The Art of Dreaming

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Harper Collins, May 19, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 272 pages
Bestselling author Carlos Castaneda introduces readers to the worlds that exist within their dreams.
 

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Though I have loved all Castaneda’s books so far, I have a predilection for this one. This is because I have a particular interest in dreaming, and “dreaming” (the kind of dreaming Don Juan teaches ... Read full review

THE ART OF DREAMING

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The eighth—and one hopes the last—book about Castaneda's apprenticeship with the Yaqui Indian sorcerer Don Juan Matus. By now, Castaneda's bestselling engine is running on empty, at least to judge ... Read full review

Contents

An Introduction
1
The First Gate of Dreaming
20
The Second Gate of Dreaming
35
The Fixation of the Assemblage Point
57
The World of Inorganic Beings
82
The Shadows World 206
106
The Blue Scout 228
128
The Third Gate of Dreaming 242
142
The New Area of Exploration 266
166
Stalking the Stalkers
183
The Tenant 299
199
The Woman in the Church
220
Flying on the Wings of Intent 242
260
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About the author (1994)

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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