A Separate Reality



A Man Of Knowledge Is Freehe Has No Honor, No Dignity, No Family, No Home, No Country, But Only Life To Be Lived Don JuanIn 1961 A Young Anthropologist Subjected Himself To An Extraordinary Apprenticeship To Bring Back A Fascinating Glimpse Of A Yaqui Indian S World Of Non Ordinary Reality And The Difficult And Dangerous Road A Man Must Travel To Become A Man Of Knowledge Yet On The Bring Of That World, Challenging To All That We Believe, He Drew Back Then In 1968, Carlos Castaneda Returned To Mexico, To Don Juan And His Hallucinogenic Drugs, And To A World Of Experience No Man From Our Western Civilization Had Ever Entered Before.A Separate Reality

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • A Separate Reality
  • Carlos Castaneda
  • 23 July 2019
  • 0671732498

10 thoughts on “A Separate Reality

  1. says:

    A Separate Reality Further Conversation with Don Juan The Teachings of Don Juan 2 , Carlos Castaneda 1986 1 The Teachings of Don Juan A Yaqui Way of Knowledge 1968 1365 2 A Separate Reality Further Conversation with Don Juan 1971 A Separate Reality Further Conversation with Don Juan The Teachings of Don Juan 2 , Carlos Castaneda 1986 1 The Teac...

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    Our lot as men is to learn and one goes to knowledge as one goes to war I have told you this countless times One goes to knowledge or to war with fear, with respect, aware that one is going to war, and with absolute confidence in oneself In order to become a man of knowledge one must be a warrior, not a whimpering child One must strive without giving up, without a complaint, without flinching, until one sees, only to realize then that nothing matters In this book, Castaneda returns to hisOur lot as men is to learn and one goes to knowledge as one goes to war I have told you this countless times One goes to knowledge or to war with fear, with respect, aware that one is going to war, and with absolute confidence in oneself In order to become a man of knowledge one must be a warrior, not a whimpering child One must strive without givi...

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    Castaneda books were very popular when I was an undergraduate, and when I first started teaching in the 1970s I remember reading all three and being amused and confused I suspect I was mostly interested in the author s descriptions of his experiences with peyote Years have passed, and I revisited A Separate Reality aft...

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    I recommend Carlos Castaneda s body of work, which had a great impact on my worldview A Separate Reality the second in the series describes his studies with Don Juan, the Yaqui shaman that he first wrote about in Teachings of Don Juan, a Yaqui Way of Knowledge Like Teachings, A Separate Reality explores the multiple realities that we experience in our lives, such as our dreams, which while we re dreaming are our true universe, and our waking reality, in which our dreams are just a fantasy A I recommend Carlos Castaneda s body of work, which had a great impact on my worldview A Separate Reality the second in the series describes his studies with Don Juan, the Yaqui shaman that he first wrote about in Teachings of Don Juan, a Yaqui Way of Knowledge Like Teachings, A Separate Reality explores...

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    Don Juan had once told me that a man of knowledge had predilections I asked him to explain his statement My predilection is to see, he said What do you mean by that I like to see he said, because only by seeing can a man of knowledge know What kind of things do you see Everything But I also see everything and I m not a man of knowledge No You don t see I think I do I tell you, you don t What makes you say that, don Juan You only look at the surface of things Do you mean Don Juan had once told me that a man of knowledge had predilections I asked him to explain his statement My predilection is to see, he said What do you mean by that I like to see he said, because only by seeing can a man of knowledge know What kind of things do you see Everything But I also see everything and I m not a man of knowledge No You don t see I think I do I tell you, you don t What makes you say that, don Juan You only look at the surface of things Do you mean that every man of knowledge actually sees through everything he looks at No That s not what I mean I said that a man of knowledge has his own predilections mine is just to see andto know others do other things What other things, for example Take Sacateca, he s a man of knowledge and his predilection is dancing So he dances and knows Is the predilection of a man of knowledge something he does in ...

  6. says:

    When I was an undergraduate in the mid 70 s, Castaneda s Don Juan trilogy with maybe a little Hermann Hesse thrown in was what one read to be considered deep and interesting Thirty years on, Hesse still holds up for the most part For Castaneda one can only ask What was I thinking But pre...

  7. says:

    There is another world just beyond our reach and we only need to seek it to find it.In the 1960s Carlos Castaneda made his way to Mexico to learnabout Yaqui Indians and to do a little soul searching What he found was a man named don Juan, a very powerful sorcerer and a force to be reckoned with Don Juan turns Castaneda s whole world upside down by teaching him the ways of a sorcerer and the results are some of the most beautiful and touching pieces of nonfiction.In A Separate Reality C There is another world just beyond our reach and we only need to seek it to find it.In the 1960s Carlos Castaneda made his way to Mexico to learnabout Yaqui Indians and to do a little soul searching What he found was a man named don Juan, a very powerful sorcerer and a force to be reckoned with Don Juan turns Castaneda s whole world upside down by teaching him the ways of a sorcerer and the results are some of the most beautiful and touching pieces of nonfiction.In A Separate Reality Castaneda attempts to explain don Juan s teachings about the art of seeing Through the use of a hallucinogenic substance of don Juan s own creation Castaneda experiences visi...

  8. says:

    You can either view Castaneda s work as extremely well written psychedelic fiction prose or you can view it as a collection of vital truths that will help you live a better life Either way you would be right in my opinion, and the fact that it is all most likely completely made up only makes the fiction that muchmagical to me, andtrue It was as if the point of departure had always been myself It was as if Don Juan had never really been there, and when I looked for him he became w You can either view Castaneda s wo...

  9. says:

    Second Don Juan book A little weaker than the first Plus, there are hints of Hindu and Buddhist philosophy re packaged as native American wisdom Old wine in new age skins But instead of reading these as the non fiction they are marketed as, I am reading them as fantasies That said, I love the new character Castaneda introduces here, don Genaro A true trickster, he makes me laugh But the wisdom revealed here is less interesting than the wisdom revealed in the first volume Instead Secon...

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