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Pages: 272

Language: English

Publisher: Aquarian Press; First UK Edition edition (11 Oct. 1993)

By: Carlos Castaneda(Author)

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Carlos Castaneda was one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the 20th century. In this stunning new jacket edition of his bestselling book, he takes the reader on an amazing journey of the soul via the teachings of the great sorcerer don Juan and reveals that there are worlds existing within our own that can be visited through dreams.

The Art of Dreaming is an extraordinary and exciting adventure of the psyche unlike any other, which takes the reader on an amazing journey of the soul via the teachings of the great sorcerer, don Juan.

Carlos Castaneda reveals that, like the layers of an onion, there are worlds existing within our own that can be visited through dreams.

Using powerful ancient techniques to alter his state of consciousness, Castaneda travels into new worlds and encounters remarkable but dangerous beings; he conjoins energy bodies with another dreamer in order to dream and explore together, and thus acquires new knowledge and understanding.

Castaneda’s compelling writing enables the reader to participate fully in his eye-opening and thrilling discoveries and explorations.


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Customer reviews:

  • By maria on 8 April 2017

    Very happy with the book

  • By Mrs. M. Lyons on 28 July 2012

    This book was one of 3 that my son asked for for his birthday - he was delighted with it. It is now a cherished addition to his collection of books.It arrived quickly, well packaged and in excellent condition. I am very happy to use this seller.Thanks

  • By Astrid Illner on 2 August 2017

    Castaneda was an anthropologist and his teachings on Don Juan and further works, as this book, are always good for ambiguity at least. I did not decide or better could decide, what to make fully out of those books, or what to think about, I really do not want to judge - I think it may be a question, what one wants or can believe, so the reaction to his books might be diverse. "For me there is only the traveling on the paths that have a heart, on any path that may have a heart." That is a beautiful sentence of him for sure.

  • By K on 31 May 2009

    Each of Castanedas' books are more awesome than the one proceeding. They are taking you on a journey. Each book takes you deeper into the whole essence of the magical/spiritual journey which Castenada was traveling, often going back over the same time period as covered in previous books but on a deeper level. like peeling away the layers of an onion. Castaneda is sometimes accused of having fabricated what he writes about, if this were true and he really was capable of making up such profound stories, containing such wisdom and spiritual awareness, then he would be of possibly greater genius than having experienced it, and his books equally worth reading. This book, for myself has been the best yet, but I thought that about all the others as I read them. (I recommend reading them all in the correct order to build up the full picture of what he's communicating). The Art of Dreaming, for the first time presents Castaneda as an awesome guy, experiencing things which even the great Don Yuan had not encountered. In the previous books he can come over as a bit stupid and slow to pick up on things, asking what seem dumb questions, although I think this may be his way of helping us to grasp the huge concepts he deals with. These books are too profound to really describe in a review, they have to be read. I would like to say everyone should read this and all of his books, but I believe there is a right time for everthing. Books don't come better than this. (in my opinion!)

  • By talyah grau on 23 August 2017

    What can be said about this marvellous book, other than read it and practice! One of my fav books ever

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