Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerers’ Crossing has ratings and 45 reviews. Juan said: After reading all of Carlos Castaneda’s work I found this bo. Taisha Abelar’s mesmerizing account of her apprenticeship with a female colleague “Donde cruzan los Brujos” es el nombre de la versión en español de “The. Taisha Abelar, born Maryann Simko, is an American writer and anthropologist who was an associate of Carlos Castaneda.
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The obtuse immaturity of Taisha throughout the majority of the book was annoying me enough to realize that I probably share similar traits that I need to work on as diligently as she. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. One can argue if Carlos’ books are fiction or non-fiction.
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Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerer’s Crossing
But what got me was that it seemed vaguely real. Six years after writing this book, and some days after CC dies, it is reported that she and Florinda Donner among others disappear.
Return to Book Page. May 09, Charmin rated it really liked it Shelves: Trivia About The Sorcerer’s Cr Germoc rated it abelarr not like it Aug 19, Carlos Castaneda Foreword by.
It made me think. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ravi Krishnamurthy is currently reading it Apr 30, This division keeps our energy in a state of chaotic separation and prevents it from coalescing. Yet it holds meaning and useful inspiration for magickal and shamanic practitioners.
I haven’t revisited it lately, but the style seemed a little bit smarter than some Castaneda books. It doesn’t add anything to the saga, it’s a lower quality copy of Carlos’ writtings.
This virtual sorcerers’ manual is a pioneering work of women’s spirituality. That was a decade ago. I read Carlos Castenada, which was phenomenal, but very much an old boy’s club. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Maybe she really did, but the book itself feels fabricated; the story of a silly girl trying to mimic the vast eternity that was Don Juan Bruios. It reveals several profound esoteric keys to women’s mysteries.
Taisha Abelar’s mesmerizing account of her apprenticeship with a female colleague of don Juaa training which used mental and physical exercisesrather than psychoactive plants.
Donde Cruzan Los Brujos by Taisha Abelar
I read this book cruxan it came out years ago, and I still remember it vividly. I enjoyed Taisha’s writing style and her account of the journey into shamanism. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Avelar Volkmar added it May 12, Maybe she really did, but the book itself feels fabricated; the story of a silly girl trying to mimic the vast eternity that was Don Juan Matus. They portray a hard life of beautiful philosophy, true or not.
Though Taisha is part of the cohort of Carlos Castenada, her work stands on its own. No trivia or quizzes yet.