Celestine Prophecy - New Age Guidebook
"Celestine Prophecy" is a pop-culture spiritual term derived from the book by the same name. Written by James Redfield, the novel has become a "spiritual guidebook" of sorts for the New Age movement. Its basic thesis -- the world is evolving into a new and profound plane of spiritual awareness. "For half a century now, a new consciousness has been entering the human world, a new awareness that can only be called transcendent, spiritual. If you find yourself reading this book, then perhaps you already sense what is happening, already feel it inside."
Celestine Prophecy - Energies & Auras
The Celestine Prophecy finds its fictional foundation in an ancient Aramaic manuscript discovered in Latin America. The text contains a prophecy of a widespread spiritual awakening in the late 20th century. Certain people will start discovering and harnessing vibrations and energies. They will follow their deep insights and intuitions, find purpose in coincidence, and discover true feeling and consciousness. This will ultimately lead to spiritual evolution and transformation, allowing some to comprehend the mysteries of the universe and human existence. Redfield's "prophecy" says "the number of people who are conscious of such coincidences would begin to grow dramatically in the sixth decade of the twentieth century." "This growth would continue until sometime near the beginning of the following century, when we would reach a specific level of such individuals--a level I think of as a critical mass."
These people will develop their own meaning of life from deep within. They will discover that true life purpose isn't found in religion, philosophy or materialism. Rather, true meaning and purpose comes from energies, vibrations and auras. This is the hidden key to unlocking a transforming level of spirituality. If you're relating with these concepts, then you're ready for the New Age.
Celestine Prophecy - Is Spirituality Really Relative?
Books like The Celestine Prophecy are at the heart of New Age spirituality and relativism. They encourage us to seek meaning and purpose in our lives through personal experiences and subjective reality. Truth is what we make it But is it really? Through the teaching of New Age spirituality and moral relativism, we've removed God from the potential answers to the ultimate questions of life. Without God, we lose any transcendent purpose for the universe in which we live. Without God, we lose any transcendent purpose to give meaning to our individual lives. Without God, we also lose any possibility for life after death. When you remove the hope of heaven, you remove the ultimate value and purpose of life. What difference would it really make whether we lived like a philanthropist or a terrorist? True spirituality must be grounded in some kind of truth.
What is your response?
Yes, today I am deciding to follow Jesus
Yes, I am already a follower of Jesus
I still have questions