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Jane Roberts has contributed to The Oversoul Seven Trilogy as an author.Roberts was considered one of the most important psychics of the twentieth century.


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Jane Roberts has contributed to The Oversoul Seven Trilogy as an author.Roberts was considered one of the most important psychics of the twentieth century.

30 review for The Oversoul Seven Trilogy: The Education of Oversoul Seven, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven, Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time

  1. 5 out of 5

    Davis Aujourd'hui

    For anyone who has read any of the Seth books, get ready for a fantastic spiritual adventure. Jane Roberts not only channels the unforgettably personable Seth. She is also a talented novelist. She will take you on a absolutely delightful spiritual voyage that will help you flesh out the understandings you have gleaned from the Seth books. I must confess that I have only read "The Education of Oversoul Seven." It is my favorite spiritual novel. That says a lot since I am the author of a series of For anyone who has read any of the Seth books, get ready for a fantastic spiritual adventure. Jane Roberts not only channels the unforgettably personable Seth. She is also a talented novelist. She will take you on a absolutely delightful spiritual voyage that will help you flesh out the understandings you have gleaned from the Seth books. I must confess that I have only read "The Education of Oversoul Seven." It is my favorite spiritual novel. That says a lot since I am the author of a series of spiritually-themed novels! The characters in this book are engaging. I loved the way Oversoul Seven drew on his different incarnations in order to continue his education of the nature of his soul. The book speaks to the eternal moment of NOW; that is, all of our lives intersect and influence each of them for the better good. Whether or not you believe in reincarnation, this book is a delightful fantasy. Perhaps it will open your mind to the possibility that you have led other lives. Oversoul Seven is like a delicious dessert. You won't want to put it down until you are finished. I am thrilled to learn that there are further adventures in store for me. I can thank Jane Roberts for squarely putting me back on a spiritual track. The end result is that I am now a published author within the spiritual realm. Davis Aujourd'hui, author of The Misadventures of Sister Mary Olga Fortitude

  2. 4 out of 5

    Meera salah

    This trilogy is unlike anything I have ever read and I believe if after ten or twenty years I came back to this book I would still be amazed, whether you believe in spirituality or not this book will interest you it will honestly interest anyone since the events that unravel are really exciting. And aside from the exciting events and revelations that unfold throughout the book, Jane's writing style is really unique. This trilogy is unlike anything I have ever read and I believe if after ten or twenty years I came back to this book I would still be amazed, whether you believe in spirituality or not this book will interest you it will honestly interest anyone since the events that unravel are really exciting. And aside from the exciting events and revelations that unfold throughout the book, Jane's writing style is really unique.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Monique

    A hugely enjoyable way to find ultimate truths. I can only try to express how much I loved this trilogy. I was grinning at times, laughing at others, then teary, and then gasping as particular lines hit straight to the heart of truth; settling into my awareness in a way that has left me utterly changed and uplifted. It is a bit of a mind bender, but I find that comprehension depends on how often you think about the concepts in these books etc. It gets easier and clearer as you go. I have read some A hugely enjoyable way to find ultimate truths. I can only try to express how much I loved this trilogy. I was grinning at times, laughing at others, then teary, and then gasping as particular lines hit straight to the heart of truth; settling into my awareness in a way that has left me utterly changed and uplifted. It is a bit of a mind bender, but I find that comprehension depends on how often you think about the concepts in these books etc. It gets easier and clearer as you go. I have read some of the authors 'Seth' material, and while I recognize them for the priceless gifts that they are; I also struggled with understanding it at times. This trilogy is a wonderful way to grasp those concepts in a way that is so fun and entertaining that I am sad there are no more Oversoul Seven books. So to sum it up, I read an absolute ton of books each week/year, and nothing has touched me quite like this one has. Highly highly recommended.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ron Pendleton

    I have just discovered Jane Roberts, and through her "Seth," who writes about reality beyond which most people from Wisconsin have ever experienced. :~) I have just discovered Jane Roberts, and through her "Seth," who writes about reality beyond which most people from Wisconsin have ever experienced. :~)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Charissa

