“In his previous books dictated through Jane Roberts, Seth repeatedly stressed that ‘You create your own reality.’ But how do our different individual realities merge and combine… in Seth’s words… ‘to form mass reactions such as the overthrow of governments, the birth of a new religion, wars, epidemics, earthquakes, and new periods of art, architecture, and technology’?
Now Seth pinpoints the unconscious (and often negative) beliefs pervading science and religion, medicine and mythology. He discusses the psychological underpinnings of world leaders like Hitler and Nixon and the dynamics of ‘mass events’ like Jonestown and Three Mile Island. Whole groups of individuals often choose to die together so that ‘their deaths amount to a mass statement’… for according to Seth, quality of life and not survival is any species’ basic goal. Dying is a psychological necessity, for after a while, ‘the exuberant energies of the spirit can no longer be translated into flesh.’
Here too, Seth clarifies how to change our world for the better and live in it ‘not only as loving caretakers, but as partners with other species.’ For the first time, he begins a discussion of Framework 2…‘the source of your world,’ a level of higher reality where all positive goals are worked out… and how it translates into and manifests as Framework 1, the everyday life we know.”
New Books Playground says: The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events is another fascinating and incredibly useful Seth book, yet again making us question our common world views and open up to much more constructive ideas about our realities.