God and the Evolving Universe: The Next Step in Personal Evolution
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God and the Evolving Universe: The Next Step in Personal Evolution

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The next step to personal evolution. Packed with thrills, suspense and spiritual wisdom.
Hardcover, 384 pages
Published January 7th 2002 by Tarcher (first published December 11th 2001)
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Cindy
This book read like a college course book at first, but for once I understood everything! This book describes how different religions and beliefs can prepare us for a higher level of spirituality. In LDS terms it mentions our pre-mortal existence, our purpose on earth and how to prepare for the world to come. The authors describe different ways to tune into our evironment on a spiritual level, and how to expand our mental and physical abilities. I found this book so fascinating. As I keep readin...more
Aida Vyasa
Untuk pemerhati New Age, akan tahu bahwa tujuan transformasi budaya ini adalah model New Age yang ingin menanamkan paradigma New Age di segala bidang, baik itu ekonomi, budaya, politik dan pendidikan.

Bedanya buku ini dengan buku The Celestine Prophecy, adalah, bahwa buku ini murni non-fiksi. Sedangkan buku The Celestine Prophecy itu adalah buku fiksi, yang nilai-nilai kearifan tersurat dan tersirat di percakapan yang terjadi antara tokoh-tokoh dalam cerita itu, baik itu dalam dialog ataupun mono...more
Irwan
I took this book because I was once taken by the Celestine Prophecy by the same author. Not the best writing work, it depends heavily on the message it tries to convey. At that time I was so curious about alternative views of the world.

However, this book was not impressive for me. The easiest indicator is that I don't remember a unique thing about it. He just wants to repeat his ideas from CP. Spread the word and increase awareness.. Hmm...
J. Ewbank
Don't know what mye xpectations were but this book did not fulfill them.

It was an interesting read and I enjoyed it, but there was not much depth in the book as far as spiritually and religion are concerned.

It appears to just flit along on the surface of things, especially sketchy toward the end of the book.

J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"
Laura
I made it through the first bunch of chapters by a thread. I found only a couple of the chapters interesting and capable of holding my interest. I thought this might be a great read like the Celestine Prophecies but it wasn't. I'm sure some will like it but I didn't.
Karen
It seemed very wordy to me...to much spiritual mumbo jumbo. Don't get me wrong... I LOVE James Redfields series. This just wasn't for me.
Shelley
VERY interesting!
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James Redfield is the author of The Celestine Prophecy and The Tenth Insight. He writes widely on the topic of human spiritual awareness and is active in the worldwide effort to save our last remaining wilderness areas. James lives with his wife, Salle, and cat, Meredith, in Alabama and Arizona.

More about James Redfield...
The Celestine Prophecy (Celestine Prophecy, #1) The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision (Celestine Prophecy, #2) The Celestine Vision: Living the New Spiritual Awareness The Secret of Shambhala: In Search of the Eleventh Insight (Celestine Prophecy, #3) The Celestine Prophecy: A Pocket Guide to the Nine Insights

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