Insights from The Celestine Prophecy

For the full review of The Twelfth Insight: The Hour of Decision by James Redfield, see Book review: Twelfth Insight–Hour of Decision.

In The Celestine Prophecy, one of the most popular works of modern new age fiction, James Redfield describes nine insights:Celestine Prophecy by James Redfield new age novel spiritual fiction metaphysical

  1. We become conscious of the coincidences in our lives and that some other spiritual process is operating.
  2. We are gaining a broader understanding of Western history in terms of spirituality. We’ve woken up from a 500-year-long preoccupation with the material world and want to know what life is really about.
  3. We have a new understanding of the physical world, which is made up of energy. This energy can be altered by intention.
  4. When we control another human being we receive their energy. Conflict occurs when humans feel the need to control and dominate one another.
  5. Humans must learn to gain energy from the universal source, not other people.
  6. We all have “control dramas,” which are ways we have learned to get energy flowing in our direction. These must be released.
  7. Trust your intuition. Assume that every event has significance and contains a message that somehow pertains to our questions.
  8. Manage relationship energies with care, especially with children.
  9. We will continue to evolve spiritually.

Sources:

http://keelynet.com/unclass/insight.htm

http://homestar.org/bryannan/celistin.html

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