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You begin your quest with "The Celestine Prophecy," a parable that reads like a gripping adventure tale. Here you discover that an ancient Peruvian manuscript has disappeared. Although few Westerners know of its existence and a government wants to suppress it, this precious document contains an important secret: the nine Insights the human race is predicted to grasp as we You begin your quest with "The Celestine Prophecy," a parable that reads like a gripping adventure tale. Here you discover that an ancient Peruvian manuscript has disappeared. Although few Westerners know of its existence and a government wants to suppress it, this precious document contains an important secret: the nine Insights the human race is predicted to grasp as we enter an era of true spiritual awareness. To find the manuscript, you will journey high into the Andes mountains and into the deepest places of the self. When the last of the nine Insights is revealed to you, you will have an exciting new image of human life, and a positive vision of how we will save this planet, its creatures and its beauty. But one Insight will still be missing...


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You begin your quest with "The Celestine Prophecy," a parable that reads like a gripping adventure tale. Here you discover that an ancient Peruvian manuscript has disappeared. Although few Westerners know of its existence and a government wants to suppress it, this precious document contains an important secret: the nine Insights the human race is predicted to grasp as we You begin your quest with "The Celestine Prophecy," a parable that reads like a gripping adventure tale. Here you discover that an ancient Peruvian manuscript has disappeared. Although few Westerners know of its existence and a government wants to suppress it, this precious document contains an important secret: the nine Insights the human race is predicted to grasp as we enter an era of true spiritual awareness. To find the manuscript, you will journey high into the Andes mountains and into the deepest places of the self. When the last of the nine Insights is revealed to you, you will have an exciting new image of human life, and a positive vision of how we will save this planet, its creatures and its beauty. But one Insight will still be missing...

30 review for Celestine Insights - Limited Edition of Celestine Prophecy and Tenth Insight

  1. 5 out of 5

    Aaron Miller

    This is 2 books in one edition so I would give The Celestine Prophecy 3 stars for the often thought-provoking "Insights," though the prose of the fictional story is laughably amateurish most of the time. (The number of times each character "smiles" as some kind of description could be a drinking game where you will most definitely black out.) Each character really blends into the same homogenous person no matter their background in the way that they're just there to help the narrator along on th This is 2 books in one edition so I would give The Celestine Prophecy 3 stars for the often thought-provoking "Insights," though the prose of the fictional story is laughably amateurish most of the time. (The number of times each character "smiles" as some kind of description could be a drinking game where you will most definitely black out.) Each character really blends into the same homogenous person no matter their background in the way that they're just there to help the narrator along on the journey. I read this when I was younger as well and just looked by a lot of the flaws because I found the Insights so interesting at the time. The ways people can take energy from one another was helpful at a young age, especially with a lot of "poor me"-s around. It helped me continue on a better path that I was already starting on against consumerism and people doing meaningless jobs just to get by instead of feeling any spirituality or a bigger purpose for humans as we are here on Earth. However, he is also overly general the majority of the time or sums up huge events in a poor and lazy fashion. As I've grown and learned, I find this book even more egocentric towards humans and full of wishful thinking instead of sincere answers. However I liked the questions it made me ask myself (as opposed to some of the questions the characters in the book are actually asking) so I still find it a worthwhile read. Also, the following of "coincidences" as a pattern that you are on the right path is something I enjoyed when I was younger and still do now to an extent. Re-reading the book again though shows the Insight as written very full of privilege and seemingly blind to people whose fate will be of something less spectacular or even horrid at no fault of their own. It also doesn't acknowledge how just following coincidences you see could lead you down a hole of ego and narcissism and misinformation if you don't keep aware of so many other things around you, many not involving patterns in your own freaking life. But I do still feel I'm on a right path if I notice little things lining up in my own life thanks to reading this book when younger. However, after now reading The Tenth Insight for the first time, most of the grace I had for The Celestine Prophecy is erased! It's most definitely a one star book, and I don't think anyone should waste their time with it. Instead of now having us ask questions about where to go in the future as we leave our materialism behind, the questions are answered for us in a ridiculous and specific Christian fantasy way that was incredibly disappointing. I can't help but feel James Redfield lost his way and needed to now make more money himself, filling up a word quota for his sequel here. He makes multiple offensive generalities against criminals and poor people in the midst of his supposed spiritual future awakenings. He sees the vision of all religions just coming together (somehow) but yet it all seems to be based around "angels" and Christian imagery the whole time. Plus, a lot of the ideas seem ridiculously cult-like as he gives this supposed "vision of the future." I started envisioning all kinds of workshops and camps that I bet he set up and sold in his life around this time. Disgusting. (How to see people's energy by "really looking at their face" and Birth Visions and Future Visions and the list goes on and on towards a World Vision.) What happened to the anti-consumerism and questioning of what's around you in the first book? He follows with a poorly written book that gives you pure fantasy answers that are ludicrously specific. The prose is even worse in this book as now "suddenly"s will appear everywhere you turn. The villains and action are so Scooby-Doo in it that I laughed out loud a few times. You will find yourself shaking your head at this book. Or even worse, if you start to think he's onto something, look out! Don't go to a class or camp! This is mass cult-y Christian garbage described in fantasy enlightenment. The narrator will "somehow know" more than Native American characters, doctors, absolutely anyone he comes across. Plus the wishful thinking and narcissism of humans just coming back as themselves over and over makes me angry. As if we couldn't see our part in the history of helping the world without our egos coming back seemed to be the same scared point of lots of organized religion we're supposed to be looking beyond. "The Fear," as it is simplistically called the entire book. Truly one of the worst books I've ever read. I always gave him credit for The Celestine Prophecy, but now I have zero faith in James Redfield at all. Maybe read The Celestine Prophecy, but that is it. Spare yourself this one.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alissa Taylor

