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James Redfield (1) (1950–)

Author of The Celestine Prophecy: An Adventure

For other authors named James Redfield, see the disambiguation page.

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About the Author

James Redfield is a writer. He was born on March 19, 1950 and grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. Redfield majored in sociology at Auburn University and then received a Master's degree in counseling. Redfield spent 15 years working as a therapist helping abused adolescents. He published The Celestine show more Prophesy and it has turned into a spiritual guide for the New Age. Redfield was awarded the Medal of the Presidency of the Italian Senate in 1997. (Bowker Author Biography) show less
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Works by James Redfield

Het Celestijnse werkboek (1995) 11 copies
Las Nueve Revelaciones (1995) 6 copies
A zóna élménye (2001) 4 copies
O segredo de SHAMBHALA (2000) 4 copies
Expectant Universe (2001) 1 copy

Associated Works

Andy Lakey: Art, Angels, and Miracles (1996) — Foreword — 35 copies
The Celestine Prophecy [2006 film] (2006) — Producer — 20 copies

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This book connected with me in many areas. I have always believed in the energy that is us being the true power. We are made of all these living cells, each vibrating and living together to make us. Okay we all learned that in science class but what connection do we have with the world, everything. I really am not explaining this well. We pull energy from other living things, we can give energy to other living things, this books shows you how to do this in a mindful way. I see meditation and even prayer as pathways to share energies. Some of it was a little woo-woo out there for me to totally agree with but most of the book was an "ah ha" Many of the steps stuck with me. I catch myself draining and pull back, I feel more at peace. So there is that :D
The one this that made me knock one star off was the long stories. I get how it worked in to show the works in action but man, they were too long. IMHO
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