One of the most important psychics of the twentieth century, Jane Roberts spoke for Seth the "energy essence personality no longer focused in physical reality." In her groundbreaking book, Adventures in Consciousness, Roberts sets out to explore the nature of alternate states of consciousness, such as trance-mediumship, ESP, Ouija board messages, out-of-body experiences, dreams, and reincarnational dramas. She asks brilliant new questions and develops an exciting theory of consciousness: aspect psychology. In addition, her anecdotes and practical information help us develop our own "psychic" abilities.
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In her lifetime, psychic Jane Roberts was visited by every kind of layperson and scientist. The Jane Roberts/Seth material, now housed in the Yale University Archives is consistently one of the top two collections visited. One can't help but be awed by her genius and her courage: She dared to ask new questions and they brought her exciting new insights. Because of her contribution to the study of consciousness, Moment Point has dedicated our Classics in Consciousness series to Roberts. We are also publishing, as part of this new series, Roberts's books Psychic Politics and The God of Jane (Fall 1999 and Spring 2000 respectively).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 including her groundbreaking aspect psychology books: Adventures in Consciousness and Psychic Politics. The Jane Roberts/Seth material (much of it unpublished, including Roberts's journals) is now housed in the Yale University Archives and is consistently one of the top two most visited collections in the archives.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1975. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P11013013953X