This is my favorite Castanenda book, and I have read almost all of them.
The most amazing thing to me has been the way the lessons in this book have become my companions, helping me to live my life more fully and with greater awareness.
Castaneda's earlier books were filled with these doubts and preconceptions and it was a relief for me to have the teachings of Don Juan presented without them.
This is a slower read than the previous the Carlos Castenada books. Meaning that there's more explanation than action than the other books. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Jeff Weiss
This book explains Castaneda's concepts (especially the assemblage point) in much more detail than his other books. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joey Fiore
What I find most interesting about this book is the common thread among us. You're always surprised that so many of the life's lessons discussed, relate to all of us even though... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alan Nathan
This book describes in Toltec terminology the happenings and whereabouts of Kundalini Fire, the Sleeping Serpent, the Mystery of Mysteries, I have seen this in action. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bo E. Sundell
This is one of a series of books relating to a sorcerer teaching the wisdom he has learned himself.. Read morePublished 6 months ago by David Brockert
I plan on getting a few more of Castaneda's books after reading this one. It was well worth the time and money.Published 8 months ago by Matthew West
This book transcends a rating system since it is the revealed wisdom of ages of wisdom. The ancient shamans of the new world were devastated by the conquests; but, the survivors,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ronald A. Bracale
Carlos is finally understanding what he has been learning, and Don Juan finally has become an educated teacher to his students. Wowza! The best book!Published 12 months ago by Mary Anne Murray