Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Seth on Death and Cancer

Seth, The Individual and the Nature of Mass Events, Sess 866, Mass Events

Cancer, for example, has become the symbol for the body’s vulnerability, in current years—the proof of man’s susceptibility to the body. It is a disease that people have when they want to die—when they are ashamed to admit that they want to die, because death seems to fly against sane behavior. lf the species struggles to survive, then how can individuals want to die?

I have mentioned before that many people have had cancer and recovered without knowing it. In your belief system, however, it is almost imperative to see a doctor in such circumstances (as Jane wrote in Note 2 for Session 805), for many fears are unsubstantiated, and the fear alone, found groundless, gives the person new life symbolically and physically.

In the case of your article, a woman’s cells would already have had to prepare themselves for the guest—granted that guest was cancerous, and was a sperm. There is not an attack. There is an acceptance and a preparation for certain changes.

(Pause at 10:13.) A life crisis is formed. The “parasite,” or virus, plays its part in setting up such a psychologically-desired position. It is an emotionally-charged position, an imminent crisis. I am aware of the tormenting questions involved in such issues, and also of the gap between my explanations and the daily experiences of many people. The fact is that when death comes it is wanted; it has been chosen.

The fact is that death in its way is the culmination of a life, leading toward a new birth and new experience. The cells know this. So does the heart. People cannot admit that they want to die at certain times. If they could accept the fact of their own wishes, some could even change their minds. Many do: The psychological condition changes for the better, and the body cells are no longer amiable to the cancerous condition.

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