EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda


  • Paperback
  • 260
  • The Art of Dreaming
  • Carlos Castañeda
  • English
  • 20 October 2020
  • 9781855384279

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  1. says: Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda review The Art of Dreaming

    EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda review The Art of Dreaming The Art of Dreaming The Teachings of Don Juan #9 Carlos CastanedaThe Art of Dreaming is a 1993 book by the anthropologist Carlos Castaneda It details events and techniues during a period of the author's apprenticeship with the Yaui Indian Sor

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    Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda review The Art of Dreaming 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 Don Juan teaches aboutDon Juan said “Through ‘dreaming’ we can perceive other worlds we can feel how ‘dreaming’ opens up those other realms” He calls “dreaming” the “gateway to infinity” “Dreaming” is the

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    review The Art of Dreaming EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review Carlos Castaneda is certainly considered reuired reading for any person even slightly interested in the occult ancient practices magic dreams altered states of existence or completely different planes thereof This one was the first

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    EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda A few pieces of uality lucid dreaming advice embedded in a towering monument to human suggestibility Moderately entertaining

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    review The Art of Dreaming Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda I love itI absolutely loved it the best book i read for a while my first book for carlos and definitely i will read his other books this book was an eye opener for me and proved itself very helpful explained many matters in plain ways a humble extremely beneficial booksomehow he reminded me of Paulo Coelho in means of spirituality not writing i felt like their orders had some connectionjust a thoughti wished the book didn't end however it e

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    characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review review The Art of Dreaming So deep Truly a work of art in terms of consciousness if not with his literal writing style which can be somewhat tiresome at times But it's true you'll never look at the world or dreaming the same again after reading this

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    EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda Reading Castaneda and his experiences under the tutelage of the alleged Yaui sorcerer don Juan Matus is an insp

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    characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda Carlos Castañeda ↠ 0 review This is one of the seminal works of anthropologist and researched on shamanic lore Carlos Castaneda If it doesn't knock some sense into you the dreams you can see will If you can't read this please first understand that you're missing the point of reading which is partly vicarious experience If you can't prepare in book form you're

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    EBOOK NEW The Art of Dreaming ¿ Carlos Castañeda characters Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Carlos Castañeda review The Art of Dreaming If this is a work of fiction as many of the critics claim and I believe they are probably right although it could have been partially based on or inspired by real people and events I would say Castaneda has one hell of spectacular imagination Throughout the book I was constantly reminded of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Through the Look

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The Art of Dreaming

The Art of Dreaming review ✓ 0 review The Art of Dreaming E author reveals that there are worlds existing within our own that can be visited through drea. This is one of the seminal works of anthropologist and researched on shamanic lore Carlos Castaneda If it doesn t knock some sense into you the dreams you can see will If you can t read this please first understand that you re missing the point of reading which is partly vicarious experience If you can t prepare in book form you re going to have to go the hard way And nobody really should go the hard way down that dream corridor You ll love this book if you think that there is to dreams than mere psychology that science can include this topic far beyond what is considered the survey of biological life that is hard science that people can learn in dreams things that are secreted away from them but that they can recover in later life

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The Art of Dreaming review ✓ 0 review The Art of Dreaming After six years of study and meditation the author presents a book which takes the reader on a. Carlos Castaneda is certainly considered reuired reading for any person even slightly interested in the occult ancient practices magic dreams altered states of existence or completely different planes thereof This one was the first book by him I finished if you exclude The Teachings of Don Juan which I began reading in Spanish but never finished because my Spanish just isn t as good as I d like it to be yet Contrary to other of his works this one he wrote many years after the events he describes therein had come to pass apparently they had been buried into his subconscious because of the altered state the second attention he had mostly been in at the time Only almost 20 years after his apprenticeship into understanding and navigating the world of dreams by Don Juan was he able to bring what he learned to the forefront of his consciousness and then put it on paperI liked The Art of Dreaming especially the first half I read that when I was in the coach from Athens to Sofia and it helped make the journey much dreamy it made me feel that it was a passage in ways than one in the physical sense travelling from one point of the Balkans to another but also in this transcendental sense this thing you get when you learn about the details of a profound truth I came into The Art of Dreaming expecting something practical Castaneda s Lucid Dreaming for Dummies handbook especially after learning that it was he who popularised the techniue of looking at your hands as a reality check something I picked up and have used successfully numerous times The beginning of the book was entirely like that it was him learning about the different methods of dreaming consciously and going through the gates of dreaming as well as finding out about the complicated intricacies of the assemblage point and its manipulation That link is a good summary of the book s most interesting academic partBut like Castaneda himself in the book or at least the person Castaneda wrote himself to be I too need my objectivity for that s the way I was taught to perceive the world as Don Juan would have said Therefore as the book became weirder and weirder and Castaneda strayed farther and farther away from what my dream reality even in my most successful endeavours in lucidity has looked like and started going into the dimension of inorganic beings alien energy scouts and the like I started losing my point of reference and ultimately my interest By the end of the book his narrative had become so convoluted that I couldn t figure out any part of what was happening perhaps an apt representation of Castaneda s own recollection of his strange experiencesWhat however made things interesting for me was this article I came across shortly before finishing the book which uncovers Castaneda as a complete fraud Apparently after the success of his first few books which it is implied were also figments of his imagination Castaneda became a sort of cult leader figure when he was exposed he disappeared from public view by secluding himself in a villa together with three of his female companion sorcerers The story is complicated in many levels I can only say that the narrative of his books and what happened in real life is difficult to tell apart In fact I m sure that even if Castaneda proved to be okay after all a possibility we still can t discount since from where I m standing the revelation of the hoax can be a hoax as much as the supposed hoax itself the automatic reaction from a scientific and rationalist status uo seeking to disprove just to confirm its dominance would have been no differentAt this point several possibilities and parallel narratives have arisen the story of the book itself the real events which inspired Castaneda if we are to accept that his books are only adaptations of what really transpired the reality of his life undescribed in the books what we would see in a Castaneda behind the scenes and the dirt that has come out that Castaneda was a complete hoax which is 100% in line with skeptic views All these interpretations exist simultaneously in a sort of entangled limbo any one of them could be true and the fact wouldn t negate the veracity of the other versions they could all be true simultaneously Additionally on a meta level each one of these stories has something different to tell about the human willingness to believe and the power of belief itself about the unfathomability of the universe about the dogmatism of contemporary intellect about how powerful your fictional story can be to be able to ultimately convince even yourself that it s the truth especially if millions of others already believe it to be soIn another interpretation you could see how these are all just different layers of meaning just like Don Juan described reality as an onion consisting of layers of universes The hoax coexists with the book s story and it s only a matter of intent a matter of the position of your assemblage point what it is that you ll end up keeping from the whole affairEven if Castaneda hallucinated everything he ever wrote about this book has made me think in ways I m sure were not intentional but have arisen anyway as part of the complexity of being a thinking but chiefly intuitive feeling person alive in 2014 If this book is a valuable collection of techniues that as far as I can tell really work and a story of them being put to use where does the fiction begin

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The Art of Dreaming review ✓ 0 review The Art of Dreaming Journey of the soul via the teachings of the great sorcerer Don Juan Like layers of an onion th. So deep Truly a work of art in terms of consciousness if not with his literal writing style which can be somewhat tiresome at times But it s true you ll never look at the world or dreaming the same again after reading this