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Carlos Castaneda

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The trick is in what one emphasizes. We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves happy. The amount of work is the same.

— Carlos Castaneda

#either #emphasizes #happy #make #miserable

The basic difference between an ordinary man and a warrior is that a warrior takes everything as a challenge while an ordinary man takes everything as a blessing or a curse.

— Carlos Castaneda


In a world where death is the hunter, my friend, there is no time for regrets or doubts. There is only time for decisions.

— Carlos Castaneda


The average man is hooked to his fellow men, while the warrior is hooked only to infinity.

— Carlos Castaneda

#spiritual #men

Forget the self and you will fear nothing, in whatever level or awareness you find yourself to be.

— Carlos Castaneda

#fear #fearless #ego

For an instant I think I saw. I saw the loneliness of man as a gigantic wave which had been frozen in front of me, held back by the invisible wall of a metaphor.

— Carlos Castaneda


Life in itself is sufficient, self-explanatory and complete.

— Carlos Castaneda


Seek and see all the marvels around you. You will get tired of looking at yourself alone, and that fatigue will make you deaf and blind to everything else. - Don Juan

— Carlos Castaneda

#mindfulness #wisdom #inspirational

Man lives only to learn. And if he learns it is because it is the nature of his lot, for good or bad.

— Carlos Castaneda

#metaphysical #spiritual #nature

Leave Jesus on the cross. He's very happy there!

— Carlos Castaneda

#happy #jesus #leave #very

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In Carlos Castaneda e a Fenda entre os Mundos - Vislumbres da Filosofia Ānahuacah no Século XXI Brazilian writer Luis Carlos de Morais analyzes the work of Carlos Castaneda its cultural implications and its continuation in other authors. ISBN 0-06-019220-8. In his books Castañeda narrates in first person the events leading to and following after his meeting Matus a half-Yaqui "Man of Knowledge" in 1960.

Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan in 1968 Castaneda wrote a series of books that describe his alleged training in shamanism. The books narrated in the first person relate his supposed experiences under the tutelage of a Yaqui "Man of Knowledge" named Don Juan Matus.

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