In my metaphysical reading, it seems inevitable that I would come across Seth. The Seth Material wasn't the first Seth book I read and in fact I'd been working on Seth books for probably two years before I got down to this one. However, this would have been a much better place to start. The Seth books contain an enormously vast amount of information and they take some mental digestion to comprehend. Seth meant for the material to be taken in order, I think, because every page builds on the last.
My favorite quote from the book is probably this one:
"We form matter in order to operate in three-dimensional reality, develop our abilities and help others. Physical matter is like plastic that we use and mold to our own desire, not like concrete into which our consciousness has been poured."
I froze in my tracks when I read this, because I wrote my poem, The Plastic People two weeks PRIOR to reading this passage. There are some quotes that are probably better, but that one really meant something to me.