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The Art of Navigation: Travels with Carlos Castaneda and Beyond Paperback – April 15, 2010
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"It's an exciting ride! If you were a fan of Carlos Castaneda, or even if you weren't, you will enjoy The Art of Navigation." --Sharon Steffensen, editor of' YOGA Chicago
"Be prepared to step into a new way of being in the world as you turn the first page." --Donna Thomson, author of 'The Vibrant Life'
"Authentic and transformational - storytelling at its best!" --Gini Gentry, author of 'Dreaming Down Heaven'
"A thoroughly enjoyable read - Eat Pray Love meets The Power of Now." --Susanne Sims, author of 'Healing Vacations in Hawaii'
"A powerful new age collection addition." --Midwest Book Review
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It takes a great deal to compel me to speak negatively about someone-especially a person I haven't directly interacted with. My strong feeling is that the author is simply trying to cash in on his verifiable association with CC.
The "travels" are mostly simply locations in various countries where the author lived. I don't doubt that the author was connected with CC, but there is very little in the book to do with Toltec beliefs.
I have read most of the "Matus/Castaneda" canon and have dog eared and highlighted MANY pages in each of those books. There are only two pages in this book that I have marked.
This book is NOTHING like the works of Abelar or Donner. I don't see how anyone could gain any new or enhanced Toltec insights from this book.
There is now a large collection of books concerning CC and JMatus available to anyone. I recommend the reader spends time with those works that describe different perceptions, alternate views of reality and compelling experiences. Who cares if a drunken fisherman exposed himself to a sleeping woman?
The "Art of Navigation" is, in my opinion, a direct tie in to CC's "The Art of Dreaming." Astute readers of Toltec literature will shake their heads after reading this book. The title misled me completely. The positive reviewers seem unconcerned with Toltec tenets and the published accounts of experiences caused by a movement of the assemblage point or "Seeing."
"...and Beyond" in the title suggested to me, travels in nonordinary reality, not going to Hawaii...
Save your time and money. This book will not help you on the Toltec path. What a shame...
I cherish this work. Thank you Felix!