The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

James Redfield
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Chapter 4 Summary

"Remembering" The following morning, the narrator wakes and washes in a nearby stream, aware the whole while that there is relatively little pain in his ankle and wondering whether it's because of Maya's healing technique or because it wasn't sprained that badly in the first place. As he washes, he remembers a dream from the previous night, and tries to bring the vision and experience of his dream back to life. He finds himself moving up onto a different plane of energy, where he is reunited with Wil. As he tells Wil the story of what happened the day before, the narrator reveals his belief that Maya is the reincarnation of the woman who tried to make peace between the whites and natives in the Williams dream. Together, Wil and the narrator realize that this new place is a place of dreams, and...

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