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Preview — Celestijnse belofte by James Redfield. Celestijnse belofte Celestine Prophecy 1 by James Redfield. Jaap van Spanje Translator. In de regenwouden van Peru ligt een manuscript te wachten op ontdekking. Het bevat een schat aan wijsheid, maar er zijn mensen die verspreiding van deze kennis willen tegenhouden. Ondanks het steeds weer dreigende gevaar wordt de zoektocht voortgezet en geeft het manuscript zijn geheimen een voor een prijs aan de hoofdpersoon, maar ook aan de lezer.
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To ask other readers questions about Celestijnse belofteplease sign up. Didn’t they make a movie about this book? Miro Doporto Low budget and very after school special feel does the book no justice at all. See all 5 questions about Celestijnse belofte…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Imagining myself as a part of all humanity, and standing at the tip of the arrow with over two millennia behind me. As I see within myself the entire history of thought and actions of humanity I can see myself waking up to what is really going on.
It begins with a heightened sensitivity to beauty, the uniqueness, and presence of nature. Then we begin to see that the whole universe is made out of energy that responds to how I think. It brings a lightness with it, and we feel ourselves connected to everything. Whenever we want to, we can tap into this. We operate out of certain control dramas that we learned to make sure we had enough energy as children…Either being an intimidator, interrogator, being aloof, or being a poor me.
All are usually unconscious patterns we fall into to get energy from others. The second part of this is that our parents left us with a basic life question that is the combination of the question both of their lives stood for. So in that case mine would be trying to blend service and joy and spirituality.
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These questions always pertain to my larger question and define where I am on my lifelong quest. The problem is not getting answers, the problem is identifying my current questions!
To avoid this, resist the love at first sight feeling for a while and learn to have platonic relationships with members of the opposite sex. And have them only with people who will reveal themselves totally, telling me how and why they are celestujnse what they are doing. By doing this, I break out of a fantasy projection about that sex, and it releases me to connect again with the belotfe of the universe.
View all 7 comments. I read this book at the end of or around beginning of I read about it in a magazine I used to get that I loved called, “Catalist. The Celestine Prophecy woke me up. I had been sleepwalking in the world.
I woke up after I read this book and realized there was so much more I was suppose to be doing in this world. I realized that so many times I read this book at the end of or around beginning of I realized that so many times have had things happen to try to wake me up and I let them go by.
So after this book, I woke up and starting living life and looking at life differently – using many of the tools I learned from The Celestine Prophecy insights. Bad point of this book it has a horrible It is written in very simple sentences – structure and words. It is written for the masses View all 4 comments. People who want to think about things in a different way and cdlestijnse can look past the writing style.
I take more from this book every time I read it. I’ve read this book a few times, the first time after it had been given to me by a rather ‘hippy-ish’ friend of mine. The first time, Eclestijnse wanted to throw it in the bin. Written badly with two dimension characters.
Flaws in the plot and the historical information and lots of the ideas cepestijnse wishy washy. Given my reaction to the first read, I can’t really say what made me pick it up a second time.
Maybe I was feeling wishy washy lol! On the second read, I let go of the fact that it was badly written and the characters were bad and all the other flaws.
I don’t think it was ever intended to be a work of literary wonder but as an accessible vehicle for ideas. In that case, I think it is unfair to treat it as an attempt at a literary wonder and I decided to look past the bad writing and so on and look only to the ideas it puts forward. I think it is unfair to criticise it for not ceelestijnse something I don’t think it ever intended to be. So, ignoring all the flaws and reading it only for the ideas.
I started to enjoy it. Yes, some of the idea – maybe more than not – don’t make much sense. Lots of them are, like I said, wishy washy and try to be too ‘new age’.
That said, there is a lot of good stuff in there. The notions of peace and calm that it puts forward, the ideas of becoming one with nature and looking after one another belfote all worth while. The whole concept of energies can be a little batty at times but a watered-down version is definitely worth thinking about. We do take energies from our surroundings – that is why some places feel naturally calm or naturally wired. And as for passing energies from person to person, that has got to be true.
It is not all good I admit. On the whole it has a calming atmosphere. No, it is not a great literary work but that doesn’t make it necessarily bad. View all 9 comments.
An unbelievable book, that can be read one of two ways, you can simply read it as an adventure story of a man struggling to understand what it is he wants from life, or, as I have done, you can read it as a self help book. What a self help book it is. It really encourages you to look at yourself and how you see your life both its past present and future. It gives you insights on how to take a more positive and active approach to your life.
This book can change your life if you let it. View all 5 comments. I was told to read this passed down book from a good celesstijnse of mine. As she gave this book to me she said, “This book changed my outlook on life and I hope it does for you too. As I read the uniquely written passages about how one can percieve things differently in life, I felt that this book can turn a negative perspective into a positive by just celestjinse the first Insight.
This book is about discovering I was told to read this passed down book from a good friend of mine.
This book is about discovering an inner peace and a tranquil mind. A step by step guide to fulfill yourself with beauty, love and acceptance.
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The Celestine Prophecy is one that I will continue to pass down celeshijnse my family and friends. One of the best books I have read and will always highly recommend to those who may question this brilliant novel.
Every now and again I just pick it up and off I go! I’ll definitely plough through the next 3 books but probably won’t put them on Goodreads again, I guess I’ll keep them all as my guilty secret! I enjoyed the spiritual factors behind the ‘Indiana Jones’ type storyline. I went on to read the rest of James Redfield’s This is now about the 3rd or 4th time I’ve read this book and it probably won’t be my last. I went on to read the rest of James Redfield’s books but this one remained a firm favourite.
This is not a literary experience. It’s not an adventure story, it’s not suspense, not mystery, not a genre reading, not a “page turner. This is simply one of the books that birthed the New Age.
Anyone who critiques in any other way, is missing the point. I read this book a year or two following its publication.