NAGUAL.yuku.com is a forum for Nagualists, those who are inspired by the works of Carlos Castaneda.
It is primarily focused on Nagualism, Toltec Sorcery, Inorganic Beings, Djinn, Lucid Dreaming and Shamanism.
This site can be an especially good reference for those who practice the techniques found in
Castaneda's book, The Art of Dreaming. --Xavier Xia
"The reason sorcerers have to take energy from the realm of inorganic beings is because there is no other viable energy for sorcerers." --Don Juan Matus
"The second attention is like an ocean, and the dreaming attention is like a river feeding into it. The second attention is the condition of being aware of total worlds, total like our world is total, while the dreaming attention is the condition of being aware of the items of our dreams." --Don Juan Matus
"The old sorcerers preferred the shifts of the assemblage point, so they were always on more or less known, predictable ground.
We prefer the movements of the assemblage point. The old sorcerers were after the human unknown. We are after the nonhuman unknown." -- Don Juan
"As long as a man feels that he is the most important thing in the world, he cannot really appreciate the world around him. He is like a horse with blinders; all he sees is himself, apart from everything else." --Don Juan Matus
"Once the energy body is within a certain range, which varies for each of us individually, anyone, through discipline, can forge
it into the exact replica of their physical body; that is to say, a three-dimensional, solid being. Hence the sorcerers' idea of the other or the double.
By the same token, through the same processes of discipline, anyone can forge their three-dimensional, solid physical body to be a perfect replica of their
energy body; that is to say, an ethereal change of energy invisible to the human eye, as all energy is." --Don Juan Matus
"Both trees and inorganic beings last longer than we do. They are made to stay put. They are immobile, yet they make everything
move around them. Inorganic beings are stationary like trees. What one sees in dreaming as bright or dark sticks are their projections. What one hears as the
voice of the dreaming emissary is equally their projection. And so are their scouts. Trees also have projections like that. Their projections are, however,
even less friendly to us than those of the inorganic beings. Dreamers never seek them, unless they are in a state of profound amenity with trees, which is a very difficult state to attain." --Don Juan Matus
"Carlos Castaneda (December 25, 1925 - April 27, 1998) was a Peruvian-born American author. Starting with The Teachings of Don Juan
in 1968, Castaneda wrote a series of books that describe his purported training in traditional Mesoamerican shamanism. His 12 books have sold more than 8
million copies in 17 languages." --Wikipedia
"Impeccability begins with a single act that has to be
deliberate, precise and sustained. If that act is repeated long
enough, one acquires a sense of unbending intent which can be
applied to anything else. If that is accomplished the road is
clear. One thing will lead to another until the warrior realizes
his full potential." --Don Juan Matus
"Warrior-travelers don't leave any debts unpaid. It is time that you square certain indebtedness you have incurred in the course of your life. Not that you will ever pay in full, mind you, but you must make a gesture. You must make a token payment in order to atone, in order to appease infinity." --Don Juan Matus
NAGUAL FORUM je za Nagualiste, inspirirane djelima Carlosa Castanede.
Forum je usmjeren na Nagualizam, Vračanje, Anorganska Bića, Jinn, Lucidno Sanjanje i Šamanizam.
Ova stranica može biti jako dobra referenca za one koje prakticiraju tehnike iz Castanedine knjige "Umijeće Sanjanja"
NAGUAL Forum skierowane jest do Nagualistów, zainspirowanych dziełami Carlosa Castanedy. Skoncentrowane jest głównie na Nagualizmie, Ezoteryce, Istotach nieorganicznych, istotach niefizycznych, Świadomym Śnieniu oraz Szamanizmie.
Strona ta może być bardzo pomocna dla tych którzy praktykują techniki jakie można znaleźć w książce "Sztuka Śnienia" Castanedy.