2 comments on “Remembering Jane Roberts May 8, 1929 – September 5, 1984

  1. There are some things about her experience of Seth that never leave me so long after reading the book in high school. The logic, even if fantasy captivated me as did A Course in Miracles, as did – to a much lesser extent – The Celestine Prophesies. It’s somehow the new, less shame oriented, interconnectedness of life, death, living all-time, everywhere, accepting if what is or what may be. Something very comforting in this type of out-of-the-box contemplation.

    • In many ways there is much comfort in what she gave to the world. There is also much responsibility…for we create our own realities. This, too, can be considered a “comfort,” but I think to many it’s a bury-your-head-in-the-sand burden many want to ignore….

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