Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerers’ Crossing has ratings and 45 reviews. Juan said: After reading all of Carlos Castaneda’s work I found this bo. Taisha Abelar’s mesmerizing account of her apprenticeship with a female colleague “Donde cruzan los Brujos” es el nombre de la versión en español de “The. Taisha Abelar, born Maryann Simko, is an American writer and anthropologist who was an associate of Carlos Castaneda.
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Must rid self of all the encumbering energy men have left inside you. Refresh and try again. It gets suddenly more and more interesting towards the end and then abruptly everything stops. The biggest abelxr of the book is that it gives you a step by step technique for recapitulation.
The Sorcerer’s Crossing: A Woman’s Journey
Readers will find here some techniques they can use to expand–or, at least, tweak–their perception. I enjoyed Taisha’s writing style and her account of the journey into shamanism. I still refer to this book in times of need. What we call the voice of spirit is more of a feeling. Please try again later. It made me think.
That being said, the characters; Don Juan, Don Genaro, Vicente, Pablito, LaGorda, LaCatalina; they are so vastly dissimilar that they are either real people or the product of a wonderfully talented author; the former is my belief because as I stated: Jun 14, Deira rated it really liked it. It is interesting to ponder on how much was based on her anelar journey Lists with This Book.
One of her favorite devices is to overuse names, so each time the mentor is addressed her name is used too. This virtual sorcerers’ manual is a pioneering work of women’s spirituality. Sep 15, Laura rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
Silvina Giannotta rated it it was amazing Nov 16, Stephen Murrish rated it did not like it May 21, I would not recommend committing to lifelong celibacy for one example; the Castaneda group authors, including Taisha, were not being honest in the books about Like many of the New Age books on what is described as shamanism, this is not a book to be taken as literal truth.
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Though Taisha is part of the cohort of Carlos Castenada, her work stands on its own. I was hoping to get more out of this book spiritually. The book also cuts brhjos at a random juncture in her training – after certain discoveries, before the great leap – that made it somewhat unsatisfying.
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Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerer’s Crossing
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Jun 02, Aabelar rated it really liked it Shelves: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. It’s very interesting to see that the opinion of readers is so divided – some say it’s fiction and lots of nonsense, and the others believe the story and start practising themselves. I was once on a spirital journey myself, at a very young age of sixteen I was drawn to this book and immersed myself in its subtle teachings. After reading all of Carlos Castaneda’s work I found this book redundant.