The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision - Chapter 6, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

James Redfield
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Chapter 6, Part 1 Summary

"A History of Awakening" As he reconnects with Wil, the narrator urges him to help him bring an end to the destructive Experiment. Wil tells him, however, that for an end to come not only to the Experiment but to the fear that brought it into being, further understanding of the Tenth Insight and the World Vision is necessary. The narrator confirms with Wil that the mysterious presence during the conversation with Webber probably was Williams, and then experiences an encounter with his Soul Group, which prompts him to remember a previous life. In this life, narration reveals, the narrator was a monk, initiated into an understanding of the Insights and determined to bring them into the wider experience of the Christian church. While being persecuted, he pretended to have an ankle injury to buy himself more time to write out...

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