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HASH(0x903fc570) étoiles sur 5 Separate Reality - Altered States 23 août 1998
Par - Publié sur
Format: Broché
For many of us looking for answers that doctrined religions cannot quite give us, Victor Sanchez has exposed a world where faith meets reality. Through his own research and paticipation, Sanchez experiences a spiritual domain that continues to exist admist the colonization and materialism now precedent around the world. Not restricted to boundaries of religion, Sanchez takes the reader through first hand understanding of what is possible when your allow and train your mind to believe in "separate realities." In a Carlos Casteneda like approach, Sanchez writes of his experiences with a group of Native Americans in rural Mexico, who have sustained their belief system and way of life before and after Spanish colonzation. Sanchez spent 15 years with these people and is sharing the world that these people "see." Those who have been exposed to Castaneda's work would find equal enjoyment with this book and have another supporting perspective of human capabilities with spirit and energy. Sanchez provides an answer to what is real to our eyes, may be only what we've been told and trained them to see. How easy is it to believe something you can't see, and if you do, should it be excused as hallucination or paganism. To the growing number of people not completely happy with formal religion, here is a glimsp of ancient wisdom that offers a possibility of human existence on a separate reality, one that is real.
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HASH(0x8fb92fd8) étoiles sur 5 A powerful tale of a magical journey 9 octobre 2004
Par G. Wilson - Publié sur
Format: Broché
If you are new to the writings of Victor Sanchez, then this is an ideal place to start.

Although the second book by Victor, following on from The Teachings of Don Carlos, it gives background and spirit to where Victor experienced and learned what he teaches, and therefore this provides an ideal starting place where you can get a sense of the mood and ethos behind the techniques and tools of the first book.

While the largest portion of the book is Victor's personal story of journeying to Humun' Kulluaby and the ascent of and ritual on La' Unarre, there are many insights and a couple of related conversations and stories regarding various things including the views of the Wirrarika on missionaries who have tried to "convert" and "save" them, through to some views "anti-anthropology" and explanations of what indigenous cultures, such as the Wirrarika, actually believe regarding multiple Gods and the Great Spirit.

The comments Victor makes about Western culture "putting ourselves at the center of everything" and viewing the "worship of nature" as primitive are I feel important concepts to reflect on (for those of us with a Western heritage) as it is indeed arrogance of this kind which I believe is a limiting factor for us in our own personal evolution.

A fragment of a conversation between Victor and a Wirrarika marakame relating a conversation he had with a pastor who insisted that the tales of Christ and the bible 'made sense' compared with the very organic beliefs of the Indians, to me sums up their wisdom. "But nobody tells me about Tatei Urianaka (the Earth), I see her every day! And every day I receive her fruits, corn, water, and beans. I can touch, walk, and live on her! And Tau (the Sun). Daily I receive his heat and his nierika (light, knowledge, vision, teaching). I don't have to do anything but look up and there he is." This, to me, is the beauty of a system which embraces the natural world (rather than 'separating' it). Learning is direct and experiential, through observation and interaction.

Overall this is a powerful and moving tale of a magical journey. Reading of Victor Sanchez's experiences provides inspiration for anyone who truly wants to discover and follow their own magical path.
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HASH(0x8f4b7228) étoiles sur 5 The book is excellent!! 17 décembre 2014
Par M.Z.T. - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The book is excellent!!! Well written and accurate BUT without trying to offend the author Victor Sanchez, it bothers me very much his “the Spirit” expression. The article “the” makes “Spirit” a noun; like the tree, the house, the weather. Spirit is not a thing; Spirit is a BEING, a Verb, the Energy, the Action!!! So to me, Mr. Sanchez, in the next edition of his book, should just write “Spirit” and not “the Spirit.” Thank you Mr. Sanchez for this book.
HASH(0x8f4d41a4) étoiles sur 5 A REALITY THAT SEEMS HIDDEN 28 mars 2015
Par Bird Eye - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Victor obviously keep close to his root. His accounts in this book is well articulated. Many readers may not know the import of this book yet but as the Culture called Science unveils more of the reality that we experience daily, they will find themselves scrambling to reread the book again. And again. Readers will then realize that given our mindset in today's world, reality is indeed stranger but a whole lot simpler than fiction.
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HASH(0x8f3494d4) étoiles sur 5 better stories on the shaman experiences 11 juin 2013
Par Rebecamyth - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Victor Sanchez is very knowledgeable about his experiences and interpretations of the type of esoteric practices he has taken part in. But he loses some credibility with his repeated blaming of the 'white man's system of control' and you get the feeling that if you are white and want to approach this knowledge, you are already half sunk because of your race. He comes across with a chip on his shoulder on behalf of the persecuted tribes and cultures. The anger is understandable, but where is the healing if there is this constant blame and anger coming up through your work that is all about connecting with spirit and healing our fractured selves?
Saying that, I have no doubt that for centuries, the persistent and nearly catastrophic persecution of indigenous cultures and peoples by the established church in the name of civilizing them has resulted in almost total suppression of ancient knowledge that is our birthright as a people living on this planet. We have lost that which is most precious - our own true selves and our relationship to the living planet that keeps us and our greater relationship to the whole of existence.. Let's please don't forget that even whites have suffered under the established control seized by churches along with governments.
Also don't forget that before the church took over, that shamanism was practiced throughout Europe until it was made illegal and inaccessible to most people through threat of death. The Inquisition was just one nasty part of the whole centuries long effort to wipe out competing ancient knowledge that would keep the power over their own lives in the hands of the people instead of handing the reigns to a governing entity of a religion and/or a royal hierarchy. It is still practiced in more remote regions such as the Soyots of Tuva in Siberia, and the Sami or "Lapp" people of northern Scandinavia.
If you want a more expansive and inclusive read for Shamanism and practicing it, I suggest Michael Harner's Cave and Cosmos.
Having said that, this is an exciting experience in learning about these particular Indians that Mr. Sanchez studied and lived with and most especially his own experiences, and will only enrich your life in reading it.
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