The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision Setting & Symbolism

James Redfield
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The Celestine Prophecy

The Tenth Insight is, in fact, the first sequel to another book, The Celestine Prophecy, in which the narrator had his first encounter with a series of Nine (spiritual) Insights written into a mysterious, rumored Manuscript and portrayed as a source of guidance for living a more enlightened life. The Tenth Insight is a continuation of the simultaneously literary and spiritual quest begun in that book.

The Fear

The Fear (capitalized throughout the narrative) is defined by the narrator, by Wil, and the other members of the group of seven, as the fear and resistance to change that manifests when individuals on the physical plane find themselves too comfortable in their present existences to embrace the change offered and promised by the Insights. It's important to note that throughout the narrative, the Fear is repeatedly referred to as at the core of any entrenched thought...

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