Book Review: “The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision” By James RedfieldPosted October 5, 2017
After reading the Celestine Prophecy earlier this summer, I was intrigued by the additional books in this series. So, I read “The Tenth Insight”. The adventures continue in the wilderness of the American Southeast where a friend has gone missing.
Ideas in this book really intrigue me. The concept that before we choose to be born into this life, we get glimpses into our “Birth Vision”, which is an overview of our life purpose as it unfolds with our optimal potential. We can get lost along the way as fear and the wishes of others block us from remembering our goals. In addition, there is a greater “World Vision” that some are starting to understand.
I highlighted “…we should visualize patients remember what they intended to do with their lives but still haven”t done… real healing springs from a renewed sense of what one wants to do once health is regained.” For me, this feels like a good synopsis of my “Birth Vision”. As an holistic energy practitioner, my mission is to facilitate people waking up to consciousness and their true purpose by healing their physical bodies so they can manifest their dreams.
A highly enjoyable read!