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By Carlos Castaneda

Thousands of readers world wide have precious the visionary brilliance of Carlos Castaneda, who first discover the realm of the Yaqui Indian sorcerer within the Teachings of don Juan. Now, eventually, don Juan returns in The strength of Silence—wise, infuriating, able or operating miracles and taking part in sensible jokes, yet continually looking the knowledge of the warrior.

The strength of Silence is Castaneda's so much unbelievable booklet thus far -- an excellent flash of data that illuminates the a long way reaches of the human brain. via don Juan's enchanting tales, the genuine which means of sorcery and magic is ultimately published. Honed within the desolate tract of Sonora, the visions of don Juan provide us the very important secrets and techniques of trust and self-realization which are transcendental and legitimate for us all. it really is Castaneda's precise genius to teach us that every one knowledge, energy, and tool lie inside ourselves -- unleashed with very good power and innovative strength within the teachings of don Juan -- and within the writings of his well-known scholar, Carlos Castaneda

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