    So now I guess I'm going to confess to a slew of reading that took place for me in the mid-eighties, symbolized by this cracktastic New Age book. I may, in trying to jimmie open that section of memory, slosh a bunch of other freaklicious New Agey books into this one which I read around the same time, so, don't crucify me. Although... come to think of it... if you catch me on a point of detail that will just prove that you read the lame ass thing as well. I grew up in a household devoid of any rel So now I guess I'm going to confess to a slew of reading that took place for me in the mid-eighties, symbolized by this cracktastic New Age book. I may, in trying to jimmie open that section of memory, slosh a bunch of other freaklicious New Agey books into this one which I read around the same time, so, don't crucify me. Although... come to think of it... if you catch me on a point of detail that will just prove that you read the lame ass thing as well. I grew up in a household devoid of any religious observance. My grandmother had taken me to Jehovah's Witness services as a child, and shoved bibles into my chubby little fists from an early age, but none of the patriarchal beliefs had taken hold, so I was left wandering the planet with a vague sense of spirituality and nothing to hang it on. When I left home at 16 and felt all aimless and ungrounded, my search for SOMETHING began in earnest. It began really with Richard Bach's 'Illusions'. Aha! Something vague, profound and magical I could gravitate toward! Eventually that lead me to a crystal-grotesqued book store in Santa Rosa's Montgomery Village. I haunted it's aisles on a weekly basis, dragging home obscure volumes of belief: Seth Speakswas the beginning of the Jane Roberts books - where a pot-bellied Gestalt follower channels the soul of a pirate from the afterlife. These channelings go on and eventually Seth is reincarnated into like seven lives at the same time... one of which is a young girl and another of which is a firefighter or an astronaut or a time traveler... I don't know... it was very confusing. In the end it was like trying to figure out how many angels dance on the head of a pin. Like most religions or spiritual belief systems it all became ridiculously specific until I said to myself... uhm... really? That's just silly. And went back to watching Monty Python episodes and learning to juggle, cheating at my job by putting too many toppings on the Round Table pizzas until they took me off the front line and made me work the salad bar for the rest of my employment history. One of the fringe benefits of reading New Age books was that it influenced my poetry. This period of my life ended by my writing a poem for a co-worker about how we had been soldiers together in a former life, killed each other on the field of battle, and died crying salty tears which made rivulets down our dirty faces as out souls spun away into the void. I read it out loud to him during a dinner break. You could hear crickets chirping after I was done as he looked at me like I was from Mars... or worse... and tried valiantly to find something to say other than "Wow, you are a terrible terrible poet, please stop assaulting me with your creepy, stalker-like, uber geek self." Anyway... Overshoe Seven was a cracktastic journey into the mind of a complete snake oil saleswoman. One of the infamous New Ageys whose main purpose in life is to find a magical spiritual silver bullet which will cause them to manifest their higher selves as millionaires with fancy estates and Ducati motorcycles. Uh huh... that's what happens when you're really spiritual. That's why Ghandi spun his own diapers and ate nothing but lemon juice for weeks on end. Whatever.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Barbara

    I read the original books of Jane Roberts "Oversoul Seven" when they first came out and loved them. Now, after reading the Triology, I still love them! I was more fond of the original "Seven.." than the other two follow-up titles, but enjoyed how she was able to change the perspective a bit to interest the reader all over again. For those on a metaphysical path, i highly recommend readign this book. I read the original books of Jane Roberts "Oversoul Seven" when they first came out and loved them. Now, after reading the Triology, I still love them! I was more fond of the original "Seven.." than the other two follow-up titles, but enjoyed how she was able to change the perspective a bit to interest the reader all over again. For those on a metaphysical path, i highly recommend readign this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    C.J. Prince

