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The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure - James Redfield

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Author: James Redfield / Paperback / 282 Pages / Book is published 1994-10-06 by Bantam

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      23.12.2012 16:39

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      As said previous the book is good for a person, that has an interest or a seach for an understanding

      A book that gently inspires and opens up the reader to spirituality in everyday life. James Redfiled has written a book, that can be read of people with different religious - cultural backgrounds. The book is letting us follow the main character, which life is turned upside down as he is on a journey to Peru. By what seems as a coincidence, people and situations are imposed upon him - and little by little these play an important part
      of understanding 9 steps, which is revealed as nine insights to a higher spiritual awareness.
      The strengh of the history is that the person, gets to live and see, the implications each insight has on
      the patterns, he has approached life with so far. It provokes the person and us as reader, to re-evaluate everyday episodes from a new perspective, as we are faced with a choice, that we can embrace to realise our own 9 insights.

      As said previous the book is good for a person, that has an interest or a seach for an understanding or meaning in life, but has not found a religion - or does not want a religion.
      In that case the book can serve as guide, as towards defining an understanding of, or compass of where you stand in therms of all the great world religions, that can be a bit difficult to approach as a lay person.

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