I think I can recommend this book to all who are interested in self-realization from the Toltec perspective.
The stories are the most bizarre yet and make for very entertaining reading (the book is classified as non-fiction).
The experiences that you will have in dreaming, just by reading this book, will forever change how you view the world.
For anyone who has read through all of them, this is by far Castaneda's most controversial book. It's fascinating reading, featuring long-awaited direct contacts with the Tenant... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joey Fiore
This book like the others by CC is probably all fiction but who can tell where reality and fantasy separates in the human mind...whatever that is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lewis Tagliaferre
Had to reread my other reviews & read other reviewers' inputs..
NO DISCLAIMER on this review.. Read more
Though I have loved all Castaneda’s books so far, I have a predilection for this one. This is because I have a particular interest in dreaming, and “dreaming” (the kind of dreaming... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Iona Main Stewart
I think that I get it. What we call dreaming during sleep is a similar process to what we call perception in the waking state. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Took & Baggins
wow, this was a 1st edition and it is in excellent condition, a true treasure that I will enjoy reading and sharing for many years.Published 9 months ago by Neverdweller
I will split the review on four parts because it all depends on your position regarding Castaneda.
1- IF YOU ARE A NOVICE
If you have never heard of Castaneda or... Read more
Great book a must read for anyone into dreams. I love this book very informative.you really must read this bookPublished 11 months ago by Jeffery B.