I first read "Seth Speaks" ten years ago and interestingly began reading it on the date in Januray that Seth began his dictation through Jane Roberts. Synchrony? Those who are serious about dream work speak of an "aha" experience when an insight is acurrate. Joseph Campbell also speaks of the "Aha" experience. I had that experience reading "Seath Speak", and an even bigger one reading NPR. I've read extensively about world religions, quantum physics, astro physics, Jung, Campbell, and on and on and on. For me, NPR ties everything together and makes great sense. After all, if I can imagine it as being true, what is to stop the divine from being even more creative. I imagine the reality Seth speaks of to be only the tip of the proverbial iceberg. NPR took my world view (rational/materialsm) and showed me how limiting it was. It completely obliterated my fear of death, and gave meaing to a world that had seemingly gone mad. It put me at peace with myself and the world. Nothing else did that for me although people like Jung, Campbell and Fox helped. The message is somewhat complex, and certainly revolutionary. The message in Robert's books so impressed me that I put the concepts in the form of a novel, "Gideon McGee's Dream," for teens and adults. The concepts in NPR freed my creative spirit and that is what the book is all about, an ever expanding and dynamically creative universe.