The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

James Redfield
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Chapter 2 Summary

"Reviewing the Journey" The narrator is happily unsurprised to see his friend Wil. Narration describes how the two of them had met during the narrator's experience in Peru, and how Wil disappeared during that experience. Wil tells the narrator that his disappearance was the result of moving onto another plane of existence with a higher, purer, more attuned sort of energy. He also explains how those experiences led him to realize he was meant to learn more about the nature of existence through applying what he learned in that other dimension to experiences on the physical plane. Finally, he indicates that he has some awareness of the purpose and/or meaning of the Tenth Insight. When the narrator asks why no one has fully come to understand the Tenth, Wil says he isn't certain, but does suggest that it has something to do...

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