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Novel version. Four university professors invite a Brujo from the Sonora desert to explain shamanism. He guides them into an alive, creative world which turns out to be both seductive and dangerous. They try to return to their safe, familiar world but it's too late. When they invite the Brujo to return, he uses guided fantasies to begin their adventure into the nature of r ...more
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Published September 11th 2010
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Jill
Four professors are challenged to think outside of the education box they have grown to love.
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Author Ernest Kinnie demonstrates how denying that something exists gives credibility and power to the something being denied resulting in a catch 22 of what came first, the chicken-or-the- egg argument. The four intellectual professors are supposed to put reasoning aside and allow their minds to explore possibilities outside of their usual five senses and scientific history. The author does clearly
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Krystal
Ernest Kinnie once again challenges the reader’s imagination and boundaries. The bruja, invited by the four university professors to explain shamanism, whisks them to an imaginative, innovative world where the professors discover they don’t know how to leave. The bruja dares the professors to discover their true identities through this world, in a sense, he also challenges the reader. The reader will enjoy getting to know each character as individuals, he/she will enjoy following their developme ...more
Elizabeth
Thought provoking as a novel and makes a great play. Professors get together for bi-weekly meetings and one week they bring in Brujo where they expect to break down his thinking but instead find themselves becoming more and more enlighted. Not a bad way to spend a day in the sun.
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Apr 25, 2011 Ernest Kinnie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Ernest Kinnie
Apr 25, 2011 Ernest Kinnie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Ernest Kinnie
Apr 25, 2011 Ernest Kinnie rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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The goal of my writings is to expand what you can feel, what you can think, and what you can become. They range from self-help psychology books to the wild adventures of a young girl, Alice, who can dance with time, space and the Shadow World. A warning. Not intended for the easily offended. Adult language is used when appropriate to the narrative, such as in ALICE, and techniques for enhancing se ...more
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