10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on 21 February 1999
This is the fourth Seth book I've read, and my one-line summary up there says it all. Easier to read than Volume One of "Unknown Reality", and I think more exciting even than "The Nature of Personal Reality". It's kicked me off on some of my own adventures that would have been inconceivable to me before.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on 27 May 2003
In these volumes, Seth tries to guide the reader toward a deeper understand of the nature of reality eg that each of us is as awake when dreaming as during what we think of as our waking hours...and that we each "create our own reality". As with all Seth books, volume 2 is excellent and deeply thought provoking. I was especially impressed by the realisation that Seth is claiming to be an "unlearner"...seeking to cut away preconceptions to allow the reader to think anew about life and the structure of reality. I believe that "he", whatever you believe Seth to be, makes an honest attempt at doing that, whereas I think that Robert Butts is pedestrian in comparison and his notes rarely contribute to the story.