“Trust no person who tells you that you are evil or guilty by reason of your nature or your physical existence, or any such dogma. Trust no one who leads you away from the reality of yourself. (Long pause, eyes closed.) Do not follow those who tell you that you must do penance, in whatever form. Trust instead the spontaneity of your own being and the life that is your own. If you do not like where you are, then examine those beliefs that you have. Bring them out into the open. There is nothing within yourself to fear.
My Life Is Mine, and I Form It.
Tell yourself this often. Create your own life now, using your beliefs as an artist uses color. There is no condition that you cannot change, except one indisputably physically accepted at birth within the realms of creaturehood, such as a liability in terms of a missing organ, or a functional lack.
If you have been filled with self-pity because of a disease or a life situation, then seize the initiative. Face your beliefs honestly and find out the reason for the difficulty.
(More intently:) I speak with the inner vitality that is inherent within each of my readers, with the inner knowledge that also belongs to them. I close by saying, as I have said before: You are given the gift of the gods; you create your reality according to your beliefs; yours is the creative energy that makes your world; there are no limitations to the self except those you believe in.
I am Seth. I speak my name joyfully, though names are not important. Then each of you speak your names with affirmation every morning.
You create your life through the inner power of your being (pause), whose source is within you and yet beyond the selves that you know. Use those creative abilities with understanding abandon. Honor yourselves and move through the godliness of your being.” – Excerpt from Chapter 22 of the book, ” The Nature of Personal Reality – A Seth Book” by Jane Roberts