Seth Similarities

  • Bruce Moen's Description of the Entity

    Bruce Says:

    "It comes from a waking vision that took place in 1974 that led me to explore beyond the physical world. I discovered there is another me. That me is something I call my Disk, something Bob Monroe called the I/There. Others might call this the Higher Self, Greater Self or Oversoul. The me inhabiting my physical body is but one small part of the Disk. In my explorations, Iíve seen my Disk or Greater Self. To me, it looks like a large disk with many small, round lights arranged in concentric circles. Itís my understanding each of these lights is a personality of my Greater Self, that has completed its cycle of incarnations. Each carries the knowledge and wisdom gained through their countless incarnations. These "other meís," if you will, maintain their personal identity as individual parts of my Greater Self. They didnít lose their personal identities when they became members of my Disk, rather, they added all within themselves to it. Each individual became an integral part of my Greater Self.

    I, the one in my physical body, am nonphysically connected to members of the Disk via something that looks, to my perception, like a multi-strand, fiber optic cable. It connects between the shoulder blades and may be the basis of the "silver cord" others have written about. Information passes through this "cord" between myself and my Disk giving Disk members awareness of my activities and me awareness of them, once I learned how.

    Itís also my understanding that I was created by my Greater Self as a unique combination of traits of Disk members. My Greater Self used parts of itself to create the unique personality that I am. From one perspective, I see myself as a "Probe, not unlike something NASA would launch to explore the Unknown. In other words, my Greater Self created me from parts of itself and sent me into physical world reality to explore. I also understand that my Greater Self is, itself, a similar Probe, created and "launched" by its creator. I expect my Greater Self will one day return to its creator to become a member of whatever It is. I expect when that happens my Greater Self will not lose its personal identity, but rather join its Greater Self.

    More on Bruce's 'Disk'

    What Seth Says:

    "What is a probable self? According to Seth, each of us has counterparts in other systems of reality; not identical selves or twins, but other selves who are part of our entity, developing abilities in a different way that we are here." p.195

    "Some personalities can be a part of more than one entity...Any personality can become an entity on its own." p.245

    "I usually use the term 'entity' in preference to the term 'soul', simply because those particular misconceptions are not so connected with the word 'entity', and it's connotations are less religious in an organizational sense." Session 526, p.71

    "Many personalities upon receiving knowledge of their entity prefer to remain part of it, through they are always independent individualities within the whole entity, as even the cells of your physical bodies are part of the whole self. They greet the entity as a son greets his father." Session 29, p.226

    "Nevertheless, even when an inner self has sent out a new outer ego upon a new camouflage venture, the previous ego is still afforded an almost unlimited avenue for development. There are many possibilities for it. It can choose to remain what it is, one ego. It will then remain in a somewhat subordinate position to the inner self, but in no more of a subordinate position than it was earlier. It will therefore return once more to the same plane with which it was familiar, where it will meet with new challenges, and develop new abilities than will, however, be of the same basic nature; that is, if we are speaking of your plane, the ego would have new experiences, develop new abilities, perhaps so old problems, balance out deficiencies, but still be dealing with problems manipulation and physical construction. Most egos do indeed choose this course for a while." Session 58, p.126