    Read "The Education of Oversoul Seven"!!! Jane Robert's is the best book to show Seth's explanations of reality. We improved a play of this book and it was a big hit at the Rocky Mountain Seth Conference. Read "The Education of Oversoul Seven"!!! Jane Robert's is the best book to show Seth's explanations of reality. We improved a play of this book and it was a big hit at the Rocky Mountain Seth Conference.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Excellent! A saga that explores the true nature of one's being (in this case Seven's) as he learns to communicate with four of his 'human incarnations/otherselves' whom all (co)exist at the same time, yet whom lives are 'separated' by centuries... Excellent! A saga that explores the true nature of one's being (in this case Seven's) as he learns to communicate with four of his 'human incarnations/otherselves' whom all (co)exist at the same time, yet whom lives are 'separated' by centuries...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tobias

    I originally read each of these books as they were first published. Having read all of Jane Roberts' Seth books, these were like icing on the cake! Now, years later, reading the three together reminds me just why she was such a gifted writer and channel. Seemed strange back in the 70s that Ms Roberts conjured up a future where the earth had been abandoned and we lived in sky cities with scarce water etc. BUT she saw that. These are must read books. They open a window to our higher selves and it i I originally read each of these books as they were first published. Having read all of Jane Roberts' Seth books, these were like icing on the cake! Now, years later, reading the three together reminds me just why she was such a gifted writer and channel. Seemed strange back in the 70s that Ms Roberts conjured up a future where the earth had been abandoned and we lived in sky cities with scarce water etc. BUT she saw that. These are must read books. They open a window to our higher selves and it is not only 7 who is receiving an education but us, the readers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mark Brown

    Deeply engaging (and well written) and thought provokingly mystical series of stories on their own, as well as an easy to read introduction to the Seth material. I find myself stepping back and opening more to the possibilities of life and time and pondering the diverse threads and connections that make up our engagements with the world as well as with ourselves.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Pulpbomb

    I can't even begin to describe how life changing this book is. I have only read the first book (twice) & I'm still only just wrapping my head around it. Highly recommend for the spiritually inclined. Why do you feel the way you do? Read this book! I can't even begin to describe how life changing this book is. I have only read the first book (twice) & I'm still only just wrapping my head around it. Highly recommend for the spiritually inclined. Why do you feel the way you do? Read this book!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Uschi Myers

    I just can't get enough of reading it. It explains Seth's concepts in such an entertaining way. Love all the characters. I just can't get enough of reading it. It explains Seth's concepts in such an entertaining way. Love all the characters.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jim Jambie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The information in this book is phenomenal and will transform your life

  14. 4 out of 5

    Richard Cardillo

    Interesting I am a huge reader of Jane Roberts and the Seth material. This book will challenge all conventional thinking as it pertains to world we live in. It was difficult to follow some of the characters through multiple time zones but the author pulls it together nicely by the end of the book. If you are a Jane Roberts fan this book will not disappoint you.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mercedi Surface

    The difference between the Proteus' plastic, simulated Earth of the future, and the "real earth" he finally gets to experience really gave me a new appreciation for the beauty all around me. Nature is a gift and after reading this I find myself reminded of this more often, and so thankful we haven't messed things up to the point of a fake/simulated world yet. The difference between the Proteus' plastic, simulated Earth of the future, and the "real earth" he finally gets to experience really gave me a new appreciation for the beauty all around me. Nature is a gift and after reading this I find myself reminded of this more often, and so thankful we haven't messed things up to the point of a fake/simulated world yet.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Edgar Rivera

    Interesting insite into the world of the soul. It teaches how we need to listen more intently at our intuitions You'll learn that all time happens at once and what to learn, discover will effect all time. You can change the past and future. Interesting insite into the world of the soul. It teaches how we need to listen more intently at our intuitions You'll learn that all time happens at once and what to learn, discover will effect all time. You can change the past and future.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Donald

    Nice tale for children but not any links to reality that I could find. If you live in a fantasy world of your own maybe thi is for typu but for those of us who prefer sciene, reality and those things we believe to be factual this is not the book for us!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Justin

    I liked the Seth books I read, but the book (mainly its format) was a bit weird for me

  19. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn

    An outstanding read. Very existential and thought provoking. If you want to step out of the matrix, read this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Gare Allen

    A classic meta book Great metaphysics 101. Wish there were more stories. Well worth the read for anyone beginning their exploration into reincarnation. 5 stars

