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The Way Toward Health: A Seth Book (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Jane Roberts , Robert F. Butts
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From the Bestselling Author of Seth Speaks and The Nature of Personal Reality

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

Praise for The Seth Books by Jane Roberts:

“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

“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

“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

“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

“The Seth books were of great benefit to me on my spiritual journey and helped me to see another way of looking at the world.” — Gerald G. Jampolsky, author of Love is Letting Go of Fear

“As you read Seth’s words, you will gain more than just new ideas. Seth’s energy comes through every page — energy that expands your consciousness and changes your thoughts about the nature of reality.” — Sanaya Roman, author of Living with Joy

About 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 bestselling 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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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mieux que tout 14 mai 2014
Par marie-jo
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
SETH nous procure un enseignement hors de nos cadres habituels et il cible l'individu dans ce qu'il a d'universel. Avec ce livre sur tout ce qui sort notre corps hors de son chemin naturel qui est la santé il m'a rendu un immense service car j'ai grâce à lui trouvé pourquoi j'avais bloqué mon énergie et rendu mon corps si douloureux. J'ai trouvé grâce à SETH, Jane qui parlait pour lui et Rob' qui prenait des notes, la paix de l'esprit et la paix du corps. C'est une porte qui s'ouvre sur un monde nouveau et plein d'espoir.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Eventual Best Seller 23 août 1998
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I too read the manuscript in its original form, typewritten in upper case with Seth's dictation frequently interrupted by Rob Butt's notes on his wife's hospitalized condition -- interrupted sometimes every few sentences, as a nurse would come in to take Jane's temperature.
I was one of the correspondents who encouraged Rob often to see that it got published. Grief and perhaps shame kept him from pursuing it, as well as Jane's dying wish that he organize and publish as much of the staggering amount of material produced over those twenty years as he could.
Before I read that manuscript, I didn't imagine it would hold my interest much; although a long-time fan, my usual good health made the subject altogether less interesting than others.
Yet I found it the most absorbing reading of all the Seth books, from opinions on religion to current mass health problems to suggestions for individual well-being.
The italicized interruptions can require a little patience. However, it is Rob's most honorable intention to present his notes as an utterly realistic illustration of two people who dealt in all honesty with the ideas Seth put forth. The notes tell a frank and real account -- how Seth's suggestions were used, and how they were ignored. For that reason they are of high value to those who choose to try out Seth's suggestions themselves. I recommend it to those ailing for that reason.
The sweeping, expansive ideas put forth in the Seth books are slowly, naturally working their way into social thought through their creative personal applications in one way or another by thoughtful individuals. This last book will prove to be most effective the same way. One by one, individuals will find successes using the suggestions in ways the authors Jane Roberts and Robert Butts did not. It will eventually generate great popularity that way.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Jane's last year in hospital with comments from Seth 26 mai 1998
Par Markus Schmidt - Publié sur
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This book describes Jane's last year in hospital. It's termed a Seth-Book, which is technically correct, but it's as well a book from Robert (Jane's husband). Seth readers are familiar with the Italics, and the main body of this book is actually Italics. The Seth material in it is very good indeed, but most of it can be found scattered across his other work as well. However, in no other book did Robert/Jane allow the reader to come as close to their lives as in this one. I normally just skim the Italics, but here they just sucked me in. Seth occasionally uses the word "drama" in his other books -- this book simply is DRAMA PUT ALIVE. The actual book dictation is about 1/3 or 1/4 of the book, then there's about 1/4 Seth comments to Robert/Jane's current situation and the rest is Italics. The mixture makes this book very powerful and very moving. This book actually makes me think about going to Yale University to study more of the private sessions.
Not recommended if you don't at least know two or three other Jane Roberts/Seth books.
Also, I'm not sure if I would recommend it if you are currently dealing with (own) health problems.
However, an EXCELLENT source of material if you are dealing with healing other people (being a nurse, a doctor or just a healer by intent).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A thought-provoking finale 8 décembre 2007
Par Tamar Barak - Publié sur
This book, more than being strictly about health, is a thought-provoking finale of all Seth material to date. I rate this book five stars because of its significance and the emotional impact it had on me. I expected the usual Seth experience from previous books, his clever insights, skipping Robert's italicized comments, etc., and found myself instead witnessing the sad drama of Jane's last months of life. This book was emotionally hard to read and I cried at several points. As a reader, your heart goes out to Jane and Robert.

Jane's decision to give up healing herself and die was a startling shock at the end of the book, specifically because she had Seth, the profound teacher, at her disposal for many years. How could she not heal with such help from Seth, you keep asking yourself. Surprisingly, her way toward health ends up in dying and this makes her the ultimate anti heroine, "failing" the teachings that she herself gave birth to. This is depressing, to say the least.

