Carlos Castaneda's death in 1998 ends a unique tradition of sorcery and leaves the mystery of don Juan, his shamanic master, unresolved
The Don Juan LexiconAlly: A force sorcerers control by enticement. They have a direct link with hallucinogens.
Art of dreaming: To hold the dream images with attention. Similar to lucid dreaming, the most important part of this exercise is to find and look at your hands in a dream.
Gait of power: Running in darkness without tripping or hurting yourself. To let your instincts guide you.
Seeing: Looking beyond the tonal and perceiving the nagual (tonal: logic, order; nagual: impulse, unmanifest).
Recapitulation: Reliving past incidents so that they lose their force. Stalking: To change personalities so that the limited perception of the self is broken. Second attention: The first attention is the tonal, or the everyday world. It is only when a person shifts to the second attention that he perceives the nagual.
Warrior: A person who is impeccable in his actions and considers himself already dead, thus surpassing the fear of death. Sorcerers are also warriors.
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