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Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?

 
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Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
I think there are SOME truths, of what I read, BUT, I'm still not sure, everything is truth, or will happen in the future, that is mentioned, while reading one of the books.
I haven't purchased ALL of the books, but, some of the things that are said, for what will happen in the future, are somewhat hard to believe.
The insights are interesting, but, I am not sure about what is supposed to happen in the future, according these Celestine Prophesies.
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11/27/2012 04:47 AM
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
OK, here they are. Scroll down. I'm pushed myself a little further, to stay up, to bookmark it and share.
[link to deoxy.org]
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05/27/2013 02:52 AM
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
I loved them. They were part of my awakening. Like Johnathan Livingston Seagull. Just stepping stones on the path.
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
I loved them. They were part of my awakening. Like Johnathan Livingston Seagull. Just stepping stones on the path.
 Quoting: Gulfcoastms 38999165

the biggest draw for me with them books was the synchronicity and how to harness synchronicity in stages so that we become more aware of tapping into that acausal network
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
When i finished them i moved onto dan millmans the peacful warrior,sort of rehash of carlos castenadas 1970's stuff
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
They are interesting books. The vision of the future is in fact spot on. Less people in the world cities with very advanced technology, the Georgia guide stones are a look of the future that shares the same vision. This will come true though I have no idea how this happens, it's unlikely to be a nuclear war you'll be pleased to hear, we are not allowed one lol.

As for people wondering around trading knowledge for food etc that is a bit fantastical. I'm not about to give anything to anyone for their opinions thank you very much.

as for energy from plants etc I'm still not 100 % on that, but what is for certain is that in a marriage you both need outside stimulus to keep the entity alive and not just drink from the easiest well. Very important for people to learn this, since looking for easy energy as it is termed, is the biggest issue facing society today. Instead of the great feeling you get from going down the gym most trade it for the immediate feeling of making a sandwich and sitting in front of the tv.
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
These books are communist!
Plain & simple
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
they were good, but very boring.
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
I loved them. They were part of my awakening. Like Johnathan Livingston Seagull. Just stepping stones on the path.
 Quoting: Gulfcoastms 38999165

the biggest draw for me with them books was the synchronicity and how to harness synchronicity in stages so that we become more aware of tapping into that acausal network
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Has anyone ever had synchronicity after synchronicity happen just to lead them in the wrong direction? Just wondering if evil spirits can throw you off your path. How can you discern what entity is sending you messages? Food for thought.
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03/16/2015 12:41 AM
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
Lol what work has these light workers done if any?
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
Lol what work has these light workers done if any?
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Wanna be lightworkers on this sitejerkit
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Re: Lightworkers, what do ya think of the Celestine Prophesies books?
Search: [The Truth about
James Redfield and the
Celestine "Synchronicity" Experience.]
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