The Seth Audio Collection
Seth is the acclaimed non-physical teacher who spoke through Jane Roberts, the author of the international bestsellers “Seth Speaks” and “The Nature of Personal Reality.”
The Seth Audio Collection consists of original recordings of Seth speaking at Jane Roberts’ classes in the 1970’s. Seth’s clear and powerful articulation of the furthest reaches of human potential, the eternal validity of the soul, and the concept that we create our own reality according to our beliefs, has rippled out to affect the lives of people in every corner of the globe.
The Seth Audio Collection Vol. I, is a compilation of some of the best Seth selections recorded at Jane Robert’s classes, organized into specific subject areas. We recommend beginning your experience of the Seth recordings with this life changing compilation.
The Individual Seth Session Recordings are complete Seth Sessions recorded at Jane Roberts’ classes. The material in The Seth Audio Collection Vol. I is not repeated in The Individual Seth Session Recordings.
For a full description of each of the Seth Audio Offerings click on the links below:
The Seth Audio Collection Vol 1
6 MP3’s or CD’s plus transcripts
The Individual Seth Session Recordings MP3 Downloads
The Individual Seth Session Recordings CD’s
Note From Robert Butts, Jane Roberts’ husband and transcriber of the Seth books:
“I still find listening to the recordings of the Seth class led by my late wife, Jane Roberts, to be a most evocative experience. I still thrill as I listen to her speak in a trance state for her “energy personality essence,” Seth, addressing all of those students who crowded into our small living room each Tuesday night, back in the 1970’s, in Elmira, New York. None of us had any idea that the tapes Rick Stack was so faithfully making of those intimate, exciting gatherings eventually would be made available to a wide audience. I’m more than happy that Rick is publishing these tapes so that Jane/Seth’s great creativity, energy, and humor are open to all who care to listen.” —Robert F. Butts, Elmira, New York 1991