    I had very mixed feelings about this one. On the one hand it made me think very deeply about how I interact with people, about intuition and nature among other things which I found extremely valuable. But on the other hand, the writing is not very good as a narrative and it's very idealistic, naive and eurocentric in it's philosophy The first part of this edition I thought was actually pretty good. The author talks about observable subjects that you can apply to yourself, and I did and actually I had very mixed feelings about this one. On the one hand it made me think very deeply about how I interact with people, about intuition and nature among other things which I found extremely valuable. But on the other hand, the writing is not very good as a narrative and it's very idealistic, naive and eurocentric in it's philosophy The first part of this edition I thought was actually pretty good. The author talks about observable subjects that you can apply to yourself, and I did and actually got a lot out of it. But if I could do it all over again I would skip the 10th insight. There were some good nuggets in there to think on, but it is mostly speculation about "the afterlife". And it's pretty fantastical, but maybe you're into that kind of stuff; IDK. But I wasn't.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alina Grace

    Learning all 9 Insights is a beginning of understanding ourselves and also learning to treat others well as we are all One. The ability to come from the space of Love is key here and learning to trust our instincts as they're there to guide us to better understand the reason of our lives on Earth. The lessons that will be imparted. The Tenth Insight is to hold on to that vision and fully trust our true potentials and be guided by our instincts. Things in the world do not require war or the need t Learning all 9 Insights is a beginning of understanding ourselves and also learning to treat others well as we are all One. The ability to come from the space of Love is key here and learning to trust our instincts as they're there to guide us to better understand the reason of our lives on Earth. The lessons that will be imparted. The Tenth Insight is to hold on to that vision and fully trust our true potentials and be guided by our instincts. Things in the world do not require war or the need to get energy from others but to work within ourselves and to seek for the energy through the Source.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maria C. MacGreggor

    Good but not outstanding The story itself is intriguing, but it seems to get too garbled in the 2nd book The Tenth Insight. I had a lot harder time focusing during the 2nd book, as some of the passages on the mystical just seemed to ramble. It's a good read, but I wasn't blown away. Good but not outstanding The story itself is intriguing, but it seems to get too garbled in the 2nd book The Tenth Insight. I had a lot harder time focusing during the 2nd book, as some of the passages on the mystical just seemed to ramble. It's a good read, but I wasn't blown away.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl McKenzie-Cook

    Awesome When I first read this book many years ago it seemed like science fiction. Reading it again now and observing what is happening in the world it is prophetic. I think.everyone should read this.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kenzo Amariyo

    Love all these books

  7. 4 out of 5

    Roimata McNeill

    A must read for humanity Mind blown. Just read it and be awoken. Coincidentally exactly the right timing for me to have read this book. ❤️

  8. 4 out of 5

    Dannet Botkin

    Loved Celestine Prophecy, one of my fav books!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Diana Tcaci

    An exceptional book about energy exchange and wisdom of life.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jen Baxter

    I remembered reading the Celestine prophecy when it first came out because a friend gave me a copy and recently I wanted to reread it now and see how I felt years later. It feels like spiritual entertainment. It makes you think, the insights resonate but the story itself and the characters are average. By the time I go to reading the tenth insight I was a bit bored. The story just didn't keep me engaged. I remembered reading the Celestine prophecy when it first came out because a friend gave me a copy and recently I wanted to reread it now and see how I felt years later. It feels like spiritual entertainment. It makes you think, the insights resonate but the story itself and the characters are average. By the time I go to reading the tenth insight I was a bit bored. The story just didn't keep me engaged.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kayly

    I loved these books. They copped a lot of flack from some of the reading public I hear, when they came out, but I really enjoyed the premise and the writing and the story of the whole series, very much.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jerome

    An interesting and thought provoking quick read.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Punkerella7299

    deep and made me really open my eyes to the insights around me

  14. 5 out of 5

    Luna Charles

    Wonderfully, enlightening story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Maslowski

    Definitely a book that makes you think about what is important in life and gives a different perspective to the idea of philosophy vs science.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tess

  17. 4 out of 5

    Han

  18. 4 out of 5

    Diana Beckett

  19. 4 out of 5

    Philippa J Bramley

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tomecia

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez

  22. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Gizachew

  23. 5 out of 5

    Matt Degennaro

  24. 4 out of 5

    Audrey

  25. 4 out of 5

    Angela

  26. 4 out of 5

    Pat

  27. 4 out of 5

    Gwen

  28. 4 out of 5

    Samantha McGuire (Mirror Bridge Books)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Steve Gooding

  30. 4 out of 5

    Monique

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