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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I learned one thing to apply to my spiritual development avoidance of excess in general. This book is for anyone searching for something different in their lives! See 1 question about The Sorcerer’s Crossing…. No trivia or quizzes yet. Feb 11, Ruby Hollyberry rated it it was amazing Shelves: The only thing I didn’t like is the way it brumos.
Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerers’ Crossing by Taisha Abelar (1 star ratings)
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Donde Cruzan Los Brujos
I love this book so much I have read it several times and given it away to several women. Liked this better bbrujos I recall liking most of Carlos Castaneda ‘s books.
Sep 01, Brian O added it. Feb 04, Terri Kempton rated it really liked it. It is one of those life-changing books if you are following a magickal path. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Donde cruzan los brujos / The Sorcerer’s Crossing
Intent is the power that upholds the universe. This virtual sorcerers’ manual is a pioneering work of women’s spirituality. It gets suddenly more and more interesting towards the end and then abruptly everything stops. Real Good, It’s nice to have another perspective on the Toltec idears. Oct 13, Taiisha Cesar Cesar rated it liked it.
Donde Cruzan Los Brujos by Taisha Abelar
Have read this loads of times over years. 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: Sex ensures a continual flow of energy from women to men.
Sometimes it can be like a longing to go somewhere vaguely familiar, or a longing to do something also vaguely familiar.
Jun 02, Henk rated it liked it Recommends it for: Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Alicia Amador added it Jul 15, An account of one of Carlos Casteneda’s apprentices. Liz is currently reading it May 07, I am not a fiction reader.
But I keep going back to the fact that the content of the book really is fascinating! Return to Book Page.