The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure Themes

James Redfield
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Coincidences

Coincidences are very important to the First Insight in the fictional manuscript the narrator is searching for in Peru. The First Insight states that more and more people will become aware of meaningful coincidences around them and therefore will become more aware of a deeper meaning to existence. When the narrator learns of this First Insight, he quickly becomes aware of coincidences around him that lead him to people and episodes that help him learn more about the manuscript and its other insights.

The first coincidence that affects the narrator is his meeting with Dobson on the plane. This fateful meeting is the beginning of all the narrator's adventures in Peru. If the narrator had not met Dobson, he would not have met Wil, nor would he have traveled through Peru with Wil to meet many other people who teach him about the various insights in the manuscript...

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