscopic closets, turning winter into summer, making a palmful of moments disappear through time’s trap door. We learned the methods so long ago that they’re unconscious, and we’ve hypnotized ourselves into believing that we’re the audience, so I wonder where we served our apprenticeship. Under what master magicians did we learn to form reality so smoothly that we forgot to tell ourselves the secret?”
—The Magical Approach, Magic Show: A Poem by Jane Roberts, 1979

“The imagination, backed by great expectations, can bring about almost any reality within the range of probabilities.”
—Dreams, ‘Evolution’, and Value Fulfillment Book 1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979

“There is nothing more stimulating, more worthy of actualization, than the desire to change the world for the better. That is indeed each person’s mission (intently). You begin by working in that area of activity that is your own unique one, with your own life and activities. You begin in the corner of an office, or on the assembly line, or in the advertising agency, or in the kitchen. You begin where you are.”
The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Chapter 7: Session 850, May 2, 1979

“You must begin to trust yourself sometime. I suggest you do it now. If you do not then you will forever be looking to others to prove your own merit to you, and you will never be satisfied. You will always be asking others what to do, and at the same time resenting those from whom you seek such aid.”
—The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 22: Session 677, July 11, 1973

“You are so a part of the world that your slightest action contributes to its reality.”
—The Nature of the Psyche: Its Human Expression Chapter 7: Session 780, June 22, 1976

“Your breath changes the atmosphere. Your encounters with others alter the fabrics of their lives, and the lives of those who come in contact with them.”
—The Nature of the Psyche: Its Human Expression Chapter 7: Session 780, June 22, 1976

“Do not personally give any more conscious consideration, either of you, to events that you do not want to happen. (Long pause.) Any such concentration, to whatever degree, ties you in with those probabilities, so concentrate upon what you want, and as far as public events are concerned, take it for granted that sometimes even men are wiser than they know.”
—Dreams, ‘Evolution’, and Value Fulfillment Book 1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979

“People die when they are ready to die, for reasons that are their own. No person dies without a reason.2 You are not taught that, however, so people do not recognize their own reasons for dying, and they are not taught to recognize their own reasons for living — because you are told that life itself is an accident in a cosmic game of chance.”
The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Chapter 6: Session 835, February 7, 1979

“A feeling of self-approval is absolutely necessary for any true sense of well-being; it is not (underlined) virtuous in any way to put yourself down, or to punish yourself, because you do not feel you have lived up to your best behavior at any given time.”
—The Way Toward Health Chapter 2: February 6, 1984

“Love your neighbor as yourself.” Turn this around and say, “Love yourself as you love your neighbor,” for often you will recognize the goodness in another and ignore it in yourself. Some people believe there is a great merit and holy virtue in what they think of as humility. Therefore to be proud of oneself seems a sin, and in that frame of reference true affirmation of the self is impossible. Genuine self-pride is the loving recognition of your own integrity and value. True humility is based upon this affectionate regard for yourself, plus the recognition that you live in a universe in which all other beings also possess this undeniable individuality and self-worth.”
The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 21: Session 674, July 2, 1973

“False humility tells you that you are nothing. It often hides a distorted, puffed-up, denied self-pride, because no man or woman can really accept a theory that denies personal self-worth.”
The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 21: Session 674, July 2, 1973

“You are given the gift 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.”
The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 22: Session 677, July 11, 1973

“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.”
The Nature of Personal Reality Chapter 9: Session 636, January 29, 1973

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