When author and therapist James Redfield self-published his first novel in 1993, the immediate groundswell of enthusiasm from booksellers and readers made The Celestine Prophecy one of the most successful self-published books of all time. Since 1994 the book spent over three years on The New York Times bestsellers list. In 1996, the sequel, The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision, and two books spent a combined seventy-four weeks on The New York Times list, making James Redfield the best-selling hardcover author in the world in 1996. Now an award wining humanitarian, Redfield is back in the media spotlight as the independent feature film based on The Celestine Prophecy is about to be released.
It is no accident, argue James Redfield, that the twentieth and twenty-firstcenturies have witnessed a dramatic expansion of human experience. Whenauthor and therapist James Redfield self-published his first novel in 1993,the groundswell of enthusiasm from booksellers and...More »
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