The Celestine Prophecy Revisited with Salle Merrill Redfield and James Redfield

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According to its authors, Salle Merrill Redfield and James Redfield, the phenomenal success of The Celestine Prophecy simply indicates a rising awareness throughout humanity at this time—that spiritual reality can be a direct personal experience, not confined to theory and creed. This “spiritual renaissance” is a global phenomenon, says James Redfield, and he tells how we can further this vision in the face of skepticism and opposition. He and his wife and partner Salle describe the waves made by the first book and the significance of the ideas portrayed in it and in its sequel, The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision—Further Adventures of the Celestine Prophecy. “We can move into a full spiritualization of the planet,” says James, “in which human potential is liberated beyond anything that we think is possible now.” (hosted by Michael Toms)


James Redfield is an American author, lecturer, screenwriter and film producer. He is notable for his novel The Celestine Prophecy and has created several audio programs. Salle Merrill Redfield is an author, the co-founder of The Global Prayer Project, a Hudson Institute of Santa Barbara certified life coach, and a graduate of the University of Alabama. I have been a partner in marriage, publishing, and life with James Redfield for over 20 years.

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Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How The Celestine Prophecy’s success has affected the Redfields
  • The value of wilderness and paying attention to animals
  • “Taking the high road” to embracing others on or off our path
  • Why earthly actions are important in the spiritual world too
  • The importance of community
  • The nature and function of “soul groups”
  • A new definition of the good life
  • A definition of prayer for effective spiritual good
  • A serious environmental threat to U.S. national forests
  • Upcoming and ongoing projects to further this work

Host: Michael Toms         Interview Date: 1996            Program Number: 2566