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I myself have experienced “other worlds” on a number of occasions. It is in this wonderful story that Carlos introduces many concepts, or rather elucidates on many concepts, which Don Juan had intro Many readers of Carlos Castaneda stop reading after A Yaqui Way of Knowledge. Ever wondered if the Wind itself could be an animated thing roaming around the world,interacting and playing with those who percieve him?
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View all 6 comments. No matter what he does, he must first know why he is doing it, and then liro proceed with his actions without having doubts or remorse about them. I am not sure why I held off reading Castaneda’s works for so long, perhaps I just wasn’t at a place to enjoy them, who knows. Furthermore, Carlos Castaneda consistently claimed this set of books to be true.
The previous two were more concerned ixtlqn hallucinogenic plants and his experiences with them which he thought was the right track for him to write on. Carlos cannot break away from don Juan, no voaje how irrational, even crazy, he seems, and neither can we. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. When he realized all the real information that he had dis It is books like this that I really enjoy finding.
Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan inCastaneda wrote a series of books that describe his purported training in traditional Mesoamerican shamanism. View all 3 comments. Now that all the controversy is over and the people who pursue that sort of thing have gone on to other interests, it’s possible to sit back and read the don Juan books purely for the enjoyment of their ideas, their unexpected lyricism, their emotional wallop.
Castaneda was a graduate student studying Anthropology and was doing his thesis on Mexican Shaman and their use of regional plants and herbs to induce psychotropic effects in an attempt to cure people of va This is the second book in the series written by Carlos Castaneda. He has a conversation with a coyote who speaks both English and Spanish! Aug 27, Blaine rated it it was amazing Shelves: We become part of it.
I also found myself laughing out loud at various times throughout this book. Las misteriosas lecciones resultantes son aplicadas de un modo tan poco convencional que provocan la curiosidad inmediata el lector To those who say it’s fiction, I say so what? El argumento sigue siendo el mismo: Much rather, I should say, the very last chapter moved me and nearly had me expressing tears.
Apologies to all the Castaneda fans out there but for my money if you’re into this type of reading I think Paulo Coelho is better.
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liro The book is full of incomprehensible statements and alternate ways of looking at reality which I took this book out of the library on a whim, because I like looking at different points of view. Apr vjaje, Iona Stewart rated it it was amazing. This book changed my life and I look forward to reading the rest that follow. After the work of “stopping”, his changed perspective leaves him little in common with ordinary people, who now seem no more substantial to him than “phantoms. Paperbackpages.
Apr 18, Juliana rated it really liked it. Vkaje really appreciated the fact that he disregarded his original emphasis on the significance of phsychotropic drugs in the teachings of Don Juan and really focused more on the changing of one’s consciousness without using drugs.
Journey to Ixtlan
No trivia or quizzes yet. A hunter should know the routines of his prey and, most importantly, have no routines oneself. The basic teachings of how to view the world. By the end, the apprentice begins to get an idea of what don Juan means by power, and how one can become a warrior in the Yaqui sense. Ok, I’m a boomer and I went through my own period of reading and living with Carlos Castaneda, his teacher Don Juan, and their world of indigenous Mexican shamanism.
Yet the book’s faux naif style succeeds in making it just as real as it was before Castaneda’s trickery was discovered. This is the Castaneda book that many of my friends say is their favorite. The book can be a good passageway to realize that the world is more than our rationalistic eyes are used to conceive.