Re: "All that form my unique individuality, They are given me for a reason”
Seth Gave Jane and Rob resolutions for 1979 then talked about them a year later in session 891 for 1980. In 891 Seth briefly explained a reason for using Resolutions:
“tell Ruburt, who does not read them now, as they were then. They help focus both mind and imagination. That focusing helps you to act, to be.” —DEaVF1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979
with all 4 resolutions being repeated in Note 1.
Understanding Framework I & II
However, by Seth’s “They are given for a reason” in resolution 1, I believe Seth is referring to the characteristics that form Janes (and also our) unique individual characteristics; all our individual aspects are given for a reason.
You create your own reality
Continuing along this line; I believe he is referring to how all that we experience in Framework I (F1) object reality always originates from Framework II (F2) subjective reality for the purpose of fulfilling Inner Self’s desire, propensity and inclination to fulfill its being with the expansion of valued realizations. (Study Value fulfillment for more on this.)
The mental constructions we experience in F1 then originate from F2, for Value Fulfillment purposes. But of that which we focus upon with expectation in F1, they seed the next F2 mental constructs subsequently experienced in F1.
Understanding F1 follows a line of probable realities
“But within the range of workable probabilities, private and mass choices, the people of the world are choosing their probable 1980s” —DEaVF1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979
“I want you to try and imagine actual events, as you think of them, to be (pause) the vitalized representations of probabilities” —DEaVF1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979
Now Re: "nothing can exist in the future that I do not want to be there"
Continuing with above: Of that which we focus upon with expectation in F1, they seed the next F2 mental constructs subsequently experienced in F1; If we can discipline our attention to focus upon and expect that which is desired of that which is probable, nothing can exist in the future that we do NOT want to be there.
DEaVF and all of Session 891 is VERY important. Here we find Seth giving us the most valuable advice we have on how to affect manifestation of desirable experiences working from Framework I (physical reality):
“The important lessons have never really appeared in your societies: the most beneficial use of the directed will, with great expectations, and that coupled with the knowledge of Framework 1 and 2 activities. Very simply: You want something, you dwell upon it consciously for a while, you consciously imagine it coming to the forefront of probabilities, closer to your actuality. Then you drop it like a pebble into Framework 2, forget about it as much as possible for a fortnight, and do this in a certain rhythm.” —DEaVF1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979
Forming Expectations is key:
“Great expectations, basically, have nothing to do with degree, for a grass blade is filled with great expectations. Great expectations are built upon a faith in the nature of reality, a faith in nature itself, a faith in the life you are given, whatever its degree—and all children, for example, are born with those expectations. Fairy tales are indeed often—though not always—carriers of a kind of underground knowledge, as per your discussion about Cinderella (also see the 824th session for Mass Events), and the greatest fairy tales are always those in which the greatest expectations win out: The elements of the physical world that are unfortunate can be changed in the twinkling of an eye through great expectations.”
—DEaVF1 Chapter 3: Session 891, December 26, 1979