Overview

From the Bestselling Author of Seth Speaks and The Nature of Personal Reality...

• The final “Seth Book”
• Includes 8-page photo gallery

In September 1984, the voice that had spoken for one of the most profound and prolific metaphysical teachers of the 20th century fell silent. Seth, the entity who described himself as an “energy ...
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The Way Toward Health: A Seth Book

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Overview

From the Bestselling Author of Seth Speaks and The Nature of Personal Reality...

• The final “Seth Book”
• Includes 8-page photo gallery

In September 1984, the voice that had spoken for one of the most profound and prolific metaphysical teachers of the 20th century fell silent. Seth, the entity who described himself as an “energy personality essence no longer focused in physical matter,” had spoken exclusively through Jane Roberts since 1963. During the long illness that led to her death, Jane continued to channel Seth from her hospital bed, but this final work was left unfinished. Now, in The Way Toward Health, Jane’s husband, Robert Butts, shares with us the intimate story of Jane’s final days, and the exquisite teachings that Seth gave during that time.

In an examination of the miracle of life in a human body, Seth speaks about:

• Why medicine and therapy often perpetuate illness
• How the practice of naming diseases can work against us
• The influence of religion in creating disease
• How children’s health is influenced by parents’ beliefs
• Humor as an effective factor in healing

“Do not think of the mind as a purely mental entity, and of the body as a purely physical one. Instead, think of both mind and body as continuing, interweaving processes that are mental and physical at once. Your thoughts actually are quite as physical as your body is, and your body is quite as nonphysical as it seems to you your thoughts are. You are actually a vital force, existing as a part of your environment, and yet apart from your environment at the same time.” — Jane Roberts, speaking for Seth in The Way Toward Health
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Editorial Reviews

Unknown - Deepak Chopra
“The Seth books present an alternate map of reality with a new diagram of the psyche . . . useful to all explorers of consciousness.” — Deepak Chopra, M.D., author of The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success
Unknown - Marianne Williamson
“Seth was one of my first metaphysical teachers. He remains a constant source of knowledge and inspiration in my life.” — Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love
Unknown - Louise L. Hay
“I would like to see the Seth books as required reading for anyone on their spiritual pathway. The amazing in-depth information in the Seth books is as relevant today as it was in the early ’70s when Jane Roberts first channeled this material.” — Louise Hay, author of You Can Heal Your Life
Unknown - Shakti Gawain
“Seth’s teachings had an important influence on my life and work, and provided one of the initial inspirations for writing Creative Visualization.” — Shakti Gawain, author of Creative Visualization
Unknown - Michael Talbot
“To my great surprise — and slight annoyance — I found that Seth eloquently and lucidly articulated a view of reality that I had arrived at only after great effort and an extensive study of both paranormal phenomena and quantum physics....” — Michael Talbot, author of The Holographic Universe
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014002738
  • Publisher: Amber-Allen Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/25/2012
  • Series: A Seth Book , #10
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 392
  • Sales rank: 403,101
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Jane Roberts (May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984) grew up in Saratoga Springs, New York where she attended Skidmore College. Jane was a prolific writer in a variety of genres including poetry, short stories, children’s literature, fiction, and non-fiction. Her international best-selling non-fiction books include Seth Speaks, The Nature of Personal Reality, The Nature of the Psyche, and The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events. Her enormously popular novels include The Education of Oversoul Seven, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven, and Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time (now published as The Oversoul Seven Trilogy). Yale University Library maintains a collection of Jane’s writings, journals, poetry, and audio and video recordings that were donated after her death by her husband, Robert F. Butts.
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