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It's curious to me. There are people willing and able to go out and do the work of pulling people like this guy out of the madness they've fallen into, and there are those who don't have the desire or ability to do so and prefer to focus on supporting those already on their side.
This difference seems entirely natural to me, and a practical way for a larger movement to divide tasks, especially when PoC, women, and LBGTQ individuals are directly threatened by people with these beliefs and might be putting themselves in physical danger by even trying to reach out. But I've also observed a very visceral friction between the two positions. That is to say, those who are in a position to try to reach out and rehabilitate reactionaries often seem dismissive, or even outright offended by those who aren't, and vice versa.
I don't understand why this is. It's Good Work, but it's not Good Work that everyone should be expected to do. Why the need to get on each other's cases about it?
Hi I was supposed to get a standard profile mailed to me on Tuesday but have not heard anything so I have a support ticket too, but saw this thread wondered how I may go about getting an update please. Thanks
I feel that same way about "The Way Toward Health." There are useful tidbits in it, but mostly I just felt exasperated, and also awful for Jane, whose health was in very bad shape for much longer than I knew when I first read "The Seth Material" so long ago.
"The God of Jane" goes into this in more detail, and also about Jane's background - she had a really harrowing childhood with an absent father and an abusive mother (who was, herself, disabled by rheumatoid arthritis).
There is another book I like, by Jane's friend and fellow Seth student (though not channel) Susan Watkins, called "Speaking Of Jane Roberts." I've read reviews suggesting that Susan was really negative towards her friend - but I thought she was rather just brutally honest about Jane's marriage and her psychological issues. Reading that book, it seems that Jane had both rheumatoid arthritis and Graves' disease (hyperthyroid) for much of her adult life, and always refused to see a doctor about it until she was so unable to move she got bedsores, and her friends staged an intervention to get Jane to the hospital.
I do love the Seth material - I don't find it quite so valuable as the M's, but there is a lot of really interesting stuff there. And I feel like Jane needed more love and care and attention to her physical being in her life than she got.
Thought I would mention that I’m reading The God of Jane. Over the years I’ve read Seth and have had to go really slowly. The concepts always took time for me to digest. Further, I still wrestle with a good deal of the material. By contrast, books by Jane Roberts resonate for me better. The book I’ve mentioned here has become my favorite of hers. I’m almost finished reading it so I can safely say this. If you’re curious, take a look at the book. You may have to go to the Seth Center online God of Jane as the book is otherwise hard to find.