posted on Aug, 9 2009 @ 08:09 PM
Although the Celestine series is a bit commercial, it is well intended. Remember, it is a step for some. It was in fact a step for me, just like the
Power of Now and some other publishings except for The Secret (spiritual western narcissism at it's finest). I look back on all of that reading and
application and I still fall back to the first book of my personal awakening and that is Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind. I am also an avid Integral
Practitioner (Ken Wilber) and try to see that Everyone' Right mindset as much as I can. And so with the Celestine series it is a step, I haven't
negated it so much as in true holarchical fashion, have transcended and included it into the nesting holon experience in a vehicle named Erik.
However, now that I have grown past the need per se of the Celestine series, I can now see with clarity that the series is very Transpersonal Fallacy
oriented and very narcissistic. More self than Self. Lot's of duality and very little singularity. More exteriority little interiority.
Just remember, the abilities outlined in those books are just simply that; abilities. They have a beginning and will most certainly will have an end.
Enjoy it but don't attach to the experience as some kind of permanence. That doesn't exist. The only permanence there is is YOU as the Pure,
Unmoving, Unborn, Uncreated Witness and All that is incessantly rising and falling before It's awareness. That and only That is Who, What, Where and
When YOU are!!!
That's my $.02 worth such as it is. Somebody else will always experience things quite differently thus enriching the overall experience of the