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  1. says:

    I read this book when I first moved to Sacramento from San Francisco and was going through some major changes in

  2. says:

    Let me start by saying that I loved The Celestine Prophesy It's one of my favorite books of all time I love how it talks

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    This gets a big 5 stars not entirely for the the story itself but for the message of how to use ones power to help create a change in this world I have practiced the works described in this book for the better part of 20 years now what I call my Spitural Work It is rewarding to think that everyone who has held this book in their hands now possesses the knowledge of how to create their thoughts to be the single most important thing in the un

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    Redfield's books are to spiritual seekers what the romance novel is to single women They're so fun to read even if they're a little over the top This one is infinitely better than the 10th Insight I love the idea of the prayer field although I don't care for the terminology and how we must deal with our negative emotions or else we'll be running into our projections of them all over the real world The idea of paradise presented in this nov

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    This book was a fairly easy read and pretty enjoyable I did appreciate the insight into the situation with TibetChina as well While I don't buy into the whole one day we'll all be vibrating at the highest level thing I do

  6. says:

    This is not meant to be great fiction Redfield merely tries to divulge his ideas via fiction in order to make them palatable He does a decent job of describing his ideas of Intentionwhich he calls prayer fields The last few chapters drag and most of the story is pretty boring Redfield doesn't challenge his characters in any of his fiction they just meander along from incident to incident and because of this they never feel real

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    Of the three Celestine Prophesy series I liked this best because it told of an ideal spiritual society To me it was a glimpse of spiritual potential even if this is a fiction book Since reading this book I've had a fascination with Tibet prayer flags the Himalayas Too bad Redfield won't have a seuel to until early 2011 nex

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    This is the best one of the series of 3 Very spiritual in a differnt sort of way I don't know if you would call

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    This book gives a lot of insight into how we as individuals are responsible for our own energy and how it affects others A look at the world's situation now and how it could change into something much greater whe we each learn compassion and look for the highest good in each other

  10. says:

    What a wild ride In order to really understand the intended progress of this book you have to start with The Celestine Prophecy and then the following book The Tenth Insight – overall it’s a six book series folks The four books tell the story the fifth book is The Celestine Vision and the sixth is a workbook This time our hero finds his way through his friend Wil and synchronicity to Kathmandu to go to Tibet – his friend Wil who was

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review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ð James Redfield

Highest mountains the secrets that affect all humanity For Shambhala not only actually exists but is destined to be found in our time and will reveal powerful truths that can transform the wor. This book gives a lot of insight into how we as individuals are responsible for our own energy and how it affects others A look at the world s situation now and how it could change into something much greater whe we each learn compassion and look for the highest good in each other

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The Secret of Shambhala In Search of Eleventh Insight

Continuing the exciting adventures of The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight this new book takes you to the snow covered Himalayas in search of the legendary Tibetan utopia of Shambhala. This gets a big 5 stars not entirely for the the story itself but for the message of how to use ones power to help create a change in this world I have practiced the works described in this book for the better part of 20 years now what I call my Spitural Work It is rewarding to think that everyone who has held this book in their hands now possesses the knowledge of how to create their thoughts to be the single most important thing in the universe at that moment in timeEverything means something What that something is made out to be is the responsibility we all live with but only the few live for I hope that we all start to live for LOVE and truly understand that is the only thought ever worth expanding on

review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ð James Redfield

As you follow a child's instructions are pursued by hostile Chinese agents and look for a lost friend you will experience a new awareness of synchronicityand discover hidden among the world's. This book was a fairly easy read and pretty enjoyable I did appreciate the insight into the situation with TibetChina as well While I don t buy into the whole one day we ll all be vibrating at the highest level thing I do think he makes some good points and I like the idea of setting positive intentions being on the lookout for coincidences and sending out positive energy It has been a while since I read The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight but I seem to remember that I really liked The Celestine Prophecy and was pretty disappointed with The Tenth Insight From my limited memory I ll say that I didn t like this installment as much as the first book but it was much better than the second

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