However, I do not feel either Jane, Seth or the material itself lost credibility in this book. Seth never claimed to be an all-knowing God. He did not determine Jane's life or her decisions. This book makes it obvious how free and in charge of our lives we truly are, literally to the bitter end. This was Seth's ultimate message, he repeated it many times, and this is what makes him credible in my eyes.

When the book ends, Jane dies and Seth's voice is gone forever, you suddenly feel full blast what responsibility you have for your own life. While in the beginning of the material, it was comforting to have Seth validate for you deep-rooted forgotten truths, here, in this book, this comfort is taken away. If you pondered it deeply, you've probably realized carrying the responsibility for your life is a huge challenge and how strongly inclined human beings are to blame something or someone else for their troubles. When you are really hurting and struggling or facing painful conditions, such as Jane did in her last months, this responsibility is difficult to employ. The bottom line is even Seth cannot save you from yourself, the responsibility you have for your life, your beliefs and your decisions. Jane's death or not Jane's death, Seth's principles remain: it is still you with the same old you answering to yourself what being happy or healthy means and how to get there.

Another significance of this book is that it is Jane's and Robert's most personal work. Seth gives some insights of a very personal nature as to why Jane attracted her severe condition and these made me think long and hard about my own problems. It seems you can interpret your diseases as symbolically as you can interpret your dreams. If you know anything about writing, you know what challenge Robert faced turning this material into cohesive work, especially considering the poignant subject matter and his personal involvement in it. He did a magnificent job with the notes, his personality comes to the forefront more than in previous books, and his voice, perspective and editing decisions truly make this work one of a kind. I highly commend him for his decision to release this material and share such an intimate piece of his and Jane's life with us for learning's sake. This book is a celebration of Jane's life and her death as a natural part of it. Telling the story of her death was a missing piece in the entire Seth material and now it elevates it in an important way.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 More Questions than Answers 3 août 2005
Par Aurora - Publié sur
I bought and read The Way Toward Health expecting a more typical "Seth Book", which would teach me more about ways to manage my own health. Instead what I found was a profoundly sad story of Jane's last 18 months on Earth. Not only was Jane unable to apply Seth's teaching to her own illness, both Rob, and Seth seemed unable to let Jane go. Her depression throughout the book is obvious. Her need to let go of this life and go to "The Other Side" was obvious (to me). But instead of Rob "letting her go" with his love and his blessing he would challenge her (at least in his thought if not directly) that she "wasn't trying hard enough". Seth also joined in this Jane needs to and WILL get better - as she was in the final stages of an unnamed extremely painful disease. Jane's contract with life was over, and it was time for her to go home. Seth could have been reassuring both Jane and Rob about her transition back home to the "Spirit World" (my words, not Seth's). He could have eased Jane's fear of dying, instead of encouraging her to uncurl her hand, and straighten her leg. He could have been helping Rob know that Jane would be "whole, well, and happy" after her death, and that he, Rob would see her again shortly. Seth could have even been teaching them both how to remain in contact after Jane's death. There are many techniques used to contact people who have passed, as people who have passed with the right techniques can reach those living on the Earth plane. Obviously Seth knows that! I personally was shocked with what Seth and Rob put Jane through during this obviously terminal illness. So much depression, so much guilt (on Jane's part), as if she was somehow failing because her life contract was over and it was her time to return home. The kindest gift we can give someone who is dying is to "release them" and give them our "blessings". Let them leave knowing we love the, we'll be o.k., and we'll see them again.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Sad End to a Courageous Pioneer Plus Great Info on Healing 26 juillet 2006
Par Edwin - Publié sur
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I have read and reread Seth Speaks and the Nature of Personal Reality and have had my life change in wonderful ways. This is a poignant and revealing final journey for Seth, Jane and Robert as Jane slowly yet valiantly succumbs to the complications of rheumatoid arthritis. It is sad and graphic and movingly difficult to read.

The health advice given is in many ways consistent with other new age sources and explains that positive visualization (well-studied by O. Carl Simonton, et. al.) enables the natural optimistic expression of the cells to cause healing. This aspect of it is worth the price of the book, to really get that the universe is working optimistically and supportively FOR you, not against you as is the common cultural belief. The "healing power of nature" is explained from a different slant. The role of viruses and fever in a positive light, and disease as an expression of conflicting values and beliefs is carefully explained and re-explained since it is so contrary to modern understanding. Schizophrenic split personality, teen suicide and depression are discussed causally, and childrearing practices regarding sickness and healing are suggested. I plan to study these aspects without reviewing the personal notes again, (which were so captivating for a long time fan such as myself), yet distracted from Seth/Jane's message in the dictated book. I plan to use Seth's understanding of conflicting beliefs to apply during EFT (emotional freedom technique) sessions on myself and my patients.

I rated this book a 4 star because of the distracting and depressing aspect of the notes, though for fans who want to know what happened in the end, it could be considered 5 star.
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