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Bestselling author Carlos Castaneda introduces readers to the worlds that exist within their dreams.

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Carlos Castaneda was the author of the bestselling books, including the acknowledged classic The Teaching of Don Juan and most recently The Art of Dreaming and Magical Passes. He departed on his definitive journey in 1998.

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72 internautes sur 77 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
This goes beyond the normal lucid dream! 26 novembre 2001
Par Pat Reed - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I usually do not review the books I purchase - but seeing that none of the reviews, in my opinion, give this book enough credit, I will express why I believe this book is of extreme importance - especially to those whom intend to become conscious of the subconscious.
Now, as suspected, there are a lot of rumors concerning the 'authenticity' of Castaneda's experiences with a Yaqui Shaman named Don Juan and the teachings he revealed. I however, believe them all to be non-relevant in this particular instance. The fact is, Castaneda has torn a gapping hole in many peoples way of perceiving what they �think� to be reality. And because of this, many of the critics and �egos� choose to turn their heads and deny any possibility that all we perceive is a just a very convincing hallucination.
�The Art of Dreaming� gives the reader a first hand account of what a �person� is capable of, that is, if his/her intention is strong enough to overcome the illusion of space, time, and self, and in so doing experience that which underlies and goes beyond our normal illusionary existence without trying to give it an objective meaning.
That said; I would like to justify why I believe (the majority of) this book is �authentic,� and not just a good writers imagination and I would also like to remind everyone that they travel to the fourth dimension every night when sleep paralysis sets in and there energy bodies float out into his/her own small corner of the astral realm which we refer to as dreaming.
Anyone with any occult knowledge will automatically realize the significance of the wisdom enumerated in this book. The organic beings are called larvae that only bother those which cannot control there own emotions and desires. The energy body is the astral body or linga sharira. The assemblage point is a great insight into the subtle assimilation of our conscious perceptions. Astral projection is discussed. But towards the end I do believe Castaneda puts more imagination than fact, thus the four stars and not five, but again whose to say what fact is or isn�t? Nonetheless it makes an interesting reading.
When I first read it I did not realize the importance of the material, but after progressing in my practice by utilizing the much needed info in the below books, I realized Castenada gives the reader valuable tips for advancing beyond the normal lucid dream, tips that the dream yoga�s are very allusive in explaining.
And it is for this reason that I highly recommend anyone SERIOUS about becoming conscious of the subconscious to give this book a thorough study � but anyone just beginning to have lucid dreams I would recommend you research and read the following titles beforehand, which are also available on this web-site:
****** �The Tibetan Yogas of Dream and Sleep�
****** �Tsongkhapa�s Six Yogas of Naropa�
****** �Natural Liberation, Padmasambhava�s Teachings��
****** �Initiation into Hermetics�
Oh, one more thing � the �third and forth gate� is the secret of the homunculus.
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Rethink your nightly slumber 19 juin 2003
Par J. Eure - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
By the age of 70, the average person will have spent 6 years dreaming. And the scientific community still really has no idea why. I completed my thesis on the function of REM sleep, so I have read a lot on the subject, from J. Allan Hobson to Edgar Cayce to Freud and Jung. This book is thoughtful and very entertaining. Regardless of whether Don Juan's teachings are true or not, it made me very desperately want to experience lucid dreaming. The ideas presented are captivating and make you think. Plus, it's trippy!
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Read with an open mind 4 mai 2000
Par Elizabeth Green - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Whether you enjoy this book or not, very much depends on your beliefs & disposition. If you hold the belief that everything is energy, that beings exist in other realms & through dreaming practices you may be able to access those realms, then read this book. If you are a rationalist, leave well alone.
This book does not have any hidden messages about the meaning of life to convey & is not meant to be a brilliant work of fiction. As the title very clearly states, it is the art of dreaming & the dreaming practices it details are possible.
However, like any piece of writing on experience that cannot be rationally explained, it may be hard for readers without any 'out of this world' or 'out of body' experience to believe its contents. Read it with an open mind.
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Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
For anyone who has experienced what it is like to dream lucidly, this book is invaluable. I think the problem with this book is that the only way you can truly appreciate just how important this book is, is if you are a lucid dreamer. My advice is as follows, if you are interested in dreaming lucidly but have no experience, read the book but suspend judgement. Just hold on to it until you begin to have the actual experience and then re-read the book. In the meantime, I would suggest some of the more basic texts like those written by Robert Monroe (Journeys Out of the Body, Far Journeys, Ultimate Journey) or Esmeralda Arana (The Path). It is important to understand that the practice of lucid dreaming is what gives Warriors their extraordinary perceptual abilities. This is the key feature of the Warrior's Way that results in the development of abilities such as clairvoyance. While it is certainly not the only way to tap into our "magic" it is nevertheless a very powerful tool.
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Hmmmm..... 30 septembre 2003
Par kaioatey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Castaneda is always a valuable read. The man has, single-handedly, introduced more fundamental concepts into the contemporary mainstream of shamanic studies than anyone else I know. Assemblage point, luminous fibers, medicine plants, spiritual warrior, dreaming, stalking are now commonly accepted terms and, dare i say it, practices?! At the same time, the man himself -dead and alive - has eluded attempts at categorization; he is not as prissy as Eliade, simplifier and popularizer like Harner, neither does he seem to be in for the money, like perhaps the majority of book-writing modern would-be "shamans" and "sorcerers". Methinks this very fact should make one curious and interested.
The Art of Dreaming does not disappoint in this regard. It seems to be quite consistent with C's previous work and IMO C is quite effective in depicting the complexity of the worlds that may be accessed during one's dreams. For ordinary humans like you and me this work reads like fiction, because in order to access even the most rudimentary of these worlds, one would (according to Castaneda) need "energy" acquired through time-consuming and effort-full practices. We don't have this kind of energy. Yet myself, at the very least, have a deep respect and admiration for this wily old man who gave us so much food for thought. He seems to care for one thing above all others - freedom. AOD is about using one's dreams to become a freer person. That means living one's life with dignity and gusto and AOD certainly is something worth reading at the side of a pool on a sunny Sunday afternoon.
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