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The Teachings of Don Juan by Carlos Castaneda
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Sep 15, 07

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Recommended for: Pagans

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 rituals have always relied on the power of intent, and I have found no better education on how to focus your intent than in this series of books. Back then (1994) they were classifed as nonfiction. Lately, they say they are fiction. All I know is much of what is in these books works. And having been a Wiccan Faery Witch now for 13 years I know much of what is real to us is fiction to those not walking a magickal path. These are life-changing books you will never forget, and their teachings still influence my life today. Can't get any better than that!
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Libromaniac Uh, what?


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Daniel Buchanan Thanks to Libromaniac this review is already starting to resemble the text of Castenada. Explain it again, Laura, with a different phrasing on a different 'subject' and perhaps this will allow for more questions?


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