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It was published in One of the characters of The Celestine Prophecy disappears while exploring a forest in the Appalachian Mountains. The book discusses ideas about other dimensions, past lives, conception and birth, the passage through death to an afterlife, hell and heaven. It also illustrates the author's vision of human destiny and the notion that fear of the future is endangering Earth's spiritual renaissance. In the story, each individual soul is part of a larger "Soul Group", which shares the mission of helping the evolution of the cosmos. At times, a soul from a given Group incarnates itself, choosing the conditions of its life according to its needs, while the other souls observe.

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Marie reads a variety of spiritual books and materials and is a student of the Teachings of the Ascended Masters East and West. The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision was given to me by my son-in-law, who knows I enjoy reading spiritual topics.

Among the collection of books given, the title and cover attracted my attention, plus the fact that the book is hard-covered. As I began delving into this book, I realized that the author was not only writing a piece of fiction, but conveying aspects of Native American culture and metaphysics as well.

James Redfield was raised in rural Alabama near Birmingham. While majoring in Sociology at Auburn University, he studied Eastern philosophies and later received a Master's degree in Counseling. During his year practice as a therapist, he was drawn into the human potential movement and turned to it for theories about intuitions and psychic phenomena to aid adolescent clients.

He began writing in to share his insights on psychology, philosophy, science, mysticism, ecology, and history, especially as it serves to understand future human potential. Like the Celestine Prophecy, this sequel is an adventure parable, an attempt to illustrate the ongoing spiritual transformation that is occurring in our time. The book is sectioned into ten chapters, each averaging pages in length.

The titles of these chapters are as follows:. In about 60 words of past tense, the protagonist walks to an edge of granite and overlooks an Appalachian valley. The author describes the scenery in panoramic style, attracting nature lovers into this story. The invitation to read more comes with the disappearance of Charlene, a researcher and apparent colleague of the main character.

The author asks, ". As the story progresses, the reader learns that part of the lands in the valley where dissonant sounds are being heard may be owned by a corporation conducting dangerous experiments. John Donald Williams - a deceased physics doctorate whose energy forms the basis of the technology being developed in the valley. Curtis Weber - a technology consultant who bears the burden of halting the experiments in the valley.

Maya Ponder - a middle-aged, alternative health care provider who assists patients in healing through their emotions. The author weaves third dimensional reality into another, more etheric dimension. One example of how he does this can be found on the fourth page, where he writes:. Afterward I had experienced a vivid image of Charlene in my mind, the same image I had perceived in Peru when told of the existence of a Tenth Insight.

A wisp of wind touched my face and I again studied the view below. That had to be the town Charlene had indicated on the map. Another example occurs on page six where Mr. Redfield writes about the protagonist's meeting with David Lone Eagle:.

He was younger and dressed in buckskins, sitting in front of a large fire. Streaks of war paint adorned his face. The Tenth Insight is about understanding this whole awareness--the perception of mysterious coincidences, the growing spiitual consciousness on Earth, the Ninth Insight disappearances--all from the higher perspective of the other dimension, so that we can understand why this transformation is happening and participate more fully.

As a spiritual student, I understand that we, as human beings, while living on Earth with the rules of physics and concepts of time and space, actually are multidimensional as spiritual beings, free to experience different realities as we choose. Reincarnation is acknowledged as a means of entering and exiting the limitations of the physical experience. In writing classes, we are taught that the first paragraph has to grab the reader's attention and within a few paragraphs that follow, the reader has to be drawn into the story by the presentation of a compelling situation or characterization that entices the reader's curiosity.

The author adequately accomplishes this. While third person voice is generally recommended and used in most fiction writing; this novel is written in first person, which establishes an intimacy for the reader with the protagonist, but limits itself to the narrator's viewpoint which is expanded through descriptive paranormal experiences.

Certain new age terms and ideas, such as. Smatterings of scientific and historical facts help provide a kind of reality check for the reader between the paragraphs describing altered states of experience that move the plot forward. Occasionally the action may seem a little slow with descriptions of nature. The protagonist-narrator, too, may seem a little aloof at times with his observations of spiritual visions.

Even though his awareness may be expanded, the reader's experience of other characters are confined to the first-person perspective. What held my attention was the character of David Lone Wolf and his Native American cultural influence.

The idea of a wild animal appearing during John's trek to be messengers or signs was interesting. The book may prove to be controversial to a Christian fundamentalist, but can be an enjoyable read to someone who loves nature and has a fairly keen interest in spirituality and afterlife.

Theological ideas are expressed in layman's modern perspective. The closeup of the book's cover was taken on Samsung cell phone camera and edited by the author with Windows Live Photo Gallery. Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Thank you for that review, Marie, I have read both in the series and realized they were fiction but my personal experiences made me realize the truth of both books. What I believe was my earliest memory at about 6 months old was a paranormal one of a voice in an empty house telling me "no on his coming to get you, you might as well be quiet" and I did.

I have just this year had someone in black to awaken me just before sunrise with 3 taps of the door-knocker. When I opened my eyes it said "goodby" and vanished through the door.

