In terms of CC's writings that is exactly what this book does.
I am glad that I did read this book in that it gave a good summary of all the Carlos Castaneda books from `The teachings of Don Juan' to `The power of silence'.
There is something happening behind the scenes with the Intent that has manifested and lives in this book.
Castaneda and L. Ron Hubbard...two great science fiction writers that many people take for real..all in god's will of course...ergo theofatalism...look it up... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lewis Tagliaferre
A great "recapitulation" of the teachings of the Yaqui shaman, Don Juan Matus. Very enlightening with each quote capable of spinning one into deep thought.Published 7 months ago by mark w. rasmussen
Bought one to keep and 2 to give away... reads like an old friend.... Heard about it from Philosophers notes (20 minute recap of the book by Brian somebody) and had to make the... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Anonymous
I would recommend this book for all truth seekers, perhaps it's a best place to start for those who are not familiar with Castaneda's work as a nice introduction or as a gift to... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Elvin
This is not an unbiased review, I just like all Carlos Castaneda stuff. So if you are a fan, I recommended it.Published 12 months ago by Richard Ferrandiz
I have written reviews of Castaneda's other books, all rated 5-stars. This one is very different! It is not a book in the eight book series, but a collection of quotes from each... Read morePublished 14 months ago by ken mccaffrey
It's always good to read anything by Carlos Castaneda. I've read all of his books.
Unfortunately, he's no longer around to write anymore books.
I got bored reading the book, somehow it feels outdated for today and I would not recommend buying it if you have read his other books.Published 22 months ago by L. Campeau