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TES5 Session 228 January 31, 1966 7/73 (10%) shoe weather storm blizzard excesses
– The Early Sessions: Book 5 of The Seth Material
– Session 228 January 31, 1966 9 PM Monday as Scheduled

[... 2 paragraphs ...]

(Watching the blizzard that hit Elmira this weekend in action, I thought it like a disembodied psychic storm. Jane agreed; as session time drew near tonight she said she thought Seth would discuss the storm, and our weather in general. Seth has had something to say about the weather in these sessions: 56, 84, 123 and 175, without going into any great detail. Check Volumes 2, 3, and 4.

[... 7 paragraphs ...]

Now. This is a good time to discuss certain interactions that occur within your system, and we can take your winter storm as an excellent example.

There is a constant give and take between psychic and chemical components which actually cause your daily weather, your weather cycles, seasons, droughts and storms. This physical weather then in its turn affects and changes the psychic atmosphere of each individual. The force that causes your weather can be thought of as self-generating.

[... 8 paragraphs ...]

This blizzard, and the last storm of last week, both of these are beneficial primarily. Now the physical organism simply cannot handle all of the energy that is available to it. It has abundant energy, not only to care for itself but to create a favorable physical environment. Without the outlet, the constructive outlet provided it in the formation of its own weather environments, the physical organism would have little balance or stability.

As emotional storms may be the result of a lack of discipline or of knowledge, or of control of one or more portions of the self, bringing about a corresponding exaggeration or growth of other portions of the self, so also erratic physical storms come from the same causes on a collective basis, but with the energy directed outward and often turned to a constructive purpose. Though this is not always the case.

A physical storm may, as you know, be far more disastrous than an emotional one. But a physical storm is a collective endeavor, and can be compared, if it is disastrous, only with disastrous collective emotional storms such as those that sweep across nations, when all minds seem seized by irrationality.

[... 19 paragraphs ...]

(Break at 10:16. Jane was dissociated as usual. Her eyes had remained closed. Her pace had become good toward the end of the delivery. The wind had been hitting 40 MPH in gusts, and our apartment had been chilly all day. Jane’s slower and quiet manner had made me more aware of the storm and I had wondered whether it would bother her, but she said she had been aware of nothing while speaking.

[... 29 paragraphs ...]

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