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Re: Megre & Kastaneda

Gepostet von: Intent <1@myrealbox.com>
Datum: 13 Februar 2004

Als Antwort zu: Re: Megre & Kastaneda (m)

I have read all the books of Castaneda and practice tensegrity. I also have read all the books of Megre.
It seems that there is much more knowledge that could/would be shared by Anastasia. Maybe the more we find out, the more parallels we can find between the two.
One of the main ideas in the teachings of the seers from Castaneda's lineage is attaining total freedom. There is similar line in the words of Anastasia with reference to infinity. The ideas from Anastasia target a lot more the social aspects of one's live (children, religions, history, society, etc). The path of the warrior/seer in the lineage of Castaneda stays away from any involvement with the social order (although there is reference in his books about the old seers, who were involved with the social order - being priests, healers, etc., an this lead them to becoming more self-important and obsessed).
Also one main difference is that path does excludes having children as it takes a lot of energy from the parents, while Anastasia talks about children in a different way. She tries to influence the whole world for the good, while the focus of the warrior/seer is primarily his own path.

There is a lot in these paths that needs to be understood in order to compare them (if it's possible at all).

For some one may appeal more than the other.

These are two paths and for some they might merge in one - like two rivers flowing together...

"For me there is only the travelling on paths that have heart, on any path that may have heart. There I travel, and the only worthwhile challenge is to traverse its full length.
And there I travel, looking, breathlessly."

--- DON JUAN

> > When I talk to someone about Anastasia and Megre they often
> remember
> Kastaneda and Don Chuan. What do you think of such parallels? I have
> never
> read Kastaneda, but is it really so sililar to Megre/Anastasia?
>

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