A belief in a “God who provides” is a requirement for good health
Seth, October 23, 1981: Personal sessions book 6
“Attend to what is before you, for it is there for a reason. In each person’s life, and in your own, at each and every point of your existence, the solutions to your problems, or the means of achieving those solutions are always as apparent – or rather as present – within your days as is any given problem itself.
What I mean is quite simple: The solutions already exist in your lives. You may not have put them together yet, or organized them in the necessary ways.
The solutions in Ruburt’s case lie in all of those areas with which you are normally concerned – the mail, the sessions, the psychic abilities.
When you attend to what is there with the proper magical attitude of mind, then the altered organizations can take place.
A belief in a ‘God who provides,’ by whatever name, is indeed a psychological requirement for the good health of the body and mind. Ruburt did not want to face such issues.
He felt that they opened the door to all of organized religion’s psychological quicksand of emotionalism. The sinful-self material is doing its work, opening the necessary doorways of desire and intent. When Ruburt has typed those small later poems, the path will seem much clearer to him.
The innocent-self is being uncovered.
Ruburt is dealing with quite profound material involving the self’s relationship with its Source – – this material being worked out in your current situations.
The solutions will automatically lead him not only to a solution in practical terms, but toward the areas of development that he has been seeking (emphatically), while being afraid of them at the same time.”