10 thoughts on “The Teachings of Don Juan

  1. Miguel Mayher Miguel Mayher says:

    You may find this book has a lot of chaff on how they prepare peyote and other drugs, mundane descriptions in diary yet when you less expect it, they hit you with a boulder of wisdom that le


  2. Rich Flammer Rich Flammer says:

    I found this book in my friend s house in Spring Lake, New Jersey about 20 years ago Flipped through it, started reading, and couldn t put it down Since then I ve read all of Carlos Casteneda s books,


  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    The Teachings of Don Juan The Teachings of Don Juan 1 , Carlos Castaneda 1986 1365 The Teachings of Don Juan The Teachings of Don Juan 1 , Carlos Castaneda 1986 136512 1 The Teachings of Don Juan A Yaqui Way of


  4. Laura Laura says:

    I am going to give the same review to all the Carlos Castaneda books I read in that series, simply because they are all outstanding I was lucky to come across Castaneda very early on my magickal path My spells and ritual


  5. Sh3lly ☽ escaping in books is my reality ☽ Sh3lly ☽ escaping in books is my reality ☽ says:

    Amazing Essential reading for any deep thinker and open minded person who has experienced non ordinary realities This book spoke to my soul I have had out of body experiences and know firsthand that our physical reality is not the


  6. Hyun-mi Hyun-mi says:

    The Best Advice that anyone has ever given me is all in this book This book is my spiritual guidance A warrior acknowledges his pain but he doesn t indulge in it The mood of the warrior who enters into the unknown is not one of sadness on t


  7. Adam Adam says:

    A young anthropologist goes into the desert, meets an old shaman and does a bunch of peyote, DMT salvia, and shrooms This book is his account from one trip to another with bits of hippy wisdom thrown in, like the oft quoted ask yourself if this path


  8. kaelan kaelan says:

    Back in the 70 s, Carlos Castaneda a young anthropologist from the University of California was the shit amongst hippies, new agers and wanna be cool academics desperate to shed their stuffy tweed Now Not so much For many readers, Castaneda s death knell sound


  9. g g says:

    The discussions on whether this book is fiction or non fiction are rather futile, and prevent the reader from engaging with itclosely I think a smarter move would be to suspend judgment on the matter, and look into what one can learn from this account The Teachings of D


  10. Ninja Ninja says:

    This obscure writer has a huge cult following who believe that Castaneda s semi fictious stories about Don Juan and the indigenous peoples of Mexico hold the keys to power and enlightenment Ninja is a skeptic She doesn t believe in any of that rot but they are best books being pe


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