Affirm Desirable Beliefs

Affirming desirable beliefs is a ritual that helps us remember and practice our ideals imaginatively, until they become part of who we are.

Creating A New Paradigm

by Pete on May 22, 2016

"All the darkness of the world cannot put out the light of a single candle." The Old Paradigm Together, we are creating a new paradigm on Earth. Yet in order to give meaningful suggestions to further support this, we first need to speak candidly about the old paradigm. It appears that there are factions within […]


Twelve Spirit on Oneness and Change

by Pete on March 14, 2014

Twelve Insight Journal January 19, 2014 Each of you is creating your own illusion here. You see, none of this is possible without the projection of thought. Thought is the signal that modulates the infinite energy of Source. Infinite. Indivisible. Source cannot be separated into pieces and parts. If it were possible to separate off […]


To Change Others, Change Yourself

by Pete on March 4, 2014 How true, Daisaku! I find myself constantly adjusting and readjusting the way I perceive and relate to people and things, which includes me. It reminds me of a dream I once had. It’s called: Genesis – A Lucid Creation Dream. I awoke in this dream, naked, and in total darkness. To move safely, I used my […]


Seth Compares the Ego to the Nationalistic State of a Nation

January 6, 2014

In a manner of speaking, the ego can be compared to the nationalistic state of nations, necessary indeed for man’s development, but already growing passé, and perhaps even mitigating against the survival of the species, where once it aided it. The worldwide view of man as a species, worldwide brotherhood, in no way endangers nations, […]

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The Power of Appreciation

December 18, 2013

Do you want to be lucky? Do you want to be happy? Do you want to be helpful? Are you willing to spend time thinking about how good you are, how much you do, and how well you do it? Are you willing to appreciate the magic and wonder of All That Is, including yourself? […]

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The Magic Show

October 26, 2013

Poem by Jane Roberts, What magicians we all are, turning darkness into light, transforming invisible atoms into the 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 […]

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Seth – Value Fulfillment Implies the Search for Excellence

July 31, 2013

Value fulfillment always implies the search for excellence – not perfection, but excellence. Excellence in any given area – emotional, physical, intellectual, intuitional, scientific – is reflected in other areas and by its mere existence serves as a model for achievement. This kind of excellence need not be structured, then, into any one aspect of […]

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To Change What You Create, Change What You Think

May 17, 2013

Every day, we hear many things from the inner voices of our psyches and the outer voices of the world. It’s time to accept personal response ability (the ability to respond to situations and events constructively) – to think for ourselves. As unique expressions of Aware Energy or Consciousness, we’re both One and Separate. As […]

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Seth – Love Yourselves

March 20, 2013

Love does not demand sacrifice. Those who fear to affirm their own being also fear to let others live for themselves. You do not help your children by keeping them chained to you, but you do not help your aged parents either by encouraging their sense of helplessness. The or­dinary sense of communication given you […]

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Seth’s New Year Resolutions

January 2, 2012

Now: I wish you Merry New Year, into which I hope you manage to insert a touch of light-heartedness now and then. Now if I were you, making a list of resolutions, my list would include feelings and attitudes. Things to do are well and good but the feelings and attitudes are, shall we say, […]

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