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The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure Paperback – November 1, 1997
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Adventure -- a fast paced tale
It gives strong messages of the human journey through spiritualism and change/evolution.
Observes hidden powers of the mind, body and energy.
Discusses psychological and spiritual ideas
General themes are: intuition, synchronicity, spirit body travel, auras, spiritual awakening of the human mind, divine guidance, vivid perception experiences and nature lifting human energy and spiritual power.
Provides some good food for thought -- contemplative.
Enlightening (but surely not for all audiences).
This book was on the New York Times bestseller list for three years
This is a very interest read. Inspiring.
OK, First here's my own SPOILER ALERT.
This is easily the worst-written book I have ever read. I'm no Literary Critic, so I can't articulate why it's so bad, but you'll know as soon as you start to read it.
PLEASE don't let that stop you. (In fact, you can do what I did. Be amused by it! Try to imagine how you could have written a passage worse than Redfield did. Bet you can't.) You have to slog through this truly bad writing to get to the nuggets, even veins, of gold.
The book puts forth fascinating ideas. There are what Redfield calls "synchronisities," coincidences that some of us instinctively recognize and act upon, which advance our lives in positive directions. There's the concept of Energy. He talks about personal energies and personal "dramas," the outward manifestations of our inner struggles with energy, and how the dramas of others can interact with and affect us.
One of the most interesting of his theories is that individual poeple and mankind as a whole are beginning to evolve, spiritually. That theory has helped me explain and understand why some peoples seem so savage and brutal...They haven't evolved as far as we have. There's a lot of stuff about auras, which doesn't speak to me, but may to you. I have this book and "The Four Agreements," by Don Miguel Ruiz on my Kindle and iPhone, for occasional reference and insight. Bet you will, too.