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    26 Jul '07 02:29
    Anyone heard of her? Heard of the Seth material?

    I would highly recommend her books entitled "The Nature of Personal Reality" and "Seth Speaks", among others. She's written so many books. 🙂
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    26 Jul '07 04:38
    Originally posted by Evey Hammond
    Anyone heard of her? Heard of the Seth material?

    I would highly recommend her books entitled "The Nature of Personal Reality" and "Seth Speaks", among others. She's written so many books. 🙂
    Very interesting. Thank you for the recommendation. (BTW, I enjoyed reading RITA ROGERS, a beautiful psychic from the U.K.)
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    26 Jul '07 17:03
    Originally posted by Stregone
    Very interesting. Thank you for the recommendation. (BTW, I enjoyed reading RITA ROGERS, a beautiful psychic from the U.K.)
    You're welcome! I'll have to look into Rita Rogers...thx! 🙂
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    27 Jul '07 02:37
    Originally posted by Evey Hammond
    You're welcome! I'll have to look into Rita Rogers...thx! 🙂
    Have you any interest in either the MEDIUM or GHOST WHISPERER? My wife (Musette, registered user, also, on RHP) and I enjoy them. We're not crazy about Sylvia Browne...John Edward is interesting. Think I started but didn't finish a book of his. Read Allison Dubois. I like her.
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    28 Jul '07 12:57
    Originally posted by Evey Hammond
    Anyone heard of her? Heard of the Seth material?

    I would highly recommend her books entitled "The Nature of Personal Reality" and "Seth Speaks", among others. She's written so many books. 🙂
    For the scientific background on this sort of phenomenon, see Daniel Wegner's "The illusion of conscious will".

    Just because she didn't think they other personalities came from her don't mean that they didn't.
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    28 Jul '07 15:37
    Originally posted by Pawnokeyhole
    For the scientific background on this sort of phenomenon, see Daniel Wegner's "The illusion of conscious will".

    Just because she didn't think they other personalities came from her don't mean that they didn't.
    Thanks for the recommendation. Wasn't able to checkout the book from the County library--they didn't have it. But there is a book by Susan Blackmore entitled "Conversations on consciousness" which does contain an article by Daniel Wegner.
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    Originally posted by Stregone
    Thanks for the recommendation. Wasn't able to checkout the book from the County library--they didn't have it. But there is a book by Susan Blackmore entitled "Conversations on consciousness" which does contain an article by Daniel Wegner.
    Yes, that chat is not a bad introduction. Wegner's basic point is that the feeling of free will is an self-attribution that occurs when someone has a thought immediately prior to an event, that thought is about the event, and there is no ready alternative explanation of that event. He illustrates cases where people believe they are not authors of their actions when they actually are, and really are authors of their action when they actually are not. "Seth", like the voices heard by schizophrenics, would be a repertory of behavior to fall into the second category.
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    29 Jul '07 03:26
    Originally posted by Pawnokeyhole
    Yes, that chat is not a bad introduction. Wegner's basic point is that the feeling of free will is an self-attribution that occurs when someone has a thought immediately prior to an event, that thought is about the event, and there is no ready alternative explanation of that event. He illustrates cases where people believe they are not authors of their ...[text shortened]... s heard by schizophrenics, would be a repertory of behavior to fall into the second category.
    Well, then, Seth, or Jane Roberts herself, as you say, certainly has/had very good insights.
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