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Psychic Politics is the result of Jane Roberts's search for the rules that govern our inner lives—-the links between our daily, subjective experience and the greater Reality that nourishes all of our existence. This is not only her most challenging book, but a very personal investigation in which the sources of dream and myth, and the creative wellsprings of sex and spirituality, appear in their full and breathtaking relationship to daily life....
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Psychic Politics is the result of Jane Roberts's search for the rules that govern our inner lives—-the links between our daily, subjective experience and the greater Reality that nourishes all of our existence. This is not only her most challenging book, but a very personal investigation in which the sources of dream and myth, and the creative wellsprings of sex and spirituality, appear in their full and breathtaking relationship to daily life.

And here for the first time, Roberts introduces three concepts that are key to understanding her entire body of work: the library, a super-real storehouse of "probably" books that tell of the paths human consciousness has not yet taken; counterparts, simultaneous incarnations living on earth today so as to broaden the fabric of their individual soul's experience; and the codicils, an alternative set of rules for human existence that could transform the framework of our entire civilization.

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With its unequivocal affirmation of the conscious mind, Psychic Politics is the ultimate field guide to the links between our inner, subjective lives and the events that unfold in the so-called objective world. A thrilling, illuminating read, and a poignant reminder of the genius that Jane Roberts was.
—Susan M. Watkins, author of Speaking of Jane Roberts and Conversations with Seth

Roberts's genius at asking brave new questions about her own psychic experiences, and about the more "common" events we all experience, led her to a new understanding of the connection between our inner and outer lives. For anyone, academic or non, who is interested in understanding consciousness,Psychic Politics is a must-read. We can all benefit from Roberts's discoveries.
— Lynda Madden Dahl, award-winning author of The Book of Fallacies and Beyond the Winning Streak

Jane Roberts possessed a combination of psychic talent and intellectual curiosity that contributed enormously to our understanding of human consciousness.
— Norman Friedman, author of Bridging Science and Spirit and The Hidden Domain

Jane Roberts insights into time, gravity, and space are far richer than any I have seen in the reports of top physicists attempting to deal with the same questions. . . . She writes with amazing presence and grace about her personal journey into parallel selves.
—Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D., National Book-Award Winning Author of Mind into Matter and The Spiritual Universe

About the Author
Jane Roberts (1929-1984) is considered one of the most important psychics of the twentieth century. From 1963 through 1984 she spoke for Seth, who described himself as an "energy personality essence no longer focused in physical reality." In addition to nine books by Seth she also wrote fourteen books of her own. The Jane Roberts/Seth material, which includes many volumes of unpublished material, is housed at the Yale University Archives and is consistently one of the top two most visited collections in the archives.
Because of her contribution to the study of consciousness, Moment Point Press has dedicated its Classics in Consciousness series to Jane Roberts. In addition to Psychic Politics look for the new editions of Roberts's Adventures in Consciousness and The God of Jane.

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Psychic Politics: An Aspect Psychology Book focuses on the links between ordinary, everyday life and the greater Reality that nourishes all existence. The late Jane Roberts (1929-1984), the author of the Seth books, was considered to be one of the foremost psychics of our times and in Psychic Politics introduces three concepts that are key to understanding the entire body of her literary and metaphysical work: the library (a super-real storehouse of "probable" books that tell of the paths human consciousness has not yet taken); Counterparts (simultaneous incarnations living on earth today so as to broaden the fabric of their individual soul's experience); and the codicils (an alternate set of rules for human existence that have the capacity to transform the framework of human civilization. Psychic Politics is "must" reading for students of metaphysics, psychology, and human spirituality.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780966132748
  • Publisher: Moment Point Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Series: Classics in Consciousness Series
  • Pages: 1
  • Product dimensions: 6.04 (w) x 8.72 (h) x 0.77 (d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: The Library and an Introduction to the Super-Real
1. The Library
2. A Private View of the "Super-Real," and Models for Physical Reality an Psychic Structures
3. Models and Beloved Eccentrics
4. Rob and the Roman Captain, and Models and Reincarnational Selves
5. Glimpses and Direct Encounters, and the Fly and the Book
6. The James Material and the Carl Jung Text
7. More from the Library, and Seth Explains the James Material and Introduces "World Views"
8. Unofficial Contents of the Mind
9. The Ape and the Silver Guide
10. A Young Celibate, the Boy with the Hole in His Chest, and the Book of the Gods
11. Time and Time Structures: The Shape of Time
12. The Jamaican Woman, "Counterparts," and Four-Fronted Selves
13. The Exploding Psyche and Strand of Consciousness
14. Back to the Library, Climbing Up the Steps of the Psyche, and the Girl Who Tried to Love Everybody
15. Seth: On Love and Hate, and Inner Codes

Part II: Voices from the World
16. Voices from "the Underground," and the Politics of the Focus Personality
17. A Probable Class
18. Sex and Energy: Some Inventive Versions, and Seth by the Ouijafuls
19. I Hear a Voice and There’s No One There, and Official and Unofficial Sequences
20. We Move in More Ways Than One, and "Special Places"

Part III: Toward a New Politics of the Psyche, and an Alternate Model for Civilization to Follow
21. The Codicils, and an Alternate Model for Civilization to Follow
22. Personal Application of Codicils, the Gods Take Off Their Clothes, and Psychic Civilizations and Psychic Estates
23. The Natural Contours of thePsyche
24. Stages of Consciousness
25. The Heroic Dimension and Heroic Personages
26. Toward a New Politics of the Psyche, a New Allegiance, and Heroic Impulses
27. "Come to the Mountain," and Seth on the Safe Universe

Index

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