Carlos Castaneda's death in 1998 ends a unique tradition of sorcery and leaves the mystery of don Juan, his shamanic master, unresolved
The way of the ShamanSecond Attention Walk for long stretches. Look at everything by slightly crossing the eyes, keep a peripheral view of everything. This will help hone the second attention.
Twilight Power Draw power from the twilight by jogging on the spot and raising your arms to the sky with the fingers stretched, and then clasp them forcefully when the arms are in mid point between the horizon and zenith.
Magical Breaths When stressed or fearful, push your diaphragm down while taking four sharp gasps of air, followed by four deep inhalations through the nose. Clasp your hands tightly, covering the navel.
Shaman's Rest For complete rest, lie down comfortably on your stomach with your face turned to the left and your feet over the edge of the bed. A soft pillow over the shoulders, away from the neck, also helps.
Gazing at Infinity Sit with your back propped against a wall. Relax. Gaze at a still body of water or distant mountains without focusing. Scan the object slowly. This helps in gathering the second attention.
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