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The Sorcerer's Crossing: A Woman's Journey [Anglais] [Broché]

Carlos Castaneda , Taisha Abelar
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1 novembre 1993 Compass
Some twenty years ago, anthropologist Carlos Castaneda electrified millions of readers by describing his initiation--under the Yaqui Indian brujo Don Juan--into an alternate reality. Now Taisha Abelar, who was taught by the female members of Don Juan's group, recounts her own "crossing" in this arresting book.

While traveling in Mexico, Abelar became involved with a group of sorcerers and began a rigorous physical and mental training process designed to enable her to breach the limits of ordinary perception. The Sorcerers Crossing details that process, giving us a highly practical sense of the responsibilities and perils that face a woman sorcerer. Abelar's enthralling story is invaluable as a virtual "sorcerers manual", as anthropology, and as a provocative work of women's spirituality.


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  • Broché: 272 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin Books; Édition : Reprint (1 novembre 1993)
  • Collection : Compass
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0140193669
  • ISBN-13: 978-0140193664
  • Dimensions du produit: 19,7 x 13 x 1,8 cm
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 La famille magique 25 avril 2014
Par Alex
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Taisha Abelar est une sorcière du groupe Castaneda.

Son livre n'atteint pas tout à fait au niveau de perfection dans le fond comme dans la forme de ceux de Castaneda ou de Florinda mais reste un ouvrage magnifique et indispensable à lire pour comprendre l'univers des sorciers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 SURPRENANT RICHISSIME ET PLEIN DE REVES 1 octobre 2010
Par Rachel
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Très belle histoire, riche en détails, riche en rêve. On part avec Taisha jusqu'au bout de son aventure et on est tout étonné de se retrouver dans le monde "réel", dans notre canapé... L'écriture est agréable, les indices sur ce monde que touche Taisha sont très intéressants, et les exercices qu'elle décrit pour les avoir pratiqués nous permettent d'entrer encore plus loin dans son univers. J'ai cherché, en vain, la version française, puis je me suis rabattue sur la version anglaise. Merci Taisha Abelar pour ce témoignage.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Very practical perspective into the world of sorcery 15 février 2000
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This is maybe the most practical book written about nagualism, as first described by Carlos Castaneda. It took me a long time to read this book, not because it was slow or dense, but because there are so many descriptions of practical exercises (often reminiscent of certain aspects of Tensegrity, but not always), that it took me five times as long to practice the maneuvers than to actually do the reading.
That said, it is a very good book, even if you're not planning to recapitulate or anything like that. For people who haven't read any Castaneda, it will probably seem a little off-the-wall, especially given that Taisha Abelar doesn't really provide a wealth of explanations as to what she experienced -- only descriptions -- which is perhaps a sign of why Castaneda described her as such a stupendous stalker.
This book is a good entry point into sorcery, especially so for women who have had a hard time getting into Castaneda, because of his inherently male bias. This book also works really well in conjunction with "Being in Dreaming" by Florinda Donner -- together, the two books cover the companion disciplines of stalking and dreaming.
Finally, if you're serious about freeing up energy and breaking the barriers of perception, Taisha Abelar's book has the most detailed account of the recapitulation out of any of the related works. You'll learn a lot by listening to what she is told.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Made me think and opened up a new world 14 juillet 1998
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Once I started reading this book, I stayed up all night to finish it. It was like a mystery--and showed me such a difference slice of human experience that I had to find out how it ended. Taisha's book was more satisfying to me than Castaneda's works, althought it travels in the same world. Maybe it's just the way she writes, or the fact that it is a woman's perspective, but I was totally captivated by this story. It showed me a way of life unlike anything I had imagined possible. Each person must decide for themself if her story is true. For me, I believe it.
When I finished this book, I was left with several new ideas that didn't fit into my old way of thinking. Over the last year, I have been working them through, and have discovered the answers for myself. For a while, I wished that I could go to live with some scorcerers and have a similar growth experience. What I have accomplished is to find my own mystical path in the midst of everyday living, paying ! ! the rent, and keeping the fridge full. It's a solution that works for me. Taisha's book gave me a jump start into an area I didn't even know existed, and I'm grateful for that experience.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Taisha Abelar's book provides a woman's insight into sorcery 13 juillet 1998
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Taisha Abelar's book provides a woman insight into sorcery and this is important, because as wonderful and significant as Castaneda's books are, they are from a male perspective, and men think or order reality in a way that is fundamentally different from women. Women are synthesizers, men categorisers. Men are experts on gathering inventories and splitting hairs, women on making a coherent whole. Both are obviously useful and necessary ways of dealing with the cosmos, but Abelar's book shows for one thing how much more direct is women's dealings with life than men's. She does not have to engage in endless dialectics in order to reach the place where she can simply give herself permission to try. Her rationality was not as much of a bar to her in exploring these revolutionary concepts and her book is therefore direct and candid. Try it. If you like Castaneda, you'll find this one equally delightful and insightful and important.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Recovery never ends 25 février 2006
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I believe Taisha Abelar is a beautifully fragile being.

I believe that recovery never ends, but the emphasis upon those recoveries changes with experience and accumulation of power.

The primary objective of this book is to teach the warrior to bring emphasis upon the present moment that is escaping us, so that one may live in perpetual recapitulation, by first learning what Taisha Abelar has been taught by Juan Matus.

Then through this experience if one is triggered into an emotion or into a memory, within the living construct, whatever those emotions memories may be, the recapitulation that is taught in this book will bring a state of inevitability upon
those emotions or memories that captures our essential energy.

To be aware one must remember. To have wisdom one must let go of emphasis upon that awareness, through understanding. Emphasis becomes magical. Life is lived within the heart.

Then that emphasis will bring empathy to all those circumstances that one understands and through that empathy we step away by degrees and are not affected, yet what emanates from this unaffected standpoint is noticed, then a journey of power begins.

I believe this book helps the warrior become aware of the power of that moment that is continually escaping us. Gently watch that which has escaped. Don't be governed by that escape.

I believe that in the beginning it is best to focus upon recapitulation so that the warrior may become aware of the subtleties within imprinted awareness through that reviewal.

Then as wisdom increases one learns to gently wait for that memory to show itself at the most appropriate time,without being forced. Then it will be governed by something other than intellectual processes; it will be governed by the heart. So that observation without interference will be the governing force, that will inevitably bring the gentle hand or the eye of the spirit, that will view the living construct through the gaze of the warrior.

We must learn to view this phenomenon impersonally, as we are viewed before we commence our ultimate journey into the unknown.

This is a superb book for those who wish to recover that which has escaped the fundamental fabric of their being.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Leaves you wanting more... 18 avril 2002
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I have read all of Carlos Castaneda's, Florinda Donner-Grau's, and the only book by Taisha Abelar. This was the last book that I read. It was the best by far. Why didn't she write more?!? It not only gives you a different perspective on sorcery, but gives you concrete information on how to begin the sorcery path yourself. Of course this is pertaining to women. Men might find more help from Carlos's books. The best thing about this book was all the details of the recapitulation process. By the way, if you need details on where to do this yourself, refer to "The Teachings of Don Carlos" by Victor Sanchez. Please, take my recommendation on this book!
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