We talked about Seth and Jane Roberts in two earlier blog articles: Are You A Victim of Yourself? and Can We Travel To Other Dimensions?

Our title today is one of the Seth concepts I adopted when I first started reading the Seth books many years ago. It’s a tough concept for many folks to accept. How can this valley of tears possibly be fun?

Here’s what Spirit says.

Spirit

Friends, we’ve said this so many times over the years, we’re probably sounding like the proverbial broken record to some of you — Life is supposed to be fun!

Life is not serious, despite all your news media headlines and all the human drama out there in your world today. If you could step back for a few moments from what seems to be your reality, you would begin to see your lives and your world from a fresh, new perspective.

But first, you have to remove your awareness from what is — from the daily dramas you see all around you, in the world, in other people’s lives, in your own lives. But that can be difficult if you do not take time alone to meditate, to be out in nature, to simply get yourselves into a quiet place by whatever means work for you.

Once you remove yourselves from the chaos and confusion of your modern world, you will begin to touch again the world of spirit. In that quiet time, you will begin to remember who you are, and why you are here.

You came to bring more of the divine creative energies that created all that is to your planet at this particular time in your human history. Why?

Well, first because you thought there might be some fun in doing it. Second, you came as a messenger from God — literally. You are all messengers from God, each of you bringing your own special, unique gifts and energies to your planet, and to your sisters and brothers.

So, given this magnificent mission all of you have so lovingly set out upon, do you not think you deserve all the abundance God and the universe have to offer you?

They want you to be abundant in every way. They want you to have everything you’ve ever wanted. Their “agenda” for you does not include pain, suffering, joyless lives, and empty, sad deaths. But it does include fun.

What are your thoughts? Is your life mostly fun or mostly not?

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