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TPS3 Deleted Session February 19, 1975 16/74 (22%) Foster house hill privacy formality
– The Personal Sessions: Book 3 of The Deleted Seth Material
– Deleted Session February 19, 1975 9:27 PM Wednesday

[... 17 paragraphs ...]

Give us a moment.... The people who have lived in the Foster Street house, and the hill house, have to some extent already conditioned the rest of the neighbors in a certain way. There are alliances and understandings in neighborhoods—signs for others to read. The little house on Cobbles East also has its own aura of privacy that no garage on the other side can disturb.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

The Foster house had shrubs. The front entrance was not even used. The hill house is set up high. Anyone who walks up the steps from the street knows they are making a trip. Financially you have absolutely nothing to worry about. You can afford the cash.

[... 3 paragraphs ...]

In the Foster house you would find yourselves having to open the place up, and you would find triumphant joy when the windows worked. Ruburt would eventually alter the kitchen so that more light came in. That would be symbolic and practical.

[... 3 paragraphs ...]

(10:14.) Give us a moment.... There are also kinds of creative changes that you do not foresee, that you can make in both areas of the yard, at Foster. The one is dark, the other open, comparatively speaking.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

You must forget current market values. They are artificial. I am not telling you to forget your own finances, but the contractor’s idea of the physical worth of the Foster house has only an adjacent connection with its values to you. You would be well-equipped financially to make whatever changes you want in the future.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

Give us a moment.... The property also will rise, as I said the Foster property would. It is sunnier, obviously. You would definitely however end up tearing down a wall, and I believe that you might add another room, or want to possibly in the future, to one side. You would also end up enlarging some windows for your work areas. Ruburt would, incidentally, as he said, plop down at the largest window.

The Cobbles East house would not content you, though it is a quite adequate house, and elegant in its way inside. You would feel cramped, however. The hill house, because of its location, adds a spaciousness that is inside the Foster house, but either way you have an open feeling in terms of expansion.

[... 4 paragraphs ...]

The Foster house represents many things, and though it is not on a hill it represents your feelings of secrecy and privacy. The windows do not open. It is dark, yet it is large, and in its way elegant. You can go along with the house as it is, and become more secretive. You can hide in it better than you can in the hill house.

[... 1 paragraph ...]

Give us time.... The Foster Street house has a certain decadence. Do you follow me?

[... 1 paragraph ...]

The hill house does not. It represents a kind of challenge you have not thus far accepted. A kind of living in the present that has frightened you both. As given however it still possesses qualities that do go in with your natures. Foster Street represents an elegant secretive past, and you would both try to hide within it. Ruburt hates to give it up for that reason, but to a lesser degree so do you.

[... 4 paragraphs ...]

(10:45. “I feel sad,” Jane said. She was near tears. “I feel funny—like some part of me wants to crawl into that Foster Street house and hide there. Creep around that yard.”

[... 1 paragraph ...]

(“I’m shocked,” Jane countered. “I loved the idea of that Foster Street house. But he’s so fucking smart—Seth—”

[... 6 paragraphs ...]

Give us a moment.... The aura about is as important to your painting as the ready-made workroom in the Foster house. The very air is inspiring, so that you will paint more there even if your work area is not immediately as good.

[... 4 paragraphs ...]

Now Ruburt feels to some extent that a nice place is permissible if it is decadent. That had to do with Foster. There is no need to be ashamed of your money, or to fear there will not be more of it. You need an intimate give-and-take with the land. The hillside is not yours, yet it is your view. And it has strong evocative connections with your creative lives.

For your purposes the house is worth the price. In the market, in Frank’s terms, the house is worth perhaps $38,500, or $39,000. That price will also go up. Though the rooms are smaller there is in a strange way greater manipulability, psychically speaking. A definite change in living patterns will result, and of attitude, that would not happen in the Foster house. This also means that greater adaptability is required, but it will be to the good. The whole difference here is the quality of nature as it surrounds both houses. The one invites you to roam, the other to hide. Both houses have Sumari characteristics, but in different combinations. You both need the sun.

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

On the house: now Ruburt could quite cleverly see Dr. Sam as he tried to shut nature out, and be at the same time relatively opaque in understanding his feelings toward the Foster Street house—his own feelings.

[... 8 paragraphs ...]

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