2021 Conference

2021 California Seth Conference Speakers

Chiron O'Keefe is presenting at this year's 2021 California Seth Conference! Her presentation will be, "The Nature of “Probable” Reality". 

Chiron O'Keefe is the author of "Bravely You, Bravely Me: Being You Without Apology," and a poet, singer/songwriter, lifelong dreamer, and a long-time Seth reader. As a teen, prompted by evocative dreams and experiences, she began her journey to explore the mysteries of life and develop an understanding of what reality just might be.

Chiron has studied and incorporated Seth's concepts and philosophy for decades. Active in Seth groups beginning with Seth Network International and the CompuServe forums in the 1990s, she's also led group explorations on the nature of reality, beliefs, dreams, and probable realities. She's lectured on astrology and had articles published in American Astrologer. While a practicing astrological counselor in southern Oregon, she incorporated Seth's ideas in each session.

She's currently working on her second book. She continues exploring and expanding on Seth's concepts, interweaving psychology, the writings of similar teacher-colleagues, her own metaphysical experiences and her ever-growing comprehension of the nature of existence.

You can follow Chiron at her author page on FB at https://www.facebook.com/chironokeefe.

For information about her book, visit her website at https://www.chironokeefe.com. You can also sign up for her newsletter!

"Bravely You, Bravely Me: Being You Without Apology," is available on Amazon and on Kindle Unlimited, you can find her Amazon page here: https://tinyurl.com/fmnpshru

Websites
https://www.chironokeefe.com 

Social Media
https://www.facebook.com/chironokeefe 

Books
Bravely You, Bravely Me: Being You Without Apology

Daily Seth Quote

“We are individualized portions of energy, materialized within physical existence, to learn to form ideas from energy, and make them physical (this is idea construction). We project ideas into an object so that we can deal with it. But the object is the thought, materialized. This physical representation of an idea permits us to learn the difference between the "I" who thinks and the thought. Idea construction teaches the "I" what it is, by showing it its own products in a physical manner. We learn by viewing our own creations, in other words. We learn the power and effects of ideas by changing them into physical realities, and we learn responsibility in the use of creative energy...” - Seth