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Being-in-Dreaming: An Initiation into the Sorcerers' World (Harper Odyssey S) Paperback – November 6, 1992
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Florinda Donner, the longtime colleague and fellow dream-traveler of Carlos Castaneda, offers a riveting autobiographical account of her halting, sometimes unwilling, often bewildering initiation into the world of being-in-dreaming. At turns spellbinding, mysterious, and humorous, Being-In-Dreaming is ultimately an unforgettable spiritual adventure. She is also the author of Shabano and The Witch's Dream.
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I also wouldn't say this book was a waste of money (buy it second-hand...). And, self-importance is the irony of this book - of any of Castaneda's books. In fact, if I remember correctly, Don Juan constantly reprimands Castaneda for being so self-important.
I enjoyed the stories and EXPERIENCES of this book and the descriptions of the sorcerers. Florinda's descriptions made these people come to life and not remain flat, one-dimensional persona. Who would have thought that Casteneda by any other name, was funny and NOT entirely a self-absorbed person. I enjoyed the unfolding of Florinda's learning experience and her descriptions of dreaming awake.
Go ahead and read the book for its own merit - she writes fluently on a difficult subject.
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