@Byron, I don’t think there is a rigid plan in terms of certain events or a ‘mission’ necessarily, I think its more about growing into a more expanded version of yourself that is a natural outgrowth of who you already are. Seth describes a psychic ‘blueprint’ that exists for each person that is like the ideal shape that the person is hopefully growing into. But it’s not a fixed blueprint that’s rigid and doesn’t change, it has a give and take between itself and the individual versions that are progressing towards it.
I don’t know if this is exactly the same thing or not, but because of simultaneous time, a highly advanced version of yourself that has reached all these potentials inevitably already exists, and that self can be communicated with, and probably influences you without you necessarily being aware. As I understand it this is not the same thing as the entity, but all this gets so complex it’s difficult to separate all the different aspects of what Seth talks about.
This ties in with what Jane talks about in her book, Psychic Politics, about the heroic dimension, and about people being ‘eccentric’ versions of heroic or ideal personalities.
I will try to find the quotes about the blueprint stuff which might make this clearer, I think it might be the closet thing to the plan you and @Christopher are talking about.