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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Ravi Krishnamurthy is currently reading it Apr 30, It was loaded with instruction, which was beneficial. Maybe she really did, but the book itself feels fabricated; the story of a silly brujow trying to mimic the vast eternity that was Don Juan Matus.

I have successfully worked with several of the techniques hinted at here and further developed them ds to the benefit of myself and others. I celebrate the inclusion of women in the realm of magic, sorcery, and shamanism.

Feb 03, Sasa rated it really liked it. Sara Volkmar added it May 12, Je Orz rated it it was amazing Oct 19, But the message had a profound and lasting effect on my life.

A magical Realism autobiographical tale of the author’s training in rcuzan Toltec system under the tuition of ‘witches’. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Interesante desde el punto de vista del contenido de la narrativa, donde la trama gira en torno a la historia del encuentro de Taisha con Clara.


Donde Cruzan Los Brujos by Taisha Abelar

Andrea Pm rated it it was amazing May 22, Men leave energy lines inside the body of women. Far more insightful than the Celestine Prophecy or the Secret because its of one womans true experience to a magical path.

We are convinced that a dualism exists in us; the mind is the insubstantial part of ourselves and dojde body is the concrete part. Sometimes it can be like a longing to go somewhere vaguely familiar, or a longing to do something also vaguely familiar. Need to re-read it. Feb 24, Yuliya Zh rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aug 02, Heather rated it liked it Shelves: Lists with This Book.

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. Zebardast Zebardast rated it did not like it Apr 25, It tells the story of a young woman, who joins a group of sorcerers in Mexico and starts lengthy physical and mental training to prepare her to become a sorcerer.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Jul 12, Monika Gierszewska rated it it was amazing. It’s very interesting to see that the opinion of readers is so abela – some say it’s fiction and lots of nonsense, and the others believe the story and start practising themselves.

The Sorcerer’s Crossing: A Woman’s Journey by Taisha Abelar

Also I found impossible to believe that something on it was true. That was a decade ago.

Be the first to ask a question about Donde Cruzan Los Brujos. Ill Lily rated it did not like it Aug 01, I loved the book and will read many more like it. Also I found impossible to believe that something on it was true. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Has it’s own insight but is some what less dynamic than the writings of Casteneda.


Taisha Abelar

But I keep going back to the fact that the content of the book really is fascinating! But our division is not between the mind and body, but between the body, which houses the mind or the self, and the double, which is the receptacle of our basic energy. The only thing I didn’t like is the way it ends.

Helen rated it did not like it Oct 28, This book is for anyone searching for something different in their lives! Racconta dell’iniziazione alla stregoneria di una ragazza ventiduenne. Stephen Murrish rated it did not like it May 21, That being said, the characters; Don Juan, Don Genaro, Vicente, Pablito, LaGorda, LaCatalina; they are so vastly dissimilar that they are either real people or the product of a wonderfully talented author; the former is my belief because as I stated:

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