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I read this book a month ago never having read Castaneda in my 44 years.
For those of you new to Carlos Castaneda's works, start with The Teachings of Don Juan - all books in his series are worthwhile reading and comptemplation.
Whatever you take from this book, regardless of whether that is nothing at all or a newly-inspired way of living, I do think one point must be made.
Sacateca, who sees with his dancing, and stops you with his will...
...don Vicente, the herbalist in the street market in Oaxaca... "I am only a man of lyric knowledge... Read more
The book seems to be explaining the effects of an acid trip or several acid trips.It might have been better received in 1965 to 1970 than it is today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ron
I have read Castaneda's books in the past but, this time around, I decided to jot down important concepts as I turned each page, and I adopted this practice because I wanted to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emon
Sometimes the way to wake up and realize you might want to start paying attention comes through reading a book. It did for me, many years ago through this book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Flame
I enjoyed all of Castaneda's books, but in particular this one as his insight is so much better than simply labeling another human being or culture as 'Crazy' . Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael A. Creamer
Fascinating book. There is another way to see the world! Magic in the world when the mind is not participating.Published 5 months ago by kourosh Bagheri
An adventure into the mind and it's perception of reality. Our Western minds often miss the important stuff because we are so focused on the material world. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bruce Kimmel
Mind, blown... But now I want the knowledge... So many secrets in the world... So much repression and biased persecutions in our world... All because of small greedy afraid men...Published 7 months ago by Blake Brown
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book because it reminded me of my past work of learning, it gave me other ways to "see" without using my own eyes! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Diana Siderides