has anyone ever read The Nature of Personal Reality?


by Rasine
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Rasine
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Jun16-05, 04:51 PM
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i am currently reading the nature of personal reality by jane roberts and i have a few questions and i would also like to discuss the implications of this book.

what exactly is natural guilt?

how can i identify and change my core beliefs?

how do my thoughts shape the physical me and how can i miniputale it?

.....any others i will post as i think of them
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Evo
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Jun16-05, 04:53 PM
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Never heard of it, doesn't sound like something I would read.
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Jun16-05, 09:15 PM
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OY I looked it up. It's written by a dead guy named Seth (Jane Roberts channels him). As one commenter on Amazon.com said it's "the Bible for the whole the New Age Movement".

Now I know why I've never heard of it.

Whatever floats your boat is what I always say.

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Jun17-05, 03:44 AM
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has anyone ever read The Nature of Personal Reality?




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