The Pilgrimage - Chapter 3, The Creator and the Created Summary & Analysis

Paulo Coelho
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Chapter 3, The Creator and the Created Summary

As the men continue their travels over the Pyrenees Mountains, Petrus discusses the RAM practices. The guide explains that he does not worry over the responsibilities at home because each time one travels it is a practical act of rebirth. Every place, every language, every person is new. Petrus also comments that since everything is new, people only see beauty and feel happiness. This is the very reason why religious pilgrimages have been a way of achieving insight.

On the seventh day of their journey on top of a mountain where Charlemagne said his prayers for the first time on Spanish soil, Paulo performs the Seed Exercise for the last time. At the point where Paulo is fully extended and reaching his arms to the sky Petrus slaps him out of the trance...

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