A new wave of Consciousness is sweeping the planet.
James Redfield, author of the NY Times BestSeller The Celestine Prophecy says something beautiful is happening. “The world is moving from receiving spiritual insights to living in the Consciousness of our lives.”
James shares The Celestine Vision ~ the potential for a life marked by a higher Spiritual Connection and all that flows from it: intuitive guidance, a flow of Synchronicity, and ultimately, a destiny that leads us to help make the world better and more enlightened. Stay tuned in as James shares his insights on the state of love, a meditation that calms your emotional body, and the difference between being a giver or a taker.
James Redfield’s first book was The Celestine Prophecy. Using an adventure parable approach that has been called “part Indiana Jones, part Scott Peck,” The Celestine Prophecy created a model for spiritual perception and actualization that resonated with millions of people and focused on the mysterious coincidences that occur in each of our lives. The book quickly climbed to the #1 position on the New York Times bestsellers list. It remained on that list for more than three years, joined by his second book The Tenth Insight, which built upon the Nine Insights revealed in the first novel.
The Celestine series of adventure parables continued in 1999 with the publication of The Secret of Shambhala: In Search of the Eleventh Insight. Set in modern day Tibet, the third book carries readers to a new adventure in a sacred place where truths that can affect all of humanity await. The fourth and final book in the Celestine series, The Twelfth Insight: The Hour of Decision, was published in February, 2011.
Today a new generation of people are rediscovering the insights in The Celestine Vision and James is once again sharing his work through talks and workshops. Find out more at celestinevision.com
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