So with my spiritual journey having included many other unexplainable things I believed the contents although I read them both after some eight years after living John s showing what "New Born's" life is to be like. I donated my copy of The Tenth Insight to St. Joseph's Indian School in South Dakota. I felt the book would be beneficial for their young Lakota Sioux students to bridge any disparity they may have with modern American culture in relationship to American Indian traditions because of the spiritual perspective.

Although a piece of fiction, the metaphysical phenomena within the pages are based on spiritual truths and the book is inspirational. Dora and Michael, thank both of you for reading and commenting.

The book is what it is. I share the character David Wolf's sentiment in wishing things between the settlers and pioneers had been different.

In growing up in rural Michigan with a acre forest on the farm, I sensed a Native American feeling in the nature around me. I remember once finding a clam shell on the creek bed at the bottom of the pasture's hill. He said that the Indians had used shells for spoons.

My father also made my brother and me bows and arrows from tree branches. My brother and I would practice shooting down apples out of one of the apple trees. My elder brother had made a tepee in the woods with the help of a neighbor friend. I got to go in it and thought the experience was so exciting. My mother used to wear loafers in the style of a moccasin. When she no longer had use for a particular pair, I would stuff the toes with newspaper and dress up as an Indian.

When pulling out rye from the wheat field, I'd pretend I was an Indian and the rye were "settlers" to be scalped. Of course, that was not the essence of the Native American spirit that embraced nature as mother and learned to use the resources of the plants and animals with respect and wisdom. Hi Marie. Your've made a bold step introducing an 'advanced' perspective, search and predeomination of a hungry author's soul for getting on the right path presented in the book The Tenth Insight.

A search continues for as long as a man separated himself from the way of the Creator and now for ages well intended suggestions popping up to point to the 'right path" back to the Creator where we know we belong. That is also a 'good thing', least to say because as long as there is hunger for 'spirituality' objective after the true light will continue until those who come to the true source will find the rest in Him who "loved the world and gave his only Marie, I missed you for a while; of course, I had been missing too.

I appreciate this book review. The ninth and tenth insights do not fit into the Christian concept of spirituality, but I'm all for observing other people's belief. I also like fiction which includes historical facts. Sounds interesting! Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners. HubPages and Hubbers authors may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others. HubPages Inc, a part of Maven Inc.

As a user in the EEA, your approval is needed on a few things. To provide a better website experience, owlcation. Please choose which areas of our service you consent to our doing so. Marie Flint more. Introduction The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision was given to me by my son-in-law, who knows I enjoy reading spiritual topics. Redfield keeps residences in both Florida and Alabama along with his wife Salle and his cat. Setting, Reader Interest, and Rising Action In about 60 words of past tense, the protagonist walks to an edge of granite and overlooks an Appalachian valley.

Characters John, main character and narrator first-person "I" Charlene Billings - John's friend who is a journalist and researcher Frank Sims - Charlene's office mate David Lone Eagle - Native American Indian, a direct descendant of the original people indigenous to the Appalachian Valley Wil - John's friend and colleague who shares paranormal experiences Dr.

John Donald Williams - a deceased physics doctorate whose energy forms the basis of the technology being developed in the valley Curtis Weber - a technology consultant who bears the burden of halting the experiments in the valley Maya Ponder - a middle-aged, alternative health care provider who assists patients in healing through their emotions Sharon -John's former high-school classmate who had overcome some drugs and depression Feyman - Charlene's acquaintance who secretly conducts experiments in the valley Joel - a journalist trying to ultimately discover and report Feyman's experiments.

Writing Style Sample of James Redfield The author weaves third dimensional reality into another, more etheric dimension. One example of how he does this can be found on the fourth page, where he writes: Afterward I had experienced a vivid image of Charlene in my mind, the same image I had perceived in Peru when told of the existence of a Tenth Insight.

What is meant by the "tenth vision? Commentary and Recommendation In writing classes, we are taught that the first paragraph has to grab the reader's attention and within a few paragraphs that follow, the reader has to be drawn into the story by the presentation of a compelling situation or characterization that entices the reader's curiosity.

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The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision

A new spiritual awakening is occurring in human culture, an awakening brought about by a critical mass of individuals who experience their lives as a spiritual unfolding, a journey in which we are led forward by mysterious coincidences. Noticing Synchronicity. They are always seeking first, to awaken us, and then to allow us to be guided by a spiritual connection to the unfolding of our intended destiny. Staying in a state of alert expectation concerning the major questions of our lives, or the help we need, increases the frequency of Synchronistic answers. The secret is remembering, first thing in the morning, to watch for these magical Synchronistic moments. This awakening represents the creation of a new, more complete worldview, which replaces a five-hundred-year-old preoccupation with secular survival and comfort.

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Marie reads a variety of spiritual books and materials and is a student of the Teachings of the Ascended Masters East and West. The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision was given to me by my son-in-law, who knows I enjoy reading spiritual topics. Among the collection of books given, the title and cover attracted my attention, plus the fact that the book is hard-covered. As I began delving into this book, I realized that the author was not only writing a piece of fiction, but conveying aspects of Native American culture and metaphysics as well. James Redfield was raised in rural Alabama near Birmingham.

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