The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

James Redfield
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Chapter 7 Summary

"An Inner Hell" The narrator describes an experience on yet another plane of existence. He and Wil observe a dark, gray/green cloud of energy in which there seems to be vague movement of soul shapes. Before he is able to resist, the narrator describes how he is drawn into that cloud and is immediately confronted by a series of menacing scenarios - a room of drug addicts, a room filled with desperate sexual activity, a confrontation between a paranoid man and what the man describes as a powerful group of power brokers. The narrator recognizes the paranoid man as the military commander who refused to speak with the earlier incarnations of Maya and Webber at the time of the conflict with the Native Americans.

Before the narrator can be drawn any further into the cloud, Wil manages to pull him back and...

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