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jann Toole

    I like to re-read these books every 15 years or so. Different experiences seem to stand out at different times.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Allen O'Dell Harper

    A novel based on the ideas discussed in the Seth books. And a darn good story besides.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Titus L

    I was delighted to read this romp through many realms and beyond, to meet the very believable characters and to some extent to relate to the existential notions presented. This trilogy engagingly illustrates and charmingly portrays the idea of the soul being comprised of multiple personalities and lives presented in the metaphysical channelings that Jane Roberts has shared in her Seth psychic books. Whilst fiction, this trilogy is in my view nonetheless a serious work in that it supports the idea I was delighted to read this romp through many realms and beyond, to meet the very believable characters and to some extent to relate to the existential notions presented. This trilogy engagingly illustrates and charmingly portrays the idea of the soul being comprised of multiple personalities and lives presented in the metaphysical channelings that Jane Roberts has shared in her Seth psychic books. Whilst fiction, this trilogy is in my view nonetheless a serious work in that it supports the ideas presented in the Seth books. Plus the Sumari poetry, Oversoul Seven's Little Book and the Codicils all of which have serious intent. I also suggest that this trilogy has been the inspiration for a number of other authors works and some ensuing films, which I consider to be a good thing as the underlaying goodness of the deeply supportive 'system' portrayed is an idea that cannot be encouraged enough. I leave the thoughtful reader to speculate for themselves however which books and films those might be. Nb *any producers reading* these books would make fantastic films with todays CGI.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lee Ann Stamm

    This book is in 3 sections. Section one changed my life. I didn't care for the second section and I've never read the 3rd. Spiritually the 1st section brought together many thoughts that I had regarding my spirituality and beliefs. I have much gratitude to my spiritual teacher, Kara, for having our group study the first section. This book is in 3 sections. Section one changed my life. I didn't care for the second section and I've never read the 3rd. Spiritually the 1st section brought together many thoughts that I had regarding my spirituality and beliefs. I have much gratitude to my spiritual teacher, Kara, for having our group study the first section.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Karin

    I could get 3 books worth out of this but i wont. This book has an interesting premise and fortunately Roberts is able to keep it from getting too confusing in the first section. The other 2 sections (BKS 2 & 3) are a little tougher to believe. Oversoul 7 is a soul. He has 4 personalities he has created from himself: an early year (dare i say cave-man era) woman who finds a society where they teach how to use an astral body to do things at night while their body is asleep, an elderly woman who do I could get 3 books worth out of this but i wont. This book has an interesting premise and fortunately Roberts is able to keep it from getting too confusing in the first section. The other 2 sections (BKS 2 & 3) are a little tougher to believe. Oversoul 7 is a soul. He has 4 personalities he has created from himself: an early year (dare i say cave-man era) woman who finds a society where they teach how to use an astral body to do things at night while their body is asleep, an elderly woman who does not believe in the afterlife, but who needs to die, a young 23rd century man who leaves the calm air-village to spend time on the depopulated earth and a painter from the 1600s who doesn't have the stick-to-it-ness to actually paint much. OVersoul 7 helps these people out, as much as they will let him, often during their sleep. Kind of weird but interesting. OVersoul 7''s mentor Cypris (why doesn't she have a number?) uses some of these character's problems as an 'exam' for oversoul7. In Book 2, Lydia, the old lady from book 1 is now in the afterlife wanting to find out the answer of who is God? She meets lots of gods, from Zeus, Christ, Mohummed. Oversoul kind of tags along on these visits, while at the same time trying to get her to make the decision to be reborn to 1600'th century painter Josef (also from the first book) as his daughter. She discovers that her lover from her life, will be her cousin in this incarnation. Bonus deal! Kind of weird if you don't like our gods (Jesus, Allah) being treated like Greek Gods of old are now treated (ie Zeus). Rather irreverent. But interesting thots In book 3 there is a mentally unstable guy who sometimes says he is Christ and when he is, can do miracles. When is is John, he cannot. The dentist Oversoul takes a body to meet, finds this Christ guy too intriguing to leave alone. He must know how the 'miracles' happen- as they can't be miracles. It's the 1980s, and miracles just don't happen. This is another testy kind of thing from OVersoul's mentor, Cypris.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Marina Quattrocchi

