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Books on the Toltec Path: Shelf 1 | 2

The Everything Toltec Wisdom Book  

The Everything Toltec Wisdom Book: A Complete Guide to the Ancient Wisdoms
by Allan Hardman

Hardman has taken a deep and difficult area of life-changing information and given it lightly and pointedly to the world in such a way that anyone can use it.  Whether you intend to go all the way to freedom, or just use the information to understand your life and the world better, this is the book for you.

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The Fifth Agreement: A Practical Guide to Self-Mastery (A Toltec Wisdom Book)
by don Miguel Ruiz and don Jose Ruiz

"The Fifth Agreement" asks us to be skeptical and use discernment when listening to others, and to understand that everyone has his or her own perspective and agenda reflected in their words. It is up to us to discern the truth behind the words, but always to be respectful of another's right to his or her views, even if we don't share them. Each of us is the artist of our own life, the director of our own play, and we can make it an adventure or a drama - heaven or hell, it's up to us.

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The Sorcerers' Crossing
by Taisha Abelar

An intriguing if incredible-sounding account of anthropologist Abelar's training by the same mysterious family of sorcerers that allegedly spawned Carlos Castaneda. This rigorous physical and mental training process was designed to enable her to breach the limits of ordinary perception. This book details that process and reveals the responsibilities and perils that face a woman sorcerer.

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Being-In-Dreaming/an Initiation into the Sorcerers' World
by Florinda Donner

This is a riveting autobiographical account of Florinda Donner's initiation into the world of "being-in-dreaming". Peopled by a circle of enigmatic sorcerers--including Carlos Caastaneda--and punctuated by intriguingly unsolved puzzles, this book takes readers to a surrealistic world of ancient Meso-American traditions, enchantment, and magic. At times spellbinding, mysterious, and humorous it is ultimately an unforgettable spiritual adventure.

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The Eagle's Quest:
A Physicist's Search for Truth in the Heart of the Shamanic World

by Fred Alan Wolf

The author shows how the concepts of the New Physics - the "observer effect," paralled universes, the uncertainty principle, and the "holographic universe" - can illuminate the mysteries of shamanism, and vice versa. A surprising exploration of the links between the natural and the supernatural.

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Medicine Woman
by Lynn V. Andrews

This is the autobiographical account of a woman's search for identity in a Native American culture... What begins as a search for a Native American marriage basket becomes Lynn Andrews' often terrifying journey into the wilderness of Manitoba, where inexplicable events and dangerous encounters serve as testing grounds for her spiritual journey.

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Medicine Dream: A Nagual Woman's Energetic Healing
by Merilyn Tunneshende, John Nelson (Editor)

In telling the story of her own healing through ancient energetic practices, Merilyn Tunneshende shows us how to see into the world of the nagual (shamanic healer) ... an absolutely gripping story ... an honest and timeless book.

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Queen of Dreams: The Story of a Yaqui Dreaming Woman
by Heather Valencia, Rolly Kent

Here is the fascinating true story of a woman's dramatic spiritual odyssey as the wife of a Yaqui Indian chief and sorcerer. Drawing readers into an intriguing world, Valencia describes her shamanistic experiences among the Native American people and their rich spiritual tradition. . .

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The Jaguar Prince
by Eugene E. Whitworth

Ancient secrets of the Mayans, spiritual mysteries, the blood fever of battle, and pulsating romance, run side by side in this fast paced novel. This book combines plot twists and thrilling suspense in a vivid portrayal of the last days of Mayan civilization. The artful blend of truth, based on Mayan legends, interwoven with starting metaphysical teachings, brings the culture of the Mayans to a whole new level of understanding.

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Popol Vuh: The Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life
by Dennis Tedlock (Translator)

There's something here for the serious student of Mesoamerican culture, the historian, and those who just like mythology. Rather than relying solely on academic translations, Tedlock has employed the services of native speakers of the Quiche Mayan language to give not only the words, but the "feel" of the stories. The first section is a synopsis of the people and events in the Popol Vuh itself from the time of the "creation," all the way to the coming of the Conquistadores, but rather than detracting from the story itself, it adds depth and understanding.

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