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The Secret of Shambhala: In Search of the Eleventh Insight

(Book #3 in the Celestine Prophecy Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Continuing the exciting adventures of The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight, this new book takes you to the snow-covered Himalayas, in search of the legendary Tibetan utopia of Shambhala. As...

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Best of the bunch

I really liked The Celestine Prophesy and The Tenth Insight (Redfield's previous books), but this third adventure is the best yet! Redfield may never be a Pulizer prize winner for his often confusing prose (especially in the first book), but his writing is improving rapidly and I was gripped by this adventure from the first chapter.Redfield's strength is his ability to share spiritual truths within a story, making it much more palatable than boring prose. His main character is a pilgrim, learning these truths as he goes thru a colorful adventure, sort of a spiritual science fiction at times. I find his message resonates deeply within me... and I'd much rather read it in a story format.I was reading this book during a life challenge and it helped me focus on the energy I could expand to resolve the situation. And it worked. I was reassured over and over, and while my adventure didn't take me thru the mountains of Tibet, it opened new doors of possibility.Redfield has transcended the mundane once again, splintered barriers, and teaches us new ways to look at life....

Powerful Spritual messages

I don't always buy everything that Redfield has to offer. I LOVED the Celestine Prophecy, but didn't care for the Tenth Insight. But this one is a MUST buy, and a MUST read. For anyone out there that is looking for spiritual growth, and ways to enhance or broaden perspectives through life, this is IT. Some of the ideas I have heard before, but I have never absorbed them as completely because it's never been presented in this riveting way. People are offended by the constant use of government as an enemy, but do remember, that this is a fictional book, and the author has an artistic license. Look for the message(s), and you'll be a bigger better more enlightened person.

The Secret of Shambhala

What a delight! This book included a wonderful story line, adventure, and most importantly, an exploration of our relationship to God and prayer. I found the books concepts to almost instantly change the view I hold of the world around me. What a wonderful way to start the New Millennium! Hats off to James Redfield and his ability to write a 'commoners' book that can surely change the way we all interact in our lives.

A captivating tale with a powerful message

I loved this book, even though I wasn't completely hooked until I was halfway through. If the whole world read this book, it would be a transformed place... While the concepts are age-old, the setting of the Tibetan mountains has served me to use the imagery to consciously remember to call in and energize my own prayer-field on a consistent, moment-to-moment basis. Like The Celestine Prophecy, this book is powerful in its ability to remind us all of why we're here and what we can personally do to transform the world. It's time the world learns how to consciously use our God-given gifts of compassion, prayer and connection. May the dakini be with us all!

Spiritual adventure with immediate life-changing wisdom.

If you loved Celestine Prophecy but the Tenth Insight left you lagging, you will find yourself once again devouring this latest Redfield book as fast as you can. Also, the four parts of the Eleventh Insight in this book are totally pragmatic tools that you will find sticking to your brain instantly and easily. And if you dare to try them out even for one day, I think that you will be immediately and ecstatically rewarded with the results of using the process outlined many times in the book. Perhaps such a claim is taboo in a book review but I suggest it nonetheless.
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