    This is actually three books The Education of Oversoul Seven written by Jane Roberts in 1973, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven written in 1979, and Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time written in 1984. I've read some of Jane Robert's non fiction books, and wasn't sure how she would translate her teachings into non-fiction. The answer is brilliantly!! Over 30 years after the publication of the last book in this trilogy the concepts are still way ahead of their time. It begins with Oversou This is actually three books The Education of Oversoul Seven written by Jane Roberts in 1973, The Further Education of Oversoul Seven written in 1979, and Oversoul Seven and the Museum of Time written in 1984. I've read some of Jane Robert's non fiction books, and wasn't sure how she would translate her teachings into non-fiction. The answer is brilliantly!! Over 30 years after the publication of the last book in this trilogy the concepts are still way ahead of their time. It begins with Oversoul Seven, a soul with multiple incarnations being examined by a more advanced soul Cyprus. Simultaneously he is living as an elderly woman Lydia in the 20th century, as a painter Josef in the seventeenth century, as a beautiful black women Ma-ah in 35,000 B.C, and as a boy Proteus in the future 23rd century a time when earth has been depleted and people are living in floating cities above the earth. A lot to wrap your head around at first, but Roberts examines each life with such depth and insight you are totally drawn into their stories. Towards the end you see how we are all inter-related as the characters come to know each other in the dream state. In each book more fascinating souls and characters are added. In the second book Roberts introduces hilarious dream segments about our illusions and perceptions of the gods including Jesus, Zeus, Mary and Buddha. These chapters were so funny I read them all twice. I loved all three books. Although this is fiction it will really change the way you view souls, energy, reincarnation, dreams and especially time and how the past, present and future are linked. Brilliant beyond words--an enlightening, engaging, yet fun read.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Samilja

    Only one book of the trilogy down so far...and maybe that's good enough. This wasn't recommended to me for its literary prowess. Indeed, not much prowess. It was however recommended for it's metaphor which I found hinky and foggy and not a little far out. I can live with far out, but I have to buy in and well, I just didn't. I believe in the soul and maybe in some form of reincarnation (I think of it more like energetic recycling) but I'm still sorting through all of that and this book wasn't mu Only one book of the trilogy down so far...and maybe that's good enough. This wasn't recommended to me for its literary prowess. Indeed, not much prowess. It was however recommended for it's metaphor which I found hinky and foggy and not a little far out. I can live with far out, but I have to buy in and well, I just didn't. I believe in the soul and maybe in some form of reincarnation (I think of it more like energetic recycling) but I'm still sorting through all of that and this book wasn't much help.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Having read Seth Speaks, I was delighted when a friend had this book and let me borrow it to read. It is quite a quantum leap mentally, however, really worth sticking with. It was a great story and like nothing else I have ever read. However, I do find Seth harder to swallow in the other books. I actually prefer Abraham Hicks much more and find them much clearer and less theatrical. Easier to relate to in my life. But as a story/concept this book is great.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    I really did not understand these books. Roberts seemed to revel more in confussing details about shifting time and space than, well, anything else. This is supposed to be a spiritual book, I didn't get that. I was not comforted or inspired. Instead, I was left feeling that if this is what the higher planes are like, boy are we in trouble. I really did not understand these books. Roberts seemed to revel more in confussing details about shifting time and space than, well, anything else. This is supposed to be a spiritual book, I didn't get that. I was not comforted or inspired. Instead, I was left feeling that if this is what the higher planes are like, boy are we in trouble.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Chelsea

    Whether you believe the story or not, this gives a reader a lot to think about. It opened up my mind to more creative ways of thinking about the universe, it also eased my mind. Also there's a lot of humor and adventure within. Whether you believe the story or not, this gives a reader a lot to think about. It opened up my mind to more creative ways of thinking about the universe, it also eased my mind. Also there's a lot of humor and adventure within.

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